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.
My most popular fanwork is undoubtedly the series Love Is For Children (MCU / Avengers). I got the idea from Natasha's line in the Avengers, when I realized that nonsexual ageplay would help the Avengers heal from their mostly-awful childhoods. So Phil cobbles together various cooperative and therapeutic exercises to create Game Night.
Frankenstein's Family is a gothic fluff series inspired by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's novel. Victor and Igor make a baby together, literally, and over time they develop a queerplatonic relationship. It's also an exploration of what would really happen when you put two geeks over a village full of uneducated peasants.
The short story "What Fireworks Are Like" explains why John Watson detests them, in language that Sherlock can understand.
The vignette "Off the Rack" explains what temptation finally seduced Dean Winchester into torturing someone in Hell.
The vignette "A Rendesvous with Death" is ekphrastic fiction inspired by this picture, and features Batman's response to White Nose Syndrome.
Shared Worlds and Open-Source Fandoms
If you're looking for a new fandom to write in and/or mix with your current fandom(s) then here are some options:
The Blueshift Troupers is designed as a science fiction setting for creators and characters of color. It features upbeat tales of galaxy-roaming rescue.
Schrodinger's Heroes is quantum science fiction about saving the world from alternate dimensions, with a highly diverse cast. If you like cats, see LOL_HEROES, it doesn't require much context. The Crossovers page features mashups with Sherlock Holmes and the Hulk, among others.
The Ursulan Cycle is genderbent Arthurian Cycle. Almost all of the characters are female, and they have all kinds of adventures.
What are some of your favorite fanfics, by me or other people?