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Since things have gone a little quiet in the world of wimseyfic, I entertained myself thinking about some of the ways it could all have gone horribly wrong after Gaudy Night.

Lord Peter's Indiscretions Come Back to Haunt Him, Part ICollapse )
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lopezuna_writes
19 February 2015 @ 11:00 pm
More Wimseyfic, same AU as The Other Way Round

In which Lord Peter says goodbye to his ever-loving family.

Denver Ducis, August 1942Collapse )
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lopezuna_writes
29 January 2015 @ 12:17 am
More Wimseyfic, same AU as The Other Way Round, this time a prequel.

In which Lord Peter makes a will.

London, August 1942Collapse )
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lopezuna_writes
05 September 2014 @ 09:16 pm
Jam  
Yet more AU Wimsey fic. Comes after 110A Piccadilly:

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lopezuna_writes
04 September 2014 @ 05:10 pm
More AU Wimsey fic. This time, a sequel to Dreams.

110A PiccadillyCollapse )
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lopezuna_writes
26 August 2014 @ 04:49 pm
AU Wimsey fic. In between The Other Way Round II and And They All Lived Happily Ever After

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lopezuna_writes
21 July 2014 @ 11:41 pm
A sequel to The other way round, Take II

In which nothing of any great interest happens, but is that not the definition of "happily ever after"?

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lopezuna_writes
20 July 2014 @ 10:18 pm
I didn't want to do this, but the itch had to be scratched. A longer version of The Other Way Round. Complete with lots of cut-and-paste from canon and gratuitous hurt/comfort. And backstory. That part was fun.

The Other Way Round, take IICollapse )

And now with fluffy sequel.
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lopezuna_writes
13 July 2014 @ 11:53 pm
* This was inspired by a friend who said that one of the things she really liked about Gaudy Night was that she felt that it could have gone either way - it would have been equally plausible if Harriet had said "no" at the end. So I thought to string a few cliches together and think about what if things had gone the other way, borrowing along the way from antisoppist's "They came, you know, and told me you were dead."

The other way roundCollapse )

Now with an expanded version.
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