Yuletide!

Dec. 26th, 2013 03:16 am
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
(But first, I am so far behind on the meme, zomg -- I'm currently very glad that most of the end of the month didn't fill up, so I can shift the questions I haven't answered forward. I will get to them all!)

Yuletide bears ate me for most of the last week, but I got a story done and posted and edited and tweaked and made myself stop touching it a few hours before midnight on the 24th, to be safe. *g* Today was supposed to be for hours and hours of reading, but was more like a little reading, and then hanging out with [personal profile] mollyamory and [personal profile] therienne for a wonderful dinner and some presents and Doctor Who and a very nostalgic trip to the pilot episode of Stargate Atlantis.

But I did manage to read both my gifts, of which I got two! I don't usually get treats, so I was hugely chuffed to see one this year.

My official story was in Haven, which I'm just beaming over, having spent some time earlier this month wallowing in the joy of this season of Haven -- the story itself is set during the season opener, which! Really couldn't be better timing. This melted me into a little puddle of happy goo.

Complicated (3081 words) by Anonymous
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Haven
Rating: Mature
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Duke Crocker/Nathan Wuornos
Characters: Duke Crocker, Nathan Wuornos, Jennifer Mason (Haven)
Additional Tags: Bruises, Hurt/Comfort, Bathing/Washing, Reunions, Missing Scene, Complicated Relationships, Self-Flagellation, Empathy, Kissing, Minor Injuries, Napping, Season/Series 04, Established Relationship, Yuletide Assignment, Yuletide 2013
Summary:

Having just found Nathan busily involved in his own peculiar brand of self-flagellation, Duke spends some time getting him cleaned up and the both of them reacquainted. (Takes place during the reunion scene of Season 4, Episode 1, "Fallout.")



The treat was in Forever Knight, and also made me really happy. I miss Schanke like crazy, and the author did a great job with him and the world he inhabits (and if you're a Cohen fan, she nailed Cohen in this, too).

Copper's Instinct (5788 words) by Anonymous
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Forever Knight
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Nick Knight, Don Schanke, Amanda Cohen, Natalie Lambert, Officer Lipinski, Sgt. Mandrake (Forever Knight), Myra Schanke, Jenny Schanke, Det. McCabe (Forever Knight), Det. Dreyfus (Forever Knight), Janette DuCharme
Additional Tags: Canon Related, Wordcount: Over 1.000
Summary:

Schanke's perspective on the events of the Season Two premiere, "Killer Instinct".



I foolishly didn't take any time off this week or next, and I'm losing prime reading time on Sunday to a family get-together, so I'm flailing a bit at how to make it through the rest of the archive before reveals. But it's a fun kind of flailing, at least.

Yay, Yuletide!

And now to bed, so I can work tomorrow. Woe.
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
I spent a good chunk of today being cranky at people being Wrong on the Internet, and wanting to tell them how they're wrong and to maybe stop doing that.

Then [personal profile] movies_michelle posted to say that for Sandy Herrold's birthday today it would be great if people would post recs of things: "Post a rec of something, anything, you enjoyed today, whether it was a story, vid, photo, meme, discussion, whatever. Whether it's new or old. If you've been meaning to go back and leave a comment on a story, go do it now, even if it's just to say "Love this!"" And really that sounds like a much more constructive use of my time. (Even though Snady would totally have agreed that Those People Are Wrong On The Internet *g*)

So have a couple of things!

First, if you're not reading [personal profile] morgandawn's fanlove posts, you should be, because they're wonderful. Today's installment was a set of quotes from fanzine publishers back in the day, talking about dealing with print shops who perforce saw the (often explicit) artwork and stories in the zines. I wasn't involved in fandom back then, really, but roughly 2000-ish I watched a friend carefully pick a local printer by means of spotting the gay pride poster in their window and deciding they could probably deal with the slash zine she was putting together. I was grinning my head off at [personal profile] morgandawn's post.

Second, as I've had Maru on my mind lately (he has a new kitten friend! Named Hana!), have a Maru story:
[ I succeeded in crawling into the breast of my big boss! ] (1693 words) by miss_pryss
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: I Am Maru
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Maru, Harry (I Am Maru)
Summary:

[ Hello, I am hedgehog of the newcomer.
My name is Harry.
What a big you are!
I follow you forever. ]

Harry the stuffed hedgehog toy adores his "boss" - Maru the cat, of cardboard box fame - but Maru hardly seems to notice him. When Harry finds himself in terrible trouble, will Maru come through for his most devoted toy at last? Warning: various profanities uttered by a pot of cat grass.



