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Day 9

Commit an Act of Kindness. In your own space, share what you’ve done, talk about what you’ve done, or simply leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I can’t say I have done anything especially kind in the last days, only ordinary everyday acts of kindness. Like cooking dinner I know my son is partial too, or giving the dogs tummy rubs.

Day 10

Create a fanwork. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I’m currently writing a fanfic gift for The Chocolate Box.

Day 11

In your own space, talk about your creative process(es) — anything from the initial inspiration to how you feel after something’s done. Do you struggle with motivation or is it a smooth process? Do you have any tricks up your sleeve to pull out when a fanwork isn’t cooperating? What is your level of planning to pantsing/winging it? Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I’ve never been able to figure out what it is that triggers me into fanfic. There are lots of things I love, but I never feel the need to write about it. Like Sense8, for example. Or I may write for a fandom, but feel no need to write about some character despite loving them. Most of the fandoms I write in take place/can take place in historical times, and a lot of them have fantastical/SF elements, but not everything I read and watch which fit into that description makes me want to write.

Inspiration can come for pretty much anything. A certain character, or interaction, or scene, but also a picture or a song which somehow gets attached to a fandom and gives me ideas. I usually map out the whole story in my head before I start writing it. Sometimes I write out a synopsis; mostly when I write something with several parts. But I also add and subtract as I write, and sometimes a fic stall because the scene I had envisioned doesn’t work, and I need to come up with something which flows better.

I never write on only one fic at any given time. I’m like that with all my creative processes- I always sew on at least three different things at once. I’ve tried to just work on one thing until it is finished, but the only thing which happens is that I get bores and completely stops doing anything. It works much better for me to switch between projects whenever I feel the need. At some point, however, one of them reach a state where I only want to work on it until it is finished.
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Day 8
In your own space, post self-recs for at least three fanworks that you created. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


This is both a fun and a difficult challenge. I’ve tried to choose fics which have different themes.

Title: A Conversation in the Yellow Drawing-Room, And Other Letters To Mrs Strange
Fandom: Jonathan Strange and mr Norrell
Rating: Teens
Word Count: 9593
Characters/pairings: Emma Pole/John Childermass
Warnings: None
Summary: Lady Pole writes a letter to her friend Mrs Strange about an unexpected encounter.
Why I rec it:Childernass is such an intriguing character and Emma has so much potential we only see a glimpse of. I also think she is done being the damsel in distress and would prefer to save herself the next time around. It was a joy to write this fic, bouncing Childermass and Emma against each other.

Title: Nothing Interesting Ever Happens in Perivale
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: Teens
Word Count: 4475
Characters: Sarah Jane Smith, Ainley!Master, the Third Doctor, Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart
Warnings: There are no real pairings in this fic, but sexuality is acknowledged. There is also a strong implication of a past relationship between the Doctor and the Master.
Summary: A story where Sarah Jane goes to Perivale in the wake of Survival gets an unwelcome guest and has some unscheduled time travels.
Why I rec it: I love Sarah Jane. Three was the Doctor who made Doctor Who click for me. The Master is my favourite Who villain. And I always wondered how the Master got rid of the Cheetah virus. Also, I always suspected Sarah Jane would be good at Master-wrangling.

Title: Homeward
Fandom: The Borgias
Rating: Teens
Word Count: 2121
Characters/pairings: Cesare Borgia/Micheletto Corella, Lucrezia Borgia & Micheletto Corella
Warnings: None
Summary: Walk far enough and you end up where you left.
Why I rec it: Micheletto’s devotion to both Cesare and Lucrezia was something which stuck in me,and it always irked me season 3 left so many things hanging.

