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.
1. A Day with the Dozen (Arthur/Molly with their grandchildren, 2800 words, PG)
I wrote this for the most recent hp_nextgen_fest and am just managing to get it posted here. This story is a prequel to my entire Next-Gen universe. I plan to have at least one major one-shot for all of the next-gen kids and have an eight year novel going on for Rose, Al, and Scorpius. I will finish all of the above at some point. ;)
2. Castle of Sand (Frank/Alice, Neville and Augusta Longbottom, 4150 words, PG-13)
I had the idea for this fic AGES ago, but didn't manage it until I was inspired by a prompt for interhouse_fest. It is also posted here for the first time.
3. Inadequate Plumbing (Remus/Tonks with Teddy and Andromeda, 3300 words WIP, PG-13)
This was written with a prompt from last year's rt_morelove but I didn't finish this part of the story until mid-March. Oops. I'm hoping to continue it for this year's Twelfth Day event, so I can link last year's story, but we'll see. I have until Friday, so I'll least try to get SOMETHING postable done. ;)
4. Not the Ideal First Meeting (Molly/OMC, Percy/Audrey, 1900 words, PG-13)
This story is actually the third in a series, but will stand alone. The links to the first two are included under this one. It's special to me since rumpelsnorcack wrote it with me! We really need to do something like this again. :)
In your own space, share a book/song/movie/tv show/fanwork/etc that changed your life. Something that impacted on your consciousness in a way that left its mark on your soul.
This would have to be the HP series, which probably everyone is going to say. Other than the Bible and some Sunday school literature, the Harry Potter books were the first that my husband and I both read. It opened a whole new world of fun discussing what would happen next and seeing his reactions to the books I had read before I convinced him to join me. We now have read many series of books together usually by listening to them on audio on car trips. We own the HP series on audio and it is very much dog-eared and "well-loved". ;)