And one more while I'm here, for a fandom that started up too late for Snady, but I think would have loved. This is a lovely h/c POI story:
Random Access Memory (4504 words) by Xparrot
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Person of Interest (TV)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Harold Finch & Nathan Ingram, Harold Finch & John Reese
Characters: Harold Finch, Nathan Ingram, John Reese
Additional Tags: Sickfic, Fevers, Angst, Smarm, Friendship, Present Tense, (possibly to be jossed) backstory, adventures at MIT, Reese can read too, as well as cook breakfast
Summary:

"You're running a fever of 104," Nathan says.



Happy birthday, Snady. ♥
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
A few weeks ago, I stumbled over a program called TeamViewer, which gives you remote access to another computer. CNET gives it five stars, or "spectacular".

It's free for non-commercial use, and lets you do all sorts of things. You can use it to control another computer; you can use it to invite people to look at your screen in an online meeting; you can use it to transfer files back and forth without having to first upload them somewhere. The only requirement is that both systems have it installed and are online. (Obviously, faster connections and more modern OSes are going to have better results.)

The default setup gives you a user ID number that stays the same, and generates a random password every time you launch the program. You give that password to whoever you want to have access to your system, then when you end the session, the password is deleted.

You can also set it up to have a permanent password, so anyone can access that computer at any time if they know the user ID and pw. (You can do this during installation, or at any point thereafter by choosing a specific pw for that computer.)

One of the things I wanted it for was to be able to help my dad with small computer problems. I used to be able to walk him through things, but that's harder now, and my default had started to be "okay, write down the entire message and I'll take a look the next time I'm out", which isn't really great for a lot of stuff.

So I installed TeamViewer on his system the last time I was out there, which is when I discovered the permanent-password option, which was a source of great joy for me. I hadn't been looking forward to coaching him through opening the program any time I had to help him.

He called me a few minutes ago to say he had this crazy message on his screen from "A-V-G" about a "trojan horse found", and said "That doesn't have anything to do with me, right? I can just blow that off?"

And I said, "You know what? Let me try that thing I showed you..."

Opened up my laptop, opened up TeamViewer, opened up the list of "my computers" and clicked on his computer where I'd added it and its permanent password, and boom, there was his screen on my laptop, with the AVG threat-detection screen. Instead of having to listen to him read every word on the screen trying to get him to the "remove to vault" option, I just clicked it, and now am running a scan on his system from my living room, while he's off mailing a check.

If he didn't have a permanent password, I'd have asked him to launch TeamViewer and read me his numbers, so I could plug them in to my connection screen.

The remote-controlled computer has full functionality the whole time: if you need someone to show you what steps they took, they can do so while you watch. There's a little bubble in the lower-right hand corner of the remote-controlled screen so they know someone's there, with tools (toggle control permission off/on, chat window, etc.).

The session can be ended from either side. Once the session ends, a notice pops up on both computers that this was a free session, asking you to "like" it on Facebook/G-plus, giving an option to buy a license, or clicking "okay". This is a little annoying on the one hand, but clicking okay takes care of it, and the message means no one can sneak onto your system without your being aware that someone has done so.

I highly recommend this if you do tech support for anyone, or want to do any sort of remote collaboration. Or even if you want to do things like control the media player on your desktop from your laptop in the other room...

There are even mobile versions for iOS, Android, and Windows 8/RT.

Download it from the TeamViewer site instead of CNET, though, to avoid CNET's annoying third-party add-on crap.
arduinna: a stack of books, with the top one opened (book stack)
[community profile] ao3some -- This is a new, completely unofficial comm for fans of the AO3 to get together and talk about whatever -- share codes, talk about features we like or don't like, how we use the archive, tips/tricks, tagging philosophies, news, etc.

[community profile] ao3_skins -- Relatedly and also unofficial, for sharing archive skins and other extras.

