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22 August 2008 @ 11:06 pm
Mini!Dresdens Launch Page  


Mini!Dresdens 'Verse Stories





Family Dynamics:
Sometimes history repeats itself. And it sucks.
(Harry, Bob, Mal, Fay.)

A Quick Moment [Pre-Series]:
In which Miranda finds out that fate works in mysterious ways.
(Miranda)

Symphony for Violin and Wizard [Pre-Series]
Harry gets a look at what Miranda does for a living. And she, rather exepectedly, gets a look at what he does.
(Miranda)

Addicted [Pre-Series]
Nothing is normal when you date a wizard. Not even being stood up.
(Miranda, Harry, Bob, Murphy)

Put a Ring On it [Pre-Series]
Harry has plans and Bob isn't very happy about them.
(Miranda)

Burnt Toast [Pre-Series]
Harry receives some happy news as a result of his breakfast food choice.
(Miranda)

Something Indescribable [Pre-Series]:
Bob contemplates his new role in life/death.
(Bob, Harry, Miranda, Fay)

Moving Day [Pre-Series]:
What it says on the tin - moving day, Dresden style.
(Harry, Miranda, Fay)

Running Water [Pre-Series]:
When Harry suffers yet another loss in his life, he finds comfort in the fact that there's one person who won't leave him. [Angst Warning!]
(Harry, Bob, Mal, Fay)

Picnic:
Murphy spends a day with the Dresden family.
(Murphy, Fay, Harry, Mal, Bob)





The Right Shoes:
Who knew buying shoes could be so dramatic?
(Fay, Mal, Harry)

Autumn Nights And Falling Stars:
Fay Dresden solves a problem.
(Bob, Fay, ft. Harry and Mal)

Generations:
Harry and the kids make a visit to the ranch.
(Harry, Fay, Mal, McCoy)

Lost at Sea:
Aren't vacations supposed to be relaxing?
(Harry, Fay, Mal, Gramma Katie)

The Wrath of Cinderella
Glass slippers make good weapons. [A Hallowe'en story.]
(Harry, Fay, Mal)

Pet Peeve:
The Dresden Family acquire a furry friend - but not the kind Fay is hoping for.
(Harry, Fay, Mouse)

The Great Snowball Treaty:
Fun in the snow, Dresden-style.
(Murphy, Fay, Mal, Mouse, Harry, Bob)

The Copper Violin:
A Christmas disaster is rescued by a Christmas miracle, courtesy of awesome friends and family and a not-so-fictional Santa Claus.
(Harry, Bob, Fay, Mal, Mouse)

One of Gramma's Spells:
The Dresdens scare away a storm.
(Harry, Bob, Fay, Mal, Mouse, Gramma Katie)

Adventures in Baby-Sitting [AU, DF/TW crossover]
Jack learns that alien hunting and baby-sitting don't always mix.
(Fay and Mal)


NOTE: Stories are set-up in rough chronological order, not necessarily the order they were written in. 'Pre-Series' implies a story set before 'Family Dynamics'. 'AU' implies a story not quite in the same 'verse as the rest. If you are new to the series, Family Dynamics should be read first. It sets up the whos, whats and whys of the series.
 
 
 
donutsweeper: bouncedonutsweeper on August 23rd, 2008 03:47 am (UTC)
oooh!!! YAY for mini!dresdens!!!!
The Writer They Call Tay: DH: Coming Alongawanderingbard on August 23rd, 2008 10:48 am (UTC)
Since you have commented, I will use you as my guinea pig (muahahaha!). Do you like the way it's set-up now? I put them in the order they were written. Or do you think it would be better to set them up in chronological order? The problem with chronological would be figuring out just how they go and then fitting new stories in, but the way it's set-up now, people new to the series might be confused by the time jumps. What do you think, if I may ask?
The other Weird Al: Dresden Files - Harry and stickaeron_lanart on August 23rd, 2008 01:36 pm (UTC)
Personally I'd stick them in chronological order, but my brain works better that way. Just don't give them numbers! Whenever you write a new one, just indicate that it is the latest addition.

I'm happy you've done a launch page though as there's a few of these I'd missed and having them all on one page makes it a lot easier! I love the mini!dresdens.
The Writer They Call Tay: Dresden: ready for actionawanderingbard on August 24th, 2008 06:09 pm (UTC)
I thought it would be easier to link to this page than to my tags one where it would be 'go look at this long page of stories in reverse order and try to find the one you want'.

What you're saying makes sense, about the order. I do think people should read Family Dynamics first, since it has who these people are and how they got here in it, and I've tried not to repeat the same backstory in the others over and over again. After that, I might end up putting them in chronological order, especially if I end up writing stories where they are older or younger than they are now.

Thanks!
donutsweeperdonutsweeper on August 23rd, 2008 04:05 pm (UTC)
you specify the pre-series one, so that's good.

the others.... so far the kids haven't "grown" in them, right? As long as that's the case I think you're fine.
The Writer They Call Tay: Dresden: Harry magickingawanderingbard on August 24th, 2008 06:12 pm (UTC)
No, they're all about the same time, except for Family Dynamics and Picnic, which are set about six months or so before The Right Shoes. But they're already in order, so that should be alright.

Thanks for the feedback! :-)