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02 January 2012 @ 03:36 pm
Yuletide Reveal!  
Slightly late to this but my Christmas break has been filled with lots of fun things and also, inevitably, being ill. So this is the first chance I've had.

First of all, my gift was the most marvellous piece by the dear toft_froggy, Five Times Peter Guillam Didn't Have A Drink With Ricki Tarr (and One Time He Did) - Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011), Peter Guillam/Ricki Tarr (R)

This is a lovely shaded piece, with lots of hints to other things under the surface, just as any Tinker, Tailor fic should be, and I've read it lots and I love it to bits - so do go read it too.

My own offerings were these:

Title: Great Marlborough Street
Fandom: Hanover Street
Pairing: David Halloran/Paul Sellinger (preslash)
Rating: G
Word Count: 2,744
Notes: Written for Peet4paint. I watched the movie and then wrote the fic as it was clear from her letter that this was the fandom she really wanted something written in :)
Summary: Halloran looked up, and wouldn't you know it, he was standing on the corner of Hanover Street. What was it about this place that his feet just unknowingly took him here?

Great Marlborough Street

Title: Love in a Cold Climate
Fandom: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011)
Pairing: Peter Guillam/Richard, Ricki Tarr/Irina, George Smiley/Ann Smiley, Bill Haydon/Jim Prideaux
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1,571
Notes: Written for Bogged. My only pinch hit this year, because my writing brain has been a little overloaded from other things. But I am glad I got one pinch hit in, at least, so I can feel I did my best!
Summary: People love and are loved in so many different ways. In the hotbed that is the Cold War, these are just some of them.

Love in a Cold Climate
 
 
 
prochytesprochytes on January 4th, 2012 10:21 pm (UTC)
Just read the Ricki Tarr piece. It was very good.
Valderys: Eamesvalderys on January 6th, 2012 11:09 am (UTC)
Isn't it? I do love toft_froggy's fic - she's on my flist because we have RL friends in common, but have never met each other at all! Maybe some day.
Gummo Bergman's "Silent Strawberries": Brooker - THIS IS NEWSmarginaliana on January 5th, 2012 02:23 am (UTC)
Er, hello, just dropping a note to say I have friended you, since we travel in the same circles and you seem really cool.
Valderys: David and Charlievalderys on January 6th, 2012 11:10 am (UTC)
That's all good! *waves* I warn you though I'm not a prolific poster, although it does mean I won't clutter up your flist :)