April 27th, 2015


Doctor Who, 4 recs, various pairings (and one crossover)

Fandom: Doctor Who
Pairing: Clara Oswald/Danny Pink
Title: Postcards from Clara
Author: navaan
Link: http://archiveofourown.org/works/2617466
Rating/Warning(s): General Audiences
Word Count/WIP?: 1,603 (complete)
Recced By: stars_inthe_sky

Why This Must Be Read: Like I think a lot of Whovians, I didn’t have a ton of emotion invested in this pairing—until I read this fic, at which point I’m so happy to have read a fic that’s just nice as well as happy, and to see a characterization of Danny that’s neither Mickey 2.0 nor Rory 2.0.

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The Neeeeeeeeeeeerds series by Chash (G->M)

Fandom: The 100
Pairing: Clarke Griffin/Bellamy Blake
Title: Dulce et Decorum Est (To Go Home and Get Some Rest)
Arma Virumque Cano
The Snows Are Fled Away
The Kind that Sees Sun and Brings an Umbrella
Oh, That'd Be Reason Enough For Me

Author: Chash
Link: http://archiveofourown.org/series/241018
Rating/Warning(s): G->M, depending on the story. No spoilers for the show.
Genre: High School AU, humor, friendship, romance.
Word Count/WIP?: Each story is complete! That said, it's possible there's more to the series.
Recced By: aj

Why This Must Be Read: This series of stories is so incredibly charming. Chash as a writer basically uses Clarke and Bellamy to troll the ever loving shit out of each other until they make out (or during the make out), and this series is pretty much the best example of that. My favorite is the last in the series (Oh, That'd Be Reason Enough For Me), but mostly because Clarke uses her powers for evil and it's basically the best thing ever. I've desperately needed some light, fun, reading and this absolutely hits the spot in the best of ways. Actually, here's an excerpt from the last story, and if you can't get on board with this, this series is not for you:

"There is something seriously wrong with you," says Bellamy, with clear admiration in his voice.

"I love you too. Can you spit in his drink?"

"Way ahead of you, Princess."