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Title: Time Marches On
Pairing: Gen: Team.
Rating: G
Length: 23 260
Spoilers: Through "Don't Ever Change".
Summary: House once called change one of the greatest tragedies in life. His teams--the old one and the newbies--are learning this even as House himself continues to deal with things he can change, and things he cannot.
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[personal profile] namaste creates a believable, canon-consistent episodic story in Time Marches On. The new team and the old are wonderfully characterized, each becoming an individual in their own point of view section. The story is centered around a strong medical plot, with well-researched details and interesting original characters who keep the mystery alive, with a very Housian twist at the end. [personal profile] namaste takes the opportunity to dive in to how each member of House's team feels about the changes in their lives. And through all their lives, there is House: creating new Feng Shui in the office, chasing down a diagnosis, and in the end, opening up only to Wilson. Time Marches On is a strong ensemble story, and [personal profile] namaste writes confidently and ably, getting into the minds of every character she takes on.


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Title: how to skin your knees standing straight
Author: [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction
Pairing: House/Cameron, Chase/Cameron
Rating: R
Length: 20 000 words
Spoilers: Through "Human Error".
Summary: That summer, Cameron tries to keep her choices straight. Why should she stay?
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With a rich, unusual narrative style, [personal profile] fated_addiction has crafted a compelling account of Cameron's indecision during the summer between season three and season four. Cameron is torn between Chase, who wants to convince her that she is ready to move on--and specifically, move on with him--and House, whose strong, abiding pull hasn't faded simply because Cameron quit her fellowship. [personal profile] fated_addiction writes a believable and sympathetic characterization for Cameron, showing how she knows she ought to want to move on, but at the same time, how much she simply isn't ready to let go. There is a desperate languor to Cameron's actions that is strongest in the scene after she finally gives in to temptation. In how to skin your knees standing straight, [personal profile] fated_addiction has built a wonderful atmosphere of ambivalence, uncertainty, and, finally, acceptance.


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Title: Cover Art
Subject: I didn't know you were this close.
Pairing/Rating: House/Cameron, G.
Medium: Cover Art
Artist: [livejournal.com profile] elizabethswan_



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Title: how to skin your knees standing straight
Author: [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction
Pairing: House/Cameron
Rating: R
Length: 20 000 words
Spoilers: None.
Summary: That summer, Cameron tries to keep her choices straight. Why should she stay?
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Subject: "Novel Cover Paperback" (for online use only)
Pairing/Rating: Team, G.
Medium: Wallpaper
Artist: [livejournal.com profile] elizabethswan_



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Title: Time Marches On
Author: [personal profile] namaste
Pairing: None
Rating: G
Length: 24 000 words.
Spoilers: None.
Summary: House once called change one of the greatest tragedies in life. His teams -- the old one and the newbies -- are learning this even as House himself continues to deal with things he can change, and things he cannot. Casefic with multiple POVs.
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Title: Time Marches On
Pairing: Gen: Team.
Rating: G
Length: 23 260
Spoilers: Through "Don't Ever Change".
Summary: House once called change one of the greatest tragedies in life. His teams--the old one and the newbies--are learning this even as House himself continues to deal with things he can change, and things he cannot.
Excerpt )

[livejournal.com profile] namasteyoga creates a believable, canon-consistent episodic story in Time Marches On. The new team and the old are wonderfully characterized, each becoming an individual in their own point of view section. The story is centered around a strong medical plot, with well-researched details and interesting original characters who keep the mystery alive, with a very Housian twist at the end. [livejournal.com profile] namasteyoga takes the opportunity to dive in to how each member of House's team feels about the changes in their lives. And through all their lives, there is House: creating new Feng Shui in the office, chasing down a diagnosis, and in the end, opening up only to Wilson. Time Marches On is a strong ensemble story, and [livejournal.com profile] namasteyoga writes confidently and ably, getting into the minds of every character she takes on.

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First Artist: [livejournal.com profile] isaytoodlepip

House deals with the changes in his team and the events that led up to them.



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Second Artist: [livejournal.com profile] elizabethswan_

I hope the dark colors and simplistic value address to the emptiness House feels as he thinks of time/routine/life.



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Third Artist: [livejournal.com profile] cosmo_mouse

A blend of the old teams and the new, using composition to mirror each other.



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Title: how to skin your knees standing straight
Author: [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction
Pairing: House/Cameron, Chase/Cameron
Rating: R
Length: 20 000 words
Spoilers: Through "Human Error".
Summary: That summer, Cameron tries to keep her choices straight. Why should she stay?
Excerpt )

With a rich, unusual narrative style, [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction has crafted a compelling account of Cameron's indecision during the summer between season three and season four. Cameron is torn between Chase, who wants to convince her that she is ready to move on--and specifically, move on with him--and House, whose strong, abiding pull hasn't faded simply because Cameron quit her fellowship. [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction writes a believable and sympathetic characterization for Cameron, showing how she knows she ought to want to move on, but at the same time, how much she simply isn't ready to let go. There is a desperate languor to Cameron's actions that is strongest in the scene after she finally gives in to temptation. In how to skin your knees standing straight, [livejournal.com profile] fated_addiction has built a wonderful atmosphere of ambivalence, uncertainty, and, finally, acceptance.

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First Artist: [livejournal.com profile] elizabethswan_

I attempted to make a somewhat dreamy atmosphere without wanting to let go of the angst and making it completely feminine.



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Second Artist: [livejournal.com profile] pandorashollow

"...I hoped that I would never find all the shit I left behind
Now I find the child in me is going to remind me that I can't forget my past for long"




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