winter: (emote - elegantly wasted)
*flops* I wrote most of these twice, because my scratchbook file got corrupted.

For [ profile] shineko: Pirates of the Caribbean, 100 words

Guidance )

For [ profile] ciciaye: Angel the Series, 100 words

Vanity Varnish )

For [ profile] elefwin: Star Wars, 130 words

Silent )

For [ profile] fyrie: Phantom of the Opera, 114 words, same universe as Singing Songs In My Head

Hide Your Face )

For [ profile] kyrre: Batman Begins, 125 words

Communicativa )

For [ profile] alice_montrose: Roses for Lucifer, 160 words

Practical Applications )

Bonus question: Can someone give me an Elisabeth idea, preferably something featuring Sisi herself with a side of Death? She wants fic, I'm fresh out of bunnies.
winter: (krolock - gott ist tot)
For [ profile] assimbya, Als Es Sommer War, DVD commentary edition. Same warnings as the initial story - slash, angst, bloodplay, BDSM, humiliation, dubious consent.

On the writing of my first BDSM sex scene ever )
winter: (krolock - family)
This one's [ profile] fyrie's fault as usual, and the second Roses for Lucifer story I actually wrote. She wanted to see the coffin scene briefly mentioned in Todesglocken. Next I know, I have eight finished stories, five started and dozens more sketched out. I think this will be a book, one day, once I write a prequel to the first story, because graphic gay BDSM in the first chapter might put people off.

The title might change - for the longest time this was simply known as the nannyfic.

Fandom: Original/Tanz der Vampire (no knowledge of Tanz necessary)
Pairing: Vlad Draculea/Johannes von Krolock (background)
Rating: PG-13
Wordcount: 4,275
Warnings: Fluff, Johannes' usual graphomaniac narration

In sequence: Als Es Sommer War, Wir Glauben Nur Lügen, this story.


When you're a vampire, finding a good nanny for your six-year-old is no easy task )
winter: (krolock - finsternis)
Another in my Roses for Lucifer series, sequel to Als es Sommer war. No knowledge of Tanz der Vampire necessary, though reading the prequel is.

Fandom: Original/Tanz der Vampire
Pairing: Draculea/Von Krolock (background)
Rating: PG-13 for violence
Warning: Vampires, bloodshed, terribly cute five-year-old
Wordcount: 6,500


Herbert von Krolock is five and a half years old, which is too old to fear stories )

What do you think? I'm seriously thinking about turning this series into origific - it would be only the matter of tweaking some details and a search-and-replace of the names :) Next chapter is already written, so I'll post it as soon as I come up with a decent title.
winter: (krolock - unstillbare gier)
Right. People seem to like it, so here it is. The first installment in the Roses for Lucifer series, which is shaping up to be an epic.

Note: Origific. Technically, some characters are taken from Tanz der Vampire (property of Roman Polanski, etc, etc). Practically, this can be treated as original fiction - everything is explained re: characters and setting, and besides it's all interpolated from eight lines in the original musical, quoted below. This incarnation of Draculea is all mine.

Pairing: Vlad Draculea/Graf von Krolock
Rating: NC-17 for real. X. Whatever's highest.

Warnings: Slash, angst, bloodplay, BDSM, humiliation, dubious consent. Also, my first time writing something like this. My vampires managed to outkink me.

All [ profile] fyrie's fault as usual. Special thanks to [ profile] moodpoisoning for holding my hand.


The corn was golden and the sky was clear / Sixteen-seventeen, it was summer then / We lay in the whispering grass / Her touch on my skin was tender and warm )
winter: (krolock - unstillbare gier)
For [ profile] fyrie, who is currently busy utterly breaking my brain in another post, and who once asked how did I think Herbert von Krolock got to be a vampire.

Tanz der Vampire, no pairing. You don't have to know anything about the fandom beyond the fact that the Graf von Krolock is a vampire, and before he came to be one, he fathered a son.

In keeping with the canon mood - well, the canon is a Gothic rock opera. That should tell you something. 2,750 words.

(Still not sure if I got the name of the duelling ground in Vienna correctly. Corrections and other constructive criticism welcome.)

Über Gräber und Ruinen / Werden Todesglocken hallen / Und alle Teufel steigen hinauf / Und alle Engel müssen fallen )


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Beth Winter

October 2014



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