July 20th, 2012

xmen: erik&charles1 steps

Chat!

Morning all! It's the Friday boost for the chatroom, so just open the chat up if you get there before me, and have fun. :)

I think some folks are thinking that the chat is only open on Fridays – it isn't, though that's when it gets advertised/hosted for largely traditional reasons dating back to when kaitlia777 started the first community chatroom last year. Seriously, if anybody wants to use it at any time, go for it. If there's nobody else there, wait a bit and someone else may well show up (I generally have the chat up in the background if I'm online).

From a web browser, go to: chat.mibbit.com, enter your preferred nickname and go to channel #xmfc_chat

If you prefer to set up a channel in a chat client, the server is irc.uk.mibbit.net, no password; just point it (via "join a chat" or equivalent) at the channel as above and you should find us!
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fic: the beats of my heart that I gave you

Have some short Erik/Charles fluff! With building of bookshelves! Written rather belatedly (sorry!) for the birthday of speak_me_fair, who deserves nice things always.

Title: The Beats Of My Heart That I Gave You
Author: luninosity
Rating: PG-13 for some implied sex and one use of the f-word
Word Count: 3,377
Disclaimers: characters belong to Marvel, not me; only doing this out of affection. Title from the Foo Fighters, as ever; this time, “Dear Lover”
Summary: birthday fic for speak_me_fair; there was mention of bookshelves, and this is what appeared. Early days at the mansion, fluff, hurt/comfort, happy endings.


Link to fic at my LJ here

[actor] keira mustache

new fic: put out the lamp when thou wishest (NC-17, 3500 words)

Title: put out the lamp when thou wishest
Author: pearl_o
Pairing: Erik/Charles
Rating: NC-17
Content notes: Sex slavery (references to dubcon, past abuse); still powered AU
Summary: There are many things Erik finds curious about his new owner, but curiosity's never been a particularly useful emotion for him.

LINK: http://pearl-o.livejournal.com/1288380.html