Yuletide 2006:Fools In Love
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
Looking back, I think the one I wrote for my first Yuletide was my least favorite. I’m linking to it anyway, even if I don’t think it turned out all that well—it’s easier to keep track of everything that way. It was just what Ares and Aphrodite went through trying to get Cupid and Strife together even though they already were. Yuletide 2007:
This was the year I bowed out early on, so that it wouldn’t count against me. All I will say outside of a locked post is that I knew I could never do it justice, and I thought it would be better off if someone else picked it up. I gave it a shot multiple times before that, but I knew I couldn’t do what they wanted.Yuletide 2008:Because We’re Addamses
The Addams Family (movies)
2008’s assignment was great fun for me. I loved writing this one, primarily due to the strangeness of Wednesday Addams. I’m reasonably certain this story is the only one I’ve done for Yuletide that was ever recommended (just once, in passing) anywhere.Yuletide 2009:Paranormal Pressures
Being Human (UK version)
It was just some regular domestic oddness for George, Annie and Mitchell. This would have been written shortly before I ended up falling out love with the series as a whole and jumping ship. Yuletide 2010:If You Could Read My Mind
Back to the Future
This one was fun to write. It’s just set shortly after a time stream collision with the phone booth that Bill and Ted used to travel through time. It was all Doc’s point of view as he worked on his mind reading device, and went off on stream of consciousness mental tangents.Yuletide 2011:The Nosferatu Effect
My Best Friend Is A Vampire
This was a movie I loved...written for someone on my friends list. Therefore, it was interesting trying to keep posts as vague as possible, due to how small the fandom was. However, it was interesting to write. It’s twenty-five years after the film, catching up with two vampires in the graveyard, and seeing how everyone involved has fared in the ensuing time.
And that’s all there is, excluding this year’s.