Welcome to my journal. Glad you've come. Have a chair, sit down, enjoy the scenery. I've tried not to be too difficult in my requests, but it's hard to tell sometimes.
I'm very easy to write for, I promise. I like canon and backstory/future fic (especially the weird obscure bits, as you can tell by my requests), snark and witty banter, capers and proper adventures and characterization pieces. I'd rather not have anything above PG-13 (horror or smut)- though I don't mind shipping (het/femslash/slash are all fine, incestuous pairings not so much), I'm not really in this for the smut and I'd prefer that all of the characters stayed alive. Feel free to take advantage of this.
Fandoms under the cut are Hillel's Happy Holidays - Mamie G. Gamoran, Debbie & Donny series - Sophia N. Cedarbaum, Annie (2014), Sam and Charlie (and Sam Too!) series - Leslie Kimmelman, Shalom Sesame, Sesame Street (TV), Doll Shop series - Yona Zeldis McDonough, American Girls: Rebecca - Various Authors, Sarah Jane Adventures, Simon Snow series - Gemma T. Leslie, The Librarians (TV 2014), The Path of Names - Ari Goelman, Tinker Bell (Movies), Big Time Rush, If/Then - Kitt/Yorkey, Hagen Strikes Again Series - Kay Hooper, Liv and Maddie. I'm sure I'll love anything you write.
Debbie & Donny series - Sophia N. Cedarbaum and Hillel's Happy Holidays - Mamie G. Gamoran
These are both at heart the same sort of stories, mildly didactic and focusing on Jewish holiday traditions. If you remember these fondly, as I do, feel free to go off in any direction you choose.
Tell me a story about Annie or one of the other foster kids. Are one or more of them Jewish? Or a post-Esther-esque story - she's defeated the evil vizier and took her rightful place in her new life, now what?
Sam and Charlie (and Sam Too) - Leslie Kimmelman
This is a chapter book series (well, there are two now) for young readers, in which the characters are all Jewish. I'd just like more stories about them.
Shalom Sesame and Sesame Street (TV)
Why is there no fic out there for Shalom Sesame? All I ask here is something Jewish themed.
Doll Shop series - Yona Zeldis McDonough
Two short novels (a little longer than the Sam and Charlie (and Sam Too) books) about a Jewish girl growing up in NYC during WWI. I'd love a period piece here, but go wild.
American Girls: Rebecca - Various Authors
The Jewish American girl. Keep to period (1910s), but otherwise I'll be happy with anything. Perhaps something having to do with her interest in the new film industry.
Sarah Jane Adventures
I'd love something focused on Sarah Jane. Any of the three themes work here and I'm not too picky.
Simon Snow series - Gemma T. Leslie
The Simon Snow series is written as Harry Potter with vampires. Does it follow the trope of "everyone celebrates Christmas" or is it more religiously diverse? Focus on Penelope and/or Agatha please and feel free to include an evil vizier.
The Librarians (2014)
The Christmas episode annoyed me. Why are we expected to assume that all the Librarians celebrate Christmas. I really want something Jewish themed for this fandom.
The Path of Names - Ari Goelman
Awesome Jewish themed fantasy novel for kids. I'd just like to see what happens next to Dahlia.
Tinker Bell (Movies)
Secret of the Wings is my favorite, if that matters (see also my love of Frozen). I'd love to see more of the winter kingdom and all the women being awesome, but I'd be happy with anything.
Big Time Rush
Katie, Katie, Katie. The world needs more Katie fic. I'd love to see her go up against Arthur Griffin. Alternately, if you want to send the band to a Purim party, that works too.
If/Then - Kitt/Yorkey
The thing I liked best about this musical was the two intertwining timelines. Feel free to continue that or to focus on either Liz or Beth's lives after the musical ends.
Hagen Strikes Again Series - Kay Hooper
I think I'm the only one who's written fic for this on AO3, sadly. Any or all of the women being awesome. Raven, Teddy, and Elizabeth are my favorites, but I'd love any fic at all in this fandom.
Liv and Maddie
I love Liv, I love Maddie. I adore their mom. And I especially like that the three of them get to be strong in different ways.
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