historize: (canada--polar death)
Title: Violin Sonata
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, blood, sensitive history (partitioning of Ireland and Northern Ireland)
Summary: England and Wales in forced harmony, Ireland observes, Scotland gets a hair cut

Eventually edited and posted here


Fast strokes and then slower, slower, slower....fading entirely, picking up a delicate, piercing note. The vibrato caressed it, laced it out. He stroked again and went low. )



[[Notes:

I am not a citizen of England, Scotland, Wales or Ireland and I do not profess to know the extensive history of any of those countries. If I have offended anyone, I do apologize. I feel no ill will towards anyone from Great Britain and Ireland personally. I have family roots in both England and Ireland so this was just done as something of interest to me.

I also need to credit and high-five my friend [livejournal.com profile] katamanda because her England--especially her Imperial England--is directly used in this several times. As is her interpretation of Scotland and Wales.]]
historize: (hetalia--america--eyes to the skies)
Title: New York Minute
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, Canada, France, Germany, Prussia, Austria, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Japan, China
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: 9/11
Summary: I am not usually one to attempt things on this subject but I decided to fill a request on the Hetalia Meme. The prompt was: 9/11 happens during a world meeting.


It ended up making me really sad.

England, who had been reading a book under the table, looked up. France, who had been nearly asleep, also looked up. )
historize: (america--nothing but bitches and hos)
Title: Chocolate-Covered Bacon
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Canada, England, France, Spain, Mexico
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, violence
Summary: Bull-riding, tractor pulling and Monster trucks

posted here

This is your fault. They are so weird because of you! )
historize: (hetalia--americanada--noms)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Canada, America, England, Germany and Prussia, so far; hinted at England/Canada
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, violence
Summary: So far, Canada on D-Day (June 6th, 1944; when England, America, Canada and France beached on the French coast to begin kicking the Germans out).

I have not decided where exactly I wanted to go with this--I just thought it would be fun to write a fight scene between Canada and Germany and I don't often see any England/Canada.

This is most definitely not yet finished. I'm just hoping that posting it will inspire me a little.


Hard to believe a guy like that gets battle nerves. You ever looked at his eyes when he’s fighting? )
historize: (hetalia--russia--in blue)
Title: Sound Test
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Russia, America and a mention of England
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Language
Summary: I picked this as a prompt over at the Russia/America prompt fill. Since my other writing is on my dead desktop, I am going back to my prompts and doing them. This one in particular was about Reagan, who was giving a sound test and said, "My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes." They were not on the air but it was leaked to the public and the international reaction was less than warm. Given Reagan's personality, it was a joke--but it put everyone on alert. The prompt was to look into Russia's and America's reactions to it.

I think I might have strayed a little off-course but it was interesting to do.

Are you just sore because I beat you to the moon? )
historize: (hetalia--england--fork and knife)
Title: Oedipus Called He Wants His Complex Back
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): implied England/France, pre-revolutionary!America and Canada
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, fem!England, France is opportunistic, America tries to kill him
Summary: I saw a cute little piece yesterday about fem!England and child!America and I thought it was weird that I've never seen anything with an older America. So I thought, "Hey! I'll try it!"

And now, I completely understand why I don't ever see it. Because it is one of the most awkward things ever.

Because it seems entirely natural for America to suddenly realize, "Whoa, my mom is hot!"

Also, I way prefer England with the bun. I know "official fem!England" has pigtails but the bun just seems so her.

This was just a short, fun piece to write because it flits between amusingly awkward and awkwardly serious.


Posted here


England had this strange way of having no salt to add and yet making everything taste like the Dead Sea )
historize: (hetalia--englandamerica--scrubadub)
Title: Stepping Stones
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): implied England/France, Canada and America (pre-revolution), and a mention of Scotland and Ireland
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, war and some suggestive dialog/situations
Summary: Just a fun piece--with darker undertones--but fun, about the French and Indian War and France discovering Canada and all four of them in London--and George III is boring.
Note: I needed a prompt because I was stuck on another bit I'm working on. [livejournal.com profile] twistedsheets10 gave me: Canada, America, England and France, happy family times. So, not all of it's happy but it's them.

post here. Editing done on 07/16/09

I didn’t know there were woman-nations! )
historize: (hetalia--prussia and hre)
Title: God Loves Whomever
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): primarily Prussia and bitty!Germany; and a whole slew of others
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, war and some suggestive dialog
Summary: The unification of Germany.


