Hullo. I've lurked around numerous fandoms in the past, and wish that I could come up with a concrete reason that it was the A-Team, of all things, that drew me out. I saw the movie after sitting the bar exam, and found it to be just completely ridiculous - and just ripe for slashing. Reviews that talked about it being hyper-masculine and testosterone-fueled made me giggle, because it was, but not in that way. I'm also a huge True Blood fan (and solidly on Team Eric, because, come on, really?) - and have always been one of those girls who was interested in all the scifi/nerdy stuff but totally kept it to myself - except that one Halloween where I went as Dr. Beverley Crusher.
Currently I am 'shipping and slashing Face/Murdock (from the A-Team) almost compulsively when I know I should be editing and working on real life projects, but there's something about these two characters - in both canon and as taken by the fanon - that is so compelling to me. In order to keep things straight, here's a loose chronology/how the stories fit together:
-Definitely Awake, set the night after their presumed escape after the end of the movie.
-Eton Stripe, the first mission after their escape.
-Some Kind of Commodities, set roughly a month later as the A-Team aids a pickle heiress
-Finesse Player, set a week or so later, as the A-Team heads upstate in February.
I didn't intend for it to turn into a series - it all started with some one-shots when I was inspired over at the kink-meme. But then I found this was a story I really wanted to tell - so needless to say there's more to come, including a big bang.
My Live Journal is here, which features fiction from this and potentially other genres. Additionally, if you like what I've written, stop over to the ateam kink meme (currently 6000+ posts strong!) there are a lot of great writers who regularly contribute, and there's a mix of serious/angst, romance, crack and ridiculous kink to make anyone grin.