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Dear Prime Time Player,

Welcome! First, thank you for offering your time and talents toward a brand new story for little old me. I have a habit of tipping into excess with this letters, so I'll try to keep the general tidbits short and sweet, so that we might skip straight to the main course: whichever of my much-loved fandoms you're ready and waiting to write.

First and foremost, I am all about characters. There are times I would loooove to be in it for the pretty or the porn, but sadly, my brain will not process without some character I find fascinating. Great characterization is pretty, pretty porn for me. Sad, but true. I love symbolism and subtext and little touches tied to canon. I love epic plottiness and slice-of-life stories. I love conflict that comes from within (as opposed to a big bad conspiring to keep people apart). I love characters of color in the spotlight and women off the sidelines. And I love love love found families (as evidenced by my requests) and trust issues and people lying to themselves about the depths of their feelings for each other (whether that's friendship or family or something else) while their actions paint a different picture entirely.

As dislikes go, I have a an irrational embarrassment squick, a significant infidelity squick, and a massive incest squick. I'm an unabashed angst fan who loves to see Complications Ensue, so full-stop fluff really isn't my thing (though open or hopeful endings are right up my alley!). And I'm not big on AUs of the school or shop variety - certain fandoms are exceptions, but in general, I need a canon point of origin somewhere.

With that out of the way, let's move on to the fandom-specific, shall we?

Daredevil (TV)Collapse )

The Flash (TV 2014)Collapse )

Hamilton - MirandaCollapse )

Penny Dreadful (TV)Collapse )

Some of these are repeat requests, and some I've droned on about for far too long, but please know that I love each of these canons equally and insanely, and will be thrilled with fic for any one of them. Have fun!

Quarter mile at a time.

Stories are live, authors have been revealed, which means it's time for the annual Yuletide post-mortem.

This was my first-ever Yuletide default. I was originally matched on iZombie, a show I have fallen head-over-heels in love with and was ridiculously excited to write. My recipient requested my holy trinity of Liv, Clive, and Ravi — all systems go so far. I spent some time talking through ideas with Sara (my canon beta) and Jules (my brain board), and decided to go with Clive character exploration with a healthy dose of backstory. Still good to go. I wrote roughly 2800 words of banter and research and case fic. I was excited.

Then, "The Hurt Stalker" happened.

December 1, 2015, a day that will live in infamy. Because, folks, iZombie aired my fic on national television.

Oh, the fine details were different. The case itself, for instance. But the vic being Clive's ex? Check. Clive being a suspect? Check. Hints of Creole heritage? Check. There were no fewer than four lines that were nearly identical to dialogue in my fic.

I spent the entire episode texting Sara in sheer disbelief. Here, have a taste of my madness.






As a last-ditch effort, my brain spit out a crack bunny (what if Liv ate a superhero?!). That bunny was promptly boiled, Fatal Attraction-style, by the scenes from the next ep, where (wait for it) LIV ATE A SUPERHERO.




(Pay no attention to the Hamilton squee behind the curtain.)

So that was that. I slunk away to click the default button for the first time ever. Original recip, I hope you had a wonderful Yuletide. It wasn't you, it was me.

I did, however, pick up a pinch hit. My contribution to this year's crop was one fic in Fast & Furious fandom. If the Kevin Bacon Game has taught us anything, it's that the universe is small and fandom is even smaller, and this year's Yuletide proved it. This was an assignment for the lovely arysteia, who wrote me the world's most perfect fic in this same fandom for Not Primetime earlier in the year. Salute, la mia Famiglia is legitimately everything I wanted and more — an amazing happily-ever-after for my favorite found-family, without being schmoopy or trite or taking away from anything the films themselves have established.

As you might imagine, this was a somewhat daunting assignment.

arysteia requested F&F in two different permutations — Brian/Dom for the original film, and post-Furious 7 for the perfect square of Dom, Letty, Brian, and Mia. But specifically, she wanted a le Guin-based troped called a sedoretu, where marriages are made up of four people and entail four separate relationships. It was a great premise, and F&F has the perfect pairings for it, so I tried my best. Euclidean (The Sacred Geometry of Chance) took the idea of that square (and several other mathematical metaphors) and spread it over the series, with a focus on the first film, and Dom in particular — trying to trust Brian, not only in general, but with the things he holds most dear, namely Mia (and, unbeknownst to him, Letty). One of the things the Yuleletter mentioned was a love of identity porn, and making Brian literally forbidden from the outset was such a fun way to play with that concept. This fic really wanted to be about three times as long as it is now — to spread out and breathe across the rest of the films the way it is through the first — but deadlines are a bitch. I hope to be able to expand it and tell the story that I meant to tell, and that my recip deserves, but I hope she enjoyed it, anyway.

