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anonymous asked:

for the anon asking they also meet in a supermarket in "These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me)" by kariye, even tho there's amnesia involved so like a second first meeting

thanks for the rec!

These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me) by kariye

In which Bucky has a house, a dog, an herb garden, and a serious case of insomnia. Welcome to Havensport, Indiana (population 8,294), where Tom’s Neighborhood Grocer stays open all night, little old ladies call the car shop to get their refrigerators repaired, and the heat of summer days and the length of summer nights can make you think that this perfect world will last forever.

Simplicité - Chapter 4.5

Happy Simplicité Saturday! (Or Sunday, idk what time it is where you are) Sorry that I’ve been so off schedule lately, but I’m gonna try my best to stick to Saturdays (feel free to yell at me if I don’t). Yep, it’s another inbetweener. I felt like there needed to be more info about the aftermath of what happened at Bianca and Adore’s. I promise this chapter is worth it. Thanks to @veronicasanders for being a fucking genius and helping me out a ton with this chapter. ❤️ TW: Angst, eye fucking, cursing. No Bianca this chapter, I’ll be saving her antics for Chapter 5. Enjoy! Have a great weekend everyone!

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anonymous asked:

OMG I have to recommend "These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me)" by kariye. It is so beautiful and bittersweet and just pitch-perfect. A MUST-READ.

thanks for the rec!

These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me) by kariye (not ca:cw compliant)

In which Bucky has a house, a dog, an herb garden, and a serious case of insomnia. Welcome to Havensport, Indiana (population 8,294), where Tom’s Neighborhood Grocer stays open all night, little old ladies call the car shop to get their refrigerators repaired, and the heat of summer days and the length of summer nights can make you think that this perfect world will last forever.

         Its a new world ORDER out there. The old rules? they don’t apply. Ever since patient zero went haywire in the middle of a football game the #warriornation became the land of the dead. Well maybe not dead, but the INFECTED are running rampant and the world as you’ve known it has come crashing down faster than the economy. I won’t tell you things are gonna get better, because simply? They won’t. And I’m gonna need you to take everything you have ever learned about being an adult in the twenty-first century, everything you learned about survival and crumple it up, now throw it right in the trash because honey; in this world? Only those willing to the be worst are going to live to see the dawn of another day. 

        Welcome to Cumberland, Indiana. A suburban eastern side of Indianapolis where the pride of the town is Warren Central High School and their varsity football team; and Strawberry Festival takes place every summer. The only issues this town sees are burglary, small time robberies, and the occasional car chase, nothing too dramatic or catastrophic. Or so they thought

                                                                                  APOCALYPSE REMIXED.

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Fanfic Writers’ Appreciation Day

Some fic recs in honor of today being Fanfic Writers’ Appreciation Day.


Kill Strike Trigger   by   llethe  

Rumlow actually smiles and crackles “our puppet, like you,” his voice so quiet and the words so distorted that Barnes just barely makes them out.  He tells himself that they’re just words, and they’re just words designed to elicit an emotional response.  It’s been just two months; there’s nothing HYDRA could have done by now, to make those words true.  Right?

A story of how far three people will go to bring Steve Rogers home – and of how far HYDRA will go to bring home their Winter Soldier.


Dead Man Running  by  onethingconstant

A ghost stands in the Smithsonian, staring at his face behind glass. The sign says he’s dead. The WORLD says he’s dead. But as James Buchanan Barnes—Bucky, sometimes the Winter Soldier—pieces together his fragmented psyche, he begins to wonder. If he’s not dead, what is he? A murderous ghost? A lost hero? A broken weapon? Something more—or something much less?

On the run from Hydra and haunted by his shattered memories, Bucky must choose between his will to survive and his love for a friend he can barely remember. And as he fights for his life against rogue terror cells, well-meaning superheroes, and his own programming, he must determine once and for all whether he can once again become what he most wants to be—

Human.

He tells his story in his own words.


also, the angels   by  anomalocaris   (BuckyNat, in progress)              

He has this dream. He is not supposed to be dreaming, but he dreams all the same.

Or: Bucky Barnes really isn’t having a great year.


You Will Call Me Friend by  cairistiona    (in progress)  

A gap-filler for Captain America: Civil War. What happened when Steve and Bucky made it outside the bunker and found T'Challa waiting?  Now an ongoing story!      


Flicker   by  Cinderstrato                 

Bucky Barnes knows how to live off the grid. For someone who’s spent a solid half-century being a shadow, it’s almost too easy. Unfortunately, he’s on the run with a man who’s never turned tail before in the course of his entire stubborn life.

