April 20th, 2012

Pairing Whore Penguins

Monthly Wrap-Up: April (with commentary): ETA

ETA: I went and posted more fic. I'm sure you're not surprised. :P

This month, I produced 16 femslash offerings, 27 28 gen offerings, 31 32 het offerings, 26 28 slash offerings, and one offering that defied categorization, for a total of 101 105 HP fandom offerings—one five more than my goal for April!—and a total of 36,538 38,238 words. *dances* I'm quite proud of myself for exeeding my writing goal, and I had loads of fun doing it; thank you, everyone who prompted me, and much love to those of you who were kind enough to comment on my fic. *hugs* To you lurkers out there (and thank goodness for stats): I hope you enjoyed what you read. :D

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Now then, issues addressed, I'd like to point out that because of how I've categorized my wrap-up, the (consecutive) numbering of the fics under the cuts is just to prove how many of them I actually wrote in April; it does not designate the order in which I posted fic this month. If you're interested in seeing my April fic in posting order, please see my archive/calendar.

One last thing: if you disagree with how I've categorized any of the fics below, please see my discussion of Issue One under this post's first cut. *smooches flist; waves to lurkers; presents 101 105 April drabbles/ficlets/fics*

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P.S. Yes, my posting the wrap-up this early means that I won't be writing any more fanfic this month (ETA: Ha!); RL's demands beckon, so if I'm not around much during the next few weeks, don't fret. (ETA: And now that I've added four more fics to this wrap-up, I probably won't be posting any more this month.)

Oh, and because I have a vain need to crow about it desire to look on the bright side of things, I take leave to tell you that my total word count for this month (and this includes RL-related fiction and non-fiction) is 78,593 80,293. *twirls* There is at least one benefit to being cyclothymic. :P I do miss sleeping, though. Perhaps next month . . . .