Mac's Fanfiction e-Library
A collection of original (and not-so-original) works of fiction and fanfiction written under the pseudonym Mac O'Roni (that's me). I'm adding to this site all the time, so check back often for updates!
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The Sugar High Stories: Short, humorous stories dealing with Gambit's ADHD. Some slash.
More Than One Way to Skin a Cajun: Gambit chooses the wrong day to pick on Wolverine--slash.
The Number You Have Reached...: Gambit's fiendish plan backfires--some slash-like references
Joker's Wild: Gambit sings a very naughty song about Wolverine at a school assembly, and has to pay the price--
"What I've Learned From the X-Men" by Gambit: Gambit compiles a list of all the things he's been taught not to do
since joining the team--some slash-like references and bad language
Only When They're Sleeping: Gambit and Wolverine spend a hectic day with the X-Babies--Humor
Sometimes you Just Gotta Mess With Their Minds: Gambit is trapped in the sinister clutches of that most heinous of villains, a sadistic fanfic writer--Slash
Short Slash: Like it says, padnat. Short stories dealing with homosexual/homoerotic themes (not usually too explicit, with me, but watch it).
Predator/Prey: Logan on the prowl.
Cagin' a Cajun: The end of the hunt (sequel to Predator/Prey).
The Boy and M'Sieu: Short stories dealing with Remy LeBeau's childhood centering around the guild and his relationship with his adoptive father and the other children of the LeBeau clan.
The Death of Le Diable Blanc: A pickpocket dies, and a thief is born. The amplified story of how Le Diable Blanc came to join the New Orleans Thieves Guild.
Heaven and Earth: Serial adventures of Gambit and the United Guilds of New Orleans, beginning with a multi-part story of the fulfillment of the prophecy.
Episode One: Emil finds a demon and Gambit is forced to consider steps.
Episode Two: Gambit consults Tante Mattie.
Episode Three: Gambit forges a deeper connection with his missing father.
The Song Remembers When:Short stories featuring Remy and the X-Men, of many parts of the comicverse, including the Age of
Apocalypse and the Witness permutation, featuring stories set to song lyrics
Romance: Logan meets up with Remy at a dance club for a little heart-to-heart--implied slash
The Kiss (You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This): Sequel to "Romance"--implied slash
Bad Moon Rising: Sequel to "The Kiss (You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This)"--slash
The Dance: Sequel to "Bad Moon Rising"--character death
The Visit: Sequel to "The Dance"; final sequel in series--Logan moves on
Almost Goodbye: Remy and Logan fight a lot, but they make up very nicely--implied slash
Painter Passing Through: The Witness looks back on the greatest love of his life--implied slash
The Death Card: Gambit betrays the X-Men and joins forces with Apocalypse, but all is not as it seems.
Prologue: A midnight assignation.
Chapter One: The transformation begins.
Chapter Two: Betrayal revealed.
Chapter Three: What lies beneath.
Chapter Four: Absent friends.
Chapter Five: Pesky
Chapter Six: The Plains of Meggido.
Chapter Seven: The truth at last?
Save a Horse, Ride a Cajun: Blinded in a recent accident (comic verse), Gambit must come to terms with his changing life, changing in more ways than he could have expected.
Episode One: "Catwalk"
Episode Two: "Breaking Away"
Sinister Intent: Mr. Sinister captures Gambit and uses a new invention to control his mind long enough to cause severe havok at the X-Mansion and to perform a series of highly successful implantations that Gambit must learn to deal with
Lock-Down: Remy and Logan are cellmates at a mutant concentration camp, where a relationship evolves and Remy
begins to show his true colors--unfinished.
Someone To Watch Over Me: Remy deals with the aftermath of Antarctica--unfinished.
Moonlight Serenade: Remy reunites with a childhood friend--unfinished.
The Starlight Saga: Logan, Hank, and Ororo know that something is wrong with Remy, but will he let them help him
before it's too late? Slash.
Stephen King/Dark Tower Fics
The Shitslinger: Parody/satire of Stephen King's The Gunslinger, Volume One of the Dark Tower series.
Pet Seminary: Parody/satire of Stephen King's Pet Semetary,.
Short stories and poetry: Covers a wide variety of topics and genres.