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Monday, May 21st, 2007

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6:03a
Fic: Family Obligations, Chapter 6
Title: Family Obligations, Chapter 6
Author: AngiePen
Fandom: Celebrity RPS
Pairing: Orlando Bloom/Sean Bean
Rating: R
Challenge: AU Orlibean. Sean is hired to kidnap Orlando who he assumes is a spoiled rich kid who turns out to be anything but, when the ransom isn't paid the order comes down for Sean to kill him. It's a race against time to get them both to safety. Written for amygirl's request at the_challenger.
Summary: Sean's little brother has a taste for the ponies but no talent when it comes to choosing winners, and owes a local gangster a lot more money than he can come up with. Sean agrees to do an "easy job" in payment of the debt -- kidnapping a spoiled young punk named Bloom and hanging on to him while the gangster gets a ransom from the lad's family. It should've been a simple job, but then things started to get complicated.
Disclaimer: I don't own anyone you recognize. I know nothing about their social lives or sexual activities, more's the pity. This is fiction, period. It is done as a labor of love and I make no money from it.

Previous Chapters: One, Two, Three, Four, Five



Sean woke up around dawn to the sound of a couple of birds shrieking at each other outside the bedroom window. The light in the room was dim and hazy, as though it were clouded over outside or even foggy. His right half was just about chilly enough to bear that out, but his left side was toasty to the point of sweating.

He turned his head and squinted to the left. Orlando's face was burrowed into his pillow with only the dark, messy waves of his hair showing. There was barely a handspan of space between them, a closed-off bubble of warm air under the covers where their shared body heat had collected.

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6:42a
FanLib -- Why We're Not Just Walking Away
And they're still not getting it.

Ms. Sampson of FanLib was talking to some folks in telesilla's journal and one of the issues was the fact that FanLib is emphasizing their corporate partnerships and telling writers that they're not likely or are less likely to get sued because of those partnerships. Some of it is done rhetorical question style, as in, Do you really think these companies would pay money to run events where fans write fiction based on their properties, and then turn around and sue? which implies an answer but doesn't really state one.

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