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Thursday, December 31st, 2015 04:52 pm
Here's the list of recs for December:

The Knife's Edge of Madness, by Strix Varia (PG-13) (Sam)

Triggers, by Vicki Turner (PG) (various)

Home for the Holidays, by Tallulah Rasa (G) (Jack and Daniel)

And Leaves the World to Darkness, by Tarimanveri (PG-13) (Sam and Daniel)

~insert usual encouragement to sign up to rec for stargateficrec here~

...and that's it for the month. Sigh for all my plans to actually, y'know, write something.

This has to got to be the least productive fannish year since I joined the SG-1 fandom, nearly ten years ago now. I did have the milestone of making my 1,000th rec (we're up to 1,015 by now), we had two Alphabet Soups (time travel and off-world), and I managed to contribute to both Soups - the only two stories I wrote all year, actually:

X is for Xenolalia. The problem with amnesia is that memories aren't always in context. Sam perspective on a Daniel-centric missing scene from Fallen.

M is for Moebius. In a missing scene from Moebius, Sam argues with Daniel, or maybe with herself.

Grand (hah!) total: Less than 2,000 words of fic written this year. Good grief.

I will not bother trying to go into further detail, but will only hope that some of those WIPs get completed, we'll write more Soups and have another round of the [community profile] sg1friendathon, and that I'll continue to enjoy the friendships and squee in our friendly little corner of the SG-1 fandom. Thanks, guys. :)

Previous yearly reviews: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007.
Thursday, December 31st, 2015 04:29 pm (UTC)
We are a small but mighty fandom. And I'm *so* glad you're part of it. I always look forward to your recs, your soups, and your stories! Thank you!

I'm looking for my missing mojo as well (the WiP folder is ridiculous), so a soup might be just the thing for me to get my butt in gear and write something. Here's to more SG-1 squee in 2016.
Friday, January 1st, 2016 08:32 pm (UTC)
Happy New Year to you and yours.

Hopefully 2016 will be the year of resergence for missing writing mojos. For myself, the absence of an ongoing, active, thriving SG1 fandom community in my life plays a big role in my lack of productivity.

Your Gen Fic Soups help a lot - so, a big Thank You! for all the work you do to keep SG-1 alive in our hearts and minds.