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Bethyl Week, Day Seven.  Prompt: “hope”.  *whew*

Daryl/Beth, Post Season Four.  Decisions and a long walk.  1057 words.

Bethyl Week, Day Six.  Prompt: “memory”.  (Struggled with this one.  Another storm, another conversation, and what safety brings.  Or — Beth likes to talk and Daryl likes to fix things.)

Post “Still” // Future Fic. 1142 words.

Bethyl Week, Day Five!  Prompt: “dream”.  (This challenge has been GREAT for my muse.   I haven’t written this much in months.)

An abandoned church, moonlight, a sudden storm.  And a story.

Daryl/Beth, 1308 words.

Bethyl Week, Day Four!  Prompt: “enchanted”. EEEE.

Summary: She laughs and fades back into the centre of the pond when he drapes his bow next to her frilly little bra, strips off his shirt and leaves his pants pooled on the bank. But the laughter changes into something breathless and eager when he wades into the water.

Daryl/Beth. 1002 words.

Bethyl Week, Day Three.  Prompt: “numb”.  This is the first one this week that I’ve been happy with.  It pretty much translated from my brain exactly the way I wanted it to. 

Summary:  He wasn’t bit, and though the wound looked bad – from what little she could see when he came stumbling in leaning heavily on Rick’s arm, before Tara rushed past her with the medical kit and the door was shut unceremoniously in her face – she knew that Daryl was a fighter. He would get through this.

Post Season Four.  1762 words.

Bethyl Week, Day Two!  Prompt: “red”

Daryl and Beth get trapped in town during a supply run.  1206 words.

Here’s my submission for Bethyl Week, Day One!  Prompt: “secret”

The gang have escaped Terminus and Beth has found her way to them again.  Now they need a safe haven.

PG, 1184 words. 

(I never do text posts, I don’t make graphics, I’m probably much older than almost all of you, I hardly even reblog… but I read the Bethyl tag and nod along with all of your analyses and wear out my finger hitting that little heart.  It’s comforting to be with like-minded people.  Thanks for having me!)

sonlycou:

The beginning of Dark Harbor was originally going to show Alan Rickman’s character beating up Norman’s in a hotel room, but was cut for unknown reasons. This is a still from the deleted scene.

sonlycou:

The beginning of Dark Harbor was originally going to show Alan Rickman’s character beating up Norman’s in a hotel room, but was cut for unknown reasons. This is a still from the deleted scene.

Written for LJ’s smallfandomfest for the prompt “coffee”. In the movie we see the Young Man enter the cabin on the ferry, and a moment later David exits the same cabin. Here’s some creative license on what happened in those few minutes.

David/Young Man. 1099 words.