Mallory Lass’s Holiday F/F Fanfic Reading List

December 7, 2018

Mallory Lass's Holiday F/F Fanfic Reading List

Les Do Books with Tara and guest Mallory Lass

Mallory Lass is back! This time she joins Tara to share her holiday f/f fanfic reading list, with both holiday-themed stories and stories for people who want to avoid the season.

More from Mallory:

 

Holiday Theme

These are full of common themes and plot devices. Christmas fics tend to be short and sweet, and a lot are written for some version of a holiday fic exchange or prompt fest. Most of them are Gen/Teen. Mistletoe features prominently.

 

  1. “Blue Christmas” Ch 1-9, Ch 10-13, Ch 14-17  by raginhoops. 23K words, rated Teen.
    Fandom: Law and Order: SUV; Ship: Olivia Benson/Alexandra Cabot
    Backstory: Olivia Benson, sexy butch detective in the special victims unit. Alexandra Cabot, blond bombshell assistant district attorney.

Rec: Tables are turned when Olivia is the one pursued.

Major Tropes: Workplace Romance, Rich Girl/Poor Girl

Content warnings: N/A

 

  1. Holiday Wish” by miss_morland. <1K, rated Gen
    Fandom: Harry Potter; Ship: Minerva McGonagall/Poppy Pomfrey

Backstory: Mrs. McGonagall is one of the most respected teachers in all of Hogwarts. Mrs. Pomfrey is a fantastic healer. Both are women of a certain age playing important, but minor roles in a massively popular series with a huge cast of characters.

Rec: A 5 things fic that regresses in time and reminded me of Sarah Waters’ Night Watch. It’s really, really sweet. Full of love, and a surprise ending. Short, but packs a punch.

Content warnings: N/A

Bonus: Podfic! Recorded by thriceandonce

 

  1. Wrapped in Red” by cassiopeiasara. 1.5K words, rated Teen+

Fandom: Ghostbusters (2016); Ship: Jillian Holtzmann/Patty Tolan
Backstory: Ghostbusters all female female reboot was released to a lot of outside noise and negativity. In my opinion set the table for other all female reboot movies, like Ocean’s 8, to succeed. Also helped elevate Kate McKinnon’s reputation as a comedy genius in film.

Rec: This is positively smooshy! There is mistletoe and courting, and getting of the girl. The characterization is great.

Content warnings: N/A

Bonus: search the hashtag “#all I want for Christmas is this ficathon” on tumblr to find fics submitted for ratherembarassing’s 2016 challenge, some Supergirl ones are on ao3 as well.

 

  1. She Sees You When You’re Sleeping; She Knows When You’re Awake” by T_Ninja. 2.3K words, rated Gen

Fandom: Person of Interest (TV); Ship: Root/Sameen Shaw
Backstory: This show follows a mix of hackers, cops, and former military as they take orders from an AI, the Machine, that was created to know when murders were premeditated and alert this group to stop them. Root/Shaw aka Shoot, we’re a pair full of slow burn subtext, which the show ultimately made canon in later seasons.

Rec: This cute Christmas story features The Machine playing matchmaker, mistletoe and Santa.

Content warnings: Full of canon typical wry humor, casual mentions of murder plots and guns.

 

  1. Singles' Night at the ER” by Keziah. 3.8K words, rated Teen+

Fandom: The 100 (TV Show); Ship: Abby Griffin/Raven Reyes | Doctor Mechanic

Backstory: A lot of the Doctor Mechanic subtext in this show occurred in the first and second seasons. It’s a tiny ship in a behemoth fandom with another main f/f ship.

Major Tropes: Age-gap, Modern AU

Rec: Perfect for fans of fluffy, fade to black, this is a cute modern AU fic set in the ER on Christmas Eve. Plus they go to a diner!

Content warnings: N/A

 

  1. Marmite & Mistletoe” by ArcadiaArden. 155K words, rated Mature

Fandom: Rizzli & Isles; Ship: F/F
Backstory: Set in Season 5

Rec: A friend says it’s her favorite Christmas fic and I am looking forward to reading over the holidays myself.

Content warnings: Not fluffy, read the author notes

 

Holiday Avoidance

A lot of people don’t have the luxury of enjoying the holidays. There is a lot of stress and pressure for everything to be perfect, people are money strapped, people have anniversaries of loved ones deaths, queer people particularly tend to have rocky relationships with their families for a whole host of reasons. If you just need to escape into something, this list is for you!

 

  1. The Greatest” fanvid by Bironic

Fandom & Characters: multifandom video featuring characters of color in over 75 canons - see tags.

