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02 February 2014 @ 09:45 pm
Master bandfic list, take two!  
Looking back on this, I realized just how old this fic is. I have a lot in store for the future, both serious and whimsical, so I'll hopefully be posting some very soon. Waha!

Panic at the Disco:
I'll Be There For You  (4536 words)
(or, In Which There is Much Confusion and It is All Ryan's Fault)
Rating: G/PG for mild silliness, melodramatic acting, and Alex Greenwald.
Pairings: gen
Ryan-and-Panic-centric. Takes place on the Honda Civic Tour.
So completely, utterly cheesy.
Summary: It started as a joke...and it just went downhill from there. Ryan Ross, what have you done?

You Were On My Mind At Least Nine-Tenths of Yesterday
(4382 words)
(or, In Which Bands Make Mischief and Sing like Bob Dylan)
Rating: G/PG
Pairings: gen, with maybe a little Greta/Jon or Greta/Bob thrown in, if you squint, tilt your head sideways, and do the macarena continuously for the rest of the day.
Greta-centric.
Cheesy (as usual.) Inspired by the song "My Rollercoaster" by Kimya Dawson.
Summary: It's days like these, Greta decides, that make the entire tour worthwhile.

Redwood and Pacific
(3860 words)
(or, In Which There is Looove)
Rating: G
Pairings: Greta/Jon. So much. There's no hiding it, really.
Greta-centric. So absurdly fluffy. I'm embarrassed.
Summary: In which Greta takes an emotional snow-day, Jon's been searching for hours, and there's some really absurd companionship going on here.

Things About Hospitals and Thunderstorms (4922 words)
(or, In Which Everyone Almost Dies at Some Point or Another)
Rating: PG
Pairings:
Brendon/Hayley
Brendon-centric in most parts. I'm a sucker for romance.
Summary: Brendon has decided that as long as each of these people are alive and well, Paramore and Panic at the Disco were destined to never, ever tour together. Ever.

The Comings-Here and Goings-Back (790 words)
(or, In Which There are Gummyworms)
Rating: G/PG
Pairings: gen
Spencer-centric. Strange and choppy.
Summary: Spencer decides to run away. Ryan comes along.

Good Morning
(2968 words)
(or, In Which It is All the Hot Weather's Fault)
Rating: G
Pairing: gen-ish (Brendon & Greta friendship)
Brendon-centric. Written on a burst of bandom-related jubilation, a Singin' in the Rain day, and an idea for a scene.
Summary: In the face of melancholy, Brendon and Greta have fun. It's a brand new morning.


The Hush Sound:
This Same Rain That Draws You Near Me (1486 words)
(or, In Which There is Patrick Being Adorable)
Rating: G
Pairings: Unintentional Greta/Patrick. I wasn't meaning to come across that way, it just kind of happened. So if you want it to be gen, it's gen.
Third-person, Patrick-centric. Odd, short, semi-fluffy little oneshot. Bronx!fic with Patrick and Greta trying to be good, responsible people and failing miserably. Contains the song "Lullaby for a Stormy Night" by Vienna Teng.
Summary: It's a stormy night in the Wentz household -- what is Patrick to do, when the parents are away and he's left to take care of Bronx?

I'll Be There For You  (4536 words)
Rating: G/PG for mild silliness, melodramatic acting, and Alex Greenwald.
Pairings: gen
Panic-centric; a bit from Ryan's perspective, but not in first person.
Takes place on the Honda Civic Tour.
So completely, utterly cheesy, oh geez.
Summary: It started as some stupid joke...and it just went downhill from there. Ryan Ross, what have you done?

You Were On My Mind At Least Nine-Tenths of Yesterday
(4382 words)
Rating: G/PG
Pairings: gen, with maybe a little Greta/Jon thrown in, if you squint, tilt your head sideways, and do the macarena continuously for the rest of the day.
Third-person, Greta-centric.
Inspired by the song "My Rollercoaster" by Kimya Dawson.
Summary: It's days like these, Greta decides, that make the entire tour worthwhile.

Redwood and Pacific (3860 words)
Rating: G/PG, I suppose.
Pairings: Greta/Jon. So much. There's no hiding it, really.
Third-person, Greta-centric. So absurdly fluffy. I'm embarrassed.
Summary: In which Greta takes an emotional snow-day, Jon's been searching for hours, and there's some really absurd companionship going on here.

Good Morning (2968 words)
Rating: G
Pairing: Gen-ish (Brendon & Greta friendship)
Brendon-centric. Written on a burst of bandom-related jubilation, a Singin' In the Rain day, and an idea for a scene.
Summary: In the face of melancholy, Brendon and Greta have fun. It's a brand new morning.


Fall Out Boy:
This Same Rain That Draws You Near Me (1486 words)
Rating: G
Pairings: Unintentional Greta/Patrick. I wasn't meaning to come across that way, it just kind of happened. So if you want it to be gen, it's gen.
Third-person, Patrick-centric. Odd, short, semi-fluffy little oneshot. Bronx!fic with Patrick and Greta trying to be good, responsible people and failing miserably. Contains the song "Lullaby for a Stormy Night" by Vienna Teng.
Summary: It's a stormy night in the Wentz household -- what is Patrick to do, when the parents are away and he's left to take care of Bronx?

Paramore:
Things About Hospitals and Thunderstorms (4922 words)
Rating: PG
Pairings: Brendon/Hayley
Brendon-centric in most parts. I'm a sucker for romance.
Summary: Brendon is pretty sure that, as long as he lives, as long as everyone in these bands are still alive and intact, Paramore and Panic at the Disco are destined to never, ever tour together. Ever.

Phantom Planet:
I'll Be There For You  (4536 words)
Rating: G/PG for mild silliness, melodramatic acting, and Alex Greenwald.
Pairings: gen
Panic-centric; a bit from Ryan's perspective, but not in first person.
Takes place on the Honda Civic Tour.
Summary: It started as some stupid joke... and it just went downhill from there. Ryan Ross, what have you done?
 
 
 
jagepass on April 14th, 2011 06:07 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the information. I think that you should wash your face at least 3 to 4 times a day. You’ll be surprised how much better your face will look.