I know, I know..."Day 6" was ages ago (or 12 days ago). Excuses include that the fall semester is now in full swing and that I had no idea what to link for the next (and last) day. First, let's again review the days:1. Something old2. Something new - talk about a new fanwork of yours!3. Something you made for someone else4. Something you made just for yourself5. Something for a large fandom/pairing/character6. Something for a small fandom/pairing/character7. Something you're just really proud of
And now I'm at #7 and I don't know what to share. It's not that I'm not proud of any of my stuff, but there aren't necessarily one or two things that I think stand out so much that I'd pick them for this. And some things I might have picked (e.g. my 1st White Collar fic posted for public consumption, my one and only longer fic) were already used for previous numbers.
After some thought, I'm going to go with two pieces here.
The first was writing for the first round of wcpairings
, so it was I think the first thing I wrote for an exchange (and I think the first time I was writing to a firm deadline). It got some nice feedback for the imagery and I still really like the "feel" of the piece. The prompt was, "Neal barefoot in the rain, Peter watching," and I described it as, "one possible future." The fic is called, "Clothes Make the Man (The In the Rain Radio Mix)," and you can find it here
The second story I'll share here is from round 3 of the same exchange, and I'm including it because I thought it came out quite well, after struggling a bit when one of a couple of pairings I through in at the last minute ended up being what I got matched on, and I found myself writing a caper (which is something I generally avoid because I don't feel I am any good at it). The main pairing is Neal & Mozzie (gen/friendship), with some Neal/Sara at the end. Contains some references to events in from a few S3 eps and the S4 finale. The story is called, "Third Time's a Charm (or, Two Tiimes Mozzie Was Right and One Time He Wasn't)" and it's here
And thus ends my "Seven Days of Self Promotion" (only about 2 months after I started it). Oops? :-)