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Snowflake Challenge Day 8: Self-Recommendations

Day 8

In your own space, post self-recs for at least three fanworks that you created. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so

As always, my list begins with my largest and most popular series, Love Is For Children.  This is Avengers fanfic about what would happen if our heroes actually got the mental support and comfort they so desperately need.  It centers on nonsexual ageplay as a healing experience.  If you're sick of the canon turning into wall-to-wall domestic abuse, and you like hurt/comfort, read this.  Just be aware that there is a LOT of it now, and my work has been described as "flypaper for eyeballs."

Frankenstein's Family is fanfic of Frankenstein, the Modern Prometheus.  It's genderfuck with Victor as transgender.  He and Igor have a queerplatonic relationship and have constructed a son, Adam.  This is gothic fluff.

Over in Schrodinger's Heroes, the crossover page has a handful of one-shots and two of my series:
Herolock crosses over with Sherlock, bringing Sherlock and John into the Teflon Tesseract.  This is science fiction, a little mystery, and mostly sociological dynamics amongst the characters.
Schrodinger's Hulk crosses over with the Incredible Hulk (primarily Marvelverse).  It posits that Hulk is Bruce's animus, and therefore Bruce must actually be feminine.  So it's heavy-duty genderfic about what would happen if Bruce got tucked into a safe place with gender-aware friends to take care of them.  If you want to wrap Bruce in a blanket, this is your fic.  If you like Thunderbolt-bashing, at least read the first story for its conclusion.

I also have a couple of Star Trek entries, one Supernatural, one Batman, and miscellaneous others on AO3.

Want more?  The Poetry Fishbowl will be running today with a theme of "That's not a mistake!"  Drop by my blog and give me prompts, enjoy the crosstalk, or watch for free poetry to appear.

Tags: event, fantasy, reading, science fiction, snowflake challenge, writing

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