Fanfiction Recommendations

80s AU by LeighKelly
Against the Clock by GiveMeEverything
Bard for Hire by Cactusgirl329
Completions and Connections by LeighKelly
DJ Snowflake and Scrooge by Cactusgirl329
Dr Lopez, I Presume by themostrandomfandom
Don’t Go Dropping Glass Slippers by heyashleys
Ever After: A Brittana Story by Hemogasms
Faster by LoneGambit
From Cold to Fire by pleasant-hell (sequel to In Blood and In Fire)
How You Want It by gurj14
Let it be by Fanwriting
let me dream the rest by el_em_en_oh_pee
Love, and Other Drugs by sailormoon19
Lover Dearest by privatephilosopher
A Marriage of Convenience by M0nk3ysRUs
Mrs and Mrs Lopez by GiveMeEverything
On The Edge by SkyeBrandleyWorks
Out of Darkness by tinlizard20
Phones by littleoases
Playing House: A Brittana Fanfic by g0dblessthefandom
Recipe for Disaster by FloatYourBoat21
The Road to Unicorn by RainManWithBoobs
Role Reversal by hlnwst
She Who Bears the Shield by Cactusgirl329
She’s the Man by natxtk
Short Change Hero: The Case of Delmonico by 0atis
Sing Me Sweet by daysofinspiration
The Sound of Silence by MissHeatherMichelle
a spanner in the works, you know by acid.glue234
Strangeness and Charm by small frost
Strong Enough by satonawall
Truth or Dare by Sunny Kapowski
We’re not in Kansas anymore by TheHFness
Whipped by Portamento
With One Look I Knew by Sweet82405

Under the cut are fics that I enjoy. If you don’t like something, then don’t read it. It is totally okay to dislike a fic, but please respect the writers and their hard work. Thank you. I hope you find something you like.

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Fwok’s Author Interview

Today we present Fwok’s Author Interview!  Big thanks to Fwok for participating in the Q&A and for everyone who sent questions, particularly the author or story specific ones!  Enjoy!

1) What do you think are your particular strengths as a Brittana writer? What do you wish you did better? (Submitted by Lindsey via email)

Without beating around the bush, many of my stories revolve mainly around the included smut and I do believe that it was my willingness to include that detailed level smut in my writing that did initially draw the wider audience to my stories (c'mon everyone loves a little smut!). In those early days, writing smut was relatively new to me even though fan fiction writing wasn’t- I’d been writing for another fandom for a little while but I always grew extremely nervous even writing so much as a kiss. These stories were always quite humorous and alluded to all that sexually suggestive stuff without going into much detail. My early fan fiction attempts were generally well received by the small group of fans who visited the message board where I posted. So when I eventually tried my hand at writing Brittana smut and it too was well received, but by a significantly larger fandom – I felt like I was onto something and wanted to keep writing to keep on getting that incredible (and flattering) response, which of course meant honing my writing skills. I think the smut caught readers’ attention and it had readers wanting more. Once I knew I could write smut I just kept on writing it- trying to make it sexy and real without getting too vulgar and descriptive with the particulars and more about how the actions made the girls feel. The sexiest part about good smut is when it’s relatable and you can feel what you’re reading. For a long time I did consider myself only a smut writer and looking back through my earlier stories I can see many that were solely smut driven as a pure means to give readers exactly what they were asking for. It took me quite a bit of practice to bring my storytelling up to par so that the included smut was no longer just a novelty but a key development point in the narrative I was telling. While I still include smut in my stories, I admittedly find it far more challenging to write and prefer to focus more on the emotions involved, challenging myself to find a balance between the two that works and makes the sexy aspects of my stories translate as more tasteful than obscene.

By biggest downfall as an author is definitely my writing speed and I know it must frustrate my readers to no end when my stories go without an update for months at a time. My writing process is very slow and no amount of pressure to update in any way helps me to write faster- the details just come to me in their own time and I try and word it as best I can for others to enjoy. It is why I enjoy writing one-shots because then I can complete them and publish them in entirety. I don’t enjoy making my readers wait for updates of my multi-chapter stories, but the longer stories and chapter breakdowns are sometimes necessary for better story-telling and for my readers of those stories that also comes at a price. I do wish that I was better at regularly delivering updates!

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