ptahrrific: Jon and Stephen, "Believe in the me who believes in you" (fake news)
Erin Ptah ([personal profile] ptahrrific) wrote2012-08-14 08:47 pm

Fake News | ensemble | R | I Am Qumarica (And So Can You!) [Table of Contents]

Title: I Am Qumarica (And So Can You!)
Rating: Through R
Contents: Slavery, humiliation, attempted murder, consent issues of all kinds
Characters/pairings: Primarily Jon/"Stephen", Olivia/Kristen, and Sam/Jason, with others
Blanket Disclaimer: #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement. Characters belong to the Report. Names of real people are used in a fictitious context, and all dialogue, actions, and content are products of the author's imagination only.

Loosely connected tales from the AU where Jon owns a harem, with a bunch of the correspondents as his concubines. Featuring idficcy sex slavery for some, snark and wary self-sufficiency for others, a dark!Jon struggling to redeem himself, and a background of vaguely cutthroat political infighting.

Takes place in a fictional empire called Qumarica, a play on the fictional state of Qumar in The West Wing (h/t [personal profile] politicette for the idea). Thus the title.


And Then There Were Nine
"You can still hit on him if you want, but I'm telling you...if you really want to get into his good graces, make the guy laugh."

In Vino Venenum
"It's called a trial by fire," said Aasif, strolling up to her side and clapping her on the shoulder. "Good luck!"

Concubindecision 2004
"I know you told me he didn't mean it, but I said we could use some reading material, and, well." He waved at the shelf. "Reading material."


Gauzy and Golden
Harem Hugs
Pillows and Gold Trim
Men In Nice Suits

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