Jan. 29th, 2017

[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
Among all her other contributions, the still sorely missed periwinkle was an excellent writer, as her Groundhog Day shows. And one to remind us spring is on the way.
[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
The HODOWE Challenge, Holidays of Dubious Origins Writing Event, was the first challenge here on Section VII.  It has been five years, hundreds of stories and great community as we've continued to chug along.  More challenges, new people, loss of friends... the past five years have included so many events both happy and sad.  Two of the writers featured in the Groundhog Day Challenge are no longer with us, [livejournal.com profile] periwinkle27 and [livejournal.com profile] svetlanacat4 Both of these women were virbrant and clever, contributing to the fandom and to our lives.  I feel honored that they each have work archived here on Section VII.
The stories are varied and well written, and I hope you'll take the time to see where we began as a community.  All of these pages are found in our Archives Section that you can access at the top of the page.  These links are to 2012, with the stories posted as they appeared at that time.
Have fun.

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[identity profile] mrua7.livejournal.com

Originally posted for a HOWDOWE challenge here on Section VII. This is a slightly moody offering for Groundhog Day, though it ends up in a bit of one upmanship between Napoleon and Illya while on stakeout near Punxsatawney Pa.

We never escape shadows, they surround us, follow us and even hide within us. Most let them pass by without a thought, but to a man like Illya Kuryakin they rarely do.

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