[community profile] fancake -- This is a repeat from a month ago, but I'm having a blast with it, and it's really starting to take off. This is a themed recs community, where anyone can rec fanworks based on that month's theme (new themes start up on the 15th of each month).

The first three themes were amnesia, telepathy, and superpowers, and generated about 60 recs each; the fourth theme was crossovers/fusions, and generated over 200 recs in 175 different fandoms. The current theme (just started today) is genderfuck, and has generated 9 recs already as I type this.

[community profile] fannish_library_fest -- The fest runs from April 15 to April 30, and has just opened for posting. It's to celebrate "fans and characters as keepers, organizers, and preservers of knowledge" (how fans organize things like archives, delicious, recs lists, bookmarks, wikis, etc.; how characters/sources use things like libraries/records/archives/oral histories/memoirs/personal papers/etc.). Anything relating to that is welcome: meta of all kinds, fanworks of all kinds, recs, questions, you name it.

eta new icon, courtesy [profile] morebutterflies in [community profile] fannish_library_fest!
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
I haven't done one of these in ages, but figured this was a good time to spread the word about some recs communities. These are all open to any fandoms, any genres, any ratings.

[community profile] bestthingever is for recs of stories (and only stories, no other fanworks) that are no more than three months old; anyone can post.

[community profile] fanart_recs is, as you might suspect, for reccing fanart. This one's run more along crack_van lines, with reccers signing up for a month to rec in their fandoms.

[community profile] fancake is a themed rec community, where anyone can rec stories based on that month's theme. It's mainly fic-based, but any fanworks are welcome to be recced. Themes so far have been amnesia, telepathy, and superpowers, and a few times a year there's an amnesty period for reccing things under any previous theme. There's currently a poll to determine the next theme; I'm rooting for crossovers/fusion, myself.

[community profile] list50 is for 50 recs at a time (or shorter lists during "minilist" challenges), on a reccer-chosen theme. The recs are generally just one line each - title, fandom, and link to story are the only required things, although people can add more info if they want. Anyone can post here.

And bonus community, which is restricted to gen fanfic but which is open to any fandom and apparently any rating:

[community profile] gen_rec It's a little quiet right now, but I'd love to see this pick up, since I've only just discovered it. *g*
arduinna: Logo for the Archive of Our Own (AO3)
I was poking around the AO3 tonight, and stumbled across one of my favorite fanworks from the early '00s:

Deep Fanfic Thoughts, by Jack Handey, which I now know was written by [archiveofourown.org profile] Vali (... okay, it is totally cool that you can make a link like that to an AO3 user account!); back in the day, IIRC, it was posted anonymously.

It was written in 2001, and anyone who was in mailing list fandom, particularly on slash lists, will recognize pretty much everything there. Heeee.

It vanished off the net somewhere around 2005, as near as I can tell; I haven't been able to find anything but references to it for several years, and always regretted not saving a copy for myself. Yay for the AO3!

(Me, I still wish that more planets had fallen under the ruthless domination of Prospect-L, but then I'm biased. *g*)
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
Author names have been revealed, so it must be time to post. *g* In order: What I got, what else I'm reccing, and what I wrote.

First up, thank you so much to [personal profile] eotu for my lovely Yuletide gift, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Assignment! It's I Spy, a missing scene for the episode The Seventh Captain, and I love it. *hugs story*

The ep moves very quickly from Scotty being captured and nearly killed (rescued by Kelly, yay!) to him being fairly light-hearted the next day; eotu pulls that back a bit and shows how he got back to that even-keeled place. Which, of course, is all due to his partnership with Kelly, and how they are just always there for each other, and which made me really happy to read. She gave me the Scotty and Kelly I love so much, and that interlude is now canon for that ep in my head.

So that is my first and most important rec! (Which I have just realized I didn't bookmark on AO3 because bookmarks weren't working well that first day, so I have just rectified that.)

More recs are available at my AO3 bookmarks; I'll be adding to these as I keep reading, because wow, is a week not long enough anymore. I don't even know how much more of the archive I have to go through, but it's a lot. *g* At the moment, there are recs in I Spy, Dark Is Rising, Fairy Tales, Anthropomorfic, Dresden Files (tv), MacGyver, Belgariad/Mallorean, the Fire Dancer series by Ann Maxwell, Victor/Victoria, Leverage, White Collar, Invisible Man, and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.