I received a wonderful slice-of-life Hamilton fic, A Strong Enough Foundation, about Angelica Schuyler being awesome Alexander and Angelica being dear friends in the face of unrequited love and unresolved daddy issues. It is insightful and lovely, go read it post haste.

Until next year!

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Good Tidings!

Dear Yuletide Writer,

Another year, another Yuletide. My ninth, I believe — time flies when you're waxing poetic about tiny fandoms in the hopes that someone else loves them as much as you do. And as that's the very reason why you're here, welcome! I hope my word-laden squee will not send you running for the hills. And if I have rambled on longer for a fandom or two in particular (and I have, I have most definitely done that), it's just my strange stream-of-consciousness, not an indication that I love any of them more or less the others. I want each and every thing I've requested, want them like burning, and I will be thrilled to receive fic for whatever delightful fandom we've matched on.

In general...

Yes, please: Character-driven fic (with plot. Or porn. Or plot and porn). :) Found families. Platonic soulmates. Canon divergence. Demonstrating love, not declaring. Magical realism. Verbal sparring (TO THE DEATH). Internal versus external conflict. Symbolism, subtext, and stories that live between the lines. Unique approaches to the narrative (non-linear storytelling, stories that play with format and structure). Broken-boy soldiers, magnificent bastards, snarky sidekicks with hearts of gold. Strong women whose strength isn't all (or at all) physical. Certain tried-and-true tropes: amnesia, huddling for warmth, fake relationships (when they both have Feelings!). Hero's Trials, especially when the hero is female. And good old-fashioned jealousy, when the jealous party is the person who holds the balance of emotional power.

No, thank you: Incest and infidelity. If you take nothing else away from this section, please take that. Completely non-canon AUs (i.e. of the bookshop, coffeeshop, or college variety). Unabashed fluff of the curtainfic variety - I like a dash of salt with my sugar. Sidelined female characters or marginalized characters of color. Second person (sorry!). Animal abuse. Rape as a plot device. PWP. For Yuletide, D/s, BDSM, kinks that end in "play" (and don't start with "fore") except where noted. And bananas. Because reasons.

Specifically…
(spoilers ahoy...)

Being Human (US)Collapse )

Hamilton — MirandaCollapse )

Parade"s End (TV)Collapse )

Penny Dreadful (TV)Collapse )

Sleepy Hollow (TV)Collapse )

So that's my pitch, for five different fandoms. If I lost you somewhere in the madness, never fear: tell a story, enjoy yourself, and have a wonderful Yuletide. I look forward to whatever you have in store for me.

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Alll the world's a stage.

Dear Prime Time Player,

So happy to have you! I'm excited for not_primetime and all the wonderful fic it will no doubt heed, but I'm most excited for the wonderful fic you've offered to write especially for me. I have a nasty habit of going a bit overboard in these letters (I give you Exhibit A), so I'm going to keep things as short and sweet as possible.

In general, I am all about characters. There are times I would loooove to be in it for the pretty or in it for the porn, but sadly, my brain will not process without some character I find fascinating. Great characterization is pretty, pretty porn for me. Sad, but true. I love symbolism and subtext and little touches tied to canon. I love epic plottiness and slice-of-life stories. I love conflict that comes from within (as opposed to a big bad conspiring to keep people apart). I love characters of color in the spotlight and women off the sidelines. And I love love love found families (as evidenced by my requests) and trust issues and people lying to themselves about the depths of their feelings for each other (whether that's friendship or family or something else) while their actions paint a different picture entirely.

As dislikes go, I have a an irrational embarrassment squick, a significant infidelity squick, and a massive incest squick. I'm an unabashed angst fan who loves to see Complications Ensue, so full-stop fluff really isn't my thing (though open or hopeful endings are right up my alley!). And I'm not big on random AUs of the "and now they're all pirates!" variety. (Unless it's Sherlock. It's canon that Sherlock wanted to be a pirate, and dammit, there's a casefic in there somewhere.)

