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February 15th, 2011

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House Babble for You Must Remember This

This House Babble comes to you live from K-gal's House of Tin Hats, where our fine line of Foil Chapeaus is the shiniest in town.

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Pimping the Torch!

Three awesome Torchwood fics by three awesome writers.

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Our fandom is alive and well.

Four Times, Almost by cookielaura

A wonderful angsty over-view of the evolution of Jack/Gwen in kisses.



Soaked by ebineez01

Jack/Owen-Super dark. NC17.

Brilliant. Chilling. Beautiful. Did I mention DARK?

Absolutely perfect take on Jack/Owen and how far Jack is willing to go to give Owen what he needs.



Whispers by rattyjol
From tw100, written to the prompt: In The Walls.

A brief look at the tortured soul of Owen Harper. *Hugs Owen*

Time for an Ipod meme.

Ganked from speccygeekgrrl


→ It's story building time!
→ Put your music player of choice/ipod/whatever on shuffle
→ The first 12 songs make a story
→ Each song in order corresponds to the next number: no skipping!
→ ???
→ Profit!


(Please note, I'm at work right now, so I can't put in song links. Let me know if there's any songs from this epic that you'd especially like and I'll do those first. I know you're all dying to hear Tip Top Tottenham.)


01▶ Opening Theme
I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good. - Frank Sinatra

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Title: Broken Dream
Fandom: Torchwood
Character: Toshiko Sato
Rating: PG
Wordcount: 100
Warning: Reference to Adam/Tosh, technically dub-con.
Notes: Drabble-a-Day 2011 Day 46. Gift-fic for wiredblowfish. Prompt: Adam seducing Tosh. Confession: I fudged the prompt a little. Unbeta'd.
Summary: All those wild and crazy nights-they still dance before her eyes.

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