Annual Fic Review Meme 2012

  • Dec. 31st, 2012 at 10:22 AM
hope: Art of a woman writing from tour poster (Default)
I wrote one story this year and posted three. So this year's meme is kind of redundant - just decided to do a very truncated version:

Stories posted this year... (with wordcount)

The Very Important Quest (24500)

After the Storm (2000)

Four Seasons in One Day (35000)

The end.

Annual Fic Meme (2010 Edition)

  • Jan. 3rd, 2011 at 2:20 PM
hope: Art of a woman writing from tour poster (jack/ianto smooch)
I wasn't going to do this, seeing as I wrote practically nothing last year, but then it turns out I wrote a lot in January! And would be breaking a 5-year tradition if I didn't do this. So, here we go.

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I have a stack of unpublished Torchwood snippets and bits of WIPs that are going to languish forever, now. Should I publish them somewhere? As various chapters on AO3, perhaps? Or on this journal? Eh, I don't know, I think the Torchwood-on-my-flist boat has sailed, now, so it's possibly not even worth it. Still, leaving them completely unknown makes me twitch a bit. (As does the thought of publishing something dodgy and unfinished, so eh.)

Annual fic meme (2008 edition)

  • Dec. 31st, 2008 at 2:00 PM
hope: Art of a woman writing from tour poster (sun worshipper)
Oh man. I'm only doing this meme this year because I do it every year, but considering I've only posted one proper story, I'll leave most of the questions blank - so you can still yoink it if you want.

If I'd actually managed to get my Torchwood crackfic posted by the end of this year, it would be the answer to most of these questions anyway.

2008 in fic )

I should also note, though, that prob one of the reasons so little ficcing got done this year is because I was spending fannish energy on other things, namely helping to establish a new wiki.

Although, in fic-related achievements, I also got a lot of my stories archived on the Archive of Our Own! Still screwing my resolve up to archive all my old LOTR & Lotrips stuff there. It makes me cringe just to think about.

Also plus sides to my fannish 2008: I got into a couple of new fandoms, I watched a lot of very brilliant TV, I went to an extraordinarily fun con.

I'm not doing a personal 2008-in-review meme, but I think pretty much everything in my life this year, fannish, personal, professional and so forth, can be summed up thus: depression, exhilaration, chaos.

Come on, 2009!

ETA: And speaking of fic, omg SPN will never be left in my dust. Which is nice, I suppose? My popular pre-series fics posted in 2006 still get over twice as many hits as anything I've posted in the past 12 months.