vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
OMG YOU GUYS [ profile] kinkajou DID IT AGAIN!

This one's a scene from The Bone Fiddle itself, and . . .

it's the graveyard scene in Chapter 7! SPOILERZ

GO LOOK IT'S AMAZING (I'd say it's PG-13)

There's a bear, and a moon, and a lighted coal miner's helmet, and an open grave, and bones, and John and Sherlock just about to . . . do what they do in that scene. :D

I love this so much and am SO HONORED!
vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
The brilliant [ profile] kinkajou has drawn a GORGEOUS piece illustrating a scene from Rode Hard and Put Away Wet!

Sherlock and Arthur galloping to John's rescue as the tornado approaches.

I love everything about this. THANK YOU!
vulgarweed: (OK by london_fan)
Welp, the rating on the Bone-Fiddle-verse drabble collection at AO3 was already Mature, but it's going up!

A continuation of the "Setting the Tone" series of 221B drabbles - around midnight at New Year's Eve, 1973/74. Dedicated to [ profile] write_out.

Original post of Part 1 is here, but I'm reposting it here for the sake of continuity and easy readability.

I wanted to do a PWP in serial-221B format in five parts, to see if I could get away without it seeming too stilted and stylized. Readers be the judge.

Pairing: Sherlock/John
Rating: Explicit
Content notes: Appalachian traditions, New Year's Eve, rimming, anal sex, competency kink, display of a firearm, distant explosions.

Setting the Tone )

Yes, anvil shooting is a real thing! Helpful how-to video!
vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
I wrote these over a year ago and never posted them until now. I never write bleak, tragic fic - except, apparently, when I do. If this version of John and Sherlock had never met, it would not have gone well for either of them.

The Reagan Administration had a lot of blood on its hands.

Just take comfort in knowing this is an AU of an AU. This did not really happen in this 'verse.

Warnings: Major character deaths.

Charleston, WV, 1983 )

Yup. It gets worse.

Washington DC, 1987 )

If you thought I posted these for an hour or so late last night, you were not hallucinating. I chickened out and set them to "private" again because I didn't want to leave my readers stuck with this on their minds, if I wasn't sure I had something more fun to post shortly thereafter. I do, there's smut coming soon.
vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
[ profile] kinkajou has created a gorgeous and sexy piece inspired by The Straw Man Fallacy's epilogue.

Which means it's spoilery, but most of y'aall have read it by now anyway, right?

spoiler text if you want to know what kinkajou drew )

I admit I had imagined Sherlock and John wearing quite a few more clothes in this scene BUT I HEARTILY APPROVE OF THE ARTIST'S AESTHETIC CHOICE. And even if you haven't read the story, the art is of great interest to antler and kilt enthusiasts. :)

Thank you SO MUCH.


I rate it a very hot PG-13. Probably NSFW, depending on where you work.
vulgarweed: (OK by london_fan)
A very belated New Year's Eve-themed 221B drabble. I'm dedicating this to [ profile] write_out because she's had a crap week.

Title: Setting the Tone (pt 1)
Fandom: Sherlock (AU, Bone-Fiddle-verse)
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Rating: PG
Warnings: none
Summary: Once again, John teaches Sherlock to have a little respect for tradition.

Setting the Tone )

Any other drabble writers out there driven absolutely mad by the way Google Docs and Open Office don't register word counts the same way, so they never match exactly? Open Office says this is a legit 221B, goddammit.
vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
For [ profile] corpsereviver2, inspired by the wondrous holiday card she sent me.

Title: "Deck the Hearse and Kiss the Driver (Or Maybe Vice Versa)"
Fandom: Sherlock (Bone-Fiddle-verse, Appalachian AU)
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Rating: PG, tops.
Words: 221
Warnings: none
Summary: John surprises Sherlock for a change.

Fa la la la la la la )

Happy Holidays, y'all!
vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
Fandom: Sherlock (Bone-Fiddle-verse; 1970s Appalachian AU)
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Characters: Greg Lestrade, Sally Donovan, Mycroft Holmes, OCs
Rating: NC-17/Explicit
Word count: 13,397
Summary: The war is ending and the troops are returning. They do not always mean well. Their loved ones are not always glad to see them. A case straight out of an old folktale has deep repercussions for Sherlock and John.
Warnings: References to period-typical racism and homophobia, paranormal ambiguity, mild (canon-typical) violence, references to drug use

Giftfic for [ profile] winter_hermit, as payback for the wonderful cover art for the Straw Man Fallacy fanmix

The title comes from this song

The story is based on the version known as “Murder in the Meadow,” from James Gay Jones’s collection “Appalachian Ghost Stories and Other Tales.” Also contains references/homages to several ACD stories, and several episodes of the show.

He's Coming To Us Dead on AO3

vulgarweed: (tree_by_aurora_starwing)
For those who haven't been following events in the Sherlock fandom, here's a nutshell version: Fan was publicly shamed by having her fic forced upon a very uncomfortable-looking Benedict Cumberbatch at a BBC screening of the upcoming new episode. (No, of course "journalist" Caitlin Moran didn't ask her for permission; they never do, do they? It was [ profile] mildred_bobbin, who is lovely and writes lovely fic and didn't deserve any of this. So earlgreytea68 proposed the No Shame Ficathon - because we should never be ashamed.

(Well, maybe I should be, for this. But I'm not.)

Spit, Don't Swallow
Rating: Explicit/NC-17
Pairing: Sherlock/John
Warnings/Content: Spit Kink. Chewing tobacco. Oral Sex. (That's basically also the summary.) Seriously, if you have any kind of spit squick, don't read this. (Oddly enough, I do. And yet I wrote it.)

Spit, Don't Swallow )

Go forth and be shameless, fellow fan-creators. For Great Justice!

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