aderam: (Humbug)
Hello! And thank you for agreeing to write one of my prompts!

I don't have too much to say about my prompts that I didn't put in the optional details so I'll just add some of my general fic preferences.

I'm pretty easy to please and I read just about everything, but I generally prefer happy and funny stories. Witty banter is my kryptonite. I enjoy crossovers - most of the fandoms I'm familiar with are listed in my DW/LJ interests. And I also like AUs because I like to see how much the characters are still the same people when in different situations. Mostly I just want a story that fits with the tone of the canon even if it's an AU or crossover or whatever. I also love werewolves and spaceships, so any AU involving them would be welcome.

I don't like incest. Or imbalanced power dynamics in relationships (teacher/student, boss/employee, etc). Or overt cruelty from our heroes (as in the Star Trek Mirrorverse).

You can also look through my Yuletide tag to get a good idea of my previous requests and details and such. I've been doing Yuletide for a long time now - so there's some good info there.

Prompt specific notes:

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters
- Please don't feel pressure that I mentioned Edward in my optional details and didn't request his character specifically! I put him in the optional details on purpose! Because he is optional. And I wasn't sure if I made that clear when I was writing the prompt.

The Internship
- Yes I partially watched this movie because of Dylan O'Brien. Crossovers with Teen Wolf are cool with me. Can you imagine Neha's reaction to Werewolves? Or Stuart's?

Blood Books - Tanya Huff
- I don't think I have anything to add here. I requested this last year as well. So you can always check out last year's letter.

Swallows and Amazons - Arthur Ransome
- This is another one I've requested a few times. And you can find some ramblings about the books here, here, and here.
- I'd prefer a story set during the same vague time as the books (or at least with the characters the same vague ages) and having similar book-type adventures.
- Fair warning, I'm a sailor. And one of the things I love about the books is his descriptions of being on the water and the feel of it. I'd prefer vague descriptions over ones that are wrong. I have friends who tease me by stringing random boat words together and it never fails to make me cringe.
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