Backstory: This video was commissioned for a charity auction, notes from the creator: "Don't give up." A celebration of some badass characters of color in recent science fiction, fantasy and horror TV and movies. Made for resolute as part of the Fandom Trumps Hate 2017-2018 charity auction.

Rec: I have watched this fanvid so many times, and every time it puts a massive smile on my face. I only know half of the original shows/movies, if that, but it’s fun picking out my faves. There is a f/f kiss from Timeless toward the end, see if you I can spot it.

Content Warnings: zombie beheading at 0:25, PG 13 to R rated movie typical violence

 

  1. Gone to the Dogs” by avesnongrata and Woodface. 173K words, rated Mature.

Fandom: Marvel Cinematic Universe; Ship: Maria Hill/Natasha Romanov
Backstory: This is an amazing and fairly small ship in a massive multiship fandom. Their portmanteau is BlackHill, which is pretty rad. A lot of the BlackHill writers read the Black Widow comics, so there is extra texture which makes for high-quality writing. Lots of hurt/comfort with this ship.

Rec: This is both a Black Widow origin story and a Maria Hill/Natasha Romanov spy girlfriends story. Each author wrote from one of the characters’ perspective and I think that is, in part, what makes it a really strong story. It will suck you in and you won’t be able to stop reading so make sure you have a good chunk of time.

Content warnings: PTSD, past abuse/abandonment, violence

Bonus Rec for Poly Positive Readers:Women’s Weapons” by ThingsWithWings, 4.5K words, rated Explicit

Ship: Maria Hill/Pepper Potts/Natasha Romanov

More: 2 podfics linked inside the fic.

 

  1. some kind of madness (has started to evolve)” by thecrackshiplollipop. 8.5K words, rated Explicit

Fandom: The 100 (TV); Ship: Abby Griffin/Raven Reyes
Backstory: Abby is a doctor in the show and in this AU also a yoga instructor. Raven is a engineer/mechanic extraordinaire who gets disabled in the show and in this AU she is a student, mechanic, and dealing with her disability.

Rec: One of those I didn’t know I needed till I read it stories. Sometimes you just need well written smut with a good plot. Really good treatment of Raven’s disability. Really good angst over the age gap which isn’t usually my cuppa. It’s just good dang it.

Major Tropes: Modern AU; Age Gap

Content warnings: N/A

Note: If Clarke/Lexa is more your thing check out their other work she has quite a few Clexa stories.

 

  1. Chaos Theory” Series by andthatisterrible. 430K words, rated Teen -> Explicit (can avoid that part of series)

Fandom: Person of Interest (TV); Ship: Root/Sameen Shaw

Backstory: This show follows a mix of hackers, cops, and former military as they take orders from an AI, the Machine, that was created to know when murders were premeditated and alert this group to stop them. Root/Shaw aka Shoot, we’re a pair full of slow burn subtext, which the show ultimately made canon in later seasons.

Rec: The main story Sliding Towards Chaos, is rated Teen and then the author’s companion story Feedback Loops contains the Explicit interludes. They are all connected on ao3 (pay attention to the notes) and it’s a really interesting way to write to both audiences. It was also a Rec I received during my line standing time at ClexaCon.

Content warnings: Canon typical violence, rough sex in the explicit story typical of their early show interactions: pain play, light bdsm, destruction of clothes.

 

  1. and when we're there we'll belong” series by andibeth82. 540K words, rated Mature

Fandom: Marvel Cinematic Universe | The Acengers; Ship: Clint Barton/Laura Barton/Natasha Romanov, Clint Barton/Natasha Romanov, Laura Barton/Natasha Romanov, Clint Barton/Laura Barton
Backstory: This is an absolute behemoth of a story, which the author has been pouring love into since 2015. It’s essentially a Clint and Natasha backstory, that meets up and connects to the Avengers movie timelines.

Rec: This is a Poly story! If you don’t like reading F/M or you don’t like Poly relationships, this is not the story for you. If you would like to see examples of how to build a Poly family, what and how to tell kids, etc. this story is for you. If you love found family, this story is for you. My only minor complaint is there isn’t enough Laura/Nat, it def skewed Clint/Nat, Clint/Laura because of the constraints of the MCU, but the writing is engaging. There is also a lot of domestic fluff, and dealing with the Barton Kids.