(Note: I haven't read all the stories in all those fandoms - I've been dipping in and out, and have read maybe 2 Madness stories so far on top of that. There are likely to be more all over the place. God, I love the bookmarking feature.)




And now, for the story I wrote:

Beatriz (on AO3), for [profile] galerian_ash
Fandom: Gunmen *
Slash - Cole Parker/Dani Servigo
5,228 words
Rating: teen and up
* It's a mid-'90s action flick starring Christopher Lambert and Mario Van Peebles, about two men on opposite sides who eventually wind up (crankily) working together, then protecting each other, then helping each other, then sailing off together into the sunset sunrise while the soundtrack over them sings about how there's nothing wrong with being in love with someone. No, seriously.

I had so much fun with this. I signed up to write it because I've loved this movie for ages, and I've always wanted to see fic for it. Then I was looking through DYW letters before assignments went out, as you do, and stumbled across galerian_ash's request, and had this happy little moment of "that could be my assignment! I could totally write that!"

And then assignments came, and that was my assignment! \o/ Most years I get an assignment from a recipient who wants something a little different than my take on things, which is great because it lets me stretch; this was one of the years where we were totally in sync, which is great because it lets me just sink into the source. So I found my old VHS tape, and I ordered a DVD copy so I didn't completely destroy my tape, and I started watching. And watching. And watching. I was right, I really do love this movie. *g*

My one regret, if you can call it that, is that I had to skip about half my notes, which consisted of all the ways in which Cole (Mario Van Peebles) is gorgeous; I had all these scraps of lines in my head about that, because I really like looking at Cole. But then I started writing, and realized I was solidly inside Cole's head, and wasn't budging. Which meant that all of that description was useless, alas. But I like being inside his head, too, so it's all worth it.

So yay, another fabulous Yuletide, all around!
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
Once again this year, I am barely halfway through the archive for the fandoms I know, so once again, recs aren't going to happen for a while.

But I must rec the fabulous story I got:

But a Dream, by Cori Lannam.

It's Crusoe, and it is the very first Crusoe story I had ever even seen, much less read, and it is so good! \o/

I'm not sure how to describe this without spoiling it; it starts with Crusoe waking up hurt and confused, and that confusion is crucial to the story. But Cori nailed everything I love about the show, in a way that I was not expecting at all, and I am flappy-handed with joy about the entire thing.

I admit, it probably won't make much sense if you haven't seen the series, but that should just provide incentive to go watch this show, which is incredibly fun.

(I can't believe this wasn't one of Yuletide's big fandoms this year, or that it isn't this year's hot new slash fandom [gen, too, but this is a show slashers should be going nuts over] -- two hot men, both smart and insanely competent, wonderful complements to each other, running around having adventures on a tropical island together. And living together in a treehouse, and utterly devoted to one another, but with plenty of room for arguments and misunderstandings because they're also very different. And with tons of fascinating backstory that's being spooled out a little bit at a time, to boot. And h/c all over the damn place. And banter and snark and teasing. And regular influxes of people who show up to make trouble before they go away again. Seriously, go watch this show! If you're in the US, all the episodes are on Hulu. If you're not in the US, I'm sure all the episodes are in the usual places. *g*)



And I wrote a story, too, for Thea M, who requested Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.

The Golden Afternoon
Gen, PG
~3,400 words
Summary: An autumn day in the woods with Caine and Peter.

It's also up on my site. [livejournal.com profile] therienne and [livejournal.com profile] llwyden betaed for me, and made the story much better than it was. Thanks, guys!

I had huge amounts of fun rewatching the show to get the voices back in my head properly; it's all about the emotion and people's relationships with each other, with regular forays into danger, fights, and chases to keep things moving.

I was a little nervous because Thea wanted Pop in her story, and I'd never written him; the little dabbling I did ten years ago (... omg, *ten years ago*) was all Peter/Kermit. So of course I wound up writing the entire thing from Pop's POV -- because once I got inside his head, it all just flowed from there. Bizarre speech patterns and all.



Once I recover from the slight burnout of trying to read everything before the reveal, I'll get back to going through the fandoms I know and start pulling an actual set of recs together. Meanwhile, I'm tagging my favorites on delicious.

vid recs

Sep. 5th, 2008 07:20 pm
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
I've been planning to add vid recs to my rec site for a couple of years now. The problem is, there are so many great vids that I kept feeling like I was leaving too many out.

