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Jan. 1st, 2014

healingmirth: Coca-Cola bear with Yuletide text (yuletide)
more yuletide recs in Dead Poets Society, The Breakfast Club, and Heard on the Subway: Talking About Your Gay Son (blog post) )

So I made it from T back around through H before reveals, but not even because I bookmarked most of the longer fic to come back to, like Annum Novum" and some other stuff that seems really promising.

I sort of want to read more, or do some 2013 meme, or just do the general AO3 meme because I haven't yet, but the. there's [community profile] snowflake_challenge and some fandom-stocking stuff I still hope to write. And all the stuff that I didn't have time to sort before I had people over last night, so I piled it up and stashed it behind things...

Happy New Year!
healingmirth: typewriter keys (typewriter)
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.

I wish I could write shorter things. I would write more of them! I love longfic, and occasionally have fic ideas that can only be served by longfic, but I really love scenes - slice of life, five things, all that stuff, and some of what I'm happiest with of what I've written are things that feel unresolved. Hopeful, almost always, but open-ended.

four stories by meeeee )
healingmirth: Coca-Cola bear with Yuletide text (yuletide)
I wrote one fic for Yuletide this year - I think it's the first time I haven't been able to come up with a treat. I had ideas for other things, but they never really came together.

when necessary, use words (7316 words) by healingmirth
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Lewis (TV)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: James Hathaway/Robert Lewis, Robert Lewis/Original Male Character
Characters: Robert Lewis, James Hathaway, Laura Hobson, Jean Innocent, Original Male Character(s)
Additional Tags: canon-typical offscreen character death

A case, a distinguished gentleman, an experiment, a misunderstanding, and some avoidance. A few bumps in the road are to be expected, especially when the journey is a surprise.

mumbling about it )

I also totally came out of canon review with a new random ship - Hathaway and Phillip "working class lout from the north of England" Beaumont from The Quality of Mercy (the one with the murder in the student company producing The Merchant of Venice). Because he gets all the best lines, like "The name might not mean much to you now, but give it time: it'll mean even less," and to whom Hathaway asked, "I know it sounds like a silly question, but do you actually like anybody in Oxford?"

Also, my cat has the hiccups.