Content warnings: Canon typical violence and injuries, difficulties conceiving in first part, miscarriage (IIRC it is in part 3)

 

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Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100270
Artist: http://incompetech.com/

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KD Williamson Shares Her Lesfic Reading Journey

November 23, 2018

KD Williamson Shares Her Lesfic Reading Journey

Les Do Books with Tara and guest KD Williamson

In this episode, Tara is joined by the super fabulous KD Williamson, author of the Cops and Docs romance series. She talks about how she discovered f/f fiction through fanfic, as well as some of her current favourite authors  

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M. Ullrich Recommends 9 Lesfic Books

November 9, 2018

M. Ullrich Recommends 9 Lesfic Books

Les Do Books with Tara and guest M. Ullrich

In this episode, M. Ullrich joins Tara to talk about the f/f fiction she loves. Authors are readers too, so Tara couldn’t wait to hear Megan’s recommendations.  

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Sheryn Munir Shares Her Lesfic Journey

October 26, 2018

Sheryn Munir Shares Her Lesfic Journey

Les Do Books

In this episode, Tara is joined by new lesfic author Sheryn Munir who shares her journey of discovering lesbian fiction as a person in India. Listen to find out the first lesbian books she read, the importance of fanfic in her reading journey, and which lesfic author is one of her current favourites.  

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Fanfic 101 with Mallory Lass

October 12, 2018

Fanfic 101 with Mallory Lass

Les Do Books

Have you been interested in checking out fanfic but have no idea what people are talking about when they say “OTP” or “fandom”? In this episode of Les Do Books, Mallory Lass, reviewer at The Lesbrary, joins Tara to give a primer on fanfic lexicon, shares her arguments for why lesfic readers will love fanfic, and gives examples of five rich fandoms.

Check out Mallory’s fanfic recommendations

Please take note of the tags, ratings, and warnings. Most fics on ao3 are rated, and even a lot of the older fandom specific archives have ratings.

 

ER (TV)

Kim Legaspi/Kerry Weaver

Fan Videos:

Part 1 (meet cute) | Part 2 (in the closet)

 

Fan Fiction:

Kaleidoscope (13 part series, to easily navigate change the number in the url from 1 to 2, and 2 to 3 and so on through 13 OR click return to ER Fiction at the end and find author Chris. Ratings for each chapter are listed here but it’s primarily PG-PG 13)

 

Sandy Lopez/Kerry Weaver

Show Clip:

Kerry asks Sandy out

 

Fan Videos:

It’s Alright

 

Fan Fiction:

Moments of a Life Just Ordinary (domestic fluff)

 

Law and Order: SVU (TV)

Olivia Benson/Alexandra Cabot

Fan Videos:

Angst

Fan Fiction:

Woodstock’s series (multiple med length fics)

Emma Cabot Series (Long fic 283K)

 

Carol (Book/Movie)

Carol Aird/Therese Belivet

Fan Videos:

Smoldering Attraction | Angst | Full Circle

Fan Fiction:

Built for Two (coda/post canon)

*Note: some good Agent Carter/Captain America Crossovers e.g. Playdates

 

Wonder Woman (Comic/Movie)

Peggy Carter/Diana

Fan Videos:

Yearning

Fan Fiction:

A Crazy, Classic Life (5x fic)

Beyond Belief

 

Diana/Lois Lane

Fan Fiction:

Come and talk to me (shut me up) (5x fic

 

Antiope/Menalippe (bonus age-gap ship)

Fan Fiction:

Eusebia series (Part 1 leads right into the movie)

Sway (pure fluff)

 

Sarah Waters (Book/TV Mini Series)

Fingersmith

Fan Fiction:

Words (linked podfic)

 

The Night Watch

Fan Fiction:

Ghosts from the Past (missing scene)

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The Interviewer Gets Interviewed - Brooklyn Returns to Les Do Books!

September 28, 2018

The Interviewer Gets Interviewed - Brooklyn Returns to Les Do Books!

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In this episode of Les Do Books, Brooklyn Goodrich, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, interviews the interviewer, and asks Tara all about herself! Listen to find out the first lesbian book Tara ever read, how she came to join The Lesbian Review and what that meant to her, plus other important facts like her astrological sign and whether she’s on team tea or coffee!

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Roslyn Sinclair (aka Telanu) Shares 5 Devil Wears Prada Fanfic Recommendations

September 14, 2018

Roslyn Sinclair (aka Telanu) Shares 5 Devil Wears Prada Fanfic Recommendations

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Roslyn Sinclair is back! Not only is the author of fabulous Lily and the Crown (hellooooo, lesbian space pirates!), but she’s Telanu, author of the greatest Devil Wears Prada fanfic of all time, Truth and Measure!

Roslyn joins Tara to talk about what is the Devil Wears Prada, why she started writing fanfic about it, why it endures as a popular fandom, and shares 5 stories that she recommends.

