nonisland: the Impala, with text "the winding road is home" ([SPN] they always had a home)
I thought about posting them separately, but the headers would be longer than the ficlets—these are for the "Niblets" challenges, where fics must be 100 words or less. Here's the AO3 collection thus far, and here's the LJ/DW backup! Links for the mini-headers go to the original prompt.

  1. original character: God [spoilers for 7.01] )

  2. Anna/Ruby: questions )

  3. Eve: beloved )

  4. Anael: cry )
nonisland: the Impala, with text "the winding road is home" ([SPN] they always had a home)
fandom: Supernatural
rating: teen+ audiences
characters/pairings: Uriel, unnamed blonde angel (4.16); gen
length: ~400 words
content notices: character death; canon-typical violence
summary: Humanity and all its horrors are the creation of Elisheva’s Father, and she accepts them for what they are.
notes: written for the prompt “Uriel and the nameless blonde angel, right before she dies” at [community profile] spn_bitesized and for #9 (“Sister”) of the Women Are Awesome prompt table at [community profile] hooked_on_heroines. title from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
ao3 crosspost: here

She can’t quite understand the sense she’s getting from him, something like righteous wrath but nothing like it at all, something like— )
nonisland: the Impala, with text "the winding road is home" ([SPN] they always had a home)
fandom: Supernatural
rating: general audiences
characters/pairings: Bela Talbot/Sarah Blake
length: ~750 words
content notices: one line may imply possible consent issues in the history of a cursed item; mentions of minor OC deaths
summary: a tapestry with an unsettling history comes into Sarah Blake’s possession, but this time she knows better than to pretend nothing’s wrong.
notes: written for the prompt “Bela/Sarah Blake, tapestry” at [community profile] spn_bitesized, for #37 (“Art”) of the Women Are Awesome prompt table at [community profile] hooked_on_heroines, and for #21 (“the ravages of time”) of my buffet table [LJ|DW] from [livejournal.com profile] fc_smorgasbord. title from Tennyson’s “The Lady of Shalott”: “Out flew the web and floated wide / The mirror crack’d from side to side / “The curse is come upon me,” cried / The Lady of Shalott.”
ao3 crosspost: here

The tapestry is beautiful. )

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