With that out of the way, let's move on to the fandom-specific, shall we?

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Fast and the Furious Series (spoilers)Collapse )

The FlashCollapse )

Sleepy HollowCollapse )

Everyone else, join in the not_primetime fun!

Tomorrow, When the War Began

I just realized that I never managed my annual Yuletide post-mortem. Novel, on February 1st - I'm only a month late. :)

Life got away from me this year. While I had grand plans for multiple treats, work, wedding planning, and travel all added up to enough time for exactly one fic, my assignment (and even that was a near thing). Luckily, it was kind of the story I most wanted to tell.

I wrote The Once and Future, in Edge of Tomorrow fandom. Sara dragged me kicking and screaming into this movie, declaring it a must-watch despite my aversion to Cruise. And man, was she right. It's smart, it's fast, and it's unexpectedly funny as hell. Most of all, it features a flawless performance by Emily Blunt, who is both a costar in every sense of the word and the true hero of the story. I can honestly say that this is the first Yuletide when I've gotten my assignment and gone "yes, that's exactly what I wanted to write". My recipient seemed to love exactly what I did about the movie, but more than that, it's literally a wide-open canon, with infinite possibilities and tons of little throwaway moments to expand and explore. The whole film hinges on the fact that Cage is not the first to experience what he's going through, and I thought, what if Rita wasn't, either? I grew entirely too attached to Hendricks (who I really wanted to be Idris Elba, but somehow morphed into Justin Theroux in my head the moment he first opened his mouth) and really, really hated killing him. Over and over. Ad infinitum. But I loved loved loved writing Rita, with all her honor and competence and repressed attachment, and getting to see things (and Cage) through her eyes. Plus, I got to write a non-linear storyline, which you know is one of my favorite things in all the world.

Plus, that Scandal fic that made me flail like a crazy flaily thing? Yeah. [profile] martinigrl wrote it. She totally failed at stealth this time around (unlike last year, when she was actually assigned to me and delivered the most perfect Fiona Gallagher fic ever written), but it was absolutely the best present ever.

All in all, another good Yuletide down. Until next year.

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Good tidings to you...

Christmas came, Christmas went. For the first time in my life, I spent the holidays away from home... with my parents, in their new home in Florida. Let me tell you, leaving 86-degree weather to return to 30-degree Chicago was no picnic, but I'm so glad I went.

While I was there, [community profile] yuletide happened! This year, there were three gifts under the tree for little old me.

Wives of Powerful Men
Scandal, Mellie Grant, Bitsy Cooper
YOU GUYS YOU GUYS YOU GUYS, MY YULETIDE SANTA BROUGHT ME BITSY FIC. And it is glorious. Takes Mellie's tendency to make difficult decisive choices and immediately second-guess herself (or be made to - thanks for that, Fitz, you putz) and puts it squarely in the hands of a woman who's been there, done that, and lived to say "of course I'll do it your way, which will really be my way." Bitsy's influcence on Mellie, on the show, brought to mind an Armand line from Interview with the Vampire: "They had forgotten the first lesson, that we are to be powerful, beautiful, and without regret." This fic reinforced that in spades. A marvelous gift that made my Yuletide.

Garlands
Sleepy Hollow, Ichabod Crane/Abbie Mills
I have a secret weakness for Christmas fic (which may not be all that secret, since I've written it. Twice.). The idea of Abbie establishing holiday traditions for the two of them is delightful (and something I sincerely hope we see on the show, at some point, for their entire makeshift family) and that's the premise here. Ichabod would be familiar with the concept of a Christmas tree, having come from a wealthy family of worth, but Abbie explaining how she chooses a tree in Charlie Brown terms is cute, and Ichabod choosing a teeny tree because it would make her happy is doubly so. The whole concept makes me wonder what Christmases were like for Abbie the foster kid. Likewise, I'm sure our favorite male witness would also have a selection of facts on the history of mistletoe, as the association with kissing began in England in the 18th century, but it's forever the perfect excuse to shove your ship together at the holidays.

