It Just Is
Summary: Arthur Kirkland, a famous writer that goes by the name of Janice Mayflower, did not enjoy the company of others. Hopefully, his new American next-door tenant can change that… USUK
Status: Ongoing. Irregular updates.
Oneshots. Older ones near the top. Expect less quality from them.
Give me your Coffee, I’ll Give you my Tea
Word Count: 1,327
Summary: America agrees that if England tries his coffee, than he will try tea. However, when England comes over to have coffee, he gets an unexpected surprise.
Shoved into the Closet
Word Count: 1,178
Summary: When Japan locks England and America in a closet together, they are not pleased. When the temperature suddenly drops down to 20 degrees, they are very upset. Cue America’s hero complex kicking in to warm England up.
All In a Day’s Work
Word Count: 3,394
Summary: Arthur was going to confess today. Alfred had plans with two girls. Out of jealousy, he follows him. He’s led to… an orphanage?
Kiss it Better
Word Count: 1,359
Summary: Arthur is called by Alfred in the middle of the night, asking for help. Go, go Arthur!
Word Count: 6,648
Summary: America and England have shared many things together over the years. Let’s take a look.
Word Count: 1,143
Summary: It had taken him years to finally be able to touch England with no threat of physical harm, but rarely did he ever get to observe and simply ponder their relationship. He is given this chance as one day, he wakes up before him.
Word Count: 1,233
Summary: It’s only because he hadn’t been ice skating in a long time! That’s the only reason why he’s stumbling! But as Alfred grabs him and leads him through the ice, he finds himself gliding in a way he never had before.
And It Goes On
Word Count: 3,404
Summary: It had been exactly 63 years, 57 days, 13 hours, 27 minutes, and 38 seconds since Alfred and Arthur begun dating.
Word Count: 1,711
Summary: In the midst of WWII, Arthur has had problems sleeping. Alfred has also been assigned to sleep in the same tent as him. Written for the USxUK Short Story Anthology over at the LiveJournal community.