14 Jun 2019
It begins at the end. Or perhaps, more precisely, it ends at the beginning.
The Sunday afternoon after the Apocalypse, to be precise.
Seven days prior Adam Young had recreated the world.
Today an angel and a demon are are picnicking together in St. James Park.
It is a perfectly sunny day, the park is filled with perfectly sunny people, and the food Aziraphale has wrapped very prettily and tucked into an antique picnic basket along side a bottle of exceedingly expensive champagne is perfectly delicious.
Crowley is in hell.
12 Jun 2019
"I've never met anyone as stupid as you," Crowley says, sounding somewhere between exhausted and impressed. "You're never going to Hell again."
"I hope so," Aziraphale manages, his voice coming out muffled.
"That wasn't a suggestion, angel."
01 Jun 2019
Anathema Device is four whiskeys deep when she cocks her head like a little bird and says “why?”
OR: Sometime after the End, a witch and a demon have a conversation
20 Jul 2012
“You know,” Crowley rasped as he struggled to scrape himself off the ground, “I can't shake the feeling that there must be an easier way to go about this.”
A possible take on the birth of the Arrangement.
15 Jul 2019
"After the apoca-wasn’t, time carries on - as time does. Days bleed into months, and months into years.
And through it all, Heaven and Hell remain unnervingly silent.
Crowley and Aziraphale sometimes catch sight of them - angels more often than demons. Not because the demons are any better at sneaking about; there are simply less of them sneaking (between the two, Heaven’s always been the more vengeful). But their watchers - whether angel or demon - don’t go so far as to speak. Rather, they observe - usually from some distance, dark gazes following. Watching."
Ch.1 A Touch Like Sunlight: Crowley accidentally threatens an Archangel.
Ch. 2 A Love Like Moonlight: When Aziraphale is threatened by angels who seek justice for Aziraphale's crimes against Heaven, Crowley comes up with a plan to keep him safe from harm.