I'm still leaving too many out -- vids, fandoms, you name it -- but it's at the point where if I don't suck it up and post these, they're going to languish on my harddrive forever. Better to rec some than none, right? So here are 107 vid recs in over 50 fandoms. (... yeah, I know.)

Most of my connection to the vid community these days is through Vividcon, so these tend to be slanted toward vids and vidders that I've come across there.

All of the recs in one place:

Recs by fandom:


Please let me know if there are any problems with links, etc.
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
So, I meant to have these done by the end of January. Then certainly by the end of February. Then definitely by the first day of spring.

Um. In before Earth Day? *headdesk*

But they're no less sincere for being so delayed: 63 recs in 45 fandoms, for your reading pleasure.

All of the recs in one place:

Recs by fandom:

Yuletide!

Jan. 1st, 2008 08:45 pm
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
I lucked out this year; I got one of my favorite fandoms for my primary story, and a Treat in a fandom I had totally never expected to get as a second story.

My main gift was was An Honest Man, by Michelle Christian ([livejournal.com profile] movies_michelle), for Peacemakers, which is a fandom so dear to my heart I can't even say.

It's lovely. It's a slash story that weaves in and out of canon, using games of chess as a throughline to show Stone and Finch's deepening relationship, which is just perfect. (They play, canonically, and by the time we see it, it's clearly an established habit that they both enjoy a great deal, and it's a moment I adore for the sheer comfortable connection between them.) The character and emotional arcs in this are just wonderful; she starts from the literal beginning, when they barely know each other and don't like each other much, and builds steadily and gorgeously from there.

I almost didn't ask for Peacemakers this year, since I've been lucky enough to get a fabulous story for it in a previous Yuletide, but I'm so glad I decided to include it on my list. *hugs story*

The second story I got was a Yuletide Treat -- extra stories that anyone could write for anyone, if they saw a request that sparked an idea. And someone wrote one for me!

It's Joey and Michael, Sitting in a Tree, by [livejournal.com profile] zortified, for My Two Dads. Yes, My Two Dads. That sitcom you maybe kinda remember from the 80s, with the two guys and the kid. Seriously, I had no hope that anyone would pick this up; it had a whopping three offers on the requested-fandoms page, and I was the only person to request it.

And yet! A story! Slash, even, which was what I most hoped for, but expected even less than I expected the fandom. And it's adorable. I don't know how [livejournal.com profile] zortified did it, but she nailed the voices and tone of the show, and gave me exactly what I wanted. It's a little cliched, but that is perfect for this show, and for its era. *hugs this story too*

Both of these stories make me ridiculously happy, and I rec them both whole-heartedly. Go, read! You'll love them.




As for what I wrote, it was also Peacemakers, which is a first -- there have never been two stories in one year for this fandom. Woot!

True Gold
slash, Stone/Finch
44k, PG
Summary: A rash of fires in Silver City strikes close to home.
written for Dorinda

On the Yuletide archive

On my site

Every year, Yuletide challenges me in a different way, which is one of the things I love about it.

This year, the challenge was writing for a good friend, without her finding out about it.

Here's how it went: )

All in all, it's been a heck of a fun Yuletide.

I'll have more recs, as soon as I finish going through the fandoms I know. Meanwhile, I'm tagging my favorites on del.icio.us.
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
I've added a new page to my recs site: quick recs. It uses [livejournal.com profile] astolat's very spiffy script that lets you pull bookmarks from del.icio.us into an automatically generated, sortable page. I've got mine set up to handle a bunch of different things, from new_recs (anything that I'm planning to add to my recs page in a future update), to recs (anything I've ever recced, including new_recs), to Yuletide, to various fandoms, to vids. I bookmark things much more often than I update my recs site, so I'm seriously happy about this script.

For Yuletide, I've got 48 recs in 39 fandoms, and I still feel like I've missed most the archive. But at it's time to put these, at least, up.

