September 29th, 2017

  • sunalso

Fic: Headache [1/1]

Title: Headache
Author: sunalso
Rating: NC-17
Word count: 592
Setting: S2 immediately post School Hard
Summary: Buffy has always made Spike's head hurt
Warnings: adult language, sexual situations

A/N: Thank you to Gort for the beta! This is just an itty-bitty thing, but if you want, you can squint at it and it fits into the Doomverse. Also, I'm going with the headcanon that Buffy was on her period in School Hard.

Thank you mods for hosting this little celebration and cheers everyone on 20 years of Spike! :-D

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School Hard poetry kits (Not a Spectator Sport)

Title: Not a Spectator Sport
Creator: thenewbuzwuzz
Setting: School Hard (as material), indeterminate (as actual setting)
Rating: PG-13 (potentially)

Notes: Okay, I'm opening, but I'm opening with a thing that people can participate in.
You know how I sometimes mutilate shooting scripts? This isn't one of those times. This time, I invite *you* to mess with a transcript. Instructions are under the cut.

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  • rebcake

Fic rec: Not In The Brochure

Voilá! A ficlet set in Chosen that calls back (urgently) to School Hard. It's Spuffy, but more accurately Spuffy-adjacent.

Title: Not In The Brochure
Beer Good Foamy
Word count: 600
Pairing: Buffy/Spike... sort of
Summary: It's the end of "Chosen." Spike is burning up in the Hellmouth, and Buffy's holding on to his hand, unable to let him go without telling him... except Spike has something to tell her, too. And it concerns her mother.

The above link will take you to the author's site on Dreamwidth. Enjoy.
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  • gillo

School Hard anniversary fic

Not something I could miss - the beginning of it all for the Spuffy-inclined amongst us. In honour of the occasion this fic is new.

Juliet Mills, daughter of Sir John, sister of Hayley, was in the film Avanti! in 1972, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. She later went on to play the role of Tabitha in Passions. Spike couldn't have watched the soap in 1997, as it started in 1999, but I liked the idea of a little shout-out.

All belongs to Joss, but he did say we could play with his toys.
Rating - R for language (It's Spike), but otherwise PG13.
437 words
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