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Please consider uploading your fic to AO3

With the many changes going on in the blogging world, I encourage all of you who have fic in various places to post your stories on AO3. I would hate to see all of the wonderful stories on this community become lost in the cloud.

The new xterms of xservice state that if accounts aren't updated at least once in six months, they can be deleted. It is unclear if this means personal account or communities, but I'd rather not take a chance. If you have fic here, please consider backing it up.
Raffles

Raffles Redux

I've been working on a website for the last year and a half, and the Ides of March seemed like the appropriate time to share it with you.  I hope you enjoy it.

rafflesredux.com

It contains the complete text of the Raffles books (including the Narrator's Note, which is not in most editions) with extensive annotations (literary references, details about Hornung's life, historical events and so on), more than 200 illustrations from magazines and newspapers that printed the stories originally, many of which have never been seen online before, and a map of London with locations from the stories marked on it.
Nature: Sky (Red)

Fiction. Quartet For New Year

TITLE: Quartet For New Year
AUTHOR: Nikki Harrington
PAIRINGS: Arthur 'A. J.' Raffles/Harry 'Bunny' Manders & Edward 'Charlie' Charleston/Oliver 'Ollie' Urquhart
GENRE: Slash
SUMMARY: A sequel to Christmas Past And Present. Raffles and Bunny spend New Year with Charleston and Urquhart.
RATING: R
WORD COUNT: 25,075
AUTHOR'S NOTE: I confess this is a story that really is pure self-indulgence.
DISCLAIMER: I do not own the characters created by E. W. Hornung, nor am I making any money from them; I merely borrow them from time to time. I do, however, own the original characters.

Quartet For New Year (This is an off-LJ link to my website).
Nature: Sky (Red)

Fiction. Dance With Me

TITLE: Dance With Me
AUTHOR: Nikki Harrington
PAIRING: Arthur A. J. Raffles/Harry 'Bunny' Manders
GENRE: Slash 
SUB-GENRE: First Time. Somewhat AR.
SUMMARY: Bunny is finding the monotony of London somewhat boring until a boy he had been at school with invites him to go to a club with him. It is an evening that will change his life.
RATING: R
WORD COUNT: 13,930
AUTHOR'S NOTE: Written for balinese_baby: I - Invitation to dance
DISCLAIMER: I do not own the characters created by E. W. Hornung, nor am I making any money from them; I merely borrow them from time to time. I do, however, own the original characters.

Dance With Me (This is an off-LJ link to my web-site)