[identity profile] avery11.livejournal.com
Here are links to my four series on AO3:

The Ten Plagues Affair: (Gen)  http://archiveofourown.org/works/444749

Going Postal: (pre-slash and slash) written with spikesgirl:   http://archiveofourown.org/works/444722

The Utopia Lost Affair: (Gen) written with spikesgirl:  http://archiveofourown.org/works/2355179

The Prisoner of the Mind Affair: (Gen) written with spikesgirl: http://archiveofourown.org/works/661003
[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
I've recc'd [livejournal.com profile] avery11 before, of course. But I think not this particular and masterful drabble.
[identity profile] lilidelafield.livejournal.com
A memorable and touching tale called The Kindness of Strangers by Avery11 (on AO3) is one that stayed with me long after I first read it, so it is my choice for this week's reader's (and writer's) choice.  At the conclusion of a difficult mission, an exhausted Illya encounters a new problem.
[identity profile] mrua7.livejournal.com

One of my favorite stories by Avery!

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[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
Last year [livejournal.com profile] avery11 shared with this comm the graceful and moving The Night Before Christmas , well worth rerereading
[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
I expect almost everyone has read Illya Kuryakin's Book of Practical Cats, but I don't suppose many will mind rereading; and someone might have missed it. Thanks again, [livejournal.com profile] avery11!
[identity profile] avery11.livejournal.com

Genre: Gen
Prompt: "Wickedness comes in all shapes and forms."

The Boo From UNCLE

Chapter 5

Napoleon rocked back in his chair, affecting a posture of casual interest. Beneath the table, his nimble fingers slipped the safety off his Walther. “Well, well, as I live and breathe. Look, Illya, it's Harry Beldon.”

'Live and breathe?'” The apparition laughed. “Not for long, Mr. Solo. I promise you, not for long.”

Read more... )

[identity profile] avery11.livejournal.com
...a wee bit of Celtic music to lull you to sleep.

[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
Venice becomes the partners, and no one does any setting better than [livejournal.com profile] avery11; nor the agents in them. In Death In Venice the action is great, and the villain outstanding.
[identity profile] avery11.livejournal.com
At Glennagirl's request, here's the first story I ever wrote. It was my "thank you" for all the wonderful stories I'd been reading in the months after I discovered MFU fan fiction. Six year later, and I'm still in awe of all the talent here among the Cousins, and feeling very, very lucky to have found you all.

The Kindness Of Strangers

She kept to the shadows, her thin frame pressed against the filthy brick wall of the building as she edged her way down the alley.  Dead leaves and odd bits of trash skittered about her feet, buffeted by the icy November wind as it blew in off the bay.  It had snowed earlier in the day, and more was predicted for the evening rush hour.  Shivering, the girl clutched the grimy edges of her cotton jacket closer for warmth, wishing for the thousandth time that she'd thought to bring a heavier coat. And hat. Gloves. Money.

Read on. Link takes you to AO3http://archiveofourown.org/works/444537

[identity profile] avery11.livejournal.com
Author: Avery11
Genre: Gen

(This is Part 1 of a three-part series. It may be awhile before I have the time to write Parts 2 and 3, so please be patient They will get written, I promise.)

Farewell Tour

Part I

Illya stared down at the document before him. A single sheet of paper, three short sentences. A bold line at the bottom, awaiting his signature. His vision blurred; he blinked to clear it.

Second thoughts?” Olivia Dancer's warm brown eyes studied him from across the table. “If you need more time, sir –?”

So like her mother. “No.” He signed the document with a flourish, and spun the completed paperwork around the conference table, officially closing a chapter in his life. He sat back, feeling an impossible weight lift off his shoulders.

Read more... )
[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
This lovely story is evocative of the Spring we've been waiting for, light and lyrical with just the right dose of Kuryakin.  Settle in for a very nice read of this story from [livejournal.com profile] avery11.

Intermezzo on AO3

artwork from the story...
[identity profile] alynwa.livejournal.com
In keeping with my personal supernatural October, I recommend this frightening tale by Avery11.  I had posted a link to it earlier this week, but it was suggested by Lindafishes that I put it here, too.  The link takes you to AO3.

The Wild Hunt
[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
A discussion queried whether the Fifteen Years Later Affair was canon, so I remembered a few alternatives. Among the very best is [livejournal.com profile] avery11's Beneath , which is an alternative FYLA.
[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
This time last year we were all prepping for the big 50th Anniversary events, including the mini-bang that was an all out, literary and artistic success.  This entry from [livejournal.com profile] avery11 takes us back to Illya's early life while still in the Soviet Union.  Poignant and affirming, this is an endearing episode in the life of our Russian.
Uncle Boris' Kitchen on AO3
[identity profile] laurose8.livejournal.com
This must be the only fandom which considers a new plague good news. I consider [livejournal.com profile] avery11's The Trouble With Amphibians the cutest plague.
[identity profile] avery11.livejournal.com
I haven't had a chance to write anything new, so I'll repost an old fic set on a snowy Christmas Eve in Paris. The story was one that Svetlanacat especially liked. Link takes you to AO3:

Link: http://archiveofourown.org/works/444547

A Snowy Evening

by Avery11

A Snowy Evening


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