if i was a ghost id help little kids with math and throw vases at mean people
Oh I guess it’s time to start steering our ship back towards the Isles of Glee one last time.
COME DANCE THE DANCE OF OUR PEOPLE
COME EVERYONE SING THE SONG OF OUR PEOPLE
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So after many months of work, I’ve finally copyedited TKTD, fixing various grammar, spelling, punctuation, and even continuity errors in the original text, plus adding Spanish translations for every chapter and my personal chapter numbering to the start of each page. I didn’t change any of the major content of the story—just cleaned up little mistakes.
Pairings: Brittana (main), Samcedes (side)
Word Count: 476,084
Summary: “In the summer of 1898, Santana Lopez joined the J.P. Adams & Son Traveling Circus & Menagerie as it toured the states of the Upper American Midwest. She also fell in love with the knife thrower’s daughter.”
Also, for anyone interested, you can check out the completed TKTD prequel A Careless Man’s Careful Daughter on my FF profile, as well.
Since there is next to no textual evidence to suggest anything about the Lord Tubbington artwork, what follows is pretty much straight up fanfiction from me, okay?
Jabbering under the cut?
Title: My Friends Say that I’m Falling in Love
Pairings: Brittana romance, Brittanacedes friendship
Word Count: ~3,200
Summary: Brittany and Santana spend the week leading up to Valentine’s Day giving Mercedes grief about her date. Brittana romance, Brittanacedes friendship. Mouseverse.
Author’s Note: This story takes place in an AU which diverges from canons starting in episode 3x13 “Heart.” In this timeline, both Brittany and Santana graduated from WMHS in May 2012, and they never broke up. Instead, they moved across the country together and enrolled at UCLA. They live with Mercedes Jones and are currently in their sophomore year at college.