Roadhouse Days…and Nights by Morgan Briarwood
Two short stories about Jo and Ash. In Laundry Day, Jo helps Ash when he is injured on a hunt. In Tequilla and Talk, they get drunk together. (Adult themes)
Hunter’s Haven by Morgan Briarwood
Crossover: Haven. Haven, Maine is a town full of mysteries, but even among the weirdness, John Winchester is a puzzle. At first, Audrey Parker is only intrigued. When a series of strange deaths appears to involve him, she decides she needs to solve the puzzle soon. But John, too, is trying to solve one of Haven’s mysteries, and this one involves Audrey herself.
Mary’s Apocalypse by Morgan Briarwood
Two story alternate universe series in which Mary lived and the Winchesters stayed in Lawrence, Kansas and never became hunters. In Kingdom Come, Sam Winchester disappears without a trace on his 23rd birthday. His disappearance brings to light a secret Mary has kept for thirty years. If she has any hope of finding her son alive, she will have to reclaim the skills as a hunter that she left behind when she married. Even worse, she must lead Dean into that life. Deliver Us From Evil picks up the story many years later. The demon war is over. Humankind lost. In a post-apocalyptic world, the few human survivors live in small enclaves behind high walls, while monsters roam the world that once was theirs. Mary Winchester lives with her husband and son in one of those enclaves…but her family hides a secret that is about to threaten them all.
Driver Picks the Music by Morgan Briarwood
Crossover: The X-Files. In 1997, the Winchesters were forced to abandon a hunt when Sam became sick. Ten years later, Sam’s life might depend on Dean figuring out exactly what happened back then, but all he has to go on are some cryptic hints in Dad’s journal. The trail leads the brothers to a former FBI agent, Fox Mulder, but what did an alien-obsessed Fed have to do with their Dad?
Hunters’ Code by Morgan Briarwood
Set sometime in 1984; Bobby has a few unpleasant truths for rookie hunter John Winchester
When the World is Burning by Morgan Briarwood
AU from Lucifer Rising. The Apocalypse is here. Lucifer walks the Earth. The angels say one man is destined to stop the world from going down in blood and flame: Dean Winchester. But Dean is not interested in saving the world without the brother he loves, and Sam is dying.
The Haunting of Jessica Moore by Morgan Briarwood
Jessica loved cheesy horror movies and ghost stories, but she didn’t believe in any of it. They were college kids, having fun on a summer vacation. All that talk about the house being haunted was just joking around. When one of her friends had a frightening accident, it didn’t seem so funny any more. And just why did Jessica’s brand-new boyfriend, Sam, insist on buying so much salt? (Adult themes)
No Place Like Home by Morgan Briarwood
No matter what, the Roadhouse will always be home.
Trust Doesn’t Rust by Morgan Briarwood
Crossover: Jennifer’s Body. For Anita “Needy” Lesnicki, life really sucks. Six months ago she was your average high school girl. That was before her best friend Jennifer turned into a demon and ate Needy’s boyfriend at the prom. Now Needy has escaped from a nuthouse, she’s wanted for murder (they totally deserved it), she’s got some kind of demonic infection and she’s on the run with no money, no car and nothing to wear but a bright orange prison jumpsuit. She’s pretty sure her life sucks the worst. But then she runs into Sam Winchester, ex-demon-blood junkie, ex-hero and ex-antichrist. His story (the Apocalypse, seriously?) makes the last few months of Needy’s life seem like a trip to Disneyland. Meanwhile, Dean Winchester is trying to figure out just what kind of supernatural creature slaughtered the members of a successful rock band, unaware that the trail will lead him right where he doesn’t want to go: back to his estranged brother.
Let It Snow by Morgan Briarwood
Trapped in Pastor Jim’s home by the snow, John tries to give his boys a normal Christmas.
Cry Wolf by Morgan Briarwood
Crossover: The Sentinel. In a small town in the Cascade Mountains, people are dying, bodies found mauled by some kind of beast. The Winchesters think it’s a werewolf and plan to hunt it. Ex-cop Jim Ellison and his partner Blair are also hunting the creature. The four are uneasy allies, but Jim’s suspicions of the brothers lead him to uncover their family secret. (Explicit)
Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell by Morgan Briarwood
Keeping secrets from Dad isn’t easy.
Negotiation by Morgan Briarwood
Crossover: True Blood. When John Winchester walked into Fangtasia, it wasn’t to hunt vampires.
My Family and Other…Demons by Morgan Briarwood
Screw the apocalypse. If you’re a Winchester, family comes first.
Encounter by Morgan Briarwood
Everyone knew something terrible lurked here, something evil. In this modern world, no one wanted to be the first to say it. So they hid away in their apartments, afraid and alone. Some watched through twitching curtains the strange woman walking their street and wondered whether her face would be the next missing person in the news.
