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Tuesday's are for the best slash stories we can find and this Tuesday is no different.
First off, Jenn has had to take an indefinite hiatus from fanfiction. We wish her loads of luck and love and hope she can return to us soon.
So, that leaves Val and I. We've put our heads together and have decided to switch it up a bit. Instead of picking stories from certain categories, we are each going to bring you a story that has us quivering with need, something so fucking fabulous you'll hate yourself for skipping over it.
We won't be foresaking any of the categories. The stories we bring you will always be from one of the 4 original categories and remain true to our mission. To bring you the best slash we can find.
We hope you enjoy!
Donna's Pick of the week...
After entering the Tattward and Inkella contest, I subscribed to their Community on FFnet. Verum Quod Eventus hit my inbox and I went nuts after reading. I decided to recommend it today for one reason and one reason only.
IT'S SO FUCKING HOT THAT I AM PRAYING THAT WITH ENOUGH INCENTIVE THE AUTHOR WILL CONTINUE IT!
That is it, in a nut shell. The angst and lust are abso-fucking-lutely amazing. You can FEEL the emotions and the angst. It twists you up and demands that you read and continue to do so until you get to the end and once there you're pissed that the >> button is missing.
As some of you know, my hubs is a slash lover. He's an avid fan of DefinatelyStaying's and when I read this story I literally threw my laptop in his lap and said, "READ THIS NOW! RIGHT FUCKING NOW! AND MAKE SURE YOU REVIEW!" I think it's the first time I've ever recommended a story to him or anyone else in such a forth right manner. If I were able I'd do it, I'd do the same exact thing to each and everyone of you.
If you don't read this...I might just round up a posse with Major Whitlock at the helm and hunt you down.
OH! Be sure to leave stolenxsanity some love.
The Master brings you...
Even though “Simple” by SubtlePen is a one-shot, there is nothing simple about it. It is one of the most unique premises for a story I have read, leaving the reader to guess the characters involved. SubtlePen drops clues throughout the story to the character identities but their names are not revealed until the end. This is so cleverly done, that when you are finished reading the story, you immediately want to read it again, to see if you can spot the hints along the way. The clues start off small and get more obvious as the story continues.
SubtlePen pushes the envelope by also dealing with controversial subject matters. First, the story hints at underage consensual sexual activity, but both characters are willing (very) participants. While agreeing to keep things ‘simple’, not involving emotions behind the physical act, they soon learn that this is much more difficult than they originally intended. Second, also involves incest; as the two characters are adopted siblings of Carlise and Esme. If this is something you are not comfortable reading, I suggest skipping this one. Personally, while both these matters are controversial, you get so wrapped up in the characters, and who they are, that you completely forget their situation…until one of them reminds you.
I recommend “Simple” for the simple reason that SubtlePen manages to weave mystery, sex, and controversy all into a brilliant one-shot.
So, there you have it. Another Tuesday filled with TwiSlash Unveiled's picks of the week. Hope you remembered your towel.
Stay tuned until Thursday for when we bring you Thursday's Read, Rate and Review. They have an absolutely fabulous story lined up for you.
Don't forget about TwiSlash Unveiled's One Shot contest. The deadline for your FemSlash story submissions is August 15th. For more information, click the link on the top right hand side of the page, or shoot us an email to email@example.com. We'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
The right hand column is changing a bit. We will be adding lists of stories we've rec'd and rev'd. As of right now, the links are still a work in progress, but they will be ready to go soon. I PROMISE.