Silbrith

Silbrith



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  1. Summary

    White Collar AU where Peter Burke recruited Neal Caffrey to work for the FBI in late 2003, and Neal never went to prison. Features a paternal relationship between Peter and Neal. Background information and story summaries are available on the Caffrey Conversation story summaries page of our blog, Penna Nomen & Silbrith Conversation .

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    2,104,905
    Works:
    36
    Bookmarks:
    163
  2. Summary

    A fusion series of White Collar with Supernatural. The stories are set within the Caffrey Conversation timeline but may be read separately. Background information and story summaries are available on the Crossed Lines page of the blog Penna Nomen and I co-write, Penna Nomen & Silbrith Conversation .

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    245,087
    Works:
    7
    Bookmarks:
    4
  3. Summary

    A series of stories based on The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman. For those familiar with the novels, the stories take place shortly after Irene assumes the Librarian-in Residence position in London at the end of The Invisible Library and before the second novel, The Masked City. Background information and story summaries are available on the Tales from the Library page of the blog Penna Nomen and I co-write, Penna Nomen & Silbrith Conversation .

    Words:
    41,540
    Works:
    4
    Bookmarks:
    2
  4. Summary

    A series of stories based on the All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness. The name of the series is derived from a custom spell Diana weaves for Jack in the third novel, The Book of Life. Jack is introduced in the second novel, Shadow of Night, and continues to play a role for the rest of the trilogy, but much of his story is left untold. This series is designed to fill in some of those blanks. Background information and story summaries are available on the Six-Crossed Knot page of the blog Penna Nomen and I co-write, Penna Nomen & Silbrith Conversation .

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    39,196
    Works:
    7
    Bookmarks:
    4
  5. Summary

    In Arkham Files, White Collar characters are fused into the world of the Cthulhu Mythos as envisioned by H.P. Lovecraft and others. No prior knowledge of either White Collar or Lovecraft is required. Although Lovecraft is a master of the horror genre, in Arkham Files the emphasis is on science fiction and fantasy with a generous sprinkling of romance. Neal and Sara are both in their early 20s. Neal and Peter are professors at Miskatonic University in Arkham, Massachusetts. Meta fiction with characters in Caffrey Conversation discussing Arkham Files stories. Background information and story summaries are available on the Arkham Files page of the blog Penna Nomen and I co-write, Penna Nomen & Silbrith Conversation .

    Words:
    271,711
    Works:
    6
    Bookmarks:
    2

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