Title: Super Terram
Fandom: Original story/M. R. James
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 888
Characters: Original characters
Warnings: None, apart from one small ghost
Summary: Don’t disturb the dead. A ghost story.
Why I rec it: This is an original story paying homage to the ghost stories of M. R. James. It is also based on something which happened where I live some 200 years ago. As ghost stories goes it’s not particularly scary, but about half of it is absolutely true.
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Day 6

In your own space, create a list of at least three fannish things you'd love to receive, something you've wanted but were afraid to ask for - a fannish wish-list of sorts. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your wish-list if you feel comfortable doing so. Maybe someone will grant a wish. Check out other people's posts. Maybe you will grant a wish. If any wishes are granted, we'd love it if you link them to this post.


As for so many others I love to recieve comments on my fanfic. They can be found HERE.

And as I realise there are a lot of links produced for this challenge, here are the fandom I have written in so you don’t have to click in vain for something you are not interested in: Doctor Who, bot Classic and New, Peter Pan, Harry Potter, Versailles, Penny Dreadful, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, The Historian (also suitable for fans of Dracula in general), Sleepy Hollow (the movie), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Mummy, Victoria, Pirates of the Caribbean, Agent Carter, Labyrinth, Emily of New Moon, Ivanhoe, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, The Borgias, The Man in the High Castle, Angel, and one original ghost story.

2. Fanart of something I have written would be lovely.

3. Go and brighten someone else's day with a comment on their fanfic.

Day 7

Stretch yourself a little and try something new. Go play in a new fandom or with a new pairing. Try working in a new medium. Or check out some fanworks that are new to you. (The recs from Day 2 might be a good place to start.) Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I’m going to make a point to find a few new fandoms to read and comment on today.
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Day 4

Comment to someone you haven't ever interacted with before or introduce yourself to someone you've interacted with and friend/follow them. Afterward, leave a comment in this post with the equivalent of "I did it!"


The Snowflake Challenge is always a good kick in the butt for me to actually read all the fanfics I have marked for later. So I have read a few and commented on them, and I plan to read a few more.

Day 5

In your own space, promote three communities, challenges, blogs, pages, Twitters, Tumblrs or platforms and explain why you love them. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I love fashion history and I love movies and TV shows set in historical times. But a costume may not always be a faithful interpretation of what fashion actually looked like during a historical period. (Reign, I’m looking at you.) FROCK FLICKS is a great blog for reviews over historical pieces, and everything you want to know (or not know) about how well they do the costumes. It’s also very funny.

An in case you are curious of how a certain fashion actually look like, MARQUISE is a good place to start. It covers all periods of history and was one of the first websites ever about fashion history.

There are still a few hours to sign up for THE CHOCOLATE BOX. Create a fanfiction with a minimum of 300 words/a piece of fanart for this multi-fandom exchange. It’s very low pressure and a lot of fun.
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Day 3

In your own space, share a favorite piece of original canon (a TV episode, a song, a favorite interview, a book, a scene from a movie, etc) and explain why you love it so much. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


There are so many works to choose from, but I’m going back in time to a movie that truly started more than one fandom obsessions when I was five; Ivanhoe (1952).

Read more... )
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Day 2

Rec at least three fanworks that you didn’t create. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


These are my last thee bookmarks, and I think you should read them all!

A Guiding Influence by Cousin Shelley. Deadwood, Al Swearengen/Alma Garret, Mature.

Old Friends and Wartime Acquaintances by chelseagirl. Agent Carter/Lord Peter Wimsey, Lord Peter Wimsey & Peggy Carter & Jack Thompson, Not Rated

Be Unwearied, Unceasing, Alive by OzQueen. The Mummy, Ardeth Bay/Evy Carnahan O'Connell/Rick O'Connell, Explicit.
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Day 1

In your own space, talk about your Happy Place—the things that give you joy, calms you or keeps you sane. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


First and foremost my family’s summer house in the archipelago outside Stockholm. My grandfather designed and built if in the early 60s, and it’s filled with art. My grandmother’s ceramic sculptures and textile art, and now my mother’s awesome embroideries. It’s a place filled with love and happy memories, and to go there is instant peace of mind.

