[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
I've written a strange little ghost story, featuring Bertie Wooster and his obscure literary ancestor, Reggie Pepper. Jeeves isn't in it all that much, as it's mostly set (just) pre-canon, but he does make an appearance.

Title: "A Touch of the Old Uncanny"
Rating: G
Words: 6608
Chapters: 4/4
Summary: Shortly before meeting Jeeves, Bertie has a strange adventure with a fellow member of the Drones.
Link: http://archiveofourown.org/works/9446090
[identity profile] lynndyre.livejournal.com
This is my first proper Jeeves-and-Wooster fic, written for this past Yuletide - I hope you like it!

The Man in the Second Row (1009 words) by lynndyre
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Jeeves - P. G. Wodehouse
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Reginald Jeeves, Bertram Wooster
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Priests
Summary: In which a piano is played, and Jeeves makes friends with the man hiding in his church.
[identity profile] lawnnun.livejournal.com

It was lucky that I had already heard of Rammy when I met him.

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ext_442164: Colourful balloons (stock: standing in sunshine)
[identity profile] with-rainfall.livejournal.com
This was meant to be written for the drabble challenge for 'soft toys', but it was too long, so here you go. I'm not sure when Bertie's parents died, but I didn't want to make him too young.
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ext_24392: (JW - Keep Calm Ring Jeeves - Sherlockian)
[identity profile] random-nexus.livejournal.com
Title: Jeeves And The Fink-Nottle Fix
Rating: G
Fandom: Jeeves & Wooster
Characters/Pairings: Bettina Winifred Wooster, Regina Jeeves, off-camera Gussie Fink-Nottle
Word Count: 459
Disclaimer: Not owning, not profiting, not pretending to be P.G. Wodehouse.
Spoilers: No.
Warnings: Nothing serious, other than Implications of newt skinning.
Original Prompt: “Jeeves and Wooster; genderswap (either one, both, your choice)” - Tygermama (Original Tumblr Post.)
Summary: Betti Wooster's new hat is a part of one of Jeeves' schemes.
Author's Notes: I was so chuffed at getting to 50k for NaNoWriMo that I reblogged a Fanfic Tropes Prompt post inviting people to give me prompts from a list of tropes. Funnily enough, I thought this one was going to be impossible when I first saw it, but a moment later the Muse sporked over a little scenario and here we are. I kinda enjoyed briefly exploring a female version of Jeeves & Wooster. Proof-Loofah ™ and Beta-Stick © action are all my fault, do squeak up if I flubbed.
[identity profile] sallymn.livejournal.com

Title: Five Word Ficlets... Bertie Wooster
Summary: As part of a meme challenge, I was given five random words to write ficlets about Bertie, the words being buttercups, the TARDIS, silk stockings, sika deer and marathon...
Rating: G, gen
Words:1200 in total
Disclaimer: No copyright infringement is intended; there's definitely no money in it.

Can be found here...


Aug. 30th, 2012 10:29 am
[identity profile] jestana.livejournal.com
Long time no see! *waves* I bring a small ficlet offering.

Title: Clockwork
Pairing/Characters: Bertie Wooster, Bingo Little; NA
Rating: G
Fandom: Jeeves & Wooster
Word Count: 146
Spoilers: Not really.
Summary: Bertie shows off his new valet
Notes/Warnings: Written for [livejournal.com profile] zekkass to fulfill a prompt she left here. Her prompt was Jeeves & Wooster, clockpunk, Jeeves/Bertie, Jeeves is something new and special: an android that simply needs to be wound daily to keep going.
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
Title: Jeeves and the End of the World (Part of the OMJW! Universe. The one where Jeeves and Wooster are God. Other parts Jeeves and the Mysterious Ways and Jeeves and the Big Bang)
Author: laeticia (channeling divine revelation, although the divinity in question may have been Dionysus)
Rating: G (unless you want a heresy rating then it’s full on “burn the witch”).
Characters: The Deity and the Deity’s Personal Deity (aka Wooster and Jeeves, more or less) plus brief guest appearance from another fandom.
Pairings: Still no General Relativity/Quantum Mechanics despite all the effort brainy coves have put in trying to get those two together. Some high-energy proton on proton action, but blink and you’ll miss it. (Please, someone, make me STOP.)
Genre: A serious treatise on weighty theological issues and a thoughtful exploration of contemporary problems in particle physics in no way describes this work.
Summary: Scripture-Wodehouse crossover in which the Deity’s personal Deity confronts a confounding physics problem, an aunt threatens a rift in the very the fabric of space-time, godheads are torn asunder, omnipotence is questioned, and the Darjeeling is perfectly brewed.
Warnings: Horrible liberties taken with Trinitarian theology and physics.(I’m assuming that if you're hoofing about here, you're not too easily offended by the odd splash or twelve of impiety, but if that isn’t your buttered crumpet, please ankle over to more genial parts.)
Disclaimer: Jeeves and Wooster belong to Wodehouse. The Great Old Ones belong to H.P Lovecraft (lucky him!). The Large Hadron Collider belongs to CERN. (That is probably the most ridiculous list of disclaimers I’ve ever had cause to write.)