The Secret Smile
Fargo, Greta Grimly, Lou Solverson
After the grimdark humor of the show (which, don't get me wrong, I love), this treat was a little slice of life from happily-ever-after. The Grimly-Solverson blending of the epilogue was squee-inducing, if a bit sparse, but my favorite moments actually came over the course of the show. Greta and Lou could not be better family if there were blood involved - she immediately looked to him for wisdom and guidance, and he immediately took her under his wing. This fic took that dynamic and ran, with a look at a night at home for Grandpa Lou, big sister Greta, and new baby Grimly (who's undeniably a boy). It's short and sweet, but says a lot about both characters and their relationship with each other.

This was my least-productive Yuletide in years - I only wrote one fic. But it's one that I'm proud of, and was enjoyed by my recipient, so I suppose, if you can only write one, that's the one to write. As always, anyone who guesses which one is mine (except you two there, you know who you are) gets a free ficlet.

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These are a few of my favorite things

Hello, yuletide, how lovely to see you! Especially since you are officially the only time I'm consistently productive all year.

This marks Yuletide number eight for me, and the fourth Misses Clause Challenge I'll be running with martinigrl, my partner in crime. Once again, Yuletide participants are allowed up to six requests (which you'd think would make my selection easier. It really, really hasn't.), so here I am, with this year's ridiculously wordy Ode to an Anonymous Author.

Dear Yuletide Writer,

Welcome! Thanks so much for volunteering to put your time and talents toward a story for one of my favorite fandoms. I hope this letter will provide some insight and ideas without being intimidating — when it all boils down, I love each of the things I've requested here, and will embrace every word I can get.

Generally...

Yes, please: Character-driven fic (with plot. Or porn. Or plot and porn). :) Found families. Platonic soulmates. Canon divergence. Demonstrating love, not declaring. Magical realism. Verbal sparring (TO THE DEATH). Internal versus external conflict. Symbolism, subtext, and stories that live between the lines. Unique approaches to the narrative (non-linear storytelling, stories that have fun with format and structure, things that play with poetry or re-imagine fairy tales or fuse one universe with another - tell me a story entirely through dreams, or the sliding doors of misunderstandings, or messages in friggin bottles, and I will love you forever). Broken-boy soldiers, magnificent bastards, snarky sidekicks with hearts of gold. Strong women whose strength isn't all (or at all) physical. Certain tried-and-true tropes: amnesia, huddling for warmth, fake relationships (when they both have Feelings!). And good old-fashioned jealousy, when the jealous party is the person who holds the balance of emotional power.

No, thank you: Incest. If you take nothing else away from this section, please take that. Completely non-canon AUs (i.e. of the bookshop, coffeeshop, or college variety). Unabashed fluff of the curtainfic variety - I like a dash of salt with my sugar. Sidelined female characters or marginalized characters of color. Second person (sorry!). Infidelity. Rape as a plot device. PWP. For Yuletide, D/s, BDSM, kinks that end in "play" (and don't start with "fore"). And bananas. Because reasons.

Specifically...

10 YearsCollapse )

Edge of TomorrowCollapse )

Fargo (2014)Collapse )

The LeftoversCollapse )

ScandalCollapse )

Sleepy Hollow (TV)Collapse )

And that's all, folks! I'm so looking forward to Yuletide this year, and greatly look forward to reading whatever you decide to write.

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Had to title this with one of my favorite Fiona Gallagher quotes, because yuletide is upon us once again! Every year I have the nagging feeling that I'm due a bad experience, and every year I am proven wrong. This year, I got two amazing gifts. First came my assignment fic...

Thursday's Child
Shameless, Fiona Gallaagher, Debbie Gallagher, Lip Gallagher, Frank Gallagher, Monica Gallagher
If you've read my Yuletide letter, you know that Shameless beat out four other fandoms in the battle for the last request. Now I know why: so that I could get this kickass Fiona fic. The characterization and pacing are positively perfect, and it gave me exactly what I asked for in absolutely the best way possible. Fiona is so herself here, which is a tall order when you consider how in-her-head this POV is. I love her sense of resignation-as-determination, I love all her little insights into her reality and the world around her, and I LOVE that she's the same person inside her head as out -- that she's as fiercely honest with herself as she is with everyone else. Plus, my darling author (who is a first-time Yuletider) went to such awesome but organic lengths to include my Chicago love without tweaking any of my tendencies to cringe at tiny wrong details. It is the fic I was meant to have, and I am honored to call it my own.