All of the recs in one place:

Recs by fandom:
arduinna: Santa-hatted Momo (from Avatar the Last Airbender), saying "mo mo mo" (Yuletide)
I wrote two stories for Yuletide this year, for fandoms and pairings I love, and I had a blast, as always. A panicky blast, but a blast. I love Yuletide.

Hearthstone
Dead Zone, Johnny/Walt.
NC-17, 36k, 5,500 words
Summary: Light in the darkness.
(Yuletide archive version)


Rx
MASH, Hawkeye/Trapper
PG, 11k, 1,450 words
Summary: This is what he'd been waiting for.
(Yuletide archive version)


And since I don't quite have my recs ready to go yet, I have to take this opportunity to pimp the story I received, which I've been very happy to see has been getting a lot of positive response, because it *rocks*:

Strange Bedfellows, by Lyrastar.
It's also MASH, and also Hawkeye/Trapper, and it made me incredibly happy. She nailed the show and the characters perfectly. Go, read, comment, praise!

And, er, about those Yuletide recs...

I was hoping to have a recs post ready for today, but I was reading right up to the reveal last night, and I still have something like 15 entire fandoms bookmarked to read, never mind fandoms I don't know as well that I was hoping to get to eventually. OMG, 1,057 stories. So I'll either put up a recs-so-far listing sometime in the next few days, or will hold off and do a final version in a week or two.

In the meantime, I've been bookmarking Yuletide 2006 stories I particularly like here on del.icio.us, if anyone's desperate for links in this vast wasteland of no Yuletide recs anywhere. *g* I know it's tough to find things to read! I haven't pulled these out into [livejournal.com profile] astolat's nifty script on my website, so they're not all pretty, but they're functional.
arduinna: shirtless Scotty watching over shirtless Kelly from a distance, from I Spy (Scotty watching)
70 new recs in 20 fandoms

All of the new recs can be found together on the What's New page.

Or go straight to the individual fandoms, with new recs at the top (everything's dated):



And now the question.

I've been listing recs as mixed-up as possible within fandoms -- trying to vary gen/het/slash, pairing, general tone, author, etc. -- so that anyone reading their way through a given fandom's recs would have some variety, and maybe would click on a link they wouldn't have noticed otherwise because it's not in their primary pairing or what have you, but catches their attention when they see it.

That's no problem for a handful of recs, but several fandoms have enough to warrant their own pages, and are probably going to get bigger over time. I was wondering if it would better suit people to sort those recs out by gen/het/slash, and by pairing within that. It's six of one, half a dozen of the other for me -- both methods involve a certain level of sorting while I'm writing recs up, but nothing major.

So does anyone have a preference?
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
All of the new recs can be found on the What's New page.

Or go straight to the individual fandoms, with new recs at the top (everything's dated):



I broke out four fandoms into their own pages - Due South, Invisible Man, Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate SG-1 - because they all had 10 or more recs and were making the mixed-fandom pages too crowded. If more fandoms reach that level, I'll break them out as well.

I also added a page that lets people look for recs by category -- nothing fancy, just a list of links to sets of my del.icio.us bookmarks for specific tags (e.g., everything I've got tagged as both h/c and recs).
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
I just put up a batch of recs -- 30 this time, in 8 fandoms. Newer recs are at the top of the fandom's section, and everything shows what date I added it.


Recs page




Direct links to updated sections:


Dark Is Rising

Due South

House

Invisible Man

Monk

NUMB3RS

Professionals

Stargate Atlantis

arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
I just put up a batch of recs -- 20 this time. Newer recs are at the top of the fandom's section, and everything shows what date I added it.


Recs page




Direct links to updated sections:

Doctor Who

House

Ocean's 11

Stargate Atlantis

Touching Evil

Veronica Mars

X-Men

Highlander/Good Omens
arduinna: a tarot-card version of Linus from Peanuts, carrying a lamp as The Hermit (Default)
I just added a recs page to my site. The first (huge) batch of recs covers more than 90 stories, in more than 50 fandoms -- the number of fandoms is thanks to the Yuletide archive, which is where a good many of these stories live.

Beyond Yuletide, a lot of these are older stories from older fandoms. Obviously, despite the numbers, I've barely scratched the surface; there are entire fandoms still missing, and lots of stories in the fandoms I've started in on that I didn't get around to adding. I'll be adding more eventually, but I don't know how often or extensively.

Recs page

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