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Title: Forgotten But Not Gone
Author: KouriArashi
Reader: Opalsong
Fandom: Teen Wolf
Pairings: Allison/Scott, Derek/Stiles, Erica/Stiles
Rating: Teen
Length (total): 6:02:00
Music: Famous Last Words by My Chemical Romance
Cover: Opalsong (heavily influenced by Kylie L's gorgeous covers for this series)
Summary: Stiles starts losing his memories and nobody can figure out why or how to stop it.

Podbooks Link:
Podbook [6:02:00; 171.1MB]

Chapter Links [length; size]:
Chapter 1 [26:06; 20.0MB]
Chapter 2 [31:42; 25.1MB]
Chapter 3 [31:33; 43.5MB]
Chapter 4 [35:53; 28.1MB]
Chapter 5 [27:57; 38.6MB]
Chapter 6 [32:23; 25.2MB]
Chapter 7 [28:15; 39.0MB]
Chapter 8 [32:58; 45.5MB]
Chapter 9 [34:07; 26.7MB]
Chapter 10 [38:54; 30.9MB]
Chapter 11 [42:12; 32.4MB]

Thanks to Paraka for hosting!!

cross posted at amplificathon, my journal, and AO3

Archivists: Please do not archive this work.
hannah: (Zach and Claire - pickle_icons)
[personal profile] hannah
My family's going to Denmark in a couple of months. For the first time, I'm included in the group. So I'll be going to Denmark in the first weekend of September.

It'd be easy to extend the trip for a few days, fly back to the US from Paris or London, see people I've never hugged or only met face-to-face once before. Or fly back to somewhere else! See someone in Canada, maybe, or Iowa or California, get a chance to...

But I don't think I could manage. I've got classes, for one, and dropping a full semester of them would push completion even further away and I don't want to be stuck in it longer than I need to be. My job's flexible enough I can take a good chunk of time off if I let them know months ahead of time and still be able to return without much disruption to my place there. So there's both of those things. One or the other could maybe be pushed aside for a little while. But not both.

It used to be I had all the possible time on my hands, but nobody to see and no way to visit them. Now I have people to see and the capacity to travel, but no time to see them. Seems fitting to my life, really.

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Jun. 26th, 2017 09:15 pm
such_heights: amy deep in thought (who: amy [dust after rain])
[personal profile] such_heights
It occurs to me I've been on twitter a lot the last two months, but nowhere else. So - hi. Still here. Grieving, but here.

Comments disabled as I think I've had as much sympathy as I can handle (it's much appreciated, just A Lot sometimes).

<3

Potential upcoming future events.

Jun. 25th, 2017 06:15 pm
hannah: (Travel - fooish_icons)
[personal profile] hannah
For once, it might not be geography itself getting in the way of fun.

My family’s going to Denmark for a long weekend in a few months, at the very beginning of September. Is there anyone in that country - on the European continent - in reasonable proximity to an international airport hub - who’d be interested in meeting up for an afternoon or possibly longer if schedules allow?

Check-In #1

Jun. 24th, 2017 08:21 am
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Today is our first check-in! You can check in over email or on this DW post (the comments on this post are screened, so your check-in here will be private between you and the mods).

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