In the interest of space, I'm only going to provide links. I'm going to also assume many here know the basic storyline of an LDS conversion. They're often quite similar, but here's mine:
1) grew up going to a bunch of churches, something seemed out of place. didn't believe in many doctrines and strongly questioned others.
2) met a bunch of LDS people in high school who were a bit weird, but sticky sweet nice. one became a good friend of mine (my friend George Cole -- you may have seen him in this semi-viral picture--dude on the right)
3) after graduation, decided that something was missing and I wanted religion but nothing struck me as very true. i saw mainstream christians as rather hypocritical.
4) met an LDS girl who became my bestie in college. she invited me to church and I went despite the strong opposition of my family who began to inundate me with anti-propaganda. didn't work--too much stuff at institute resonated with me.
6) felt "the spirit" and enjoyed the unconditional friendship of other LDS people. they were rather excited and wanted me to meet with the missionaries ALL THE TIME but I was determined to do this on my own schedule, to do it because it was what i really believed and not to please someone else.
7) went on a temple trip with the institute group and was overwhelmed by the "spirit" there, even though I was only outside
8) met with a set of missionaries. older couple. a little out of their heads, but nice. called me their "golden convert"
9) had a spiritual experience. asked to pick a possible baptism date but didn't tell anyone about it. Later my missionaries would suggest the same date. hello, confirmation
10) baptized and felt happy (for the first bit, at least). many spiritual experiences.
So, with that and perhaps your own story in mind:
Catholic conversion story (one of many)
Islam conversion story (it's a long one, but basically she'd been through a ton of Christian religions, went atheist and even wiccan and finally found the truth in Islam)
Atheist to Christian (a bit short, but you'll recognize the pattern)
Judaism conversion story (the last one is the best. Jewish conversion stories seem to be a bit different, but not altogether foreign to others)
Christian to Wicca (wiccan conversion stories were harder to find, but the same threads of "what i always knew/believed" is there. what is interesting about the wiccan stories is how they all say "it's what's best for me" and I have to respect that. it's not about a universal truth, but an individual one.)
Then there're these excerpts from Mormon Testimony: People of all faiths have similar testimonies of their own religions
I know this observation is hardly original, but still rather interesting, yeah?