Highway Blues by Morgan Briarwood
Topping 130 on the highway with dawn lightening the sky ahead of her and a job well done at her back is the best feeling in the world. Better than the adrenaline rush of a hunt. Better than sex.
Divided Loyalties by Morgan Briarwood
You concentrated on the game, because it was a thing you could control. There was no pleasure in it, neither satisfaction in your skill nor triumph in clearing the table. Only this: what you could control, because it kept the chaos in your mind at bay. Only the familiar, simple action of the pool cue in your hand, keeping you from screaming the pain in your heart. (Explicit)
Thicker Than Water by Morgan Briarwood
In the dreams, it never happened the same way twice. Two things in the dream were always the same: Dean always asked Sam to kill him and Sam never could. (Adult themes)
Never Say Die by Morgan Briarwood
After a hunt that went horribly wrong, John wakes up in a California hospital. It’s thirteen years later, everyone he trusted seems to be dead, and he has no idea how to find his sons. Meanwhile, unknown to John, Dean’s time is running out. (Adult themes, explicit)
The Price of Silence by Morgan Briarwood
Halloween, 2004: Jessica has a secret.
Hunter, Prey by Morgan Briarwood
He was under no illusions about who was the hunter and who prey. Every instinct told him to run like Hell. Like Hell. Yeah, that was funny.
Restrain, Release by Morgan Briarwood
Uh…kinky porn. And Sam orders pizza. (Explicit)
A two-story alternate universe series. Dreamwalker is a remix of the movie Gothika: Doctor Samuel Grey is a powerful psychic and therapist at the Woodward Institute, a hospital for the criminally insane. He has a wife, a home and a promising career, and he’s almost forgotten that he used to be Sammy Winchester. He believes his father and brother abandoned him when they found out he was a psychic. But when Dean is suspected of his father’s murder, Sam discovers blood is thicker than water after all. In Reap The Whirlwind , Sam is called back to the Psi Project to investigate a mysterious epidemic of night terrors among the students, Sam discovers not a malicious psychic but a malevolent spirit. Sam calls on the one person he knows is an expert in such things: his brother Dean. But Sam has seriously underestimated the danger and when Dean is badly injured it looks like the solution is up to him after all.
Crossover: Angel. Two years ago, Kate Lockley was kicked out of LAPD because of her obsession with the things out there in the dark. Now she’s a deputy in a small California town and something she knows isn’t human has abducted a young woman. Kate tracks the thing to its lair but she’s not the only one hunting it. When she runs into John and Dean Winchester, she comes to realise that despite her experience fighting vampires, demons and zombies, she ain’t seen nothing yet.
Sam wants one good night’s sleep. Dean wants to get Sam drunk. (Explicit)
Dean. Sam. Jo. Threesome. No plot. Who needs plot? (Explicit)
Jo only learned about Dean’s deal when his year was over. Following Dean’s death, she forms an unexpected friendship with Sam, who is still determined to save his brother from Hell. (Adult themes)
By day she’s a college student with a freaky knife collection. By night, she’s a hunter. Not a very good one, yet, but still…she’s a hunter. And she doesn’t appreciate someone else muscling in on her case. (Explicit)
Pre-series story: Sam left his family to get away from the world of demons and ghosts. But when that world follows him to Stanford, Sam does the one thing he swore he’d never do: he calls his father.
John’s one night stand has dark consequences. Set during season one, sometime between Home and Shadow. (Adult themes, explicit)
Missing scenes from Dead Man’s Blood: Dean and John share a private reunion with unexpected consequences. (Explicit)
Set after Devil’s Trap: While Sam and Dean recover from the demon’s attack, John struggles with something much more difficult. (Explicit)
In the Winchester house, when things go bump in the night, it’s best to have a gun under your pillow. (Explicit)
It was almost the only thing in their childhood that was normal: the shared giggles under the sheets at night; the whispered revelations. Just like all boys learning about sex for the first time. In a world filled with ghosts, monsters and demons, this much childhood innocence was left to them. (Explicit)
Set between 4.01 and 4.02: Dean may be out of Hell, but he still has some issues to work on. (Explicit)
Crossover: The Sentinel. Twenty four hours in the life of Detective Jim Ellison, in which he attempts to solve a particularly bloody murder.
Four story series.
A dark AU beginning at In My Time of Dying: Sam killed the yellow-eyed demon before he could claim John’s soul. It should have been the end their family’s long battle. So why is Sam seeing visions of John’s death? In The Eighth Deadly Sin, the Winchesters celebrate the demon’s death by taking on a hunt which ends in a conflict that might destroy their family. Back on the road without John, the boys attempt an exorcism in Ceremony of Innocence before Sam seeks out their father again in You Can’t Go Home Again. In What Lies Beneath, Dean begins to unravel the mystery of what’s going on with Sam. (Adult themes, explicit)
In Vino Veritas
Four story series. This was written as a challenge to censorship so by design depicts themes that would be censored: sex between father and teenage son. It is fiction and not meant to justify or support such actions in the real world.