seimaisin: (patrick's new look)
Title: faster than a heartbeat
Pairing(s): Pete/Patrick, various background/past pairings
Word Count: 21,446 words
Rating: NC-17
Summary: Clandestine Station is the end of nowhere - a mining station located on a remote ice planet, far away from any other populated system, with no breathable oxygen and very little contact with the rest of the galaxy. In short, it's Patrick's worst nightmare ... and he's just been assigned to work there.

When he arrives, however, he finds the station populated by a surprisingly cheerful bunch of people, all of whom welcome him with open arms. Patrick fits in better than he ever expected, thanks in large part to Pete, Clandestine's de facto manager. Patrick just might have a raging crush on his new boss, not that he intends to tell him about it.

Eventually, though, Patrick gets exactly what he wanted: a transfer to a far more civilized planet. Only ... he's not entirely sure he wants it any more. When a disastrous storm strikes Clandestine, Patrick is forced to confront his deepest fears and decide once and for all - does he want to go home, or is he already there?


Notes: Many thanks to both [livejournal.com profile] ignipes and [livejournal.com profile] prettykitty_aya, who read an early draft when I was tearing my hair out and gave me enough encouragement to get on with the damned thing already. And as always, all the love in the world goes to [livejournal.com profile] tuesdaysgone, who read and cheered me on at various stages, fixed my grammar and spelling at the end, and is generally awesome in every way. :) Title is stolen from The Alternate Routes' "Carry Me Home."


Part One
Part Two
Part Three


Bonus Tracks/Enhanced Content

Fanart:
Artwork by [livejournal.com profile] xlindziex

Fanmix:
Any Kind of Destination by [livejournal.com profile] queen_of_goat
seimaisin: (patrick's new look)
Master Post

My (fantastic!) fanmix is from [livejournal.com profile] queen_of_goat.

cover, download link, track listing, and a bit of commentary )
seimaisin: (mikeyway's hotness cannot be contained)
Title: lost in the falling dark
Authors: [livejournal.com profile] seimaisin and [livejournal.com profile] tuesdaysgone
Fandom: My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy
Pairing: Pete/Mikey, Pete/Patrick, Pete/Patrick/Mikey, Frank/Gerard
Word Count: ~27,000
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: depictions of mental illness, for those triggered by such.
Summary:

Patrick never believed in werewolves - until Pete transformed into one before his eyes. On Warped, he learns that the Way brothers are werewolves too, and Patrick's world is officially really damned strange. Patrick thought he'd figured out how to deal with his tangled feelings for Pete - by ignoring them. It seems like the best way to deal with his jealousy of Pete and Mikey, too. But Mikey seems to have other ideas.

Pete seems like the answer to Mikey's growing misery. Newly-sober Gerard is still learning how to control his wolf self without self-medicating, and he's been dancing around his relationship with Frank for far too long, in Mikey's opinion. But watching Pete and Patrick do the same dance just reminds Mikey of how lonely he feels, especially since he's feeling an instinctive need to be part of what Pete and Patrick share.


Notes: Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] ohnoscarlett for the beta, and to [livejournal.com profile] iamsupernova for the awesome art! Warning for occasional abuse of canon timelines. Title and cut-tag are from Black Lab's "Sun and Moon."

Art Post by [livejournal.com profile] iamsupernova

Part One
Part Two
Part Three

read all in one post on Dreamwidth
seimaisin: (mikeyway's hotness cannot be contained)
lost in the falling dark
(Pete/Mikey, Pete/Patrick, Pete/Patrick/Mikey, Frank/Gerard)

See master post for headers/warnings/etc.

I set myself on fire against the falling night )
seimaisin: (jon and spencer love their car)
For I Was An Earthly Knight

Band(s): Panic at the Disco, with appearances from The Academy Is… and Pete Wentz
Pairing(s): gen, with Jon/Spencer undertones
Word Count: 21,485
Rating/: PG-13
Author Notes: Half of the credit for the plot of this story belongs to [livejournal.com profile] rue_quercus, who brainstormed with me on the long drive to fangirl shenanigans in Chicago last October. She deserves more thanks than will ever be possible to give, not only for that, but for listening to me obsess about writing it over the last few months, and reading it over to assure me it made sense after I'd lost all perspective. More thanks go to [livejournal.com profile] ignipes for being an awesome beta, and to [livejournal.com profile] dragonsinger for being the best cheerleader in the entire world!
Summary: Once upon a time, Jon Walker's great-grandmother told him tales of faerie lords and human knights. He never thought they'd be this relevant to his adult life.

Bonus Tracks/Enhanced Content

Fanart:
wind and fire, earth and sea by [livejournal.com profile] brandixcyanide

Fanmix:
Hard To Pin Down by [livejournal.com profile] druidspell

once upon a time... )
seimaisin: (jon and spencer love their car)
I was absolutely blessed to have two awesome people - [livejournal.com profile] brandixcyanide and [livejournal.com profile] druidspell - lending their creativity to my story!

[livejournal.com profile] brandixcyanide made the following, and the more I look at it, the more I love it – it illustrates three totally separate parts of my story, all in one piece! I love the colors, the photo she chose, everything. I literally clapped and made stupid noises when I saw it in my email, seriously. So give her lots of love here, because she deserves it!

fanart )

My fanmix was made by the lovely [livejournal.com profile] druidspell, who put together a really amazing mix of songs. When I look at fanmixes, I always look at the sound and atmosphere of the music more than the lyrical content – I think that fanmixes are meant to set the mood for the story they’re accompanying. This mix sounds exactly like I want my story to sound, melodic with a great dark undercurrent. I am totally in [livejournal.com profile] druidspell’s debt for capturing it so perfectly!! But, also, not only do I have awesome songs, but she made me several pieces of cover art, too!

Hard To Pin Down (download via Sendspace)

cover art, with photo credits )

Words cannot express how deeply awesome it is to participate in this whole bit of madness – I owe these two artists so much thanks, more than I can put into words right now! So, please, if you enjoyed the story, please take the time to sample their work and give them feedback! It’s totally worth it, trust me. :)

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