posted here


“I did not make out with you. Get on with the story and no more lies! )
historize: (hetalia--prussia--chibisparkle)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): primarily Prussia and bitty!Germany and some Brandenburg; implied Prussia/Brandenburg and a hint of Prussia/Denmark
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, war and some suggestive dialog

Notes: Haven't come up with a title yet. I'll try and think of one while I work through editing this. This ended up so long that I had to cut it in two. I haven't finished the second part yet.

posted here


Oh, you look surprised? Well, everyone else is running about picking up little brothers and sisters. I kind of want one too. So, from now on, I am your older brother. )
historize: (hetalia--prussia--chibisparkle)
Title: The Tommyknockers
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America/England, mentions of Canada and France
Rating: PG-13,
Warnings: language and some suggestive dialog


Notes: Haha, I wrote this last night and this morning because of a conversation I had with the lovely [livejournal.com profile] katamanda. We were talking about a game--and I mentioned the Tommyknockers. I wasn't sure if she had heard of them so I asked her, "Hey, do you know about the Tommyknockers?"

And she says, "Those pixies that live in mines?"

And I was like, "Huh?"

You see, I had never heard of the folklore behind Tommyknockers. I know of them from the Stephen King novel (and movie that I saw when I was seven--and I love Stephen King but that traumatized me for life--I still haven't read that book all the way through because of what I saw in that movie) but they are very, very different from England's Tommyknockers.

So I thought it would be hilarious to do a little piece--based on a real misunderstanding between an American and an Englishwoman.

And, y'know, because it's fun.

Not sure if I'll post this to the main comm--since it's just for fun and it's pretty short.


Eventually posted here


Late last night and the night before/Tommyknockers, Tommyknockers knocking at my door )

WIP

May. 14th, 2009 07:59 pm
historize: (hetalia--englandamerica--scrubadub)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Canada, Mommy!England and Papa!France
Rating: I suppose PG-13 for violence
Warnings: Angst, Native Americans, insensitive dismissals. Google!French and Google!Spanish.

I haven't decided if I want to post this one at [livejournal.com profile] hetalia or not. I want to post it and then come back and see how satisfied I am with the result. This is still being tweaked. I haven't even decided on a title yet

The boys are at that awkward place where they are still young but America hasn't shot up in height yet. So they--especially America--drift between being needy children and the cusp of adulthood.


England scowled and threw the sopping wet cheesecloth at him. )


Posted @ here
historize: (hetalia--prussia--chibisparkle)
Title: Red Potatoes
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Prussia and America, with sides of France and England
Rating: PG-13 for some language and for France's dirty mind
Warnings: I have never written for Prussia before. So, I might have killed him. He's crazy-fun to write as completely nuts though.
Summary: Baron von Steuben was a Prussian who came to assist America in the Revolutionary War. He was given the thumbs up when Franklin ran into him in Paris in 1777 because Prussian officers were regarded as awesome. So, just for fun...I thought I would see what it would be for Prussia to meet America. Because, c'mon, seriously. Prussia is always going on about how he's awesome. America is always going on about being awesome. I have to wonder. (And I realize I made Prussia pretty crazy but it was fun. But I am kind of uncertain about it.)

Also, I am not an expert on muskets. I used two different sources to find info on them.

Originally posted here.


Then Prussia came out and threw mud at France’s head. )
historize: (hetalia--englandamerica--scrubadub)
Title: Bite The Hand That Feeds You
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, France and Canada
Rating: PG-13 for some language and fighting (pretty violent fighting at that, between Papa!England and Young!America) and, this time, England's bad thoughts
Warnings: I did make two or three references in this to America's original inhabitants. The Native Americans. England's sort of contemptuous tone towards them is, obviously, not my own. Also, England is a jerk in this. I have no personal hard feelings to England. I just don't imagine England as being lovey all the time. But, France does actually attempt to justify England's actions. So England fans and those from England, don't kill me. I love England and I love you guys.
Summary: I would consider this to be, sort of a prequel to Red Potatoes. (Though it wasn't as fun as Red Potatoes.) I have been wanting, for some time, to write about bits and pieces of the American Revolution so I finally sat down and did it. (As a note, in the original place I posted this in, I posted Red Potatoes first--which was why I noted it to be a prequel there.)

France getting involved before The Boston Tea Party has no significance other then an interaction between the characters themselves and doesn't necessarily reflect the actions of the countries. After all, the French didn't join up until the war had already started. But I really like Papa!France.

Originally posted here.

After all, this large continent with two little Englands running around? You both would have been at war at your borders by now. )

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