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31 January 2007 @ 09:38 pm
slayerversathon fic: Her Own Path  
Title: Her Own Path
Characters: Faith, Giles
Pairings: None
Gen/Het/Slash: Gen
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: None, unless you count a vague reference to a shop selling sex toys as something that needs a warning, in which case, consider yourself warned! Oh, and it's Faith, so there's a bit of bad language in here.
Disclaimer: Not mine, never will be. I'm just playing in this pretty big sandbox.
Summary/Notes: August 2005, Faith has been travelling the country on her own terms and Giles is left to wonder what she's been doing.
This story is intended as a stand alone, but works as an introduction to my planned opus Paths Crossed which will be a crossover fic. Her Own Path is not, however, a crossover. This is all BtVS. Well...kinda.
I am hugely indebted to frogfarm and smhwpf for going above and beyond the call of beta duty with this one. What was a vague idea about field reports blossomed into something a whole lot more. Thank you once again guys! I have worked on this post-beta so any mistakes are all my own doing.

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Current Mood: accomplishedaccomplished
The Great and Terrible Oz: Faith 2ludditerobot on February 1st, 2007 12:04 am (UTC)
I've had other things going on with Katrina. And I'm playing with the idea of having a Los Angeles darkness orphan as a character, should I ever finish anything again.

One thing, though? American English is another language. When Webster started making dictionaries, he changed common spellings to make them American. Thus, "color", not "colour". "Flavor", not "flavour". And "Offense", not "offence". Always. I suppose if a Brit transcribed it, it's okay, but it kicked me right out of the fic.

But yeah. Just, yeah. Good stuff. It'd be nice to have some more Giles, more of the response to the phone calls, some indication that the town in Mass. was really weird vamps or that Faith might be going weird, but that'd be icing on the cake. It's fine as it is.