The war’s over, and they’ve all lost.


These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me)  by  kariye 

In which Bucky has a house, a dog, an herb garden, and a serious case of insomnia.  Welcome to Havensport, Indiana (population 8,294), where Tom’s Neighborhood Grocer stays open all night, little old ladies call the car shop to get their refrigerators repaired, and the heat of summer days and the length of summer nights can make you think that this perfect world will last forever.        


 Never Talk to Strangers  by  mambo 

Never Talk to Strangers: or; How a Forgotten Childhood Lesson Led Bucky Barnes to Appreciate Charlie Chaplin, Befriend an A.I., Slip on Soap Bubbles, Be Mistaken for a Succubus, and Try to Woo a Superhero.


Rhapsody in Red by   MissMorwen (BuckyNat in progress)

He had to come out of cryo sleep at some point.
She’d wanted him to, of course she had, but she almost changed her mind when he finally did. It was easier missing someone who wasn’t there. It hurt too much to miss someone who was.    

         

The Ghosts Of Who I Used To Be  by  Brenda                

“I just want you to know,” Steve said, staring at the ceiling, the dark giving him the strength to say the words he hadn’t been able to earlier, “that I’m not – this isn’t about saving you or recreating the past or anything like that. I know things are different. I know we can never go back. The people we both were…they died a long time ago.”

Steve thought once he found Bucky again, the hard part would be over. But the real journey back to each other was only just beginning. They each had a path to take - a path of redemption and self-discovery, a path of self-destruction and revenge.  Along the way, they rediscover each other: as family, as friends, and something new.  And they learn that this new chance at life isn’t really about starting over; it’s about moving on.


Such Great Siege    by   eyres                

In the aftermath of defying his country to save his best friend, Steve Rogers agreed to a plea bargain that would grant his friends immunity but send him to prison. That was two years ago.

Bucky had a plan for when Steve finally was released from prison: a quiet house and a big bed, maybe a dog. None of his plans included Steve agreeing to sacrifice himself to save the very people that had stripped him of his title and took away his freedom. But old enemies have a way of coming back.


find the words and the beat  by   irnan                

In which Natasha is something of an Iron Woobie, Bucky is human and needs to be loved, just like everybody else does, and there’s a lot of Melodramatic Feelings. 


Don’t Wait Up for Me    by gwyneth rhys (gwyneth)   (Bucky & Sam friendship fic)  

“This was the last place where I knew who Bucky Barnes was. No matter how many times they stuffed the Soldier inside me, or tried to rip the old Bucky out, a little bit of him still hung on inside, you know? I just need to see that place where it all changed.”        


A Matter of Circumstances      by   Face_of_Poe   

“If you want information on who you are, just go to Steve. Believe me, it would be his pleasu - oomph,” she cuts off with a grunt as she’s hauled to her feet and slammed into a tree.

Not him,” he whispers harsh in her face. “I’ve been to the museum, I know about his… his Bucky. The friend, the fallen, the hero. I want what came after.”

She studies him a moment, unconcerned with the forearm pressing against her sternum. “Not a pleasant road you’re looking to travel.”

“Wasn’t really counting on a happy ending, sweetheart.”

         Its a new world ORDER out there. The old rules? they don’t apply. Ever since patient zero went haywire in the middle of a football game the #warriornation became the land of the dead. Well maybe not dead, but the INFECTED are running rampant and the world as you’ve known it has come crashing down faster than the economy. I won’t tell you things are gonna get better, because simply? They won’t. And I’m gonna need you to take everything you have ever learned about being an adult in the twenty-first century, everything you learned about survival and crumple it up, now throw it right in the trash because honey; in this world? Only those willing to the be worst are going to live to see the dawn of another day. 

        Welcome to Cumberland, Indiana. A suburban eastern side of Indianapolis where the pride of the town is Warren Central High School and their varsity football team; and Strawberry Festival takes place every summer. The only issues this town sees are burglary, small time robberies, and the occasional car chase, nothing too dramatic or catastrophic. Or so they thought

                                                                                  APOCALYPSE REMIXED.

     HEAD QUARTERS | ZOMBIE LORE | THE LAW OF THE LAND | JOIN THE FIGHT

anonymous asked:

Do you have any recommendations for a fic where Bucky is physically miserable, and maybe there's not much anyone can do but let it pass? Like he's dealing with anything like chronic pain, insomnia, or headaches and is just generally in near-constant pain? Been dealing with an injury for a while now, and for some reason I feel like reading something like that would help. Thanks for all your hard work.

