meteordust: (kujaku)
The story I wrote for Trismegistus was:

Title: Say It With Flowers
Fandom: The Goblin Emperor
Rating: PG
Summary: Maia gives Csevet a somewhat unusual plant.

Thank you to my wonderful writers, Dragonsigma for Airmail, and Trismegistus for The New Emperor's Nohecharis.

Coronation Ceremony has been an awesome exchange, and I hope it runs again next year.
meteordust: (kujaku)
Works are revealed for Coronation Ceremony, a fanworks exchange for The Goblin Emperor! I was lucky enough to receive not one but two wonderful stories:

Title: Airmail
Fandom: The Goblin Emperor
Summary: For Ranis, travel by airship was hardly extraordinary, but he had to admit there was something enthralling to it.

Title: The New Emperor's Nohecharis
Fandom: The Goblin Emperor
Summary: When the new emperor arrives at court, Captain Orthema must appoint his nohecharei.

Thank you, dear writers, for your awesome worldbuilding and great characters. This exchange is everything I hoped for.
meteordust: (kujaku)
Dear Coronation Ceremony Writer,

Thank you so much for offering to write a story for me! I love The Goblin Emperor and its characters, but I was especially excited to see that worldbuilding could be nominated for this exchange. I've provided some prompts in case you're looking for inspiration, but I'd also love to see whatever other ideas capture your imagination.

CHARACTERS: I've requested worldbuilding, but I'm fine with including any canon characters or any original characters you want.

LIKES: In worldbuilding, I like sense of wonder, sweep of history, and ordinary details of everyday life.

DISLIKES: I generally prefer optimistic stories for exchanges, so I'm not keen on anything that is brutally violent or depressingly bleak. However, I don't mind darkness as long as there is a glimmer of light. Bittersweet endings are also fine.

RATING: I'm fine with explicit sex, but it's usually not the most important part of the story for me.

STYLE: I'm fine with first, second, or third person. I'm fine with past or present tense. I'm fine with stories of any length, including stories that start in media res.

CROSSOVERS: I would prefer no crossovers with other canons.

AUS: I like seeing the characters in their own settings, so I would prefer no alternate universes like high school, coffee shop, or omegaverse. However, I like alternate universes where something happened differently in canon.

I hope this helps. Have fun writing!

Yours sincerely,

[ profile] meteordust
(AO3 name Serenade)

Request 1: Worldbuilding: Airships - fanfic, podfic )

Request 2: Worldbuilding: Nohecharei - fanfic, podfic )

Request 3: Worldbuilding: Marnis Network in the Courier Fleet - fanfic, podfic )
meteordust: (kujaku)
The story I wrote for Scribe of Mirrormere was:

Title: A Rock in the Ocean
Fandom: The Goblin Emperor
Rating: Teen
Summary: Maia and Csevet are shipwrecked together.

Thank you again to my writer, amyfortuna, for a wonderful Watership Down story, Heart's Friend, with my favourite heroic rabbits.

This was the final ShipSwap exchange. I'm very glad I had the chance to participate.
meteordust: (kujaku)
Title: Your Own Legacy
Author: Serenade
Fandom: The Goblin Emperor
Category: Gen
Rating: PG
Summary: Tethimar has a bastard son who comes to court. Inspired by this prompt.

Your Own Legacy )

meteordust: (kujaku)
Notes on All the Colours of Rain (The Goblin Emperor)

Notes )

Notes on Changing Ends (Tennis RPF)

Notes )

Notes on Bold Strokes (Hamilton)

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meteordust: (kujaku)
The story I wrote for [ profile] kitrinlu was:

Title: All the Colours of Rain
Fandom: The Goblin Emperor
Rating: PG
Summary: Csevet protects his Emperor.

The treat I wrote for [personal profile] daken was:

Title: Changing Ends
Fandom: Tennis RPF
Rating: G
Summary: When is the worst time to accidentally swap bodies with your rival? During a grand slam. Roger still wants to win the French Open, but right now he is so perplexed.

The treat I wrote for [ profile] radialarch was:

Title: Bold Strokes
Fandom: Hamilton
Rating: PG
Summary: Hamilton needs the votes. He needs to convince more folks. (With apologies to Lin-Manuel Miranda.)

Meta now available.

Thank you thank you thank you to [personal profile] reishiin, for not only writing me a gorgeous Fallen London story, a dereliction, but actually creating an entire interactive fiction game, light beneath water, which is just. Wow. More than anything I could have dreamed, and if you want to play through a beautifully written mythic story about the Masters of the Bazaar, I highly recommend it! (Now with added endnotes.) This has been an incredible Yuletide for me.

I still haven't gotten to everything I planned to read, so I'm looking forward to lots more stories to enjoy! A summary of this year's Yuletide is at [ profile] yuletide_admin.


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