You’ve come to Tatau’s personal fanfiction archive.
All of the stories here belong to the Due South fandom.
If you’ve never heard of this TV show than you have definitely missed out on something, but don’t worry it is never too late to broaden your horizon.
You can find all of Tatau’s stories by name on the right hand side – or you could simply look through the categories to pick one by length or rating.
All of the stories here (so far) are Fraser/Ray Kowalski centric. So if male on male action isn’t your thing this might not be the best place for you to be.
Feel free to look through the other stuff although it has nothing whatsoever to do with Due South. You can go and have a look at my travel blog or at my older fanfictions but it’s all in German, don’t say you haven’t been warned.
Please respect the ratings. If you’re old enough to read this, you’re definitely old enough to understand the ratings. Every story is rated between PG (for all ages) and NC-17 (for adults only). You’re the reader and I think that you should be able to choose what you read but I don’t take any responsibility if you choose to ignore the ratings.
If you have a Livejournal account and want to friend me or talk a bit more you can go straight ahead 🙂
Oh, and here’s probably the most important bit: Why do I even write in this fandom? Here it comes:
Ten Things I Love About This Fandom
- The characters have a real life feel to them; they get hurt, act dumb, get passionate, …lonely, and they grow old, just like the rest of us
- It’s open-minded, a real free for all: we accept deaf half-wolfs, ghost dads, men in drag, retired spies with metal plates in their heads to receive calls, dead guys in drywalls, mob guys with an affinity for drawing, … I could go on… and we take it all in stride
- We can write stories about voodoo, arctic quests, talking wolfs, jumping out of airplanes without parachutes, tracking through the wilderness, Russian arms dealers or ghosts and it’s still canon
- With phrases like “For reasons that don’t need exploring at this juncture” and “I’m gonna kick you in the head” the dialogue his half the fun
- No matter what the pairing our characters have so many lovely idiosyncrasies that UST is less of an occasional feature and more, like, the foundation
- We care about the little things; which is why we have a loving relationship with a turtle that has absolutely no impact on the story and no screentime whatsoever
- We can make everything seem canon because when your Italian main character is going undercover just to be replaced by a blond guy with a Polish surname that is borrowed from a Tennessee Williams’ play and no one sees anything wrong with that, there is not much else that seems unlikely
- “In the closet” is not just an expression – the supply closet may as well be the most inappropriately abused space in existence
- The damn subtext is all over the place, it’s really more part of the dialogue than between the lines
- We get to explain how a Mountie fits into it all