Fri, Apr. 15th, 2011, 01:20 pm
[info]beholder_mod: FIC: "The Ministry's Man" for injustice_worth

Recipient: [info]injustice_worth
Author: [info]musamihi
Title: The Ministry's Man
Rating: PG-13

Pairings: John Dawlish/Bartemius Crouch (Sr.) (unrequited); John Dawlish/Rufus Scrimgeour.

Word Count: 11,300
Warnings/Content Information (Highlight to View): * Canon character deaths, dark themes.* 

Summary: John Dawlish has spent his career in the shadows of the Ministry's greatest men. One of the only things they all have in common is that they never stay for long.

Author's Notes: I hope you enjoy, [info]injustice_worth! Your inspiring list of characters was a joy to work from. Many, many thanks to melusinahp for beta-reading – all remaining mistakes are my own. And thanks, of course, to the wonderful mod, for running such a fantastic fest.

"The Ministry's Man"

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Sat, Apr. 9th, 2011, 01:11 pm
[info]beholder_mod: FIC: "Chronic Charm of the Grotesque" for luciusmistress

Recipient: luciusmistress
Author: [info]injustice_worth
Title: Chronic Charm of the Grotesque
Rating: PG/PG-13
Pairings: John Dawlish/Alecto Carrow
Word Count: 4915
Warnings/Content Information (Highlight to View): *I’m… not exactly certain? Pardons… Not much made explicit; any warning’d be more in the suggestions and general content, then perhaps for knives and a bit of blood…*.
Summary: Dawlish finds himself compelled to renew an old acquaintanceship, and rediscovers the joy of knives.
Author's Notes: Dawlish just gets himself into all kinds of trouble with the ladies. Tsk. This hazes (in potentially suspect fashion) through time, present being at some point during DH, ranging back to Dawlish and Alecto’s schooldays. To the one known as the Mistress o’ the Lucius, grazie for the very-open prompt, and hope this isn’t too far afield (sorry ’bout the lack of sexy-sexy, in particular). Suppose I owe apologies to Amycus, who was going to be much more involved than he is; that’d be part of a longer story, I suppose, and he’ll have to deal. ON ANOTHER NOTE. The line from “Black No. 1” more or less sparked much of this, but The 69 Eyes’ “Sleeping with Lions” would probably be a more apt song for the pair, overall. Just sayin’.

Chronic Charm of the Grotesque )