El Dorado (nigeltde) - Supposedly there's going to be a sequel to this at some point. I really hope so--there's a lot left to be explored here. Basically, this story takes the trope of "SPN western AU" and mashes it up with "brothers raised separately, can't figure out why they're instantly at ease around this utter stranger", but without throwing away the show's foundational premise of demons and things that go bump in the night. Instead, nigeltde takes those three premises and uses them to tell a story that's not just another rehash of the show's pilot/one of the early season arcs.
Beyond the Great Snow Mountains (L'Amour) - I've always thought of L'Amour as strictly a writer of westerns, but this collection is set almost exclusively in more modern climes and frequently more exotic locales. It's a fun hodge-podge, starting with the story of a woman who refuses to be trapped into a life that's not for her and closing with the story of a woman who realizes that what she spent years thinking was a trap has become her dear home. In between there's a lot of boxing, solving of murders and thefts, and people simply doing what needs to be done in a variety of crises.
"Dream a Little Dream of Me"/"Mystery Spot" (SPN) - It's interesting to watch these back-to-back; you have first the false world of dreams, and then the