What I wrote: Practically everything. I don't actually have to count it up and post links, do I? I'm feeling lazy.
My favorite story this year (of my own): Resurrection in Ten Parts. Maybe it wasn't the strongest thing I've ever written, but it was successful, despite the premise, and I'm proud of that.
My best story this year: Masters of War. I love this one, even though it's not my favorite this year. I think it worked out very nicely, and I will always have memories of splicing anime canon into this story, just to keep it as close to what I imagined was the "real thing", since the manga didn't give us much. Of course, some of that got jossed along the way, but I think it still stands up.
Story most under-appreciated by the universe, in my opinion: Not sure. I mean, like lykaios, my Beatles stuff never gets read, but I think that's expected. Surface, maybe?
Most fun story: Maybe Tomorrow. Definitely. It was so self-indulgent I wasn't sure I should post it in the first place. I still don't think it really counts as fanfic, as I took characters completely out of their universe and dropped them into my own world, but whatever. I had fun writing it.
Most disappointing story: I can't really say I Might Be Wrong yet, since it's definitely heading in that direction, but I haven't finished it, so I can't say. Switching Off was never quite as good as I hoped it would be, though.
Sexiest story: I have sexy stories? Dissonance comes the closest, I think. What with the almost-touching and creepyweird obsession with scars. The Sky Is Falling In is the story with the most explicit sex, but if anyone told me that they found it sexy, I'd back away slowly, smiling.
Story with single sexiest moment: Surface's licking, probably. Man, I really need to get sexier moments.
Hardest story to write: I Might Be Wrong kinda, sorta counts, as it is causing my premature insanity. revolver was bitch, too. I had to a) write to an exact word count, b) make sure that it fit the song that it was talking about, c) make sure there was slash content somewhere in there, and d) create a vague story arc, which sort of happened but went over some people's heads.
Most unintentionally *telling* story: The Sky Is Falling In, for featuring creepy!pedophile!Bush!Roy, and (), for revealing my obsession with pseudo-intellectual titles and death.
HAPPY NEW YEAR, PEOPLE!