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Dec. 13th, 2007 | 10:09 pm
mood: clingy

Two of my favorite Dom/Billy AU series are updating a lot these days! inclineoftrees is a complete revision, from the beginning, of the LOTR University AU, the one where Billy's a Philosophy professor and Dom's a German major. I love the intricate details, the strong supporting cast, the slow pace of story, and the emotional weight of the characters and their mutual attraction. While I'm not very fond of the teacher/student dynamic, this story completely overwhelms my scruples, I just adore it. [Warning for BDSM (very consensual) in chapters to come.]

On a much lighter note, v_angelique and rainbowcobweb have a romp of a series in which Billy owns a bookshop in Paris and Dom's a teacher at a primary school. First there's UST and then there's ST and then there's a whole bunch of happy sex and meeting the family and clubbing in Manchester and a move towards bottomy Billy that I'm finding delightful. A funny thing happened on the way to the librarie -- the best kind of fluffy smut!

For more, see the lotrips comm, where we link to at least 30 fics a week (some better than others). feelforfaith and I have it down to an art, or at least a craft.

Hobbits, six years ago (approx): December 8, 2001, on a British TV show during the FOTR premiere publicity (posted by not_alone ). They look so young....

And on, December 9 of this year, Dom with cohorts from "I Sell the Dead". (source is domweek)

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from: kiltsandlollies
date: Dec. 14th, 2007 06:43 pm (UTC)

oh, ♥! we're having a very good time revising and reposting. the story's come a long, long way since it started, and the new stuff is good fun to write as well. I'm really, really glad you're still enjoying it.

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from: msilverstar
date: Dec. 15th, 2007 03:14 am (UTC)

Though, now I think of it, it may be a story that benefits from non-chronology. The beginning is so layered and twisty if you know the middle and the end. I can't tell any more, I'm too close, but it will be interesting to see how people who read it from start to finish respond.

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