Characters: Dean (POV), Sam (POV)
Word Count: 1540
Summary: If shame had a face it would be mine, but if it had a home it would be your eyes.
Notes: “Shame” follows the last scene of the episode 9×13. First person talk, each brother’s POV. The quote of Shame is inspired by the song “Sick Carousel – Lifehouse.
What can I say? The end of “Sharp Teeth” left a bad taste in my mouth. I’d like to think that this is how things might have gone the next morning if the boys weren’t so emotionally constipated and inarticulate these days.
“I don’t get it …” Sam stopped and drummed his fingers on his denim-clad knee. He didn’t need to look across the Impala to know he had Dean’s attention. He could feel his brother’s eyes on him.
“What?” Dean asked. (more…)
I really like this one. Sammy uses his big-ass brain, and there’s not enough of that on the show these days.
Who Says Brother
Word Count: 4k
Characters: Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester
Other: Written for Safiya’s prompt
Summary: After a series of hunts gone wrong, inexplicably made right again, Sam starts to come to some conclusions. A Season Nine quicktime fic.
Author’s Notes: In flower terms, Bittersweet = truth, Lavender = constancy.
Summary: For the prompt “ANYTHING AT ALL in which an outsider targets a post-hell or post-purgatory Dean as recently returned from active duty military.” I’m not sure if this is what you had in mind, but I hope you like it anyway! Takes place between 8.09 “Citizen Fang” and 8.10 “Torn and Frayed.”
Length: 1494 words
Warnings: Spoilers for 8.23
Author’s Notes: For this prompt: Depowered Lucifer or Gabriel, or really any angel (not Cas) depowered and having to deal with that heartache. I don’t think a heartbroken Gabriel occurs to many of us, but I loved the idea, and happily, my muse cooperated!
Summary: The morning after The Great Fall, Gabriel (who’s once again in his own private Witness Protection Program) ponders what his life has become, and what lies ahead.
Because Carver didn’t give us satisfying answers to what really happened to Sam when Dean and Castiel disappeared with Dick Roman, there’s lots of speculation. This an interesting little crossover with Criminal Minds, and who doesn’t love seeing a Winchester get interrogated.
swerve (swûrv): to cause to turn aside or deviate: an abrupt change of direction.
During the year Dean’s in Purgatory, Sam ends up back in FBI custody.