As you can see, I don't write anything myself, but I do spend an awful lot of time on reading fanfictions.
Personally, I use the Favorite section more as a way to save the stories I want to reread eventually, as I think that is a sign of quality on its own. I definitely recommend every single one of them. However, I want to use this space to pay credits to my favorite three fanfictions. If you have any interest in those fandoms/these ships, you should 100.1% read them:Buffy, "Made for Each Other". This is definitely my favorite fanfiction. It finds the perfect balance between vampires being soulless and violent and them keeping most of their characteristics. Spike and Willow are so not your average heros and yet you can't help but love them. Also, extremly witty, sweet and no character bashing. Frozen, "Anna Summers, PA". Yes, yes, I get why shipping Elsanna seems a bit weird. If you can get over that, you should give this one a shot for sure. It's the perfect AU: You definitely recognize the original story line, yet you aren't spoilered. Everyone is in-character and straight up adorable. By far the best slow burn I've read in fanfictions and other wise. And I have to say it again: Especially Olaf is both adorable and funny. Harry Potter, "Simply Irresistible". If you ever feel like reading something that will simply get you in a good mood, I recommend this one. There's no big drama, no dramatic misunderstanding. It will just leave with this feeling that life is beautiful.
Now that we talked about what I like so far, here are some prompts I'd love to read. Unfortunately, I'm not too much of an author myself, so I'm counting on you to either forward any comparable stories to me or write them yourself. As I strongly believe in artistic freedom, you of course are free to change it around.Kim Possible: Shego becomes an independent villain and somehow ends up with Ron Stoppable being her sidekick/love-struck puppy. Though she's definitely the competent one out of the two and gets annoyed with him a lot, she does appreciate him at the end of the day. Not only for his goofy charms, but also as he somehow keeps accidentally doing the right thing. Seriously, I really want to read this one. Hunger Games: Katniss actually does start a secret relationship with Gale after the kiss in the woods. They eventually break up over their different views on warfare. (I'm not too big a fan of happy endings) Harry Potter: The whole crap about Voldemort choosing to make the prophecy about Harry is missing. It actually turns out during the 7th year that Neville is the Boy Who Lived after all. Harry Potter: After Voldemort wins, Draco travels back in time to prevent it, ending up in his younger body back when he was still an arrogant prick (I'd say 5th year). Being a survivor of the war, he doesn't care about petty rivalries any more, estranges his friends and has an overall darker demeanor. Golden Trio goes nuts trying to figure out what he's up to.
Have a nice day :-)