Penname: thirtypercent Real name:
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Shift by thirtypercent Past Featured Story

Rated: MA • 138 Reviews69

What if Jim never went to Stamford? What if Pam started making life changes a little sooner?

An AU look at season 3.

Tesserae by xoxoxo, Colette, sophia_helix, Annabel Winslow, Paper Jam, LoveFool, Sweetpea, thirtypercent, Steph, callisto, Talkative, bashert, Blanca Past Featured Story

Rated: M • 221 Reviews44

A series of Season 5 episode related stories. 

Pinpoint by thirtypercent

Rated: K+ • 12 Reviews6

Karen POV post-Branch Wars. Spoilers through BW.

She tries to pinpoint the moment when being near him went from making her feel bubbly and young to brittle and needy.

'Most of the Time' Isn't Enough by thirtypercent

Rated: K+ • 6 Reviews3
Summary: 55 words on Jim and Karen (Season 3).

And One Rubber Turkey by thirtypercent

Rated: T • 12 Reviews7
Summary: I've written drunk!Pam, so I thought I'd try my hand at drunk!Jim. Plus, I wanted to get in on the holiday fluff. So here it is. Drunk Thanksgiving fluff in the office.

Euphoria by thirtypercent Past Featured Story

Rated: M • 65 Reviews37

First date. Anxiety and hope and terror and euphoria.

Last chapter is up! New beginnings, new rating.


This Is How They Talk by thirtypercent

Rated: K+ • 4 Reviews3

When they talk about the past. (55 words)

She Smiles by thirtypercent

Rated: T • 8 Reviews8

Drabble inspired by Pam's record-setting Season 4 smile count. A little spoilery for season 4.

Originally posted on the MTT message boards during the fanfic hiatus.

Silent Victory by thirtypercent

Rated: T • 19 Reviews12
Summary: Fluffy fluffy fluff fluff. Jim, uh, dances to a song.

Temporary Insanity by thirtypercent

Rated: MA • 13 Reviews12

Sometimes the past haunts them.

Angst, and fluff, and smut. Not necessarily in that order.

Somewhere Deep by thirtypercent

Rated: T • 12 Reviews7
Summary: Post- The Job. Pam tells Jim something she's been needing to for oh, say, four years.

Not So Great by thirtypercent

Rated: T • 17 Reviews8
Summary: A scene that I imagine could have taken place after Email Surveillance. Pam helps Jim clean up after his party, and waxes poetic about the appearance of beer bottles. Some angst.