A few brief thoughts on Gena/Finn.
This will not be impressively coherent.
As with If I Was Your Girl, I'm planning on writing on this one at length when we get closer to the pub date.
Gena/Finn is a love letter to fandom, but it's an honest love letter, one that acknowledges its warts as well as its beauty marks. It's about female friendship; the intensity of relationships formed through words and shared interests and experience; it's about the power of story; and it's about how the lines between friendship and romance and again, emotional intensity, aren't as clear-cut as we might want them to be.
It kicked me right in the feels, and I'm going to need to read it again before I can talk even remotely intelligently about it.
UNTIL THEN, HERE IS SOME GUSHING: