Changpil (10 changpil fanfics)
The title is inspired by ONEWE's Ring on my Ear. Stan ONEWE too.
Felix was new and lost in Korea when he found Changbin. Then a love story began (my descriptions are never good, but the story is good)
When Jeongin chose Dauntless, the faction of the brave, he thought he would learn how to fight, meet his brother again, gain some confidence and live a slightly more dangerous life than before. That's about it. What he hadn't counted on was to be swept into a war between the factions, and he certainly hadn't expected to somehow end up in the middle of it all with eight brothers by his side. Divergent AU.
A series of different Stray Kids ships in Hogwarts. It all plays in the same AU and it's kinda connected sometimes...(mostly regarding the timeline...) Changlix|Banginho|Seungjin (There will be mentions of other groups as well) Cover art made by my sister Jenny! Credits to my sister for helping me come up with ideas (she came up with most of them!) and for occasionally taking over the writing when I wasn't inspired.
A whirlwind of a story where Changbin doesn't want his mom interfering in his love life anymore. He has no interest in having a boyfriend right now. But his mom is too worried his son won't find anyone in the homophobic Korea. She is ready to set him up with any gay guy she runs into. He literally ran into the solution of his problem in the form of Felix. But with Felix came a lot of unwanted drama into Changbin's life. Binnie finally found someone who caught his eyes in the for
Changbin seeks revenge on Ryujin for breaking his heart... But he doesn't expect to fall in love again.
"imagine an alternate universe, where your entire life you've only ever seen black and white. but when you receive the first touch from your soulmate, colors bloom before your eyes. the colors don't stay when you're alone, but when they're there by your side and you're touching? everything is beautiful."
Changbin loved freckles. He just did. There wasn't a special reason for him to like them. Nope, not at all. Or so he liked to tell himself.
it'll be fun, they said. everything will be alright, they said.