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For those in the back row whispering they knew it already, 

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I'm only saying I'm completely crazy because I can spot the evidence when it's spitting me in the face, and um. I don't think normal random people find themselves in the dentist, suffering through a tooth extraction (well, not suffering, he put so much anesthesia there i didn't know where my face was, but you get it) while attempting to distract their mind by um. Reciting stuff. 

More accurately reciting the Verbose Speech from V for Vendetta, and bits and pieces of Shakespeare's St Crispin's Day Speech. 

I've also discovered I apparently have a great memory for... completely random, meaningless shit. Who would've said?

In other news, I wanted to ask you guys your opinion on Charles on Bell's Toll. Should I try to reel him back in, or just... let him run wild like it seems he wants to? Inquiring minds wish to know. 

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Title: The Bell's Toll (3/?)
Author: monstrousreg
Word count:  
Warnings:  Violence, fast pacing, eventual NC-17. So, uh, the usual for me, I suppose. 
Pairing: Erik/Charles.
Summary: Nikkita AU inspired by this prompt. A sort of fusion between the two series, with a healthy (or not) dose of my own imagination. Charles Xavier goes to prison, and is recruited by a spy/assassin division of the government. Dismal a beginning as this might look, it unbelievably goes downhill. Erik, the necessary stoic ex-military man, gets sidled with him. Not a single person is amused.      
Notes: Unbetaed, and stuff. So, this Charles just went from mildly dark and mostly annoyed to um. Something else. I don't even know. I'm sorry it took this long to update this, you know I usually try to update once a week, but RL is been... hell. 


"You have a problem with authority, Xavier." )

Chapter 4
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Stealing this from [ profile] delicatale, because I think it's such a wonderful idea. 

If I made Cinderella, the audience would immediately 
be looking for a body in the coach. —Alfred Hitchcock

When I write a story, what do readers immediately look for?


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