June 29th, 2011

SH John green jumper

Sherlock Fic Rec List on Delicious

Hey, I just realized that I never posted the link to the fic recommendation panels for Supernatural and Sherlock (BBC) at the MW con from last month. Despite my vow of to hunker down and organize, which has clearly experienced some sort of transdimensional set back despite arming myself with the Stickers of Awesome Organizational Power (the piles keep growing on my desk and I'm not causing it I swear) I clearly didn't post a note. Though I have a post-it note to do so. Fail!

So many neat ideas and discussions. And of course loads new fic I haven't tried before (which was sort of our secret mission in sharing our favs--sh, don't tell, we have them all fooled). The rules were the same as always rec hurt/comfort stories you love, no unhappy endings, no death fics.

This time around a free Delicious link list for all of them was created at [ MWCPanel HC Recs ] .

Much easier to code super fast style unlike previous years which took a wincing mumble-mumble-don't-do-the-math number of months to post for the [ Supernatural ] and [ Doctor Who and Torchwood ] ones.

PS Doctor Who's last aired ep in the US "A Good Man Goes to War". OMG! (But that is an arm flail of epic proportions for another posting.)

SPN Dean reading on bed

Pack These Authors In Case of Cylon Invasion

So I was thinking about the MW Delicious Fic List and then thinking about how I have a stack of Sherlock fics that needed to go on my Delicious Fic List as a part of my Great DeCluttering Mission. And then I sat down to work on it.

Except. As I did. I had to nudge a big stack of books off my chair. On top was my all time favorite comfort series (the Liaden series by Lee and Miller). Which led me to thinking about my current favorite books. The ones that have the most bestest ever good scenes in them that I snuggle down with and re-read all the time because they have such good hurt/comforty/bonding/found you/want you/you're on my team moments in them. Which led to me realizing I'd forgotten to put one on my all time favorite top pick books to read if I had to be squirrled away during a Cylon invasion on a lost Battlestar and could only take one handful authors with me. Quel horreur! That is wrong on just the wrongest of all wrong levels!

Needless to say. I've not entered a single Sherlock fic tonight (and I have some really good ones to put up that I snacked on and smacked my lips over from penfold_x, brate7, mrwubbles but [ Patricia Briggs ] is now up now partnered next to Lois McMaster Bujold, Ilona Andrews, Sharon Lee & Steve Miller all safe and sound now.

Whew! That was a close one. I mean. The Cylon invasion. It could happen and I wouldn't have had my author list ready.

That is not to say that I don't automatically include the Jane Austen's "Pride & Prejudice" and Frances Hodgson Burnett's "The Little Princess" in my Cylon invasion emergency kit. But those are classic loves of my childhood so get an automatic gimme.

PS Your turn, what authors are in your Cylon invasion kit?

Note-no fanfic authors, just book ones, because you know that's what the one terabyte external hard drive is for, right? I mean. Hello. In case of invasion, you're gonna save the fic first! ALL OF IT.