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Thursday Fanwork: Finding Remo by Mark Treble

Remo Cutlass, formerly a pirate, had turned his life around and was now sailing a cargo ship. He carried only the finest of rocks and rubber bands between ports in the Atlantic. He was three days’ overdue with an emergency shipment of rubber bands to Boston, and no one had heard from him. His friends […]

Thursday Fanwork: John Mills on a shitty day by Mark Treble

[To sign up for a Thursday post, go here for more information.] The second of the Thursday Fanworks is fiction by Mark Treble, a follow-up to Flip’s Story. Mark’s standard note still applies: This is a work of fiction and all names used are fictional. It is fan fiction based on the “Daron’s Guitar Chronicles” […]

Thursday Fanwork: Flip’s Story by Mark Treble

The first of the Thursday Fanworks is fiction by Mark Treble, who included the following note: This is a work of fiction and all names used are fictional. It is fan fiction based on the “Daron’s Guitar Chronicles” series by Cecelia Tan. There are no copyright restrictions on this work and it is free for […]

Thursday Fanworks Days

Thursdays are now Fanworks Days! From May 4 through August 31, Cecilia and Daron will be taking a bit of a summer break, with new chapters posted only on Tuesdays (and Saturdays as the tip jar fills up). As we did in 2015, we’ll be filling the weekly gap with fanworks of all kinds, from […]

Orlando Fanworks: Hope by S

Hope July 4th, 2016- Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida Ziggy’s eyes locked on mine. “You have to get a wand from Ollivanders,” he said with too much enthusiasm. I glanced at the line snaking its way down the sidewalk. “I’m not standing in that line.” “But you have to!” He tugged on my arm like a […]

Orlando Fanworks: We’re All Mad Here by Chris

We’re All Mad Here The Queen of Hearts stood four stories above on the balcony of the Castle watching the last of the Ordinaries leave through the main gates. He swayed on his feet as a rush of excitement caused a pounding in his ears. Wait… there was also pounding that wasn’t from his accelerated […]