And, as if that weren't enough, I got an eleventh hour treat. I was convinced it would be Scandal, but lo-and-behold, the archive went live, and I had...

Not knowing when the dawn will come
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011), Peter Guillam, George Smiley, Ricki Tarr, Connie Sachs, Guillam's Boyfriend
I may just scream and whimper and cry for the next five minutes. If there's nothing else here, please pretend that I gushed profusely. (...) Alright, I'm okay now. Greetings, friends! Allow me to introduce you to the Tinker Tailor fic of my heart. I've made this request two years in a row, the exact same request, and my wise, anonymous author has taken that prompt and said "well, that's a good start. Now here's what you really want." I don't even know that I can boil it down to a synopsis, when it deserves words, all the words, all the fawning, fawning words. So I will simply say this: it's a post-film look at Peter, adjusting (and not). Every voice is spot-on, every nuance is perfection, and it surprised me with every single sentence, but I felt right at home. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous.

Honestly, I have no idea what I did to deserve a Yuletide like this, but I am positively astounded by the quality and the voices, and I could not have received two more perfect gifts. Please go read them, and give them all the love.

The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls.

Happy days are here again! And by happy, I mean yuletide, that super special time of year when I'm actually productive.

This year marks my seventh Yuletide, third running the Misses Clause Challenge with martinigrl, and numerology dictates that this time around shall be a magical one. And though there have been many changes to the exchange for 2013, the departure of elynross among them, the one that will have the most profound effect upon this year's letter is… (dun dun dun…) the advent of six possible requests. Count them, six.

In short, my fellow Yulefolk, in light of the length of my previous letters (in no particular order: this little letter provided leverage, this little letter wrote a poem, this little letter had my first treat, this little letter had none, and this little letter begged for backstory backstory backstory all the way home)… brace yourselves.

Dear Yuletide Writer,

Welcome! Happy to have you, make yourself comfortable. I'm so glad you've volunteered to spin a story for one of my much-loved fandoms, and I can't wait to read what you come up with. I hope this letter will provide some insight and ideas without being intimidating — when it all boils down, I love each of the things I've requested here, and will embrace every word I can get.

My fandom brain is highly character-centric, and that extends to fic as well. Strong characterization is pretty much porn for me, and I've been extremely lucky in that respect in gifts of Yuletides past. I love symbolism and subtext and stories that live between the lines of canon. I love unique approaches to the narrative — non-linear storytelling, stories that have fun with format and structure, things that play with poetry or re-imagine fairy tales or fuse one universe with another. Tell me a story entirely through dreams, or the sliding doors of misunderstandings, or messages in friggin bottles, and I will love you forever.

I'm a sucker for certain archetypes — the broken boy soldier, the magnificent bastard, the snarky sidekick with a heart of gold, and especially the awesome and oft-overlooked women who save the day or hold everything together and never ever take the credit. I live for interesting interaction unfolding between characters — the dynamic between people is incredibly important to me, that tangible bond that makes people trust in each other and fight for and with and alongside each other, makes them have entire conversations without words and feel like parts of a whole. Particularly if that bond is not romantic. Having that kind of connection between characters you ship is all-important, yes, but give me two people with a completely platonic relationship who would lie down in front of a train for each other and I will be putty in your hands. As far as actual shipping goes… when it comes to Yuletide, I tend to pose prompts that skew toward gen, but if you prefer to write something shippy, I've noted favorite pairings for every request.

On the "do not want" side of things, outside of one particular fandom, I'm not a huge fan of the completely non-canon AU. I'm all for things that diverge, in a butterfly effect, "twist at this turning point and now everything is different" sort of way, but I don't really connect with the coffeeshop/college/captured by pirates scenarios. I'm an angst lover at heart, so unabashed fluff doesn't have the same impact (though I'm totally down with conflict and turbulence that leads to open, hopeful or happy endings!). I hate to see female characters sidelined or characters of color marginalized. Sex is more than welcome when it's rooted in character, but it works best for me in the abstract and as part of a larger story. I have no preference as to present or past tense, but something about second person rarely clicks with me. Infidelity will take me right out of a story, as will porn-by-numbers, rape as a plot device, and any of my pretty boys in pain being overly verbose or emotionally overwrought. Squickly-speaking, steering clear of bodily fluids beyond blood (in a non-"play" sense), saliva, and sexual byproducts is generally a safe bet (so kinks like watersports, scat, vore, etcetera aren't really up my alley), but the most important thing to note is that I have a massive incest squick. If you take nothing else away from this section, please take that.

