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Peanut Butter & Blood [Epilogue] 
6th-Dec-2007 03:10 pm
Title:  Peanut Butter & Blood:  EPILOGUE
Rating:  G
Characters:  House, Wilson
Genre:  Friendship, Unadulterated Fluff
Summary:  House injures himself.  So naturally, this requires a call to Wilson, who--naturally--rushes right over.

7th-Dec-2007 06:23 pm (UTC) - Thank you
I've always thought that fanfic were quite horrendous. Poorly written by some teenager that couldn't really spell. Then I found your stories!
Now I'm absolutely spellbound by your writing. I've read everything you've written, and every day I check in to see if there is something new. Thank you so much for letting me read your wonderful stories!

Still... you are one shining star at un utterly dark sky. I wish there were more like you out there!
7th-Dec-2007 06:52 pm (UTC) - Re: Thank you
you are in for a treat, then--because there are some excellent authors out there. i heartily suggest anything by, in alphabetical order, blackmare, deelaundry, genagirl, maineac, mer_duff, namasteyoga, nightdog_barks, perspi, pwcorgigirl, and of course, sydedalus, whose amazing stories can be found at fanfiction.net. and this is far from an exhaustive list of my own favorites, believe me.

and let me hasten to add that those listed above are established authors whose work i've had the pleasure of reading. and i have very specific tastes in fan fiction; i read [and write] pretty much house-wilson friendship stories. so there are, of course, some great stories out there, concentrating on other aspects of the show! and there are many, newer authors, who i've not read [i have this whole, weird, 'i won't read while i'm writing' thingy going on] whose work is, i suspect, just as well-written, just as worthy of being read.

and also. i know i've left many out who are well worth your time. i just wanted to let you know that, in my opinion, this fandom has many gifted, talented writers--and i envy you, just now discovering them all!

and of course, i'm deeply, deeply touched by your praise and kind words; my thanks!
7th-Dec-2007 07:08 pm (UTC) - Re: Thank you
I'm going to strongly second those recommendations. I too read mostly House-and-Wilson stories.

If I knew a little more about what you liked, I could recommend some specific things. Deelaundry is wonderfully skilled and a friend of mine, and she usually writes House and Wilson slash. If you enjoy that, you'll love her work. She also has some excellent gen stories in which they are friends, and she marks those so her readers know what to expect.

Mer_duff, maineac and I all write friendship only; Corgigirl ranges a bit more widely, sometimes adding a graceful touch of romance with House and Cuddy, and it's all absolutely gorgeous. Nightdog is perhaps the most fantastically imaginative writer in the fandom -- but do heed her occasional warnings for dark, troublesome content. I love her.

Perspi will ... just delight you.

I'm going to stop now, not because I'm out of good writers but because I could babble all day about them. This handful is a good starting point, though.

Edited at 2007-12-07 07:10 pm (UTC)
9th-Dec-2007 08:36 am (UTC) - Re: Thank you
Thank you for pointing me in the direction of theese writers.

9th-Dec-2007 03:34 pm (UTC) - Re: Thank you
you're quite welcome; enjoy! and i must say, again, how very much i envy you, being able to read some of the best stuff out there. right now, for example, i'm going absolutely crazy because i'm in the process of attempting to write and therefore cannot read maineac's fabulous new fic, Sleeping Man: Outside. How do i know it's fabulous? because i was fortunate enough to read the opening chapters prior to the return of my muse. and because maineac wrote it. with some authors, all you need to know is their name to know you're in for a brilliant read, and she's one of those writers.
9th-Dec-2007 04:54 pm (UTC) - Re: Thank you
*blushing* Thanks, Kidsnurse. I'm going to have to go hat-shopping tomorrow: head now officially too big to fit any current hats.

More importantly, I somehow missed the epilogue to PB&B. Can I just say that I LOVE what happens when House and Wilson come to play in your sandbox? Whether fluff or angst, doesn't matter (though I prefer the angst). And to be honest, there's always a vein of angst, even in your fluff. Kinda like the vein of fluff in the Fluffernutter Peanut Butter. And I think I better stop here before someone yells "Block that metaphor!"
9th-Dec-2007 07:05 pm (UTC) - Re: Thank you
like the vein of fluff in the Fluffernutter Peanut Butter

rofl--and admitting, sheepishly, that i attempted, for days, to actually utilize that awful, very-bad, horrible metaphor in the fic itself. yes--i need help. i freely admit it. i also need a life, but that's neither here nor there.... ;)

and yeah--that vein of angst? those two just cannot be written without it, can they? not everyone catches that it's there, but it always exists, and it always makes me so sad, even amidst the fluffernutter....
8th-Dec-2007 04:35 am (UTC)
I loved this. I'm a little confused about exactly what House was trying to accomplish, though. I think I have the general idea, but it feels like something's missing in the bigger picture. Yay.
8th-Dec-2007 11:34 am (UTC)
it feels like something's missing in the bigger picture

maybe 'cuz it's me, so you were expecting something heavy and angsty! ;) not this time--just fluff, pure and simple. house was glad that wilson stood up for himself. wilson was angry that house had called him over, and then let him leave. eventually, they got it all sorted out, and they all lived happily after. or not. the end.

see? simple. fluffy. comforting.
8th-Dec-2007 10:30 pm (UTC)
That's probably true. You're even more wedded to angst than I am. *raises eyebrow* I almost thought you were allergic to fluff. I know others are...*cough* diysheep *cough*...
8th-Dec-2007 06:37 pm (UTC)
read the first part and this, and I adore it!
Excellent read :)
8th-Dec-2007 07:22 pm (UTC)
thanks--happy you enjoyed it. i really had fun writing it, and it's a wonderful bonus that people are liking it so much!!
10th-Dec-2007 11:05 am (UTC)
*adds her own contented sigh*

I loved Wilson coming back because he knew something was off, but didn't know exactly what, and then putting together all the pieces. And the plastic jar? Adorable.
11th-Dec-2007 07:15 pm (UTC)
i'm so sorry for the delayed reply; your comment somehow never made it to my email. :(

i loved the 'plastic jar' ending, but worried that it was too predictable. however, it 'felt right' to me, so i went with it. and really--since wilson most likely was the one who'd purchased the glass jar [because i see wilson going for those 'gourmet' peanut butters that still come in that hazardous glass!]--it was only fitting that he 'house-proof' that particular danger, right? ;)
18th-Dec-2007 01:11 pm (UTC)
Oh, I so loved it ! Sometimes fluff is needed on this Earth !
I just love and love House when he's so ... housian !
And I must thank Nightmare 9 ...why did'nt you want us to share this??? :-)
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