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[insanejournal.com profile] fluterbev said
The discussion in carodee's journal got me thinking. There's a lot of talk around at the moment about what people hate in fan fiction. There's a tendency to focus on the negative, and that really is a shame, since there is so much to be positive about in our fandom.

I have an idea for a meme, in the hopes that we can circulate a little TS fic lurve around our journals *g*. At the very least, we will hopefully end up circulating a list of story recs.

TS Story Recommendation Meme

When you see this, copy it into your own journal. Look through the list of stories and bold the ones you've read (and if you want to, aim to give the ones you haven't read a try when you can). Then, at the bottom of the list, add a story (or more than one) that you really love. Say whether it is slash or gen, write a short summary, and provide a link.

1. Visiting Alex, by Lady Ra (slash) - Wonderfully angsty, post Sentinel Too story. http://www.squidge.org/archive/archive/22/visitingalex.html

2. Equilibrium, by lamardeuse (slash) - Post TSbyBS. A novel-length, plotty case story. Really excellent. http://lamardeuse.dreamhost.com/ts/equilibrium.html

3. Laws of Murphy, by T.W. Lewis (AKA gardendoor) (slash) - Extraordinarily funny and sexy at the same time *g*. http://www.geocities.com/gardendoor/szone.html

4. Epiphany in a Stairwell by Lady Ra (slash)(short) - Eavesdropping on Blair dealing with a bigot. *heee* http://www.squidge.org/archive/archive/17/epiphanyin.html

5. Saving The Day by Karen (slash)(long) - Blair, Rhonda, and the Donut Girl have to free the precinct from terrorist invaders. Stuck in a locked basement, Major Crimes listens to Radio Free Blair on the Ellison channel. http://www.squidge.org/archive/archive/17/savingthe.html

6. Nuance, by Livia and Resonant (slash)(very long) - Interpreting sensory observations comes terribly close to mind-reading. Jim has to think about this. (Watch for Scott, whose babies I will be having as soon as I track him down.) http://www.squidge.org/archive/archive/1_2000_firsts/nuance.html


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