Author has written 34 stories for Supernatural.
GIVEAWAY! I'm currently hosting a giveaway on my Facebook page where you can win a free copy of my new young adult paranormal romance novel, WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. It's my way of saying thanks to the writers and readers of this site who've been so supportive. Check it out here: Facebook Giveaway. UPDATE: The giveaway has ended. Check out my Facebook page for the announcement of winners. Thanks to everyone who participated!
UPDATE: The wonderful writers and readers on this site—all of you!—have been so supportive of my writing. Because of your encouragement, I was able to pursue my dream and have just published my first novel, a young adult paranormal romance. I hope you'll take a look and let me know what you think: What Dreams May Come by Beth M. Honeycutt. I also have an official author page set up on Facebook where I'll discuss my novels as I release them: Beth M. Honeycutt Facebook page. If you check out the novel, make sure to read the Acknowledgements page--you're all mentioned there. I couldn't have done it without this wonderful community!
To those who have added me and my stories to their favorites or alerts, those who have taken the time to read, those who have voted for me in the People’s Choice Awards and other awards, and those who have left reviews on my stories—thank you!! Your feedback and support are invaluable. I am thankful for each one of you! Special thanks to all those who nominated and voted for me for The Gamble: Best Writer and The Carver: Best New Writer awards in the 2009 Unscripted Genius Awards! I was runner up for The Carver award.
Here’s an overview of the stories I’ve written so far:
Parenting Your Gifted Child When Sam and Dean re-visit their dad's storage container, Sam makes an unexpected discovery that sheds some light on their childhood. Set early season 3. Thank you to the wonderful individual who nominated this story for the 2008 SNFA People's Choice Awards and thanks to all those who voted for it!
Thanksgiving, Winchester Style or, The Importance of Pie A series of one-shots centered around a common theme, showing important Thanksgivings the Winchesters have experienced. Showcases the boys’ bond through the years, as they become the men they are today. Each chapter is the complete story of a different Thanksgiving and can be read as a stand-alone, but you will get more out of the series if you read them all in order. A little of everything is in here—hurt/comfort, fluff, angst, action/adventure, drama, humor, John/Mary romance, Sam/Jess romance, Bobby, but mostly tons of brotherly moments. Includes wee!Chester, teen!Chester, and current ages. WINNER of the 2009 Unscripted Genius Award for best wee!Chester story. Thanks to everyone who voted for it!
The Silences Between Sometimes silence speaks louder than words. A series of vignettes including wee!Chester and current ages. Published in Blood Brothers 3 fan zine. PM me for information on how to purchase a copy. I’ll post it here in June of 2010.
The Soul Collector When a hunt goes wrong and Dean is taken, Sam is faced with an unimaginable choice between the family he’s lost and the family he never got to have. Set mid season 3. In progress.
Not So Drunk as You Think I Am The boys are investigating mysterious disappearances in logging country. Is there something supernatural in the woods? Is that what’s taken Dean? Sam has a brother to find. A story written in weekly installments for the E/O drabble challenge.
Always With You He awoke, injured and with no memory of who he was or how he’d gotten there. All he had to go on were nightmares of a hunter he’d been trying desperately to save. But were they nightmares…or were they memories? And who was the hunter in his dreams? Nominated for “Best Villain” in the 2009 Unscripted Genius Awards. Thanks to all those who voted for it!
The Power of Suggestion A simple hunt at a fair has some unexpected consequences for Sam and Dean. Or does it? Humor.
The Power of Duct Tape Loose sequel to “The Power of Suggestion,” but can be read as a stand-alone, too. With Sam exhibiting symptoms that may or may not result from a gypsy curse, it’s up to Dean to take care of him, in his own big brother way. Humor.
The Things That Remain Not everything was destroyed in the fire. A Father’s Day story.
Touched by Fire Dean Winchester's whole life had been shaped by fire. A trio of times Dean has saved Sam from the flames.
Turbulence Dean Winchester and airplanes just do NOT mix! A little humor with panicky!Dean and steady!Sam.
Truth or Dare When Sam goes camping with some friends, an innocent game brings up feelings he’s been trying to suppress about the brother he left behind. Stanford era.
Passin’ the Stone Dean comes up against a foe no weapon in his arsenal can vanquish. hurt!sick!Dean, comforting!Sam
Frozen in Memory When a nasty poltergeist traps Dean in an underground icehouse, it’s up to Sam to save his brother before it’s too late. Then he just has to get him warm again. It'll take all of his little brother skills to do it. hypothermic!Dean, protective!caring!Sam
Just Like My Big Brother A look at what Sammy really thinks about his big brother as they’re growing up. Most of the story is wee!Chester, but the end is set during Season 3, where it ties into a missing scene from “Fresh Blood.”
Big Brother to the Rescue Large or small, when Sammy Winchester has a problem, there’s always one person who can make it better. A little bit of fluffy, brotherly schmoop, wee!Chester style.
Big Shoes to Fill Each of the Winchester boys has someone he looks up to. wee!chester and teen!chester
Life’s Lessons Series
Life's Lessons: Evil Doesn't Stand a Chance Lesson 1: When facing a deadly foe, always have your brother at your back. Fluffy, brotherly schmoop, wee!Chester style.
Life's Lessons: By Your Side Lesson 3: When the worst happens, it all comes down to who’s by your side. Sammy’s sick and all he wants is his big brother. wee!Chester
Life’s Lessons: Take One for the Team Lesson 4: Sometimes being a good brother means making the ultimate sacrifice. Sammy doesn’t want to take a nap; Dean does what any good brother would. wee!Chester brotherly moment Nominated for “Best Wee!chester” story in the 2009 Unscripted Genius Awards. Thanks to all those who voted for it!
Life’s Lessons: Better to Give Lesson 5: It’s the things we give away that matter the most. It’s Christmas, and Dean wants to give Sammy a special present. A brotherly moment, wee!Chester style, written for a fic exchange.