dalegardener: Lantern-style streetlight against pale sky (Default)
This was written for the S&H Big Bang. Many thanks to Flamingo and [livejournal.com profile] dipslikeramon for organising and to Kat/[livejournal.com profile] sc_fossil for beta.

There is beautiful (and bandwidth demanding) artwork under the cut by Sonja, aka [livejournal.com profile] zebra_three. I am delighted that she picked my project to illustrate.

A Gaslight Friendship, 24,700 words. This story is suitable for older teen and adult readers because of scenes of violence and sex. Starsky/Hutch, past Hutch/Jack Mitchell. Alternate universe. Oh, yeah, and I took a stab at the omniscient viewpoint here. There are a few thoughts on writing the story at the end of the entry.

In early Victorian London, Dr Kenneth Hutchinson meets David Starsky, an actor. A close friendship soon develops, but Starsky is unsure what to make of Hutch's friend, Jack Mitchell, and the disturbing events that follow his arrival.

A Gaslight Friendship )
dalegardener: (Starsky and Hutch 2)
This is just two old guys in love having breakfast together, but I suspect that readers may not necessarily like me at the end of it.

1300 words, future-fic, mild slash implied

The Important Things )
dalegardener: (Starsky and Hutch 2)
I wrote this story for Nicol Tyler for the 2010 Secret Santa in the Starsky & Hutch Me and Thee list community. Thank you to Dawn for the beta work.

Gen, 1024 words, nothing bothersome should be herein. Starsky and Hutch have pizza and deep thoughts at the beach.
The Philosophers )
dalegardener: A terrified young woman from the cover of a classic horror comic (Spook Me)
[personal profile] spook_me is a Halloween challenge and I'm so pleased to have written a Starsky and Hutch story for it. The banner is by [personal profile] neevebrody


This story is one of those 'the author chooses not to warn' deals. Please read at your own discretion. 4,700 words, gen, mild horror themes. Besides the story, at the bottom of the page under the cut is the information about my prompt and the two comic book covers that were used as additional prompts this year. I used one of them.

Many thanks are owed to Nico for a general beta, and to Judy and Nico both for ensuring that I didn't embarrass myself in the last section of this story.

Summary: "You son of a bitch!" Starsky crows. The little watering can hits the floor with a plastic clatter. "Hutch,where the hell have you been?"

Cold Hands, Warm Heart )

My prompts )
dalegardener: (Starsky and Hutch 2)
A slash epilogue to Bloodbath, which is an episode that continues to obsess me. 3065 words, mature concepts, sex, profanity.
Small Rituals )


Jul. 20th, 2010 04:15 pm
dalegardener: Illustration of black and white cats with broken plant pot (Cats)
This was written for the Me and Thee 1000 comm on LJ, to the prompt 'whumpage'. I suppose it's possible that I've accidentally lampooned some actual fanfic story situation or theme in here. If so, I do promise it was accidental. :0)

Starsky/Hutch, mild sexual references, spoilers for various episodes, 856 words.
Whumpage )
dalegardener: Starsky and Hutch, a famous hug from the episode The Fix (The Fix)
Slash, 500 words, sexually explicit.

I wrote this after bingeing on the start of series two - Murder at Sea, Vendetta and Gillian all combined to produced this bit of PWP.

Sweat )
dalegardener: Illustration of black and white cats with broken plant pot (Cats)
Written for Me and Thee 1000 on LJ. Gen, 600 words, mild profanity. The guys are doing a stake-out on a dark and stormy night.

Climatically Speaking )
dalegardener: Starsky and Hutch, smiling, monochrome pic (Starsky and Hutch)
This is rough, being my first go at these two characters, but you have to start somewhere. The idea was inspired by this post at the starsky_hutch comm at Livejournal

Starsky and Hutch, slash, 555 words, nothing explicit here.
Same Old )


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