Check out the stories that Roslyn recommends here:

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7 F/F Books with Women Pretending to be Men

August 31, 2018

7 F/F Books with Women Pretending to be Men

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In this episode, Tara is joined by Sheena, founder of The Lesbian Review and The Lesbian Talk Show. They talk about one of Sheena’s favourite themes EVER—women pretending to be men.

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Astrid Ohletz’s Lesbian Fiction Journey

August 17, 2018

Astrid Ohletz’s Lesbian Fiction Journey

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by Astrid Ohletz, Managing Director at Ylva Publishing, who shares her journey with discovering lesbian fiction (including fan fiction!) and how it changed her life.  

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Clare Ashton Recommends 5 Lesbian Books with Humour

August 3, 2018

Clare Ashton Recommends 5 Lesbian Books with Humour

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In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by the amazing and talented f/f author Clare Ashton who shares five lesbian fiction books she loves (and all of them have humour!). Authors are readers too, so Tara was excited to hear about the books that Clare loves.

Check out the books they discussed here:

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Lee Lynch’s Journey with Lesbian Fiction

July 20, 2018

Lee Lynch’s Journey with Lesbian Fiction

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by Lee Lynch, author of the classic lesbian book The Swashbuckler, and one of Tara’s recent favourites, Rainbow Gap. Lee talks about her journey of discovering lesbian literature as a teenager in the 1960s, how she started writing fiction, and the contemporary authors that have her excited.

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8 F/F Authors that A.L. Brooks Fangirls Over

July 6, 2018

8 F/F Authors that A.L. Brooks Fangirls Over

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In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by author A.L. (Angela) Brooks. Authors are readers too, which is why Tara was excited to hear all about the lesfic authors that Angela fangirls over.

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Camille Perri Talks Lesbian Fiction

June 22, 2018

Camille Perri Talks Lesbian Fiction

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In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by author Camille Perri, who shares three lesbian fiction books she loves:

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Heather Rose Jones Shares 5 Books (and Reasons!) that Prove the English Regency is the Perfect Setting for Romances Between Women

June 8, 2018

Heather Rose Jones Shares 5 Books (and Reasons!) that Prove the English Regency is the Perfect Setting for Romances Between Women

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara is joined by Heather Rose Jones, author, reviewer at The Lesbian Review, and host of the Lesbian Historic Motif Project. Heather has 5 reasons why the English Regency is the perfect setting for romances between women, and book recommendations to back them up.

Check out the reasons and books she discussed here:

Learn more about Heather Rose Jones

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K Aten Talks About the Lesbian Speculative Fiction She Loves

May 25, 2018

K Aten Talks About the Lesbian Speculative Fiction She Loves

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In this episode of Les Do Books, author and reviewer at The Lesbian Review, K Aten, joins Tara to talk about the lesbian speculative fiction that she loves, the mainstream sci fi and fantasy books that influenced her, and more. Authors are readers too, so Tara was excited to hear about which books K loves and that she thinks everyone should read.

Check out the lesfic stories she discussed here:

  • The Growing by Susanne M. Beck & Okasha Skat'si
  • Protector Of The Realm: Supreme Constellations 1 by Gun Brooke
  • Broken Wings by L-J Baker
  • Without a Front: The Producer’s Challenge by Fletcher DeLancey
  • Reintegration by Eden S. French

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The Player and the Girl Next Door in F/F Romance with Lise MacTague

May 11, 2018

The Player and the Girl Next Door in F/F Romance with Lise MacTague

Les Do Books

Tara is joined by author Lise MacTague to talk about the common tropes of the player and the girl next door. They dive into who these character types are, how they differ in lesfic from how they’re presented in m/f romance, and share examples from some of their favourite f/f romances.

You can check out the books mentioned here:

The players

The girls next door

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8 Fake Relationship F/F Romances

April 27, 2018

8 Fake Relationship F/F Romances

Les Do Books

In this episode, Tara is joined by Sheena, founder of The Lesbian Review and The Lesbian Talk Show. They talk about their favourite fake relationship books.

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How Lesbian Fiction Changed Lynn Ames’s Life

April 13, 2018

How Lesbian Fiction Changed Lynn Ames's Life

Les Do Books

In this episode of Les Do Books, Tara talks to Lynn Ames, prolific author of lesbian romance and romantic suspense. Lynn shares how she first discovered lesbian fiction, what it meant to her, and how it influenced her as a writer.

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Learn more about Lynn Ames

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April Shares Why She Loves Lesbian Romance

March 30, 2018

April Shares Why She Loves Lesbian Romance

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In this episode, Tara is joined by April, fellow reviewer at The Lesbian Review. They talk about why April loves reading lesbian romance and three of her very favourites.

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