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i'll be uploading all my fanfictions here, just so i have them all in one place, and so that people who like just my fanfictions, and not all the picspam, can read them here!
england x reader- moving in (part 4)Today was the day you were going for coffee with Arthur. You breezed into the bookshop where you worked happily, prompting the girl who you worked with, Megan, to ask,england x reader- moving in (part 4) by ~kokoro-string
"What's up? You seem oddly cheerful today~" She smiled,
"Oh, nothing... I'm just happy!" You beamed at her, and took off to shelve some more books. She shook her head, and folded her arms across her chest.
Work flew by. Your arms hurt by the end of it- a new shipment of books had arrived and you'd had to shelve them all. However, you did find several that looked interesting, and using your discount, bought them, plus a few you thought Arthur would like; fairytales and pirate stories. Hey, you liked them, so you thought maybe he would too.
Time to close up came, and Arthur arrived, as he'd promised, Megan's eyes widened as she saw him, she whispered to you and disappeared into the store-room, winking.
"Oh, hey Arthur!" You said, happily handing him the books.
"Wh-what are these for love?"
"You. I thought you'd like them..
england x reader- moving in (part 3)You were up, showered and dressed early the next morning. You were leaving for the zoo at nine o'clock sharp. At half eight came the knock on your door, and Matthew took your hand and led you to the Kirklands' apartment. Inside, Alfred was pulling his favourite cap on, and Arthur was busy packing things into a rucksack. When he noticed you he smiled, and closed the pack before walking over to meet you,england x reader- moving in (part 3) by ~kokoro-string
"Good morning, _______, did you sleep well?" He asked politely,
"Morning Arthur," You yawned, "I did, but I guess I'm not used to being up so early!" You laughed, and then looked down at the boys, who were stood by your side,
"Ready to go, boys?" You asked them, ruffling Alfred's hair and brushing the hair out of Matthew's eyes. They nodded happily, and Matthew hugged his polar bear (who, you noticed, seemed to have a different name every time you saw him) tightly.
"All set? We'll take my car, if that's okay?" Arthur smiled. Secretly you were relieved. You couldn't really afford petrol r
england x reader- moving in (part 2)Well, it had been a month since you'd moved into your new home, and things were starting to resemble order in your flat. Starting to. You still had trouble finding a few things when you needed them. But, other than that, you'd settled in well, much thanks to Arthur and his ability to always produce whatever you needed. He'd become quite accustomed to you knocking on his door and sheepishly asking for things like washing up liquid and bin bags. And, if you were completely honest, sometimes you hadn't actually needed those things...england x reader- moving in (part 2) by ~kokoro-string
It was a sunny Friday afternoon when the idea popped into your head. You would bake a cake for Arthur and the boys! It was a great idea; you even had a recipe, discovered among your many books when you'd been shelving them. You threw on some jeans and your favourite t-shirt and headed out to the corner shop for some flour. This was great!
Returning to your flat ten minutes later, armed with flour and other assorted cake-making necessities, you flicked your li
england x reader- moving in (part 1)author's note: this is my newest fanfiction, and is ongoing! inspired by a multitude of things, and also the fact that i stubbed my toe on a box while unpacking stuff in my room. enjoy!england x reader- moving in (part 1) by ~kokoro-string
"Oh man, I really hate moving." You grumbled to yourself as you lugged the box upstairs. It didn't help that the lift was broken, or that the box weighed about as much as you did. Collapsing in a heap outside your new flat, you wiped your forehead and tried to get your breath back.
It would be the first time you'd ever lived alone. Before moving here, you'd lived in a flat with your friends, and before that you'd lived at home with your parents. When you moved out, they moved to this town, and, after finding work at a bookstore in the town centre, you moved into this block of flats.
It wasn't one of those horrible, run-down council flats, oh no. It was a lovely (and expensive) place, with nice, spacious apartments and a reputation for being one of the nicer places to liv