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    A Lost Sheepy

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    Springfield, MO
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  1. cehammock

    Sentinals

    I liked this story very much. I wish it had gotten more likes and comments. I started a story like this several years ago, except my characters were monks. I never finished it. I have a feeling there is not much of an audience for these kinds of stories.
  2. I was thinking of a scene that reenacted Lucifer's temptations of Jesus, but in a modem gay setting. But including Judas is a good idea.
  3. Exactly, I was thinking something along the same lines. My Jesus is disenchanted and in hiding. He only comes out of hiding because Castiel finds him. Jesus is morning his lost lover Lazareth and feels abandoned by Chuck. He is cynical and agrees to help Cas to gain Dean's romantic attention. I had not thought about Judas. That would be such an interesting twist. I don't was to get too cosmic, that might be a story for later, so for now Jesus is just gay. I am actually working on two different stories. The Jesus story is set after Dean and Cas's big fight at the end of 15x3. When Cas
  4. What I have in mind happens after 15X19 catches up with 15X20 except Dean does not die and ends with a spinoff of Supernatural the next generation with Sam and Dean's children. I had not given any thought to including Bobby. I know I want Gabriel to come back, but I don't have any ideas for Adam/Michael or Nick/Lucifer. You have some good ideas for them. I think you need to write those stories. I will definitely read them., I might need a beta reader when I have everything put together and someone can tell me if it makes sense. I am curious what you had in mind for from Eastern
  5. Actually, we don't know this. Jack has only been God for one episode, and his father was Satan after all. He could be corrupted. Amara will have to look after him. I know he is suppose to be a Christ figure, but I would have rather the show just have Jesus himself as a character in it finally season. That would have been cool. Part of writing a romantic Dean/Cas fanfiction is to finally let Dean confront his messed up psychology and finally have a fulfilled romantic relationship for one, with Cas of course. The only fanfiction I am interested in in Dean/Cas. They are fully
  6. I hated the series finale. I feel like I need to write my own ending. My scenario does culminate with both Sam and Dean having children of their own, which sets up the spinoff of Supernatural the next generation with Dean and Sam the kids. Before that can happen, Dean and Cas have to be reunited, Dean has to avoid dying, and they have a baby. Sam marries Eileen, and Chuck tries to get his powers back. Jesus might show up. Then the next generation can go hunting, just as you suggested. Also, I don't like Lovecraft and I don't follow the whole Marvel/DC comics/movies, so I have no idea
  7. When I was first thinking about M/M tropes I was thinking about them primarily in terms of heterosexual romance as opposed to gay fiction, so when I read that some people considered certain tropes to be female and others to be male, in terms of representing the people's experiences, that seems like a potential new way to give my thinking nuance or it might be misdirected. I am still interested in what people think. I do wonder if there are tropes that could be specifically labeled as male or female, as if men and women, or gay or straight people, would have mutually exclusive experiences or
  8. I am happy to hear that some people do not consider MPreg to be a specifically female trope. I have a feeling that Dean might end up pregnant at the end of my story, but with a more manly response, and less sexualized. After all Dean has always been the more nurturing one, so I feel like he deserves a baby of his own. And this is Supernatural after all, so it could happen. Dean's not going to like it! I hope that revelation does not scare away any potential readers. I have also become a sucker for all those Alpha/Omega "Werewolf, supernatural, dominant/submissive" fanfiction tropes.
  9. I asked this question on a different thread, and one of you messaged me and suggested I start a new thread since my question was a bit off topic from what fanfiction universe you would write in, so I started a this new thread. If I did this wrong, I am relying on the administrators to fix my screw up. Here was my original question. Several comments on this thread alluded to the possibility (probably true) that women white M/M romance for other women that reflect a female point of view, and that gay men are often turned off by these perspectives, because they do not reflect their own roman
  10. Several comments on this thread of alluded to the possibility (probably true) that women white M/M romance for other women that reflect a female point of view, and that gay men are often turned off by these perspectives, because they do not reflect their own romantic/sexual experiences. This got me thinking. What are some of the tropes of M/M romance that reflect women's interests? And what would be some M/M romance tropes that would reflect a male perspective, particularly the point of view of gay men? Anyone have any ideas or comments? I am working on my own M/M fiction, and I would like
  11. Dean sat inside in the galley slowly chewing on burnt bacon while rubbing his temples after his long night of drinking. His bottle of whiskey was empty and his buzz was wearing off. Soon a headache would be coming and he could collapse into an exhausted sleep. He crumbled the remaining pieces of bacon and threw the meat on the floor for the dog to eat. He didn't have the stomach to swallow the scrambled eggs he cooked, so he held out the plate for the dog to lick and gobble down the yellow clumps as well. “Don't feed the dog off the plate,” said Sam as he walked into the galley. D
  12. Several comments on this thread of alluded to the possibility (probably true) that women white M/M romance for other women that reflect a female point of view, and that gay men are often turned off by these perspectives, because they do not reflect their own romantic/sexual experiences. This got me thinking. What are some of the tropes of M/M romance that reflect women's interests? And what would be some M/M romance tropes that would reflect a male perspective, particularly the point of view of gay men? Anyone have any ideas or comments? I am working on my own M/M fiction, and I would like
  13. Dean fell asleep with the lamp on. The solitary lamp cast Dean's room in a dim warm glow. Room eleven of the bunker, where Dean built his nest, was the first place he had been able to settle down after many years on the road with his younger brother Sam, living in cheap hotel rooms with double beds. Now he had his own space and room for more possessions than he could fit in the trunk of the Impala. On the ledge above his bed, he set out the few family photos he salvaged from his youth, adding to them pictures of his new family: his mom, recently lost to him again, his beloved brother Sam now a
  14. This is my attempt to redeem the terrible and tragic ending of the series finale (15×20) of Supernatural by continuing the story into the next season, as an epilogue. My story seeks to save Dean, rescue Castiel from the Empty, check in on Chuck as a human, reunite Dean and Cas, and give Sam and Dean the happy ending they should have had. Destiel shall be canon. This story is also being posted to me personal website where you can read about my excessive, over the top reaction to the ending of this long running show. I was a basket case. Click the link below. https://ceh3167.wordpress.com/my-s
  15. Nick spent too much time on the Internet when he should have been packing to move. On the floor lay moving boxes that needed to be filled with books. Why was he even keeping them? No one would read them after he was gone. He didn’t want to leave his small cozy apartment behind that he decorated with fabric panels to give the impression of artworks and bookcases to project a sense of intellect. He felt too tired and resistant to get started, so he killed too much time chatting with friends to put off the inevitable. He leaned back in the desk chair feeling shame run through his limbs. He s
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