Yes I do indeed have some for you!

Acute Case of Fate by sikecarton

Since his accident, Bucky seems to spend more time in the school clinic than in his actual classes. One day, he strikes up a conversation with the only person who seems to be there more than him: Steve Rogers.

An End Weight by hannathing

He wears his pain like a tattoo on his body. Its an anchor, pulling and pulling and pulling. It’s a fact of his life, he wakes, he aches, he breathes. He thinks its fine, just fine, ok? Until Steve finds out.

Thawed Out by auburnnothenna (auburn), eretria

He’s not the Asset. He’s not the Winter Soldier. But neither is he Bucky Barnes. With the help of Steve, Sam and the Avengers, James takes the long, slow road to recovery. Nothing is as easy as either of them thought it would be.

These American Dreams (ain’t no white picket fences left for me) by kariye 

In which Bucky has a house, a dog, an herb garden, and a serious case of insomnia. Welcome to Havensport, Indiana (population 8,294), where Tom’s Neighborhood Grocer stays open all night, little old ladies call the car shop to get their refrigerators repaired, and the heat of summer days and the length of summer nights can make you think that this perfect world will last forever.

yesterday, the night before, tomorrow by breakeven

“Want me to wake you at 2 in the morning and ask you to choke me ‘til I black out?”

“If it’ll help.”

Bucky has insomnia, some issues, and Steve.

@the-art-of-wait sent in The Water Can’t Drown Me by camwolfe

@berefetandbreathless sent inTargeting by queenmab_scherzo

4 places LGBT youth are DEFINITELY welcome in Indiana

Indiana has probably been blowing up your newsfeed this week, with the possibility that its religious freedom bill will allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people. The exciting news is: many important people and businesses have voiced their support for the LGBT community in the form of public statements, thoughtful articles, and even boycotts.

Regardless of what happens in the state government, LGBT youth in Indiana need resources and support. Here are some fantastic LGBT-focused resources in Indiana that you should know about:

1. Indiana Youth Group
Located in Indianapolis, the Indiana Youth Group offers programs, support services and activities for LGBTQ youth ages 12-20. Groups like Queer Youth of Color, Bi/Pan/Poly and Gender Variant meet at least monthly and, if you’re the creative type, the center hosts open mics and even cooking groups! 
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2. GLBT Resource Center of Michiana
Lead by trans 100 honoree Meghan Buell, this center serves the area of Northern Indiana and SW Michigan and offers support groups for LGBT youth.  Drop in hours are staffed by volunteers who can help you access resources and are available 3 times a week.
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3. Tri State Alliance
The Tri-state Alliance serves southwestern Indiana.  Youth group events have included going to Gay Day at Holiday World, cookouts, and trips to the movies. Their Pride Prom is the largest event of its kind in the region and will take place on April 11 this year.
Facebook and Twitter

4. Pride Lafayette
Pride Lafayette opened their community center twelve years ago.  Volunteer staffed drop-in hours are available 7 days a week and the group oversees the PRYSM LGBT youth support group with PFLAG Lafayette/Tippecanoe County and Citizens for Civil Rights.
Facebook and Twitter 

If you’re feeling isolated, confused, or lonely–remember that wherever you are, there is a community waiting for you and that you are loved. If you’re looking for support, services, or just new LGBT-friendly spaces and people, check out the It Gets Better Project’s resource guide to find resources in your state.

Forbidden

Summary: An unexpected hunt leads you to staying in a cabin. A run down one at that. One percent plot, well no plot. Mainly just smut, pure smut.

Word Count: 911

Pairing: Dean x Reader

Warnings: Smut, pure smut

A/N: Thank you @deanthomaswinchester


Originally posted by bittercasblogger

The last thing you expected was to be in a cabin, with Dean hovering over you. It was supposed to be a simple salt and burn, but it turned out to be more. Sam told you about this place to stay in, until both of you figured out exactly what exactly was going on. Plus the last sign you seen said ‘Welcome To Indiana’. The bunker was obviously out of the question.

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Four Places LGBT Youth Are Definitely Welcome In Indiana

“Even though an Indiana law might allow discrimination against LGBT people, here’s a list of places where Indiana’s LGBT youth are always welcome!

Indiana has probably been blowing up your newsfeed this week, with the possibility that its religious freedom bill will allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT people. The exciting news is: many important people and businesses have voiced their support for the LGBT community in the form of public statements, thoughtful articles, and even boycotts.

Regardless of what happens in the state government, LGBT youth in Indiana need resources and support. Here are some fantastic LGBT-focused resources in Indiana that you should know about.”

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