Lucky

Dec. 29th, 2012 08:36 pm
gwyllion: (BBM mountain)
Title: Lucky
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: NC-17
Words: 3,593
Warnings: Mentions of recreational drug use
Summary: Ennis/Jack. Sex, drugs, rock n roll with a side of romance.
A/N: My Secret Santa recipient is the lovely [livejournal.com profile] aleanorblack! A very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you! I hope this fulfilled some of your holiday wishes! Thanks to the fabulous [livejournal.com profile] bronctastic for the beta and to the [livejournal.com profile] brokebackslash mods for running this Secret Santa exchange.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading.

Lucky )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692 – A Valentine
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: PG
Words: 1692
A/N: It’s been awhile since I visited with these two. They are never far from my heart. Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] bronctastic for the speedy beta.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime. Thanks so much for reading.

1692 - A Valentine )

Fatal Plus

Jun. 19th, 2011 10:58 pm
gwyllion: (BBM mountain)
Title: Fatal Plus
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 2,082
Warning: Ennis is a euthanasia technician at the SPCA. Read at your own risk. Some, if not all, rational people will likely find this offensive.
A/N: This was written for the Bring Your Fandom to Work Challenge
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

Fatal Plus )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: A Midwinter Gift
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1962
A/N: I wrote this for my dear friend and LJ Comm co-maintainer [livejournal.com profile] bronctastic, whose birthday is tomorrow. I swear to God, it was supposed to be holiday-themed, sweet and birthday-like… religious almost… but in the end, it just turned out to be mostly porn. I am so embarrassed… I hope people won’t be too disappointed!
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

A Midwinter Gift )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 53 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 52 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 51 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 50 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 49 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 48 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 47 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 46 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 45 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 44 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 43 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 42 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 41 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 40 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 39 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 38 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 37 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 36 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 35 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 34 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 33 )
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Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 32 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 31 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 30 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 29 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 28 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 27 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 26 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 25 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 24 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 23 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 22 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 21 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 20 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 19 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 18 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 17 )

Jump

Feb. 14th, 2010 05:41 pm
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Title: Jump
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 100
A/N: This was written for the Slap Slap Kiss Challenge.
Dedication: In memory of Stephen Harrington.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime! Thanks so much for reading.

Jump )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 16 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 15 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 14 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 13 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 12 )
gwyllion: (Default)
Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 11 )
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Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 10 )
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Title: 1692
Author: gwylliondream
Genre: au!au
Pairing: Ennis/Jack
Rating: R
Words: 1692
Warning: Although romance is guaranteed to flourish, descriptions of torture in Salem and abroad may occur in this story.
Summary: The Salem witch trials of 1692 continue to horrify those who study American history. From February to September, nearly 200 people were accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. Nineteen people were executed by hanging and one was pressed to death. The accusations of witchcraft and subsequent torture to elicit confessions exacerbated the already difficult lives of the colonists. Even the most physically fit and sound-minded of the Puritans waged a daily battle to cultivate enough food, protect themselves from Indian raids, and thwart challenges from England. This work of fiction will explore colonial incarnations of Jack and Ennis. The two outcasts, one posing as a clergyman, and the other as an accused witch, will strive to escape their plight and survive in the hostile environment of the New World.
A/N: The first chapter of 1692 was written for the October Challenge 2009. The historical geography of 1692 comes from my own personal knowledge, since I was born and raised in the shadow of Gallows Hill. For those who wish to study this era in more depth, excellent links can be found here.
Disclaimer: I did not create these characters. No disrespect intended. No profit desired, only muses.
Comments: Comments are welcome anytime, thanks so much for reading!

1692 - Chapter 9 )

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