On a smaller scale; my writing and sewing. I write every day; fanfic, or dairy, and a day when it doesn’t happen makes me feel a little lost. I also try to sew every day. I make both my everyday clothes as well as historical costumes, and I find it very relaxing to sew.

To be alone. I love my family and friends, but I also need time to be just on my own. It get rather antsy if I don’t get it.
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I fell behind on the challenge, but I’d like to finish it anyway. But for some reason Day 10 is taking forever for me to get done, so I jump to 11.

Day 11

Share a book/song/movie/tv show/fanwork/etc that changed your life. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


When I was eight my father started to read Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings for me. Both my parents read aloud for me, and before Tolkien my father had read all the Narnia-books for me, which I had loved. LOTR was something else. Before I had often re-enacted favorite stories with my toys, taking care to mimic the book as close as i could. LOTR opened up my imagination in a completely new way. I don’t know why; perhaps it was the sense of an universe which expanded far beyond the books. And there was Strider who at first was so ambiguous and mysterious. Before he and the hobbit’s had reached Rivendell, my imagination was working overtime, and I thought of what I hear din a new way.

For ten years I reread the trilogy over and over again, a well as everything else I could find by Tolkien. And I made up stories. Lots of stories. If I found Tolkien lacking in anything, it was the absence of female characters, so at the beginning I simply made up an extra in the fellowship who could be Legolas sister or a hobbit girl, who basically just followed along. Then they started to get their own storylines. I remember one about a young Dunadan woman who never was directly involved with the fellowship, but still was affected by the events. I’m afraid there was a number of stunningly beautiful elf maidens with silver hair and purple eyes. I distinctly remember one with eyes that changed colour after mood too.

I never wrote any of these stories down, apart from short synopsis, but it was certainly fanfiction. Hopelessly Masry Sue-ish fanfiction, I’m sure. But LOTR was for me the book which made me realise you could take a finished work and create something new out of it. Even if it took me another 20 years, or so, before I actually started to write. And by then i had long left Tolkien behind. I haven’t read the books since I was around twenty. I still know them by heart, though.
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Day 9

In your own space, post a rec for at least three fanworks that you have created. It can be your favorite fanworks that you've created, or fanworks you feel no one ever saw, or fanworks you say would define you as a creator. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


Usually I feel that the fic idea I have, and the fic I actually write, are two different creatures. This fic, however, is what I envisioned, and I’m quite proud of the themes of warmth, friendship and sponge cake. Mmmm sponge cake...

Title: A Place in the Shadows
Fandom: Penny Dreadful
Rating: General
Word Count: 1216
Characters: Vanessa Ives, Sembene
Warnings: None
Summary: Cold in both body and soul, Vanessa finds an unexpected comfort.

Love stories with happy endings are quite new for me to write. And I usually can’t avoid a good deal of angst anyway.

Title: Ghosts
Fandom: The Mummy-series
Rating: Teens
Word Count: 5499
Characters/pairings: Evy Carnahan O'Connell/Rick O'Connell, Imhotep/Evy Carnahan O'Connell, Ardeth Bay/Evy Carnahan O'Connell
Warnings: Major character death, Grief/mourning
Summary: Evelyn returns a widow to Egypt after World War II. And the past reaches out to greet her..

My current favourite among my newer fics.

Title: A Conversation in the Yellow Drawing-Room
Fandom: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
Rating: Teens
Word Count: 2204
Characters/pairings: John Childermass/Emma Pole
Warnings: None
Summary: Lady Pole writes a letter to her friend Mrs Strange about an unexpected encounter.
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I’ve been away over the weekend, so here are several snowflakes in one post.

Day 5

Recommend a fannish or creative resource. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I’m not a native speaker of English, and sadly I don’t have a regular beta, so one of my most useful tools is ProWritingAid, an online editing tool. Not perfect, but far better than nothing. You can use it free, but then you can only edit 500 words at the time, so you have to have a little patience.

