Not mine this time, but Rhiannon D'Averc's brilliant Kriminalist in the running for Inkitt's Fandom completion.
The winner can expect assistance in publishing their original novel-length composition as a real world book. In addition, digital trophies will be awarded to those authors ranked first, second and third with their stories.
Those finishing in the topmost 10% will receive a cyber badge reflecting that achievement. Plus, you know, glory and greatness all round.
Recommending Kriminalist - Mello/Matt Fan Fiction Novel by Rhiannon D'Averc
It takes place in an AU universe, wherein neither are killed but suffer the indignity of watching Near take down Kira in the Yellow Box warehouse.
After spending most of their young lives chasing L's killer, in order to become his acclaimed successor, they've lost. So what now?
While Mello freaks, Matt plans. A future is born in a brand new detective code to rival L's own. This time as a partnership, blooming in clues and cases, as well as deepening their dealings with each other.
Not your average romance, but one to delight those who ship Mello and Matt amidst the Death Note fraternity.
Here's how the author describes her MelloMatt fan fiction entry in the novel length (40,000 words plus) Fandom competition on Inkitt:
This was one of those moments when I was half asleep and clicked on to the link 'just to see how it starts'. Next thing I knew, it was several hours later - sleep now being a thing which happens to other people - and the whole novel was read. How could great writing like that be put down, until the tale was told?
How to Vote for Kriminalist on Inkitt
But if you want to read Rhiannon D'Averc's Kriminalist, in this context, you will find the opening chapter here.
It's currently placed at number 166 - with two votes - being beaten by fan fiction novels based on Twilight, Naruto, Pokemon, Supernatural and One Piece, amongst very many more.
Mello and Matt are being beaten by Twilight. Twilight. Edward/Bella are pwning Mello/Matt. All I'm saying.
Kriminalist is currently the top ranked Death Note fan fiction novel in the Inkitt contest. It may even be the only one, as I'm yet to find more.
Good luck, Rhiannon, and thank you for writing a tremendous MelloxMatt novel length fan fiction tale.