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Crown of Thorns 'Verse Directory [Jul. 11th, 2012|02:58 pm]
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The following universe is a direct parallel to the Crown of Stars 'Verse AU: in this version of things, i.e. our present reality where events don't go to hell in a hand-basket the way they do in A Crown of Stars, things carry on more or less as you'd expect (albeit with some routine bumps in the road) and proceed like so:

*** Read the ongoing series at AO3! ***

did the in-text illustrations.

sejitsu has also done illustrations

threequarters is working on podfic.

My mix on 8tracks: A Crown of Thorns

[User Picture]From: katarzi
2012-07-05 12:38 am (UTC)
Question: What Matters is (seemingly) referenced in The Beach Botanist's Survival Guide - the post for the first says it's in the CoS 'verse, but is it also in CoT? Or is it the same conversation, just somewhere/sometime else? /curious
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[User Picture]From: irisbleufic
2012-07-05 02:16 am (UTC)
It's a similar conversation, but it's not the same one. Basically, in CoS 'verse, Aziraphale and Crowley become more intimately involved almost directly in the wake of the almost!Apocalypse (so, 1990), but in CoT 'verse, which is following "our" course of reality, as it were, current events as they are now, they don't get together till the cottage on the South Downs becomes a reality (i.e. 2005). But I see no reason why a conversation paralleling the one in CoS 'verse shouldn't have happened in CoT 'verse, so I've worked it in by mentioning it in BBSG.

Edited at 2013-03-19 11:20 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: misslemonbar
2014-06-06 04:39 pm (UTC)
This series has been one of my favourites for a long, long time, so I just felt I should make you aware of the (frankly embarrassing) dance of joy I did when I discovered these are now available on ao3.

Essentially, I had to undertake a long commute several times this week - we're talking up to four hours of travel time, here - and I desperately needed some well-loved literature to take with me. Good Omens has been a comfort read of mine since I was fourteen, and this series is (for me) the natural continuation; so the discovery of the fact that I could now take this with me in digital format wherever I go was actually the best news I had all week.

Just, y'know. Thought you should be aware.
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[User Picture]From: irisbleufic
2014-06-06 07:58 pm (UTC)
It took me a very long time to get all of my fanfiction from this journal uploaded to AO3, but as of November 2013, I accomplished the task. I'm so glad that reading this series brings you joy (I'm working on the next story in it as we speak, after a long hiatus), and I'm also glad that having it accessible in digital format has been so helpful :) I resisted AO3 for a long time because I loved LJ comment-culture too much, but now almost nobody comments here anymore, and all of the discourse is on Tumblr and AO3 (so I've been on Tumblr for a couple of years now). Thank you so much for saying hello and letting me know this :)
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