Apr. 29th, 2008


"Did You Know I'm Naked Underneath This T-Shirt" And Other Great Hits - Team Fanon

Title: "Did You Know I'm Naked Underneath This T-Shirt" And Other Great Hits
Team: Team Fanon
Author: [info]britbitribbit
Prompt: The Moon
Wordcount: ~8700
Rating: R
Warnings: Crack!fic, Muggle boarding school AU, underage boys
Summary: I know for a fact that Goyle's a drummer.
Author's Note: A silly, literal interpretation of "The Moon." Love and thanks to my betas and anyone who helped me figure out British education. None of the musical works referenced are mine.

Did You Know I'm Naked Underneath This T-Shirt And Other Great Hits )


Subconscious - Team EWE

Title: Subconscious
Team: EWE
Author: [info]cryptaviscus
Prompt: The Moon
Wordcount: 10,172
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: mild swearing
Summary: Harry is sent to seek out a young Seer who has been confined to a mental institution. Could he handle all the mind games?
Author's Note: All characters from the Harry Potter Universe belong to J.K. Rowling and various publishers. Thanks to my beta R, my team and the lovely mods of [info]hd_worldcup.

Subconscious )


Of Truth and Illusion - Team Epilogue

Title: Of Truth and Illusion
Team: Epilogue
Author: [info]ennyousai
Prompt: The Moon
Wordcount: ~12250
Rating: PG-13 at the most
Warnings: Tentative infidelity.
Summary: The disappearance of Albus Severus Potter was surely orchestrated by Harry Potter's archrival Draco Malfoy. But not everything is as it appears...
Author's Note: Information on the Moon card can be found here. Thank you for Team Epilogue to give me the chance for being a part of this competition. I am honored.

Of Truth and Illusion )


S. Morgenstern's 'Through the Looking Glass' (abridged) - Team Canon

Title: S. Morgenstern's Through the Looking Glass (abridged)
Team: Canon!
Author: [info]el_em_en_oh_pee
Prompt: Moon
Wordcount: 3,792
Rating: PG
Warnings: none. Thinly disguised meta, maybe, but really, none.
Summary: The moon Tarot card is associated with such things as "illusion. Escape into daydreams to avoid dealing with reality. Inability to discern reality from illusion". Herein lies S. Morgenstern's epic rendition of a man whose dreams and reality become increasingly blurred after a traumatic event, now abridged by editor Eloise Midgen.
Author's Note: Thanks, my beta extraordinaire(A) for checking this last-minute and for keeping me sane(All remaining mistakes=mine). Thanks B&E for keymashy conversations about worldcup&for calming me down the last few days. Love!

S. Morgenstern's 'Through the Looking Glass' (abridged) )

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