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2010 Story Roundup

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So, with only 19 fics, 2010 was kind of a non-writing year for me. Mostly because of the way NCIS is progressing on screen. I haven't even been watching this season after the first few eps. Then there was my parents house fire which derailed several long fics I was working on. Hopefully I can revisit those this year.

Total Fic Count for 2010: 19 stories

Total Word Count: 27,104 words
Longest Story: 5,332 words
Shortest Story: 100 words

Fandoms
19 NCIS
01 Supernatural

Type
01 Crossover
18 Pure Fandom

Genre
02 Gen
16 Slash / Pre-Slash
01 Threesome & More

Rating
10 FR13
02 FR15
02 FR18
05 FR21


January 2010
6 Stories

(01) Eight Years of Devotion (NCIS) FR15; Pre-Slash/Slash
Word Count: 800
Summary: On the eighth day of Christmas, eight years of devotion culminated into a decision.

(02) Nine Resolutions (NCIS) FR13; Pre-Slash/Slash
Word Count: 900
Summary: On the ninth day of Christmas, nine resolutions were made by the team.

(03) Ten, the Year of the Tiger (NCIS) FR13; Pre-Slash/Slash
Word Count: 1,000
Summary: On the tenth day of Christmas, ten was the year of the tiger and Tony was ready to meet the challenge.

(04) Eleven O'Clock Showdown (NCIS) FR15; Slash
Word Count: 1,100
Summary: On the eleventh day of Christmas, an eleven o'clock showdown was about to occur.

(05) Twelve is a Broken Rule (NCIS) FR21; Slash
Word Count: 1,200
Summary: On the twelfth day of Christmas, twelve is a broken rule in Gibbs' book.

(06) Choose Your Team (NCIS) FR21; Slash
Word Count: 889
Summary: Tony gives Gibbs a little lesson in Twilight 101, but just who is teaching whom?


February 2010
2 Stories

(07) Heaven, Hell and Tomorrow (NCIS; Supernatural) FR21; Slash
Word Count: 3,881
Summary: When a case with two dead Marines leads to the FBI and one of their most wanted, Tony finds himself undercover and in way over his head.

(08) New Twist, Old Routine (NCIS) FR13; Gen
Word Count: 1,000
Summary: They never planned it out. It just kept happening year after year.


March 2010
3 Stories

(09) The Line (NCIS) FR13; Slash
Word Count: 200
Summary: Certain lines should never be crossed.

(10) Nowhere to Run (NCIS) FR13; Pre-Slash/Slash
Word Count: 485
Summary: South America was supposed to be a safe haven for him.

(11) Trapped in the Torture Chamber (NCIS) FR13; Pre-Slash
Word Count: 455
Summary: Torture can take many forms.


April 2010
0 Stories


May 2010
1 Story

(12) Operation: Muse. Inflitrate, Rescue, and Return. (NCIS) FR13; Pre-Slash
Word Count: 2,866
Summary: When a muse disappears, Gibbs is called on to rescue her while giving Tony a crash course in the ways of teleportation.


June 2010
0 Stories


July 2010
0 Stories


August 2010
0 Stories


September 2010
0 Stories


October 2010
3 Stories

(13) Mike Wazowski (NCIS) FR13; Slash
Word Count: 100
Summary: Being in the spotlight isn't always necessary.

(14) Poker Night (NCIS) FR21; Slash / Threesome
Word Count: 1,500
Summary: Tony loved poker night.

(15) The Times, They Are A Changin' (NCIS) FR13; Gen
Word Count: 1,873
Summary: The light lasted only five seconds, but in those five seconds, everyone changed.


November 2010
1 Story

(16) When Life Returns (NCIS) FR18; Slash
Word Count: 312
Summary: Sex is like air. It's only a big deal if you can't get any.


December 2010
3 Stories

(17) Finding the Spirit (NCIS) FR18; Slash
Word Count: 5,332
Summary: Gibbs spends a night with three visitors to find the Christmas spirit buried deep within him.

(18) Five Reasons He's Not an Agent (NCIS) FR13-FR21; Gen/Slash
Word Count: 1,500
Summary: Five times the world was never blessed with a Very Special Agent named Tony DiNozzo.

(19) A Little Care Goes a Long Way (NCIS) FR13; Slash
Word Count: 1,711
Summary: Care packages at Christmas will always brighten the recipient's day. But what about twenty years down the road?

Comments

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taylorgibbs
Jan. 2nd, 2011 01:18 am (UTC)
Many hugs! How are your folks doing??

I hope to read a lot more from you this year!
kaylashay
Jan. 2nd, 2011 01:27 am (UTC)
They're getting there... They're still arranging in the new place and will be for some time to come. Still have many things from the old house boxed up to sort through as well.

Callie is living her second childhood I think. Although she reverted back to her crying stage she had when she was younger which can get annoying. She also has a toy mouse army that she migrates from the floor to bed with my mom every night.

They just got one last check from the insurance company for living expenses and debris cleanup. If the fire department gives them a bill, then they can get one more check to cover that. But the fire department hasn't, any of the ones that responded, all of which are volunteer.

I hope to get some of my long fics finished this year. I have Slave!Gibbs, Vamp!NCIS, Brothers and I think there's one more floating around on my computer. I also want finish some of the prompt requests I've taken and never finished. Oh! And Xanthe's Haiti fic needs to be finished. So there are fics in the works. :-)
taylorgibbs
Jan. 2nd, 2011 02:01 am (UTC)
I'm glad they're taking steps forward. I can't imagine how hard it has been on them...and on Callie too! The toy mouse army is too cute and touching.

Do volunteer fire departments bill? I had no idea!

YAY! Fics to be finished :)
kaylashay
Jan. 2nd, 2011 02:07 am (UTC)
Do volunteer fire departments bill? I had no idea!

It's based on the area I think. I think where my parents are at, they don't have to, but if the ones involve say that insurance will cover x-amount, they will so they can recoup some money. My parents are in a very poor economic area, so the volunteer people don't get much money raised. My mom was going to have my dad remind one of them that the insurance would pay some and to give them a bill.

Near me is where that one family lost their house and the fire department couldn't respond from the nearest town because the family lived outside the limit and didn't pay their $75 fee to have fire service. At least my parents had 4-5 stations respond.
taylorgibbs
Jan. 2nd, 2011 02:15 am (UTC)
Oh gosh, now that you mention it I *do* remember that news story.

Please tell us if fandom can help.
kaylashay
Jan. 2nd, 2011 02:22 am (UTC)
There was actually just another one that happened to as well. Although she didn't fault the fire department since she knew she didn't pay and knew they were following the law that her county had set. I think they managed to get it out themselves and didn't lose everything too.

They are all several counties away from me. It was strange seeing it in the local news and then days later seeing it go national.

The way those counties are set up, if a person lives out in the county away from the town, the county doesn't have a fire service or volunteers. But the town sets up a deal that if the people outside pay $x per year, then they will respond if asked to. Some have it set where they will respond even if they didn't pay, but the people they respond to will have to pay more than they would have if they'd paid the yearly fee. But the one from that news story had they're law set where 'no pay = no service' period.
taylorgibbs
Jan. 2nd, 2011 02:25 am (UTC)
Ahhh I understand. I'm at the edges of my county, and we have a volunteer fire department supplemented by the county. But our taxes pay for that.

I really feel for all involved.
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