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Dec. 29th, 2014 04:52 pm
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This is an entirely unofficial community for chat about Yuletide. Official communities can be found at [community profile] yuletide_admin and [livejournal.com profile] yuletide_admin (which has a feed at [syndicated profile] yuletide_admin_feed.

This is intended to be a Dreamwidth equivalent of [livejournal.com profile] yuletide.
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A compilation of recs for a baker's dozen of various book canons from Yuletide 2013: from swords and sorcery to urban fantasy, from supernatural Victorian mystery to full-on magic, quest and romance and beyond, all readable with or without respective canon knowledge. In other words, a good way to while away the evening immersed in a swashbuckling armchair adventure.
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A selection of recs from Yuletide season 2014 (compiled while the works were still anonymous): one rec for every fandom listed, one fandom listed for every letter of the English alphabet. A vast selection of canons, from space opera to classical vampires, from whodunits to comics to theatre, swashbuckling adventures, meta and metaphors.

Yulerecs!

Jan. 3rd, 2015 03:42 am
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First year I've ever not read all the fics that interested me before the authors were revealed.  However, I've been rather busier than usual this year, so that affected things.  On the other hand, I opened all the fics I wanted to read in tabs before the reveal and then didn't shut down my computer for a couple of days so that I could read them with the "Anonymous" labels still there.  Here are all my recs, without the author labels.  (I compile this post as I go along, and it's late and I'm not going to go back and open all the fics again to find the author names.)

First, I received several AWESOME fics.  (The high quality of all the fics I received is all the more remarkable when one considers that I went out on the pinch hit list at the deadline.)

Fic written for me--two Moon is a Harsh Mistress fics and one Caprica fic. )

More awesome fic from The African Queen to Wall-E )

Yulerecs!

Dec. 31st, 2014 03:05 pm
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7 recs for The Americans, UK political RPF, August: Osage County, the Tom Waits song "Gun Street Girl", The Wire, Dublin Murder Squad, Betsy-Tacy novels, and #Gogetthosegeckos over here.
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First group here, in In the Flesh, Arkham horror, Arthurian Mythology, Benjamin January Mysteries, Books of the Raksura, The Death of the Necromancer, Star Trek: Rihannsu, Sovay, Venetia, Witch of the Westmorland, The Mummy, and Slings and Arrows.

Second group here, in Aliens, Attack the Block, The Flashman Papers, The Prince of Egypt, and Scarborough Fair.

Enjoy! :)

Recs

Dec. 31st, 2014 08:41 pm
kabal42: Denmark and Noway from Scandinavia and the World, text says Yuletide as if spoken by them while they look at their comp (Seasonal - Yuletide SatW)
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Recs in
Billy Elliott
Brideshead Revisited
Coriolanus
The Eagle
Greek Prose Composition
Hamlet
Henry IV
The Hour

http://kabal42.dreamwidth.org/257963.html
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Recs for E.M. Forster--Maurice, The Marlows--Antonia Forest, Mary Renault (20th-century-set novels, 14th century RPF, King Rat--James Clavell and Mike and Psmith--P.G. Wodehouse at my DW here.
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Recs of the stories written for me - Mansfield Park, 14th Century CE England RPF - which I'd be reccing even if they weren't written for me.

Recs for The Young Ones, HBO's Rome, Ancient History RPF.

Recs for two clone-fics in Badass Women in History (Blog) and Arthurian Mythology.

Recs for two gender-switch stories and three misc. others: The Princess Bride, Peter Pan, Addams Family (TV 1964), Exiles Saga and Galactic Milieu - Julian May, Another Country - Julian Mitchell.

And this, just to celebrate its existence. (Hufflepuff!Iliad for the win!)

Fandoms: The Iliad - Homer, Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
Title: Seven Badgers of Troy
Characters: Priam, Paris, Hecuba, Hector, Andromache, Cassandra, Aeneas
Pairings: as in Iliad canon
Rating: T/PG-13 Words: 6,681
The Tale of Troy, as told by seven fascinating Hufflepuffs. Just the kind of unexpected oddment-tweak-fabulous that the Yuletide spirit tends to encourage. Beautifully done.
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10 recs in 
 
 
Aubade, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Faking It, Fast and Furious 6, The Flashman Papers - George McDonald, Malory Towers - Enid Blyton, Hornblower - C. S. Forester, Libraries (Anthropomorfic), Orange is the New Black/Snowpiercer, The Charioteer, Return to Night

Found here
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Another set of recs at my journal - Tam Lin, Perilous Gard, 4x@WorstMuse, Spiders Georg, Yuletide RPF and fail_fandomanon RPF. Most of this recs set focuses on Yuletide and fandom metafiction.

Recs

Dec. 28th, 2014 03:50 pm
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At my journal

Fandoms include: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons; Discworld; Galaxy Quest; Just William; The Lego Movie; Malory Towers; She Keeps Me Warm; Téléfrançais; West Side Story; Zenda novels
isis: (yuletide)
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I've made two recs posts (so far) to my journal:

First set - 2x Aubrey-Maturin series, 6x Queen's Thief series, and the poem The Listeners - Walter de la Mare.

Second set - 2x Gentleman Bastards sequence, 2x Code Name Verity, 3x STÅLENHAG Simon - Works, Brideshead Revisited, Mountaineering RPF, The Phantom Tollbooth, Spiders Georg, Vikings.
isis: (yuletide)
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We've been doing consolidated recs posts over on LJ (here is the most recent), but I was wondering if there is any interest in having recs posts over here on Dreamwidth, since many of us regard this as our journaling home.

Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 35


Should we post recs on this community, and if so, how?

View Answers

Individual rec posts or pointer posts by community members
12 (34.3%)

One master post, to which community members comment with their recs/pointers
3 (8.6%)

Daily master posts, to which community members comment with their recs/pointers
16 (45.7%)

The LJ community posts are sufficient for me
0 (0.0%)

Yuck, recs, I don't want them anywhere
0 (0.0%)

My opinion can not be constrained by your radio buttons, so I am commenting.
4 (11.4%)



Incidentally, the two most recent recs posts on LJ (and possibly the first as well, though I didn't make that one so I didn't get the notification) made the top 25 LJ post list.

If people want a master post (or more than one), I'll happily make one tomorrow (or later today - depends on how much response this poll gets, and how quickly) unless someone beats me to it. If it looks like people would just like to see individual recs posts - then please, start posting recs!

And the recs have it (maybe...) - post 'em! Please use the 'recs' tag so they can be filtered out, and if you are directly posting recs rather than a link to your journal, please put them behind a cut tag with the fandoms listed either outside, or as the cut tag text. If the flood becomes overwhelming, we'll switch to the masterpost structure.
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