farrell/mcclane

My Eyes Choose to Blur (and my body unwinds)

For the past twenty-three and a half years, Matt Farrell has been hiding what he is from everyone he knows, save the odd friend or two. Discovering, at the tender age of thirteen, that he was gay wouldn’t have been

Getting to Know You

They’d saved the country, dammit. They deserved some fucking fun, and they were too lame to have any. “That’s it,” Matt said, making a decision. “We’re going to do this, McClane. No excuses. We are too awesome to be so

National Pastime

“Nothing like the upper deck at Shea in July,” McClane said, in a hearty, two-working-legs, not-even-wearing-a-sling-anymore kind of voice that made Matt want to punch him a little bit.

Save As

Save As – the moment of deciding if this is something you want to keep and what to name it.* Follows All I Want for Christmas.

All I Want for Christmas

John McClane no longer celebrates Christmas.* Follows Rewriting the Disk.

Rewriting the Disk

The thing is, John’s too goddamn old to be going through a sexual identity crisis.* Sequel to Connectivity.

Connectivity (Five Meals John Didn’t Plan to Have)

John gets home after midnight with his head aching and a taste on his tongue for the whiskey in his kitchen cabinet. The person sitting on his stoop steps has his head down, and for a moment John starts to

Coda

Matt tries to work out how his story ends.*

Situation Normal

Six months after the Fire Sale, and everything is back to normal. Well, mostly normal. Normal-ish. John gets up every morning, gets dressed, goes to work, gets his paycheck, goes home, lifts weights, jerks off, and goes to sleep. Only

The Height of Technology is Frozen Pizza

Matt’s story starts at the end: post-traumatic stress disorder, therapy, a job with the Feebles, no job with the Feebles, back to Camden, up to Brooklyn, over to Queens, more laptops than Matt can shake a stick at and Red

The Height of Technology is Frozen Pizza

Matt’s story starts at the end: post-traumatic stress disorder, therapy, a job with the Feebles, no job with the Feebles, back to Camden, up to Brooklyn, over to Queens, more laptops than Matt can shake a stick at and Red

Series || Life, Mid-Crisis

When Matt bought the gym membership, he knew he was screwed.*

The One Where Matt Farrell Is Most Certainly Not Sleeping With John McClane (not even a little)

“Life is not a wet dream, Frederick. It’s not even a B movie. Guys like McClane don’t fuck guys like me. Ever.”*

Series || Bad Habits Die Hard

McClane had this thing, where he went around talking to himself when he was agitated.*