Jan. 15th, 2015

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Day 14: In your own space, post recs for at least three fanworks you did not create.

So, I don't... read tiny or rarepairs? Not normally? But there are a lot of stories I read that I really liked.

  • Light the world on fire by Kellygirl (Losers (2010), Cougar/Jensen). This is a wonderful sci-fi/futuristic story that I just - I really really love.

  • Family Ties by Sparkle_Free (Sherlock Holmes (2009), Sherlock/OMC, Sherlock/John). This is a beautiful story that fulfills my deep desires for angst with wonderful story-telling capabilities.

  • Second Life by imaginary_golux (Avengers (2012), X-Men, Steve/Tony/Logan). Logan is one of the first two people I have ever had a crush on, and seeing him, his strength, and Steve and Tony together, and the beautiful writing style, well... this might not be all that rare a story or one with little appreciation, but it is amazing and deserves more.

  • Under the Sea by bluehyws (Losers (2010), gen). I love team-building fics, and this tiny one-shot is just perfect.

  • Red Twilight by twodwarves_oneeagle (The Hobbit (2012), Fili/Kili). Kili is and forever will be my favorite, and this story about him is deliciously full of angst and that bond he has with his brother that I love so.

  • Merry Fuckin' Christmas by Ponderosa (Boondock Saints, Connor McManus/Murphy McManus). So I have a fascination for incest, apparently, if this isn't clear by now. But this story is just - so in character, so amazing.

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Day 15: In your own space, create your own challenge. What's something you want to see more people doing in fandom? Is there something fun you've tried that you think other people would enjoy if they gave it a go? Dare your friends to try it out, and have fun with it.

Coming up with challenges is not my forte (surprise, surprise). But I suppose I can think up a few.

  • Leave one comment of appreciation (or constructive criticism) on three different fics from three different writers, all in the same twenty-four hour period.

  • Post a half-finished story, or just the outline of a story, that's been bouncing around your head a while but without any real direction. Maybe getting it down will be helpful, or getting it out for others to see can lead to cheerleading which will give you the push you need.

  • Find more songs to write stories to.

  • Practice writing short stories without worrying you're leaving something important out.

  • Write something wholly new - a pairing, an AU, or a fic based on a song you only just heard.


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