I'm going to try to finish it up completely this week before school really kicks in but I have a feeling I'm really going to wish I hadn't done this.
Or maybe not.
My story feels pretty weak right now, but I can probably shore it up after I get it *completed*. First things first.
Title: In the Stillness of Remembering
Pairing: Steve Rogers/Tony Stark (Pepper Potts/Tony Stark)
Universe: Marvel Avengers Movieverse
Spoilers: All Marvel: Phase One films; Basic trappings of the Winter Soldier conceit
Warnings: Thoughts of infidelity, brief captivity/medical experimentation without consent
Summary: Steve Rogers is a reminder of a past that Tony Stark would rather forget. But when Steve’s own ghosts suddenly become the present, Tony finds he and Steve need each other to face the future.
Art Masterpost: Available here
Soundtrack: Available here
Author's Note: Many, many thanks to the wonderful artist, chosenfire28 for her absolutely gorgeous pieces! She did such a wonderful job and I am so grateful for her hard work. Muchas gracias to the lovely romelwen, my faithful and supportive beta reader who is my forever cheerleader and most awesome friend. Thank you for taking on another 'bang. :)
Story on AO3
1. Soldier - Goo Goo Dolls
2. Myth - Beach House
3. Gamma Ray - Aimee Mann
4. A Poor Man's Memory - Explosions in the Sky
5. Clear the Area - Imogen Heap
6. Younger Than America - Idlewild
7. Lonesome Dreams - Lord Huron
8. Nearness of You - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
9. After the Bombs - The Decemberists
10. Last Waltz - Horsefeathers
11. Frozen Angels - Zoe Keating
12. I Can't See New York - Tori Amos
13. Opinions vs. the Sun - Stars vs. The Album Leaf
14. I'll Never Smile Again - Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra
15. If I Didn't Care - The Inkspots
16. Hard One to Know - Benjamin Gibbard
17. Past in Present - Feist
18. This Close - Brad Kane
If you download, could you drop a comment and let me know? I'm just interested if anyone actually likes these things, so I know if I should do it in the future. :)
ANYWAY. Off to do more of that pesky schoolwork. At least I get to write about Alias for my Feminist Television Criticism class this week. Sydney Bristow still kicks ass.