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One of my favorites is EsmeAmelia. I mean, her characterization is probably her biggest strength here, especially her characterization of Han, in my opinion (I mean, I struggle with Han quite a bit, so her portrayal of him is just really good. Inner monologue, dialogue -- especially since I worry about making Han sound like he swallowed the dictionary -- just about everything, honestly) is one of my favorite characterizations in fanfiction. And her other characterizations, such as Anakin (she writes him with a lot of sensitivity and grace, IMHO), Leia, Ben, and many others are just really well-done. (She writes tiny Ben too with a lot of sensitivity and grace, and an understanding of how kids act. He's written so endearingly that I really didn't want anything bad to happen to him, even if what happens to Ben Solo is very much a foregone conclusion) And she also writes about characters that don't get much attention as well -- C-3PO actually gets his own piece during the mindwipe in ROTS and it's actually really sad.
And now for the recs! A Baby Changes Everything
-- Just a really adorable holiday fic. The interactions between Han, Leia and Ben are really cute, the reflection on Leia's childhood Christmases (or fetes) on Alderaan prior to its destruction were a nice bittersweet touch (EsmeAmelia's look at how Alderaan's affected Leia is actually very realistic, and wrenching), and baby Ben is just adorable. What Winning Means
-- Ben's characterization is just golden here. From his funnier moments, such as splashing water on Han to wake him up (and later splashing Leia just to stop the two from fighting) to his more serious (for his age) moments such as his guilt over an action he takes on Han and Leia's behalf to help them win, Ben is a very well-rounded younger character. 101 Moments
-- Because this really displays her skill with characterization. From character to character, everyone is smoothly portrayed, well-rounded, and handled with empathy. Her Anakin bits are the highlights and, believe it or not, actually feel like they could fit into canon really smoothly, but every story is wonderful to read. Mind Wiped
-- Turns a moment from canon that's not often touched on into a really disturbing, heartbreaking story. The backwards chronology really adds to the poignancy of the whole thing.
And these are just a few. Seriously, go check her stories out! She is an amazing writer.