Request: Ugh the selectively mute!reader x Sam was too cute. I might just have to ask for a sequel, if you’re willing.
Request: Heyoooo it’s Monday where I am, and I would like to request a samxreader where Sam and the reader get into a fight, and the reader finds a hotel for the night, which leads to Sam finding her and bringing her flowers and a teddy bear to apologize. Then, they spend the night in the hotel doing cheesy couple things. Thank you!
Request: Helllo!! It’s Monday in Australia and I was wondering if you could do a one-shot with the reader having really bad nightmares?? Thanks!!!
Prompt: So you know how in thebeginning of season 4 Cas tries to talk to Dean and just ends up breaking a lot
of things and then makes a comment like “certain special people can see and
hear my true form and I thought you were one of them”. Could you write a fic
where the reader (maybe the brother’s sister or something) is one of those
Word count: 2,809
Author’s Note: Wow. Eleven parts, about 2.5 each—that’s at least 27.5K words.
Sam was a big hit at ECCC. I didn’t see anyone else dressed as him. I had a lot of pictures taken of me. To the point where I had to duck into a dark corner to hide, so I could take a break and take the head off to cool down. :) Best of all, Legendary Comics, the Comic that Sam comes from, pulled me into their booth and were so excited to see their Sam wandering around Comicon. They had me take some pictures in my costume with their magazine promoting upcoming comics. Including a teaser for the new Trick R’ Treat comics that will be coming out in October! And the Trick R Treat sequel to follow. :D I was so excited! I was not worthy!
“Y/N–I really need to tell you something,” Dean said, avoiding your eyes. You waited patiently for him to go on and say the words he’d begun but never finished so many times before. Sam interrupted though, sneaking in behind Dean’s shoulder and startling him.
“Sam, what the hell are you doing?” Dean asked, looking over his shoulder. Sam let out a laugh, standing tall again and looking between the two of you.
“I don’t know. I’m bored.”
“Well, you should go ask if you can buy Jody a drink–birthday girl shouldn’t have to pay for her own,” Dean said. “Y/N and I were kind of in the middle of something.”
“I doubt that, but it sounds more interesting than the bar,” Sam said, taking a seat next to the visibly chagrined Dean. “What were you guys talking about?”