Day 6

Leave feedback for a fanwork. Or multiple fanworks. It can be as simple as I liked this to a detailed list of all the things you loved about the fanwork. The key is to leave some sort of feedback.

If you've already left feedback in the course of a previous challenge, it totally counts. But you're free to leave more feedback.

Afterwards, leave a comment in this post with the equivalent of "I did it!" If you feel so inclined, leave a link to the fanwork you left feedback for so others can check it out.


I did it! Well, I always leave comments on the fics I read, and I will try to comment as much as possible on other snowflakes.

Day 7:

In your own space, create a love meme for yourself. Let people tell you how amazing and awesome and loveable you really are. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so. Surf the comments and find people to give love to.


I’m sure I’m not the only one who find this scary. Mostly, i think, because it’s way too easy to wonder if anyone will commnet at all… But here goes. If you can think of something nice to say to me, please say it. Or post a gif of something I like.

Day 8

In your own space, share a favorite piece of original canon (a TV episode, a song, a favorite interview, a book, a scene from a movie, etc) and explain why you love it so much. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


This is a scene from a little known movie titled either At Sachem Farm or Uncorked or Trade Winds with Rufus Sewell and Minnie Driver. It’s a movie which never fails to make me feel happy, but sadly I don’t have it anymore. Rufus Sewell is complete adorable in this movie, and I love this particular scene so much. My father plays acoustic guitar, and one of my earliest memories are falling asleep with him playing in the living room. Acoustic guitar-music always makes me feel safe and loved.


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Day 4

In your own space, create a fannish wishlist. No limits on size or type of fanwork; just tell us what you’d like to see. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so. And if you grant a wish, do the same thing!


•I’m always happy when someone comments on my fics, so if any of my fandoms (I’m hopelessly multi-fannish) tickle your interests, I’d love to receive one. My fics can be found here.

•If not, go and give someone else’s fic a comment.

•I always enjoy new friends, so take a peek at my interests and see if you think we would enjoy each other’s company.

•Rec me your favourite book. I read a lot and always enjoy finding new reading material. I read pretty much everything except the Romance genre.
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Day 3

In your own space, post recs for at least three fanworks that you did not create. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


This is always fun! And if you enjoy these, make the authors happy and leave a comment!

Title: Mr Childermass Calls
Author: Lilliburlero
Fandom: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
Rating: Explicit
Word Count: 3044
Characters/pairings: John Childermass/Arabella Strange
Warnings: Vaginal Sex, Dubious Consent, Consent Issues, Magic Made Them Do It, Grief/Mourning, Implied/Referenced Rape/Non-con
Summary: John Childermass, on business in Venice, calls on the Greysteel household, but only Arabella is at home.
Recced because: I know this is a remix of one of my own fics, but I have to rec it anyway. It’s a brilliant fic, much much better than the one I wrote, and very hot. You most certainly don’t have to read the one I wrote to enjoy this one.

Title: A Meeting of Curious Minds
Author: notkingyet
Fandom: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
Rating: General audience
Word Count: 1370
Characters/pairings: John Childermass, Arabella Strange, Lady Pole
Warnings: None
Summary: 2 July, 1817 Mr Childermass, I require your assistance in a matter of urgency and grave importance. Please come to no. 9 Harley-street at your earliest convenience. Mr Vinculus need not attend. Your obedient servant, Lady Pole
Recced because: It’s a perfectly lovely little piece of my favourite characters interacting.

