Most of my literary intake is fanfiction.
I know, I know, "you should read more published books!" "Fanfiction is such lazy writing!" (May it be said that I *HEAVILY* disagree with that point but anyhow,) but fanfiction provides a sort of freedom in reading that published books do not.
They are generally shorter and take less of a commitment, I have finished very few books in my life, simply because I lose interest too quickly. I have a very bad habit of picking things up, obsessing over them for days, and then forgetting they ever existed. Fanfiction provides a sort of middle ground for that.
I am mostly enslaved to fanworks under Undertale- (please don't judge). Something about the story and the characters have kept me ensnared for the last three years. (I am particularly attached to the character; Doctor Gaster...)
I appreciate that fanfiction has become more accepted these days. It holds a true place in literacy; and the personal journey of any writer.
I have attempted making my own works... none have come very far, unfortunately.