Daegaer Rules The Net!

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A page in homage to daegaer, to serve as mirror storage for her fanfic. If all you've read is her Good Omens work, give her "Fenndom" works a try. You don't need to know much about the characters, usually all you need to know is included in the stories.

(Still under construction. Newest additions: Biblical Stories, some "Good Omens" Fanfiction and Fenndom (the shorter fics and drabbles) as well as the first few chapters of "A Walk in the Karakorum", all properly mirrored.)

"A Walk in the Karakorum"
- proper mirroring style being added here.
(Warnings for male/male romance.) Novel - 23 chapters. Written in homage to George Manville Fenn, a Victorian-era author of boy's adventure stories, Daegaer goes places with his characters that he couldn't in his time (but, judging from his writing, he wished he could). In GMF's "Fix Bay'nets!" a working-class soldier (Gedge) forms a strong bond with an upper-class officer (Bracy). Daegaer loads her sequel with probably only slightly more innuendo than GMF did, and somehow pulls off a rousing Victorian-style serialized adventure story, and, at the same time, a very sweet romance. Previous knowledge of the characters probably not necessary, as nobody has ever read "Fix Bay'nets!" but Daegaer's Bracy/Gedge stories are wildly popular.

"On Her Majesty's Martian Service"
- Also, for the moment, sleazily linked back to Daegaer's LiveJournal.
(Warnings for male/male romance.) Novel - 20 chapters. Daegaer puts Bracy and Gedge into an alternate Jules Vern-esque universe, where they solve mysteries on the Moon and have battles on Mars. Does not depend on any previous knowledge of the characters.

Biblical Fiction

"Good Omens" Fanfiction
"Good Omens" was written by Neil Gaimon and Terry Pratchett, and they own full rights to the characters, but personally I find Daegaer's interpretation of the characters of Crowley and Aziraphale to be more compelling, to me, than the original book. Some of these stories might be considered to be crossover with Biblical Fiction. (I think everyone should read "Good Omens," and in fact everyone should buy their own copy of the book so that maybe the movie will eventually be made.)

Shorter stories and drabbles using characters and settings designed by George Manville Fenn.