sunny with a chance of apocalypse )
[identity profile] laeticiav.livejournal.com
Title: Jeeves and the Big Bang (2 short pieces from the OMJW!/God universe featured in Jeeves and the Mysterious Ways).
Rating: G, but potentially offensive to one's religious sensibilities and any other sensibilities one has floating about the place.
Warnings: Did I mention the blasphemy? God the Father might be a bit OOC (although we do see him in his generative/creative aspect here). Physics and biology are also probably a bit OOC. (The Holy Spirit is totally IC though.)
Pairing: None. God and his deity's personal deity, the Holy Spirit, are just good friends who share the same godhead. (Well, they have a son, but it's dashed confusing, because he's also them, so still not a pairing.)
Genre: Errr. Theology?
Summary: Scripture-Wodehouse crossover (i.e. both kinds of Holy Writ!). Existential questions are answered (badly). The action mostly takes place 3.8 and 13.7 billion years ago. Not sure if it's AU. There is lots of canon evidence for Jeeves being the Holy Spirit (omniscient, shimmering, manifesting from the void, "his wonders to perform" etc.) and anecdotal evidence from the cosmos is not inconsistent with a Woosterian aspect of God.
Notes: Recently [livejournal.com profile] godsdaisiechain reminded me of this cosmos and now there is more. (Full unspeakable awfulness shall be forthcoming, heralded by plagues of locusts... )

In the beginning was the Wodehouse... )


Jan. 19th, 2012 04:31 pm
[identity profile] ironicbees.livejournal.com
I finally got a tablet! I've been practicing and experimenting with it a lot, but have only done one picture so far that I felt was good enough to post. It's just a portrait of Bertie.

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[identity profile] mxdp.livejournal.com
Art: Jeeves giving Bertie an old-fashioned shave
Artist: [livejournal.com profile] mxdp
Commission for: [livejournal.com profile] hazeltea
Rating: G

That's all! :)
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
[livejournal.com profile] shiplizard's post just before this one got me thinking about this little oddity that I wrote earlier this year. In fact, doing this was part of what revived my latent obsession with Jeeves and Wooster these past few months. This is an excerpt from a game of Werewolf that I played with friends over on Very Serious, the Hyperbole and a Half forum, where I go by Egyptomaniacal. I played as Jeeves and Bertie, and Jeeves was just too damned smart for his own good -- my "team" took out several werecreatures before they finally tagged us for death. I was given the honor of writing my own death scene.

(I was also asked to write the death scene for another character who had become inactive -- that's what the peculiar little coda is about.) If you're interested in slogging through the whole game, the original thread is here



Sep. 21st, 2011 03:18 pm
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
Here are a few doodles I did today, mostly of Wodehousian women:

Three ladies and one Wooster behind the cut! )
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
Title: From the Diary of Pauline Wooster
Author: Wotwotleigh
Pairing: Bertie/Pauline (but the story is pretty gen); there's some slashy speculation in this one.
Rating: G
Words: 1,071
Summary: Jeeves comes to visit.
Disclaimer: Jeeves, Bertie et al. belong to P. G. Wodehouse. I just wrote this for fun.
Author's Notes: This is the fourth installment in my epistolary series that started with Dear Mr. Jeeves. The second part is Jeeves Replies (and there is an awesome remix reply by [livejournal.com profile] erynn999  here).The third part is Affectionately, Bertie Wooster.


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Pure Fluff

Jun. 14th, 2011 08:35 pm
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
Here are two tiny mini ficlets inspired by songs that came up on shuffle on my iPod. I'm apparently in a thoroughly soppy mood.

Title: Solace
Author: Wotwotleigh
Pairing: Biffy/Mabel
Rating: G
Words: 164
Summary: Jeeves is a good uncle.
Disclaimer: Jeeves, Bertie et al. belong to P. G. Wodehouse. I just wrote this for fun.
Author's Notes: Inspired by Solace (written by Scott Joplin, 1909; performed by Richard Zimmerman, 1970s?)


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Title: Somebody Loves Me
Author: Wotwotleigh
Pairing: Unspecified. I'll leave it up to you. ;)
Rating: G
Words: 81
Summary: Bertie is not above a little soppiness now and again. He also lives dangerously.
Disclaimer: Jeeves, Bertie et al. belong to P. G. Wodehouse. I just wrote this for fun.
Author's Notes: Inspired by Somebody Loves Me (George Gershwin, 1924. Performed by Marion Harris, 1924).


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[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
I'm still trying to pin down my style (and the way I draw Bertie, for that matter). This is in progress, but I'm impatient and I wanted to share it with you all now, dash it! This one is inspired by the art of Ethel Hays
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[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
Title: Affectionately, Bertie Wooster
Author: Wotwotleigh
Pairing: Bertie/Pauline (but the story is pretty gen)
Rating: G
Words: 740
Summary: Bertie replies to a letter from Jeeves.
Disclaimer: Jeeves, Bertie et al. belong to P. G. Wodehouse. I just wrote this for fun.
Author's Notes: This is the third (and probably final?) installment in my epistolary series that started with Dear Mr. Jeeves. The second part is Jeeves Replies (and there is an awesome remix reply by [livejournal.com profile] erynn999  here).


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[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com

Title: Dear Mr. Jeeves
Author: Wotwotleigh
Pairing: Bertie/Pauline (but the story is pretty gen)
Rating: G
Words: 1,093
Summary: A young lady writes a letter to Jeeves.
Disclaimer: Jeeves, Bertie et al. belong to P. G. Wodehouse. I just wrote this for fun.
Author's Notes: This little ficlet was inspired by recent discussion of Bertie as an unreliable narrator here and in the comments to Erynn999's fic "A Butler's Advice". No slash in this one.


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[identity profile] 61803.livejournal.com
I've been up for far too long, and I've been watching not enough way too much Jeeves and Wooster with a friend. We really like the Drones and um...I can't even explain how this came into existence, except that it did.


Edit: Oh my lords and ladies, I didn't realize it was so dashed big. Adjusted the size so you can see it all in one go.

Edit 2.0: If any of you FABULOUS writers wanted to write a fic to go alone with this (Something along the lines of Jeeves in charge of the Drones boys for a weekend over the summer hols) I would love you FOREVER.


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