mitaya

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If Mitaya was in Djandora, she would be an information broker who operates a number of adult nighthouses cross a certain country, in the setting with the help of a few friends. She treats her girls like family and with respect as long as they treat themselves with it. She would give any one of them an opportunity to grow beyond the life in the dens if they put the effort forward because she will benefit either way. In the country she lives, larger is clothes, bigger is the influence of the leader. She controls a lot of things through the night.


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Cultural Exchange (or How to Invade Another Nation without Leaving London)

Authors: Kryptaria and Mitaya

Fandom: Sherlock (BBC)

Pairing: Sherlock and John (established relationship but no smut)

Summary: When John is invited to a Fourth of July barbecue with some of his American friends from Camp Dwyer, now stationed at the US Embassy in London, it’s only natural for him to invite his partner. By the time he realizes the potential for disaster, it’s already too late.

Words: 6,078

Thoughts: I absolutely love Sherlock in this fic, he’s very in character throughout the entire thing. I also like that it’s a fic celebrating the 4th of July and you don’t see a lot of those since John and Sherlock are British so, as an American, I enjoyed that aspect of the whole thing as well. Very entertaining, short read. I recommend it if you want a laugh.

Rating: B

Read it Here: http://archiveofourown.org/works/450890

~Lori

In celebration of America’s Rebellion Day! Co-written with Mitaya.

When John is invited to a Fourth of July barbecue with some of his American friends from Camp Dwyer, now stationed at the US Embassy in London, it’s only natural for him to invite his partner. By the time he realizes the potential for disaster, it’s already too late.

Rated T.

Cultural Exchange (or How to Invade Another Nation without Leaving London)

Rating: Teen
Author: Kryptaria, Mitaya
Warnings: none
Genre: Humor, fluff
Keywords: SCIENCE!, established relationship, experiment, fourth of july
Word Count: 6,078
Summary

When John is invited to a Fourth of July barbecue with some of his American friends from Camp Dwyer, now stationed at the US Embassy in London, it’s only natural for him to invite his partner. By the time he realizes the potential for disaster, it’s already too late.

Why Iris likes this fic:

Because why not rec a 4th of July fic, since I’m going to be drowning in flags and burgers and patriotism all day (I do love my country I swear)! This was cute, funny, and seems pretty typical; of course Sherlock couldn’t manage a few hours at a Fourth of July party without causing mass mayhem.

Read it here.

The Duck Network

A gift for Mitaya, set in the Feathers ‘verse.

Disclaimer: Written in Google talk this morning after five hours of sleep and no coffee.

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It was a job for Mycroft, of all things, and Sherlock had no idea how he would, in the end, explain his knowledge. Finally he left it down to mystery. Mycroft was clever; he’d come up with his own explanation for Sherlock’s impossible brilliance.

It shouldn’t have even been a job. The Americans were (according to John, who occasionally paid attention to such things) England’s allies. But there it was - a British military officer passing classified data to an American.

At a park.

Witnessed by ducks.

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If You Were... News!

I’m thrilled to announce that Mitaya, my co-conspirator in such ventures as Cultural Exchange (or How to Invade Another Nation without Leaving London) and the If You Were ‘verse outtake, First Movement, has joined the If You Were ‘verse team!

She’s been an invaluable beta, cheerleader, and fangirl for an age, and her co-authorship is well-deserved. The_Kinky_Pet will be continuing her wonderful work in the If You Were ‘verse, including on-site location scouting in London, Germany, and Italy.

The three of us look forward to bringing you all the next part of our accidental epic, in which we finally start hunting down the enemies keeping John and Sherlock apart - with a few misunderstandings along the way.