Moonie (moonilicious) wrote,

My fannish New Year's resolution is to post more, but that's what it was last year too and hahaha, fail. So! Trying a new approach: one thing I'm going to post, at the very least, are weekly lists of things I enjoyed that past week. If you squint you could even call them rec lists! Ooh. ;)

To start off I shall stray from the path (yes, already, I'm such a rebel) and list the merlin_holidays stories I enjoyed the most. Only from the first week, alas, because I haven't managed to catch up with the rest yet. :/

My very favorite story from week one:

The Very Important Quest (Merlin/Arthur, 25k)
On a Very Important Quest, Arthur and Merlin share clothes, beds, bathwater and secrets.

And then there's:

The Hunt (Arthur/Merlin, 12k)
"Those Pendragons, they're a different sort. Beastly, but clever. It's said they're drawn to magic--to power--and that's how they find their... mate."

No Need for Mistletoe (Arthur/Merlin, Gwaine/Elena, 12k)
It's three days before Christmas. Merlin, surgeon at Camelot Hospital, is about to have his first date with Arthur, solicitor for Albion Healthcare. What could go wrong?

Stranded (Arthur/Merlin, background Arthur/Gwen, 5k)
When Merlin and Arthur find themselves in a tight spot, they get help from an unexpected source.
Tags: fandom, fandom: #merlin, fandom: recs

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