Note: all word counts are approximate
Road Hazards (Sherlock, PG) [1650 words]
The Good Samaritan (Sherlock, PG-13, post-Reichenbach) [2100 words]
Banned Substances (Sherlock, G) [221 words]
Forever Hold Your Peace (Sherlock, PG, Make Me A Monday fill) [700 words]
Burnt Toast (Dresden Files, PG, mini!Dresdens, 'love' prompt) [1200 words)
The Right Choice (Dresden Files, G, 'tall' prompt) [2300 words]
An Interesting Puzzle (Sherlock, PG-13, Make Me a Monday fill) [4000 words]
Sick Day (Sherlock, G) [2100 words]
The Parting of Ways (Sherlock, PG, post-Reichenbach) [2800 words]
Never Have I Ever (Sherlock, PG) [2500 words]
Shattered Glass (Dresden Files, PG-13, 'friends' prompt) [3700 words]
Cabin Fever (Sherlock, PG) [6200 words]
The Holmes Revolution (Sherlock, PG, prequel to 'Never Have I Ever') [700 words]
A Waste of Hard Drive Space (Sherlock, PG) [27oo words]
Someone Else's Day Off (Sherlock, PG-13) [2500 words]
By the Side of the Road (Sherlock, R, prompted by guardian_chaos) [3300 words]
Sometimes (Sherlock, G) [1100 words]
A Little Leverage (Sherlock, PG-13, Make Me a Monday fill) [2300 words]
Running Water (Dresden Files, PG-13, 'trust' prompt) [2750 words]
The Great Tortoise Rescue (Sherlock, PG-13, prequel to 'Someone Else's Day Off) [2000 words]
Trick-or-Treat (Sherlock, G, written for Ama) [2000 words]
The Great Mouse Conspiracy (Sherlock/The Great Mouse Detective, PG, post-Reichenbach) [3800 words]
Blood and Bow Ties (Sherlock, G) [600 words]
An Extended Stay: Part One|Part Two (Sherlock, PG-13, post-Reichenbach) [9700 words]
(the following are all written for consci_fan_mo)
Universal Truths (Sherlock/Doctor Who, G) [895 words]
The God of Thunder Walks into a Bar... (Castle/The Avengers, PG) [1020 words]
Right Person, Wrong Time (Sherlock BBC/Ritchie!Holmes, PG) [1830 words]
Things Unsaid (Sherlock AU, PG) [100 words]
Error, Error (Original, G) [430 words]
Knight and Nursemaid (Merlin, G) [1540 words]
The Copper Violin(Dresden Files, PG, Mini!dresdens, 'copper' prompt) [2000 words]
(written for memes and as such, are comment!fic for now)
Special Delivery (Sherlock, PG, 'delivering babies' prompt) [1090 words]
The Downfalls of Technology (The Avengers/Dresden Files, PG, 'trapped in an elevator' prompt) [411 words]
Home (Torchwood, G, 'tea and biscuits' prompt) [160 words]
Culinary Delights (Cabin Pressure, G, 'microwave popcorn' prompt) [415 words]
Definitions of Self (Star Trek Reboot, G, 'time travel will really mess you up' prompt) [300 words]
Sherlock: 23 stories
Dresden Files: 5 stories
Others: 8 stories
Total: 36 stories
= approx. 73,132 words
Looking back, did you write more fic than you thought you would this year, less, or about what you'd predicted?
Oh, God, loads more! Last year I was in a huge dry spell and was lamenting that I would never write again. Then Sherlock Series Two happened and away I went. I was not expecting that at all. Goes to show what a little inspiration and some improvement in your health can do.
What pairing/genre/fandom did you write that you would never have predicted in January 2012?
Um... oh! Probably The Great Mouse Detective. I put the plot bunny out there as a joke and then three thousand words later.... Also wrote some very angsty things, which I've never done before. I blame Mofftis, though I have to confess I wasn't as affected by Reichenbach as other people I've seen.
What's your favorite story of the year? Not the most popular, but the one that makes you happiest?
"The Parting of Ways". The response was good, but not as great as other stories, but I struggled with that one for ages and I'm very pleased with how it turned out in the end.
What's your least favorite story of the year, regardless of the reviews it got (or didn't get)?
I don't think I even have one. I'm pretty pleased with everything and anything I managed to get out there. Maybe "Sometimes". I really loved the picture prompt I was using and I'm not sure if the story matched up to it.
Did you take any writing risks this year? (See above for unexpected pairings, etc.) What did you learn from them?
I guess "An Extended Stay" was a slight risk, given that it has Molly/Sherlock undertones to it and is essentially a bottle story: two characters, one location, 9700 words. I'm immensely pleased with it, though. I've gotten a great response on FF.net, though elsewhere it has been more or less ignored.
Do you have any fanfic or profic goals for the New Year?
Get my aphasia story out there when it's ready and finish up my occhallenge table. I'm getting closer!
Thanks to everyone who commented and supported my writing this year, I love you all! I hope I can continue to keep you entertained in the New Year.