Hi beautiful people!!! It’s Saturday and it’s a busy weekend on our end…so just posted 3 count them THREE chapters of three different multichapter submissions….
You can get your Thorin on with the lovely arianafandoms “Soul Healing”
You can get your RPF on with two different stories from jollytr ”The Love of My Life” and justdreamingalone “Falling for an English Bloke”
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Soul Healing, Chapter 28: Eve of the Dragon
Night descended upon the Company, whose members sat hunched and huddled around a fire. It was quiet, yet the air was charged with an intensity that unnerved them and added to their tense silence. Even the animals seemed absent. No owls hooted. No crickets chirped. No nightingales sang. It was as if they, too, sensed that, whether for good or ill, something significant was about to happen here.
The Love of My Life: Chapter 31 - Broken
It was a dreadful journey back to London. Every bump jarred Meg’s injuries, sending shards of pain shooting through her body. By the time Richard carried her upstairs to her flat, she was nearly catatonic. He tried to make her comfortable on the sofa, bringing her soup, toast and her favourite tisane. She ate very little and didn’t speak at all.
Falling for a British Bloke - Richard Armitage RPF
A/N:Sorry for the delay… RL is pushing… ;)
Slowly, slowly… we are getting somewhere…
Chapter 5 - hugs and kisses (at the airport)
Three days after Richard’s visit Sarah got a call from her publisher. They talked some time and after they had finished she couldn’t help but dance a little giddy dance through her living room with a silly grin on her face and making some excited noises. Calming down after a while she picked up her phone again.
"Mom! I’m going to London!"
"London? On holiday?"
"No! Work! The translation of my book is finally completed and I’m going to go to London in three weeks time to promote it! There is an anniversary of a smaller bookstore which is somehow related to my publisher and during the celebrations I will be there to sign books and answer questions. The selling of the book will start one week earlier!"
Soul Healing, Chapter 27: Two Halves of a Soul
Their progress was slow. The Long Lake was beginning to freeze, so periodically, the sailors were forced to use their oars to break up the ice in the boats’ path. And it was becoming increasingly colder the farther north they rowed, until finally, on the second day, when they’d reached the River Running, Talaitha couldn’t stand it anymore.
Thorin found her rummaging through one of the packs, grumbling to herself through chattering teeth. He smiled softly. His coat had seen better days—and had certainly smelled better, too—, but it was warm from his body.
The Love of My Life: Chapter 30 - Ski? Non. Apres Ski? Oui.
When they landed in Geneva, Meg was wistful. She would have loved to have stayed and explored that enchanting city. It was such a shame to pass through without spending time there. She was resigned to the scheduled destination and just hoped she’d emerge unscathed at the end of the week. Even in his excited state, Richard briefly noticed that she looked like she was headed to the gallows. He was certain that once she got on the slopes, her boundless enthusiasm would return and she’d be as hooked as he was.
Soul Healing, Chapter 26: Tiny Delay
It was their last day in Lake Town, much to everyone’s relief, and the Master, true to his word, had ordered a week’s worth of provisions to be loaded into three, large boats, each of which was manned by four men. When Thorin inspected the packs, he was surprised to find that in addition to food and water, there were blankets, extra cloaks, pots, and wooden bowls. He wondered what had prompted such generosity.
Although it’d been growing chilly, the morning dawned particularly bleak and cold. Snow had begun to fall the night before, and it now blanketed the boardwalks and rooftops of the town in a soft, already-melting slush. It didn’t bother the dwarves—who were a hardy, cold-resistant race—or the humans—who were accustomed to this weather—, but Bilbo and Talaitha were less than keen about it.
The Love of My Life - Chapter 29: Boxing Day Week
Meg and the Armitages had a great visit. Richard showed her all of his Leicester haunts and regaled her with stories of his awkward phase (apparently from ages 14 to 40). There was a massive argument over which videos to watch with Margaret enlisting Meg’s support and revelling in not being the lone woman in a family of men. After much fawning over very fluffy chick flicks, it was agreed that a Cary Grant marathon would be a sufficient compromise. How could anyone not adore Arsenic & Old Lace? After such movies, Meg and Marg would look at each other with dreaminess in their eyes.
Mind the Gap: Chapter Two
Author’s Note: I seriously hate this chapter. lol As I was editing I just cringed. It’s a really crappy filler chapter. I’m so sorry, please forgive me.
"Peter is going to have an aneurysm," Matthew grumbled.
Kate tried to hide her smile, “No he won’t. We’re cleared to start filming next month. Just means that the guys have an extra month now to get to know one another.”
Matthew scoffed and crossed his arms. The two were standing in one of the smaller sound stages, watching as the 13 actors who were to play the company of dwarves, along with Martin, were going through their daily routine. Talk like a dwarf, look like a dwarf, move like a dwarf. Peter wanted to make sure he gave his actors the pieces and then let them put the puzzle together. That meant breaking them down and building them back as dwarves of Middle Earth.
Thorin knew better. He KNEW. Surely he was possessed when he kissed her. He did it. He kissed a girl. It was forbidden and he did it anyway. What in the world would come of him - of her?
ThorinOakenshieldConfessions Anonymous asked: can you write a fanfic about what if Thorin did the first move (as in kissing etc) and the reader slapped him or said no or pushed him away because its forbidden in her culture to actually touch a man (so an Arab reader like me can imagine)?