i'm happy y'all sent me some

frecklesthecosplayer  asked:

Hey there! This blog gives me life, especially since y'all work so hard to do all this for $0.00. I was wondering if you had any docs with chronic illness? I'm a spoonie and I'd love to read some Derek as a spoonie fics

here’s what i was able to find!

Stiles’ Ultimate Gift by LillianDeLooney (14/14 | 44,529 | NC17)

Stiles is a spoiled brat who’s sent away to the Hale Family Farm to learn a lesson in respect and hard work. Naturally, he isn’t happy about it, but that changes when he meets a very special little girl and her amazing father …

“What about you Stiles?” Derek’s daughter, Kenny, asks innocently. “Are you gay?”

He chokes on his own spit and quickly downs the remainder of his coke, ignoring the blush stretching from his head all the way to his chest.

“I ah,” he clears his throat awkwardly and rubs a hand over his neck. “I might be?”

She sends him a knowing little smile and nods. “Good.”

~ A story about how to live life, not how to spend it.

New Ways to Fall Apart by mrsbeas (1/1 | 2,062| NR)

Stiles gets hurt and finds out more than he bargained for from the doctor. Which sucks, because running with a pack of wolves should be a lot more dangerous than a trip to the doctor’s office.

Two Minutes for Holding by captaintinymite (augopher) (17/18 | 117,988 | NC17)

There were three things college hockey players Derek Hale and Stiles Stilinski knew for certain. 1) Their lives revolved around hockey, 2) They were madly in love, and 3) Derek was so far in the closet he might never find his way out.

They’d been together for two years now, and for two years they’d been a secret with only a few people knowing about them. Yet Derek’s fear kept them from moving forward: fear of his family’s rejection, fear of his sexuality tanking his father’s career, fear of the rampant homophobia in professional sports. The ruse was growing thin.

Something had to give.

Or: The story of how one epic NCAA Championship run and college, served as the backdrop for some of life’s great hardships.