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.
It says at least three, but if I don't give myself a limit, I'll end up listing a whole bunch of my faves. So I'm sticking with three. I picked from three different fandoms to mix it up a little, though my reasons for each vary.
1. The Work of a Moment (4576 words)
Fandom: Black Sails
Summary: With Charles Town under siege, Flint wants only to destroy Peter Ashe the way he destroyed everything Flint had ever loved. Until Peter utters the one word to ever hold sway over James's being. Set in episode XVIII, going AU from the end.
Reason for rec: This was what I wrote for Yuletide this year, and I have to admit, I'm really proud of how it turned out. It's my first foray into Black Sails fic, but it's not going to be my last.
2. The Seventh (4479 words)
Summary: Nobody ever knew how Percival felt about Merlin. But he made sure to show the sheriff in whatever ways he could.
Reason for rec: I wrote this as part of a team for a challenge community, and it still makes me cry. I love the melancholy sweetness about it, and hey, I got to put Merlin and Percival in the old west so how could that be bad?
3. Legions of True Hearts (180,156 words)
Summary: Post graduation, a restless Buffy goes to London to escape the memories of Angel, only to lose herself in unexpected dreams. But is William real, or is he a distraction? Is he, possibly...both?
Reason for rec: Legions remains my favorite of all the Buffy fic I ever wrote. I wrote it with the firm belief that I would be the only one who ever read it, because I was doing it solely to indulge my desire for Buffy/William. Because I was writing it for myself, I did all my favorite things in it--twisty plot lines, the historical stuff with William, getting to let Buffy grow up in ways the show was reluctant to do. It's sweet and hot and actiony and romantic and...I love it. To this day, it still has my favorite last line I've ever written for anything ever.