Specific fandoms-wise, I'm so torn! There are three things fighting it out for the last spot — Jennifer Crusie's "Bet Me" (which would be a request for Liza Tyler), Emily Owens, M.D. (which would be some sort of bottle episode request for Emily Owens, Gina Bandari, and Tyra Dupre), or Orange is the New Black (which I'm almost positive would be a request for Daya backstory). Well. Or Sleepy Hollow (which would be all the Abbie Mills. Duh.).

Never mind, I went with Shameless. :)

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ScandalCollapse )

Shameless (US)Collapse )

Spartacus SeriesCollapse )

Third StarCollapse )

Tinker Tailor Soldier SpyCollapse )

There you have it. Thanks again, Yuletide writer. I can't wait to read whatever you have in store for me.

By the numbers.

Probably should've done this at the turn of the year (but since I didn't do the last one until the end of April, uh... oh well?). Have the AO3 Hit Meme!

2011's recap:

  1. Ashes and Flame (Every You and Every Me), The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins, Katniss/Peeta, 6,291 hits
  2. Creative (Non)Fiction, Community, Ensemble (Abed-centric), 3,073 hits
  3. Deck the Halls with Daddy Issues, The Avengers, Steve/Tony, 2,411 hits
  4. Lost In Translation, The Losers, Jensen/Cougar, 1,503 hits
  5. And To All A Goodnight, Faking It - Jennifer Crusie, Davy/Tilda, 1,053 hits
  6. Lessons I Learned in the Dark, Covert Affairs, Auggie/Jai, 947 hits
  7. Big Girl Pants, New Girl, Jess/Nick, 897 hits
  8. Of All Our Yesterdays (Sunrise, Sunset), Black Dagger Brotherhood - JR Ward, Ensemble (Phury-centric), 495 hits
  9. Dinner and a Show, Dexter, Ensemble (Deb-centric), 404 hits
  10. All The Things She Said, Smallville, Oliver/Chloe, 334 hits

2012 breakdown:

  1. Ashes and Flame (Every You and Every Me), The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins, Katniss/Peeta, 10,431 hits
  2. Deck the Halls with Daddy Issues, The Avengers, Steve/Tony, 8,347 hits
  3. Creative (Non)Fiction, Community, Ensemble (Abed-centric), 3,913 hits
  4. Lost In Translation, The Losers, Jensen/Cougar, 3,084 hits
  5. Big Girl Pants, New Girl, Jess/Nick, 2,068 hits
  6. Lessons I Learned in the Dark, Covert Affairs, Auggie/Jai, 1,221 hits
  7. Shells of a Long-Ago Lifetime (Faces That Once Were Mine Mix), Supernatural, Dean, Sam, OCs, 1,186 hits
  8. And To All A Goodnight, Faking It - Jennifer Crusie, Davy/Tilda, 1,130 hits
  9. Of All Our Yesterdays (Sunrise, Sunset), Black Dagger Brotherhood - JR Ward, Ensemble (Phury-centric), 689 hits
  10. Something to Talk About (The Million Dollar Quartet Cover), The Losers, Jensen/Cougar/Pooch/Jolene, 687 hits

Attention, Hunger Games fandom: I cannot believe there are still new people reading this fic. It's incredibly flattering, but ridiculously unexpected. The Steve/Tony moved up a notch, but that's less unexpected. The New Girl piece, with its plethora of pants, jumped two spots. I remain shocked by its popularity. Both the pieces I wrote for this year's Remix round charted. I'm no stranger to Supernatural gen, but the poly of the Losers piece was very, very new (and so much fun). And, sadly, we said goodbye to Deb. I'm kind of bummed about that one. It's one of my favorites.

2012 wasn't the greatest year for me, productivity-wise - 8 fics (in 7 fandoms, of course, because I'm me), with a combined wordcount of 39,053. But I like what I put out, and 2013 is already shaping up to be a better one.

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