Title: The Terrible Doom That Came To Honeysuckle Cottage
Author: psychomachia
Fandom: Honeysuckle Cottage - P. G. Wodehouse, Cthulhu Mythos - H. P. Lovecraft
Rating: Teens
Word Count: 2592
Characters/pairings: N/A
Warnings: None
Summary: There's a saying old says that love is blind
Still we're often told, seek and ye shall find
So I'm going to seek a certain lad I've had in mind
Recced because: Lovecraft meets Wodehouse, and the result is simply hilarious.
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Day 15

In your own space, write a love letter to Fandom in general, to a particular fandom, to a trope, a relationship, a character, or to your flist/circle/followers. Share you love and squee as loud as you want to. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so


Oh fandom how I love you. Let me count the ways.

1.Writing fics has helped me get to know myself and becoming the woman I want to be. It has also made me a better writer and helped to improve my English, as it is not my first language.

2.Reading fics has given me countless hours of pleasure and entertainment.

3.Discussing fandoms have opened my eyes to other viewpoints and given me the opportunity to see books/movies/TV-series in new and interesting ways.

4.And last, but not at all least, it has put me in contact with so many wonderful people all over the world.
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Day 14

Go forth and commit an act of kindness. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it, tell us about it if you’re comfortable doing so.


I’m merely continuing to go through the responses to this challenge and leave comments when I have something to say. :)
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Day 13
In your own space, write about a moment in fandom that meant a lot to you. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


If we have been friends for a while, you have probably already heard this.

Talk about infant death, so be warned )
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Day 13
In your own space, write about a moment in fandom that meant a lot to you. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


If we have been friends for a while, you have probably already heard this.

Talk about infant death, so be warned )
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Day 11
In your own space, talk about a creator. Show us why you think they are amazing. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


And

Day 12

In your own space, post a rec for fannish spaces and resources - comms, challenges, twitters, tumblrs, etc. Tell us about where you hang out. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I didn’t do Day 11 on the day because I couldn’t come up with what I was to write until I had gone to bed. And then came day 12 and it overlapped with my idea so much I thought it suitable to make them into one post.

I’d like to make a shout-out to the awesome people who run a couple of communities I have had great fun in the last couple of years. I’m in awe of your hard work to create an interesting community with a friendly atmosphere!

[livejournal.com profile] dancingdragon3 who runs [livejournal.com profile] myth_fan

A community for fans of myths, fairy/folk tales, and urban legends in classic and modern media.

And also [livejournal.com profile] terror_scifi

A community for gothic, sci-fi, fantasy, and horror appreciation.

[livejournal.com profile] misura who runs [livejournal.com profile] fandom_of_one

A community for pimping out your favorite teeny-tiny fandoms to other interested fen.

And for more specific fandoms;

[livejournal.com profile] paynesgrey who runs [livejournal.com profile] who_contest, a challenge community for Doctor Who.

Every other two weeks, we'll alternate drabble and one-shot challenges with a variety of themes. Drabble (or more appropriately, short fic) challenges will vary in maximum word counts under 700 words. One-shot challenges will always be 250 words or more.

[livejournal.com profile] lost_spook who runs [livejournal.com profile] dw_guestfest

The ficathon for minor/guest characters from any part of the Doctor Who universe!

[livejournal.com profile] bleodswean who rund [livejournal.com profile] verbis_diablo

A Penny Dreadful comm. for anything Penny Dreadful; fic, meta, icons, fan art, fanvids, discussions, fanon, canon. Everyone is welcome!

Apart from that I hang around on AO3 under the nick Dancingsalome. I cross-post to FF.net out of habit- it was my firt fanfiction archive after all, but I rarely go there to read fics. I also post my Doctor Who-fic at A Teaspoon and An Open Mind.

I do a couple of fic-exchanges, all of them multi-fandom: Yuletide, Chocolate Box, The Darkest Night, Rare Pair Fest and Remix Redux
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Day 11
In your own space, talk about a creator. Show us why you think they are amazing. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


And

Day 12

In your own space, post a rec for fannish spaces and resources - comms, challenges, twitters, tumblrs, etc. Tell us about where you hang out. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


I didn’t do Day 11 on the day because I couldn’t come up with what I was to write until I had gone to bed. And then came day 12 and it overlapped with my idea so much I thought it suitable to make them into one post.

