piecroft

Can You Tell Me How to Get to Bakery Street? + The Blind Baker

Title: Can You Tell Me How to Get to Bakery Street? (and Mini-Sequel: The Blind Baker)
Word Count: 500-600
Rating: G
Warnings: Confectionary violence
Summary: Written for this prompt on the kinkmeme: 221B, Bakery Street. John Wheatson and Sherloaf Holmes are on a roll, catching one villain after another. And there's only one person who can keep up with them - DI Lestrudel!
Also a small epilogue written for this prompt: So when I get excited I tend to talk much faster and carelessly than normal, and so one day my friend and I were discussing The Blind Banker, and I was really in the zone about something in the episode and accidentally said The Blind Baker. And then luckily, my friend didn't notice. Until I said it again two minutes later. Now she won't stop teasing me even though I am very careful every time I say it now. So can I get either an AU of TBB or just some crack as consolation?
A/N: It should be noted that most of the names for this came either from the original prompt, or from the wonderful #BakerStreet chat.



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cocaine

Rosemary

Title: Rosemary
Pairing: John/Sherlock
Word Count: 5,000+
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Explicit m/m sex; mention of drug use; language; bastardization of poetry
Summary: Written for this prompt on the kinkmeme: Sherlock and John had a random one night stand years ago. Neither of them remembers the other. Bonus points if one of them says/does something that causes the other to remember.
A/N: Rosemary is for remembrance, and it does grow by the headlands – however, anything else I say about it is pretty much made up. Random bits of poetry are from Beachy Head by Charlotte Turner Smith. It’s a lovely poem, is rather long, has the flimsiest of connections to our story and was really only added for my own amusement. Enjoy!


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comfort

End of the Barrel

Title: End of the Barrel
Pairing: Moriarty/Sherlock (vibes of noncon)
Word Count: 600-700
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Non-consensual kissing and drug use
Summary: Written for this prompt on the kinkmeme: To shotgun weed is when one person forces marijuana smoke into the mouth of another person. There are several ways to do this, the most typical of which is mouth-to-mouth. Also, Moriarty's way of keeping a particular hostage sedated (oh please, you know the one).



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cocaine

It Was Easier for Richelieu

The title for this…I don’t even know.

Title: It Was Easier for Richelieu
Characters: John, Mycroft, Sherlock
Pairing: Mycroft/John (gen)
Word Count: 400-500
Rating: PG
Warnings: Implied drug use
Summary: Written for this prompt on the kinkmeme: Mycroft is sitting at his desk, working on paperwork. John is curled up at his feet, his head resting in Mycroft's lap. Mycroft pets John until he falls asleep. Your challenge? Write a plausible scenario for this without slashing the two.


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crack

Covalently Binding

Starting to post fics here, in no particular order. Hoo-rah?

Title: Covalently Binding
Characters: Sherlock, John, Mycroft, Moriarty, Moran
Pairing: John/Sherlock/Mycroft and Moriarty/Moran in the weirdest way
Word Count: 200-300
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Implied threesomes; Mild DAD; Chemistry
Summary: Written for this prompt on the kinkmeme: John is oxygen. Sherlock is hydrogen. Together they make water. Moriarty is sodium.



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