|Thursday, January 29th, 2009|
Public Service Announcement
I know that this is a writing comm but I feel that this entry is appropriate. The woman that is the subject of both the Foundation and the concert was a teacher. And that, I feel, makes it a suitable item for this comm.
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Are you one the East Coast and would love to see Steve in concert?
On May 30th, there will be a concert in East Lansing, MI to benefit the Sandra K. Hill Foundation. Steve is one of the performers. If interested, ticket information is here
|Tuesday, January 27th, 2009|
Challenge #6 - It was Poetic Justice
Challenge # 6: It was poetic justice.
Maximum word count: 500 words
Next challenge: February 3rd, 2009
- Title of your piece
- Submitted by (if you're posting from a fic journal, for instance, instead of your personal journal)
- Submitted for which challenge
- Notes (in which you tell us anything we need to know.) Remember however, that even if your piece contains characters you work with regularly, your submission for this community must be able to stand alone.
- Rating: PG (all audiences, nothing offensive here), R (adult content), XXX (graphic sex, pwp, S&M, hardcore stuff). Please tell us why you rated it as you did so people can make informed choices about whether they’d like to read it (ie. violence, bad language, sex, purple elephants, etc). The reason is really more important than the rating itself, as I want to keep this a reader-friendly community.
- Let us know if (and where) we can read more of your work, related or otherwise.
|Friday, January 23rd, 2009|
Challenge #65 - On The Wall
- Title: On The Wall
- Submitted by: chainedinbeads
- Submitted for which challenge: #5 - But what happens when you come to the beginning again?
- Rating: PG
- Word Count: 79( Follow me down the rabbit hole )
|Monday, January 19th, 2009|
Challenge #5: "But what happens when you come to the beginning again?"
I have been remiss in the care of this community and one of my resolutions is to bring it back to life. To that end, let's have the first challenge of the new year.
Challenge #5: "But what happens when you come to the beginning again?" from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Maximum word count: 500 words
Next challenge: January 26th, 2009
|Monday, December 17th, 2007|
Challenge # 4
Apparently I cannot tell when it is Thursday. Either that, or I have managed to lose days while working on Christmas gifts. And because I am not good with changing the challenge on Thursday, we are switching the day to Monday. Hopefully, I will get my act together and remember to do it next week. :]
This week's challenge...
Choose one of the following lines.
"I'm cute, I'm cute."
"Have you been naughty or nice?"
"You Can Never Find an Elf When You Need One"
"I didn’t know it was such a bad little tree."
"Only one thing in the world could’ve dragged me away from the soft glow of electric sex gleaming in the window."
“God bless us, everyone”
This challenge will be a two-week challenge because I am sure that I will be knee-deep in making last minute presents next Monday. This means if you wish to do more than one challenge - either two of this week's or this week's and a past week, go for it.
Happy Holidays to everyone!
|Monday, December 10th, 2007|
TITLE: Getting In
SUBMITTED BY: forbiddencity
CHALLENGE: #3: "I been there before."
RATINGS AND TYPE: PG
NOTES: Hooray for Huck Finn. I love that book.
, though there isn't much there at the moment.( I've been there before. )
|Thursday, December 6th, 2007|
First a question. As we haven't had many posts each week, I am thinking of starting a few contest ideas. Whether they are implemented or not will be up to you. I would like to have a weekly contest, a monthly contest and a quarterly contest. I am not sure as to what the contest will be so that is where you all come in. Give me some ideas of what you would like the contests to be. Best use of the challenge, shortest fic, exactly 500 words, etc. I do know that one of the quarterly contests would be for the person who has completed the most challenges.
I am also thinking of adding a 1000 word maximum monthly challenge.
Drop me a line in the comments and let me know what you think. Even if you haven't yet had a chance to participate in a challenge, let me know if you have any ideas.
Now, onto the challenge.
There have been no entries for the last challenge so I'm going to extend that one another week and I'll also put up a new one. This means that you can do either #2 or #3 or both.
This week's challenge:
"I been there before."
Because this line is taken from a classic and is not in modern English, liberty may be taken to make it grammatically correct. Examples: "I have been there before", "I was there before", etc.
This is a last line to a classic novel. Bonus cookie for anyone who knows the book and author.
Challenge #3 due by December 12th
Challenge #4 will be posted on December 13th.
|Thursday, November 1st, 2007|
Title: Raining Dogs
Couple: Frynn/Paul, Frynn/? (original characters - new ones for me)
Submitted By: Karo
Challenge # 1 (sorry it's late)
Notes: This might be part one of ongoing snippets featuring these characters
Rating: PG for language
Word Count: 500 exactly! And that wasn't easy!
Website/Fic Journal: Twitchwhisker's LJ
and Twitchwhisker's IJ( It was a dark and stormy night. ) Current Mood: sleepy
Challenge # 2
Before we get to the challenge I'd like to say thank you to everyone who played last week. Well done everyone.
I also need to make a clarification in regard to the rules. A few of you misunderstood how the line was to be used. The line given should be used exactly as written. Do not add to it or change it in any way. And it must be used as the first line.
Now onto the challenge. This line is the first-line of a classic book.
It was love at first sight.
Cookies to anyone who knows the book and author.
All entries need to be in by/on November 7th.
New challenge will be posted November 8th.
|Monday, October 29th, 2007|
Nightmares and Cuddles TITLE
: Nightmares and CuddlesCOUPLE
: Shane/Theo (Original Couple/Universe)SUBMITTED BY
: #1 - It was a dark and stormy night.RATINGS AND TYPE
: Just a brief glimpse of comfort and domesticity using the couple (Shane and Theo) that will star in my upcoming attempt at NaNoWriMo. (Futuristic AU) WEBSITE/FIC-JOURNAL
I haven't written much before, so I'm hoping that participating in a challenge community like this will help me out with my writing. (This is only the third bit of fiction, and first bit of original fiction, I've ever written.) So if you see any grammar/spelling/formatting mistakes, please let me know. :)
|Friday, October 26th, 2007|
Things That Go Bump In The Night
- Title: Things That Go Bump In The Night
- Submitted by: Ravyn
- Submitted for: #1 - It was a dark and stormy night
- Notes: Michael and Nicholas are back. And Michael is well, Michael
- Rating: PG - Slash
- Word count: 237
- Time: 10 minutes
- Fic-journal: dreams_exposedClick to follow link to my journal
I've had a bad case of writer's block lately and hopefully this little story will help get my muse back on track! It's not my best work but at least I'm writing again! :)Title:
Harry PotterSubmitted by:
#1 It was a dark and stormy night.Rating:
approx. 2 hoursWesite/FicJournal My story links can be found on my IJ here( Waiting ) Current Mood: accomplished
|Thursday, October 25th, 2007|
In honor of Halloween, our first challenge will be...
It was a dark and stormy night.
If Snoopy can use it. You can too.
This challenge ends on October 31st.
New challenge will be posted on November 1st.
Greetings and salutations!
Do you enjoy a challenge? Never sure what to write and need a prompt? Want to try something different than a simple one-word inspiration challenge? Then this Asylum is for you.
Every week there will be one line posted - it will be used as the first line to your story. Your story that can be no longer than 500 words.
Interested? Then come join the fun.