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Title: She Doesn’t Date
Prompt: authority figures
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: Mentions of teacher/student relationships.
Word Count: 112
Summary: She doesn’t date authority figures.

“Story” )

Title: A Bench In The Park
Prompt: Second person narration
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: Prior death of secondary character
Word Count: 121
Summary: You sit on a bench in the middle of a park and take a breath.

“Story” )

Title: Except the Last One
Prompt: Wild Card - last letter
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: Abandonment issues is probably the best way to put it.
Word Count: 140
Summary: She doesn’t need him to come back, and she doesn’t need his excuses either.

“Story” )

Title: A Violin
Prompt: playing instrument/music
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: N/A
Word Count: 123
Summary: Mary Ellen never learned how to play an instrument when she was younger.

“Story” )

Title: Happy Accident
Prompt: accidents
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: N/A
Word Count: 123
Summary: Normally, accidents end badly for Sally.

“Story” )
suzume: A girl tying a man up with Christmas lights (While color lights up your face)
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For reference purposes, my personal card: (here)
My overall thoughts: Layering prompts is my favorite thing ever! More bonus monthly cards, please! :D
About the stories: All but one were written in my notebook and aren't typed up yet, so I'd estimate they're roughly 300-700 words long. They're all set in the same universe (of my hopefully a novel). I'm thinking I might set up a filter for this stuff on my journal...?

General info about all 10 stories. )
kalloway: (Kiddy Girl-and Good End)
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I had wanted to get my card done, but real life had other ideas. 13 ficlets, all 500~600 words, same universe. I have a master post here that has my card and also will be updated when I get the other half of the card done (most are started, just in notebooks and whatnot)... This has been a wonderful challenge, thank you mods!

13 Ficlets - Ratings G-PG13 so far )
suzume: This is a parody of Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind featuring Sasarai from the Suikoden series (Somber)
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Overall comments: Here's my card, for comparison purposes.
5 short ~350-400 word pieces for my bingo, all from the same universe (from my hopefully novel-in-progress). Written by hand and not posted. In general, my characters were terribly unobliging. Hopefully they'll play better with a new card?

Title: Impossibly Bad
Prompt: sports/games
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Summary: Ari really is that bad at cards.

Title: Heart Like Clockwork
Prompt: falling in love
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Summary: Ari receives a token of affection.

Title: The Dark Deed is Done
Prompt: wild card
Rating: PG-13
Content Notes/Warnings: dark themes, discussion of death
Summary: After a death, the members of the group go their separate ways.

Title: Funny-Cloak Dockside
Prompt: fairy tales/folklore/mythology
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Summary: Cat tries to tell Niko a story he doesn't completely remember.

Title: Bringing Flowers
Prompt: medical treatment
Rating: PG-13
Content Notes/Warnings: blood, wartime themes
Summary: Dominic visits Cam in the field hospital.

Additional story: Different universe (my 'story about Bashir'). I wrote this one way back in October of 2010, while the pieces composing the bingo were written in August and September.

Title: Thorn
Prompt: injury
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Summary: Ofika gets a thorn stuck in her foot.
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Well, I've some amnesty pieces to toss up. These pieces come from two separate cards, so don't actually make up a bingo.

Title: Imani's Vow
Prompt: Wild Card (First Person Narration)
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: In her mind, the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one. Infinity-verse. Implications of religious zealotry.

Title: Conqueror's Plan
Prompt: Evil Scientists
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: When your enemy comes up with a new weapon you can't turn to your own purposes, it's time to create a new weapon of your own. Fanai-verse.

Title: Three Scenes from a Story That Never Happened
Prompt: AU: Crossover/Fusion
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: Take two mages, put them in a dystopia setting, take away their magic, and stir. Bright City/Shadow City-verse.

Title: Lazy Morning
Prompt: Waking in Bed Together
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: Reflections on the benefits of a hedonist and an ascetic ending up in a relationship. Counterpart to a previously posted piece. Living Magic-verse. Light m/m relationship.

Title: Stranger on the Couch
Prompt: Family: Learning of an Unexpected Relative
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: Sometimes a stranger really isn't. Dhampir-verse.


Oct. 31st, 2010 07:50 pm
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So, all of these are within the same urban fantasy/slightly post magipocolypse universe. It doesn't really have a name, but the various sub story lines (Ward, Alchemist & Knight, Vancouver Shrine, etc) sort of do. None of these are particularly complete stories, and none of them were beta'd. I did not manage to create any particular shape with my bingo, but here we are:

Name: Untitled
Prompt: Mistaken Identity
Link: Here

Name: Princesses and Boundaries
Prompt: First Person Narration
Link: Here

Name: Wedding Anniversary
Prompt: Wedding
Link: Here

Name: The Dark
Prompt: Free Space
Link: Here

Prompt: Angelic Beings
Link: Here


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