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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.

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