December 27th, 2011

Criminal Minds Prentiss

Seeing the Same

Title: Seeing the Same
Author: jaune_chat
Fandoms: Criminal Minds/Supernatural
Characters Emily Prentiss, Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester
Pairings: slight Dean/Emily
Rating: PG-13
Word count: 3,014
Spoilers: Vague S5 for Criminal Minds, S3 for Supernatural
Warnings: Descriptions of violence
Disclaimer: Criminal Minds and Supernatural belong to their respective creators, who are not me.
A/N: Thanks to brighteyed_jill for betaing.

Summary: Emily Prentiss receives an e-mail from a dead man that changes how she sees the world around her.

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Sherlock is vulnerable

The Case of the Empty Eyes

Title: The Case of the Empty Eyes
Author: jaune_chat
Fandoms: Sherlock/Fringe
Characters Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson, Dr. Walter Bishop, Olivia Dunham, Lincoln Lee, Astrid Farnsworth
Rating: PG-13
Word count: 6,165
Spoilers: Early S4 for Fringe, S1 for Sherlock
Warnings: Some gruesome medical descriptions (nothing worse than you’ve seen on Fringe), discussion of mental illness and treatment thereof
Disclaimer: Fringe is Fox’s and Sherlock belongs to Mr. Doyle, not I!
A/N: Thanks to etoiledunord for betaing and making it a whole lot better!

Summary: A case in London leads Sherlock to needing a consult from one Dr. Walter Bishop, a man he met in less than ideal circumstances.

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Criminal Minds Reid

Memories of Future Past Times

Title: Memories of Future Past Times
Author: jaune_chat
Fandoms: Criminal Minds/Doctor Who
Characters Spencer Reid, Penelope Garcia, Aaron Hotchner, Derek Morgan, The Doctor (Eleven)
Rating: PG
Word count: 2,103
Spoilers: S6-ish for Dr. Who (though really all you need to have seen is the S3 episode "Blink"), very vague S6 for Criminal Minds
Warnings: Kidnapping, internal monologues about mental illness
Disclaimer: Doctor Who and Criminal Minds belong to their respective creators, who are not me.
A/N: Thanks to etoiledunord for betaing!

Summary: Spencer Reid finds something he doesn’t remember, in a book he knows by heart, relating to a case close to hand. Does he dare trust an unfamiliar memory when a girl’s life is on the line?

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