My aim for this month was to write at least half of the stories for the second of the year Alphabet Meme and I'm pleased to say I achieved this. I had twenty-seven stories in all to write and wrote sixteen this month.
TITLE: Welcome To The Hellmouth
SUMMARY: Buffy had hoped that by going to Sunnydale her troubles would all be behind her and she wouldn't have to bother about slaying ever again. However, first the librarian, who apparently was her watcher, and then a perfect stranger seem intent on making her fulfill her destiny.
CHARACTER: Rupert Giles
TITLE: Home Is Where The Heart Is
SUMMARY: Giles decides he needs a break away from Sunnydale and the Hellmouth. He finds what he thinks is the ideal small town where nothing bad apparently ever happens
TITLE: Heading Undercover
SUMMARY: Welsh needs Fraser and Ray to go undercover as a couple. Ray is not happy; Fraser however is perfectly okay with the idea.
TITLE: Realising His True Feelings
SUMMARY: Tommy is furious with Barbara for putting her life in danger.
TITLE: Quietening The Silence
SUMMARY: Set after the end of the war. One of the many things Hawkeye hated about Korea was that it was never silent. So now that he is home again without the constant noise he should be happy. So why isn't he?
TITLE: Still Loved (Abby/McGee)
SUMMARY: Tim and Abby have grown old together.
TITLE: A Dozen Roses (McGee/Palmer)
SUMMARY: Tim arrives at the Navy Yard on the first working day of the New Year to find a single rose on his desk. He has no idea who put it there, but to begin with he thinks it's some kind of joke and then more roses appear.
TITLE: For More Than Just One Night (McGee/Palmer)
SUMMARY: Tim wakes up in his own bed after a night out celebrating. However, he is not alone; in his bed is Jimmy. The problem is Tim can't remember what, if anything happened, the previous evening. He just knows one thing: he wants it to be more than just once, but he doesn’t know if Jimmy wants the same thing.
TITLE: Gut Instinct (Gibbs/Fornell)
SUMMARY: Fornell has apparently left DC by choice. However, Gibbs simply doesn't believe it.
TITLE: Into The Sunset (Gibbs/Ducky)
SUMMARY: Gibbs has to retire and Ducky had always said he would retire at the same time. Gibbs had thought he would be able to easily fill his days, but time hangs heavily on his hands. Bored not only with retirement but also with DC, Gibbs realizes he wants and needs something new in his life.
TITLE: Looking Beyond The Obvious (Gibbs/Ducky)
SUMMARY: When a young Marine is found dead an anonymous tip points to one person. However, there is a problem and the team is divided.
TITLE: No Names No Pack Drill (Gibbs/Ducky)
SUMMARY: Gibbs and Ducky meet for the first time and spend a night together. Many years later they meet again.
TITLE: Time To Tell (DiNozzo/Palmer)
SUMMARY: Tony and Jimmy have been keeping a big secret from the team. The day comes when it can be a secret no longer.
TITLE: Keeping My Rabbit Warm
SUMMARY: Set during their school days. Winter hits the school, a bitterly cold, brutal winter. The third form dorm and common room are both cold; however, Raffles's study is warm and cosy.
SUMMARY: Raffles and Bunny receive an invitation from Charleston and Urquhart to attend a special dinner. However, Raffles knows he’ll have to be very persuasive in order to get his rabbit to agree to the full dress code.
TITLE: X Marks The Spot
SUMMARY: Bunny is missing and Raffles is determined to find him, even if it involves getting help from the police. However, before he can go to the police he receives information pertaining to Bunny and it is Charleston and not the police who sets out to help Raffles find his rabbit.
NUMBER OF STORIES: 16
WORD COUNT: 82,335
STORY LENGTHS: From 3,020 to 11,570
YEARLY WORD COUNT: 593,025