nebroadwe: Write write write edit edit edit edit edit & post. (Writer)
Title: An Inconvenient Season, Part 3
Fandom: FMA (manga version)
Character(s): Ed, Winry and a special guest villain
Pairing(s): Ed/Winry
Word Count: ~3200 (for this part; ~8900 overall thus far)
Rating: PG-13 (for language and violence)
Warnings: None, as long as you've kept up with Viz's English translation. Takes place in an imagined future seven years after the end of the series.
A/N: Part three of a four-part novella I drafted as an entry in the 2008 Ed/Winry Fire and Ice Challenge, but was unable to complete in time. (Part 1 may be found here and part 2 here.) Previously on An Inconvenient Season, a thuggish individual broke into the West City automail clinic where Winry was working alone; Ed, noticing something amiss as he came to pick her up, has just charged to her rescue. Concrit welcomed with pitons and nylon rope to haul everyone up off that cliff where they've been dangling. Crossposted from [livejournal.com profile] nebroadwe to Höllenbeck (i.e. [livejournal.com profile] hagaren_manga, [livejournal.com profile] fm_alchemist, [livejournal.com profile] fma_het, [livejournal.com profile] ed_winry, [livejournal.com profile] fma_writers and [livejournal.com profile] fma_fiction).
Dedication(s): For my father, who advised me that villains never fight fair.



A door slammed. The maid screamed ... )
nebroadwe: Write write write edit edit edit edit edit & post. (Writer)
Title: An Inconvenient Season, Part 2
Fandom: FMA (manga version)
Character(s): Ed, Winry and a special guest
Pairing(s): Ed/Winry
Word Count: ~2700 (for this part; ~5700 total thus far)
Rating: PG-13 (eventually, for language and what I hope will be an exciting action sequence)
Warnings: None, as long as you've kept up with Viz's English translation. Takes place in an imagined future seven years after the end of the series.
A/N: Part two of a novella I first conceived as an entry in the 2008 Ed/Winry Fire and Ice Challenge, but was unable to complete in time. (Part 1 may be found here.) When we last left our heroes, Winry had just encountered an unpleasant intruder in the West City automail clinic where she works, but don't expect an immediate resolution to her plight. I believe in cliffhangers with the passion of a thousand skull-crushing hailstorms. Concrit welcomed with an Kevlar-reinforced umbrella. Crossposted from [livejournal.com profile] nebroadwe to Höllenbeck (i.e. [livejournal.com profile] hagaren_manga, [livejournal.com profile] fm_alchemist, [livejournal.com profile] fma_het, [livejournal.com profile] ed_winry, [livejournal.com profile] fma_writers and [livejournal.com profile] fma_fiction).
Dedication(s): For my father, who advised me that villains never fight fair.



It was still a dark and stormy night ... )
nebroadwe: Write write write edit edit edit edit edit & post. (Writer)
Title: An Inconvenient Season, Part 1
Fandom: FMA (manga version)
Character(s): Winry and a special guest; Ed, too, eventually
Pairing(s): Ed/Winry
Word Count: ~3000 (for this part)
Rating: PG-13 (eventually, for language and what I hope will be an exciting action sequence)
Warnings: None, as long as you've kept up with Viz's English translation. Takes place in an imagined future seven years after the end of the series.
A/N: I began developing this piece to enter in last year's Ed/Winry Fire and Ice Challenge, but it grew so much in the telling that I was unable to finish it on deadline. Revisions have been plaguing the life out of me ever since, but I think it's time this tale began to see the light of day. Hopefully enough people will want to know how it turns out that I will feel compelled to complete it with expedition. Concrit welcomed with a bread-cheese-and-pickle sandwich. Crossposted from [livejournal.com profile] nebroadwe to Höllenbeck (i.e. [livejournal.com profile] hagaren_manga, [livejournal.com profile] fm_alchemist, [livejournal.com profile] fma_het, [livejournal.com profile] ed_winry, [livejournal.com profile] fma_writers and [livejournal.com profile] fma_fiction).
Dedication(s): For my father, who advised me that villains never fight fair.



It was a dark and stormy night ... )

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