I’d like to make a shout-out to the awesome people who run a couple of communities I have had great fun in the last couple of years. I’m in awe of your hard work to create an interesting community with a friendly atmosphere!

(They are all located on Livejournal)

[personal profile] dancingdragon3 who runs [profile] myth_fan

A community for fans of myths, fairy/folk tales, and urban legends in classic and modern media.

And also [profile] terror_scifi

A community for gothic, sci-fi, fantasy, and horror appreciation.

[personal profile] misura who runs [community profile] fandom_of_one

A community for pimping out your favorite teeny-tiny fandoms to other interested fen.

And for more specific fandoms;

[personal profile] paynesgrey who runs [community profile] who_contest, a challenge community for Doctor Who.

Every other two weeks, we'll alternate drabble and one-shot challenges with a variety of themes. Drabble (or more appropriately, short fic) challenges will vary in maximum word counts under 700 words. One-shot challenges will always be 250 words or more.

[personal profile] thisbluespirit who runs [profile] dw_guestfest

The ficathon for minor/guest characters from any part of the Doctor Who universe!

[personal profile] bleodswean who rund [profile] verbis_diablo

A Penny Dreadful comm. for anything Penny Dreadful; fic, meta, icons, fan art, fanvids, discussions, fanon, canon. Everyone is welcome!

Apart from that I hang around on AO3 under the nick Dancingsalome. I cross-post to FF.net out of habit- it was my firt fanfiction archive after all, but I rarely go there to read fics. I also post my Doctor Who-fic at A Teaspoon and An Open Mind.

I do a couple of fic-exchanges, all of them multi-fandom: Yuletide, Chocolate Box, The Darkest Night, Rare Pair Fest and Remix Redux
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Day 10

In your own space, share your love for a trope, cliché, kink, motif, or theme. (More than one is okay, too.) Tell us about it, tell us why you love it, give us some examples and recs. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


Nowadays I think I’m more character motivated than anything else. If I like a character or pairing I’ll probably read the fic. It helps that I generally go for characters and pairings which are less popular, so there are usually not a lot of fic to be found. I definitely prefer good characterization over plottiness.

Basically I like to read what I like to write. I have a fondness for characters who morally grey, straddling the line between good and evil, and I also like competent female characters who doesn’t need a man to fix things for them. I enjoy darkfic and angst, but it really depends on how it is written. When it comes to smut, BDSM is very welcome. But I also really enjoy more humorous fics where the characters banter with each other.

Here are two examples of what I enjoy, one of the angsty kind, the other of the funny.

Title:and love said no
Author: ShariAruna
Fandom: Once Upon A Time in Wonderland
Rating: Explicit
Word Count: 525
Characters/pairing: Anastasia/Jafar, Anastasia/Will
Warnings: Non-con/rape elements, spanking, violence
Summary: Her golden crown rolls away, clinking hard against the stone floor, and that's the only sound filling the room. She won't beg.

Title: The House Always Wins
Author: lost_spook
Fandom: Doctor Who
Rating: General audience
Word Count: 639
Characters/pairing: Liz Shaw, The Master (Delgado), Third Doctor
Warnings: None
Summary: The Master and Liz, on a mission to save the Doctor (maybe)...
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Day 09

DAY 9: Send feedback to two fannish people — they can be anyone you want: a writer who’s made you happy, a moderator of your favorite exchange, a fanartist you avidly follow… There are so many possibilities. Just let someone know you appreciate their work.



Easy. I picked up two fics on my to-read list and left comments.

I got my assignments for Chocolate Box and I am pleased. There wasn’t that many requests that overlapped with what I want to write and of those there was only two letters which really spoke to me. And I got the one I wanted the most! Wohoo! I already have a good idea of what to write. (It would be ironic if I would manage to write something the recipient hates…)

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