keire_ke: (Narnia - heart)
Title: Along the Midnight Edge
Rating: 18
Genre: drama, romance
Pairings: Edmund/Caspian
Wordcount: 80k
Warnings: it is rated 18 for potentially disturbing themes
Summary: Narnia ended a mere two hundred years after Caspian’s reign, as though he was the climax of her 2,500 years’ history. He was. There were stories unfolding in Narnia of which none of her rulers were aware, and stories must run their natural course, even though their heroes are dead.

Author's note: whew! This was a long, long ride (for me). Together with OTBE this story is over 100k, and given that I’m usually quite succinct, it is an achievement. :D

On to serious business: this story should stand well enough on its own, but it is a direct sequel to On a Transparent Belt of Ether. Certain events are referenced, though should be explained well-enough in context.

Important note on the universes: this is primarily based on the books. Primarily, I say, because book!Caspian just didn’t fancy book!Edmund, like movie!Caspian did. That, and it might be worth noting that there is a number of things I very much liked about the movies, which bugged me in the books. So it is a bit of a mix and match canon.

Titles from the poetry of Walt Whitman.

Credits and thank yous: This story wouldn’t be what it is if it wasn’t for the input of [personal profile] seraphim_grace and [profile] miss_labelle. Betaed by [profile] kispexi2 and [personal profile] yami_tai. Thank you all! <3

Read it on AO3

:: one :: two :: three :: four :: five :: six :: seven :: eight :: nine :: ten :: eleven :: twelve :: thirteen :: fourteen ::
keire_ke: (Owl - staring)
You know you're in trouble when 11k is something you whip up in your spare time, without really thinking about it. o.O

Title: Give Me the Silent Sun
Rating: 18
Pairings: Caspian/Edmund
Genre: Romance, drama
Wordcount: 11k
Warnings: sexual situation involving minors in part ii (this warning is more scary than the actual situation).
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Summary: Five times Edmund danced at the Beltane fires and one time he didn’t.

Author's Note: this story will give you whiplash. XD Sorry.

Betaed by [personal profile] rroselavy. <3

Dedicated to [profile] downthemanhole for pretty much making my weekend, a few weeks back.


Part one )

On to part two.

Logging in.

Apr. 6th, 2011 12:59 am
keire_ke: (Discworld - Death)
[saiyuki trek -- bad day] )

[saiyuki!trek -- captain's log] )

[chronicles of narnia -- doubt that the stars doth move] )

[chronicles of narnia -- compact of fire] )

notes: Watching ST:TOS 1.22. mentally recasting it with nu!Trek and Ben Barnes as Khan. Good times. Gooooood times.

I have no idea why DW is giving me trouble. WTF, DW?

Thirdly, I also have no idea why CoN inspire such teary angst. I mean, seriously? This much mushy angst? Moi? I must be sick. XD
keire_ke: (Discworld - Death)
Childhood fandoms, acceptable ficcing fodder, or untouchable, precious memories? Discuss.

[chronicles of narnia -- intermediary] )


[saiyuki!trek -- do not go gently into the night] )
keire_ke: (Narnia - Casmund)
Title: On a Transparent Belt of Ether
Rating: 14
Pairings: Caspian/Edmund
Genre: Romance, drama
Wordcount: 22k
Warnings: none
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Summary: Edmund the Just made his kingship telling people the right things at the right time. The night before Caspian’s coronation Edmund tells the anxious prince the right thing. It is only later, on board the Dawn Treader that he realises just what his words achieved.

Author's Note: On the whole the movie is best viewed as “the epic love story of Edmund and Caspian,” otherwise it may not be the most formulaic thing committed to film, but it’s certainly close.

Chapter breaks may seem a little awkward - I never planned for chapters. It was supposed to be ten pages, tops.

Betaed by [personal profile] yami_tai. <3 Thank you so much, hun, for all the hard work!


There was a nervous thrumming in the air, as though the land and the castle hadn’t yet seen past the excitement of the battle. )

On to Part Two
keire_ke: (Narnia - Casmund)
Title: Along the Midnight Edge
Rating: 18
Genre: drama, romance
Pairings: Edmund/Caspian
Wordcount: 80k
Warnings: it is rated 18 for potentially disturbing themes
Summary: Narnia ended a mere two hundred years after Caspian’s reign, as though he was the climax of her 2,500 years’ history. He was. There were stories unfolding in Narnia of which none of her rulers were aware, and stories must run their natural course, even though their heroes are dead.



[CHAPTER ONE -- Ages and Ages, Returning at Intervals] )

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