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Anonymous → Hiya I really need your help! There's a fic where Santana is jealous because Brittany is dancing with someone at a club so she uses Rachel to get Brittany jealous. Then, Brittany fucks Santana in the bathroom and Quinn walks in on them. Any ideas? Thanks!

Anonymous → Totally random fic request for help. I can't remember for the life of me and I was just talking about it with a friend. Perhaps you know it, or someone does. Brittany and Santana's sex tape is released, or something about it and it sparks a thing with Santana being amazing at giving orgasms and Brittany talks her into giving lessons to the boys. Rachel even shows up. Help please?

The Finer Points, Drew55

17 hours ago with 1 note

Anonymous → Hello! If you've got a moment, I need your magic fic finding powers! I started reading a story in incognito mode on my browser, closed the story, and now I can't find it!!! Arrrrragasdsfk anyway, Santana's a photographer, Quinn's her manager, and Brittany's a TV star. S and B broke up years ago and S has been a little ball of angst since, sleeping around with Brittany look-a-likes. Then she has to do a photo shoot with Britt for her emmy nominated tv show and angsting intensifies...

Let’s help this anon out!

Anonymous → The fic your anon is looking for is Found by Crystalynn2006 on ffnet
3 months ago with 1 note

Anonymous → HI! It seems that you read a lot of fanfics. So I was wondering if you could tell me the title of a fanfic i read a while ago. I remember what it was about but i dont remember the name and I would love the reread it. It was about Santana being a famous singer and Brittany living with her sister and brother inlaw who abused her. They end up connecting over a facebook comment and in the end Santana saves Brittany and Brittany goes on tour with Santana. Please help me :)

I’ve actually never read this but it sounds really interesting. 

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softballwoman12 → I was just wondering if you'd happen to know where a couple of fics are. I can't find them anywhere, all the links are bad. One is called Fire, the other Lights Out. Same author, companion pieces. I don't know if she took them down or what, and its cool if she did but you're like the go to for fic.

Hey! I’m sorry I haven’t replied to this in a few days (or posted on this blog). I was sick, still am a little but I’m only now starting to feel more like a human and less like a germ monster that was seconds away from the life flashing out of my eyes.

… I may be a very dramatic sick person.

Regardless, here is the stitch. That author, “jeune fille en fleur”, retired from fandom as far as I can see. She kept her two main works (masterpieces, I should say) but it looks like she took down all of her other stories. Unless someone has them saved as pdfs or an equivalent, I’m afraid I can’t find them anywhere. Sorry I can’t help!

5 months ago with 1 note

6 months ago with 21,369 notes — via anothergayshark, © ladyshawsters

Oh, I wanna dance with somebody.

With somebody who loves me.

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"Fate has spoken"

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Anonymous → Could you tell me what OGC is about? I know people love that fic but I have no clue why. Could you elaborate? Thanks, JJ!


Hey, Anon!

I’ve Never Reached an Answer (I’m Only Given Clues) is the story of how Santana, Quinn, Brittany, Artie, and the rest of the McKinley High glee club spend their summer vacation between Seasons Two and Three. Starting off in Lima, they road trip south to Florida, where they eventually make their stay at Santana’s grandmother’s home in Key West.

In my opinion, OGC is the Great American Novel of Brittana fiction—even though its brilliant author, Beth, is British.

The quality of the prose is so incredibly high and the depth of the storytelling just astounds me. This is a superb story, not just within Brittana fanon, but in general. It’s just some damn good writing, at turns romantic, sweet, heartbreaking, and astonishing, but always and above all deeply psychological.

The narration alone in the story blows my mind.

OGC is Glee the way it should be: the characters are all fully and deeply developed and serve their best purposes within the narrative frame, the dialogue is interesting and revelatory, and the relationships between the various characters are incredibly rich, complicated, and fascinating to parse.

Beth writes both Quinn and Brittana beautifully; she fills in holes that RIB and Co. might never explore, but really totally should.

Anyway, I cannot say enough good things about this story, Anon. If you’re really curious about it, I would recommend that you go read it, as no review of mine could do the story justice.

Hope this helps! Enjoy the reading! Thanks for writing in. 

6 months ago with 50 notes — via themostrandomfandom