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fandom in review - 2007
children of dune - leto 1
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So I thought, year in review! Now I will pile up my accomplishments throughout the last year and hover over them, crooning softly "My precious...."

...one day, I will have Words with Tolkien for that phrase. *shakes fist* One day.

Now, by accomplishments, one might mean, er, fic. Let's face it, that's what I do. Well, that and wave frequently. I am not a Renaissance girl of much variety; I stick to what I know. And enjoy.

So.

Year in Review 2007

New Fic

Closer
Date: 1/12/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: H/C snippet for rageprufrock. Really has no redeeming value.

The Principle of Exclusion
Date: 1/13/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Oh Mensa!AU. How many ways can I count my glee? So many.

What I Look For On the Sides of Mountains
Date: 1/21/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Written for ltlj's feral John prompt.

Spar
Date: 1/25/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: written for trobadora's Mensa!John prompt.

Breathe Dust
Date: 1/27/2007
Fandom: SV
Comments: ....yeah. This is visible proof of the power of peer pressure.

Where I Lay My Head
Date: 2/4/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Extended version.

Believe What You Breathe
Date: 3/5/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Uh. Threesome?

Rising
Date: 3/24/2007
Fandom: SV
Comments: ....peer pressure....

The Sleeping City
Date: 4/12/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Prompt from ltlj

A Place
Date: 4/12/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Prompt from thepouncer

Kahs-Wan
Date: 4/18/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Remix of sheafrotherdon's Trautian Thaw.

A Question of Discipline
Date: 5/24/2007
Fandom: XMM
Comments: This is my personal reminder that no matter how much I hate something I write, it is *still* better than this.

A History of Violence: Recruitment
Date: 7/12/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Lorne's story, related to Crimes Against Humanity

A History of Violence: Settling
Date: 7/14/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: More Lorne.

The Common Room
Date: 8/3/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Written for kkpixie

The Sleeping Room
Date: 8/3/2007
Fandom: SGA
Commentss: Written for user beadattitude

Room to Play
Date: 8/4/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: snippet

And All the World Beneath
Date: 8/8/2007
Fandom: SGA, SPN, SG-1, Lovecraft
Comments: Mythological monsters, worship of false gods, high death counts, ritual human sacrifice, semi-psychic sex, apocalypse, obsession, and self-sacrfifice.... Welcome to my kink. My kinks are many and varied, and you can meet them all right here. Some people whip out their kinks in five pages. I do mine in novels.

Eighteenish
Date: 8/22/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Whee! Baby gods!

Story of a Girl
Date: 8/28/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: You know... Nevermind.

Body Memory
Date: 9/10/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: For beadattitude

List of Cool Shit to Do
Date: 9/30/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Art story

Story of a Girl: The Insurrection
Date: 10/3/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: More Girl!John.

I Hear and I Forget
Date: 12/3/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: No one is mutilated forever. I mean, that's really my only defense. No one is mutilated forever!

Silver
Date: 12/11/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Er. There's sex?


Updated Fic

Crimes Against Humanity (two parts)
Date: 10/15/2007
Fandom: SGA
Comments: Murder, mutilation, destruction, torture, death...wait, didn't I do this already? But this one is happy.


My (Shared) Challenges

DVD Commentary Challenge with general_jinjur


Um. I'm just making this up for the hell of it.

Things I Have Never Done Until Now (Fictionally Speaking)

1.) genderbender/gender change (Story of a Girl)
2.) three-fandom crossover (And All the World Beneath)
3.) threesome (Believe What You Breathe)
4.) art fic (List of Cool Shit to Do)


Right. I--have no idea what else to put here. Um. Any questions? (No, I have no idea what kind of questions would go here.) I was going to do clever commentary on every story, but then I realized I had no idea what I'd say about some of them.


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Favorite story? Hardest to write? Most fun? Most unintentionally telling? Most "Holy crap, that's wrong, even for you" story? Story Most Underappreciated by the Universe?

(Can you tell I'm doing my own list?)


*dies*

I counted up how many times I tortured, killed, or sacrificed my characters to the gods....

I should not have a category for human sacrifice!

*thoughtful* I really want to do Life Lessons I Have Learned From SGA Fanfic post one day.

AKA - Qui Habitat taught me how to run a refugee camp with style.

*mulls*

I should not have a category for human sacrifice!

... but that you do is part of your charm. (Does regression count? I'm pretty sure getting to relive puberty in public is worse than, say, the rack.)


I really want to do Life Lessons I Have Learned From SGA Fanfic post one day.

So long as #4 isn't "One finger, two fingers, cock." Or "Marines fear no greater enemy than He Who Can Make Them Shower in Cold Water."


How on Earth have I missed so much of your fic?! I mean, I can't remember when I friended you, but I should certainly have seen you post "I Hear and I Forget"! And there should have been no reason I didn't read it, especially given your apology to John in the post following this (torture and angst is a staple of my fic reading life).

ETA: Ok, apparently I did read I Hear and I Forget and forgot the title that went with that awesome story. Can't believe I forgot the title. *headdesk

Edited at 2007-12-28 10:23 pm (UTC)

*giggles* It's not that great or descriptive of a title.

Thank you. *g*

I'm kind of embarrassed that I never told you how much I loved "And All the World Beneath". Fantastically eerie and compelling and scary and I was practically peeking through my fingers the first time through because I was afraid of (more) terrible things happening to the people I love. ::sniffs::

Then after I finished it I was able to go back and read it again and wallow in the horrible beauty of it. I still go back for snippets. *g* And to think about the intimate goings-on that might occur after the ending. The story really packs a punch. I'm not always a huge fan of cross-overs, but you made the worlds fit together seamlessly.

*hugs you* Thank you very, very much.

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