08 June 2017 @ 07:10 pm
Title: Customer Service
Characters: Anya, Giles
Rating: PG
Last line to be used as my first: “Too big for the sink.” (Thanks, [personal profile] il_mio_capitano)

Too big for the sink. Luckily, she’d come prepared. Anya grabbed the chainsaw.
“What in the world are you doing?” Giles bellowed.
Human expressions were so tricky sometimes. Case in point, Giles looked furious, but why?
“I'm preparing a sale, obviously. Serving our customer base. Paying your rent.”
Giles edged closer, then jerked away, covering his nose and mouth in — disgust — Anya ventured a guess.
“Good Lord! Is that a Kungai demon? In my kitchen?”
“Don’t be ridiculous!” Anya patted the Tak horn through her steel-reinforced glove. “The whole demon’s eight-foot tall, five hundred pounds. This is just the head.”
22 July 2013 @ 08:31 pm
Title: Who's Afraid of Thunder?
Fandom: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Characters/Pairing: Giles/Anya
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: 226
Summary: There are still some things that can frighten an ex-vengeance demon.
A/N: written for [livejournal.com profile] summer_of_giles

who is afraid of thunder? )
13 June 2013 @ 11:43 am
Title: My Renfaire Lady
Author: Gileswench

Contact: gileswench@yahoo.com

Date: 6/13/13
Timeline: Set during the break between seasons 4 and 5
Summary: Renfaire makes Giles grumpy… until two women help him out
Rating: FRT

Pairing: G/Anya friendship, hints of eventual B/G romance
Category: friendship fic, humor
Distribution: If you've had my permission in the past, you have it now. All others, ask and ye shall receive.

Feedback: Constructive criticism always welcome. Praise abjectly sought.

Disclaimer: It all belongs to Joss, Mutant Enemy, etc., etc., etc. I just let them have all the fun Joss won't. I own nothing except my twisted mind which you really don't want. Please don't sue. Notes: This is my first of two fics for Summer of Giles, 2013. Huge thanks to the ever-fabulous Fabrisse for the plotbunny. And yes, I have spent a lot of time at Renaissance Faires. In fact, I met my husband at one… but I never lost sight of the ludicrous anachronisms.

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