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I did manage to get a bingo. Here's some snippets from the novel I'm working on These Haunted Hills

B - Shopping - Shopping ate up far more time than it should have, time he could have been researching or writing but it had been half fun and half frustrating.

I - Gift Giving - Finding something in between that could be a reasonable gift – he could afford any of it, of course, but Brendan knew if he dropped three hundred dollars on a bandolier of pouches Josh was consider it over the top and be uncomfortable taking it – had taken forever.

N - Wild Card - Hearing Joshua’s camera, Brendan suddenly remembered he had not only a camera but also the EMF reader. Evans “Does this really work?” Brendan waggled the EMF reader.

G- Walking - Setting the half emptied bottle inside by the door, Brendan obeyed a wild hare, taking off down the path. He wasn’t one for a walk in the woods and there were opportunities around Columbus.

O - Depression - He hated social media memes that denigrated antidepressants as unnecessary and all you needed was nature. No one would say that about blood pressure or diabetes medications.
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 Welcome to October, everyone. :) I hope you all had a good September. Like I seem to have been all the time recently I'm still working on getting back to writing for me, but then it isn't unusual for my job to drain most of the creativity from me long before I have a chance to even think about what it is I want to be doing. However we have some interesting new possible plans that have me a little more bouncy than I have been for a while, so I'm going to keep my fingers crossed it's something that will work out, because I think it would to have something to aim for.

How have your writing plans been coming along? Is life treating you okay? Feel free to talk about anything in the comments.

Like always this is going to be open for seven days, so get your requests in for new cards if you want them. Post any stories you wish to post if you don't believe you're going to be able to bingo. Remember always that this is your challenge, and you can do what you wish with it. :)
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I'm having issues with both the blog and my horrible horrible rural internet so I'm skipping the card if no one minds.

I barely got this done (for good reasons, editing a story that will be out in a couple months) but it was fun. All of them ended up scenes in my paranormal romance novel These Haunted Hills. Here are some snippets.

B : Vehicle Joshua slowed the truck, bouncing them over a deeply rutted part of the ghost of a road.

I: grief She had suffered enough, and maybe she was right about moving on.

N: wild card - “So, Big Foot aside, tell me more about what we’re doing today.”

G: Birth - For a moment he was lost in the moment he’d brought Connor home.

I: reunion - “I should probably mention that if I die, there’s going to be a lot of sad people. I’ll miss the ZZZ reunion.” (Yeah I need to name his novel series' universe)
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 Welcome to September, everyone. :) Today is my birthday, and I'm really hoping for a good month of writing this month, as August definitely didn't work out a planned. How have you been getting on with your writing endeavours?

If you want a new card, whether or not you've bingoed with the old one, this is the place to ask for it. If you have any stories that won't go into a bingo then post away. You have until the 7th of the month.

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I have achieved bingo, through 5 random squares.
my bingo card is here.

Title: desire cuts deep
Prompt: abuse
Rating: PG-13
Content Notes/Warnings: mentions of drug use/abuse, anxiety, depression
word count: 100 words
summary: drabble about Cassie’s past abuse and how she’s feeling now.

Title: heavy is the day
Prompt: depression
Rating: PG-13
Content Notes/Warnings: mentions/themes of depression
word count: 100 words

Title: Marmalade Mornings
Prompt: waking in bed together
Rating: G
Content Notes/Warnings: none
word count: 100 words

Title: Darkest Dawn
Prompt: hot cocoa (or equivalent)
Rating: PG
Content Notes/Warnings: dark thoughts, depression, negativity
Author Notes: drabble

Title: The Trees of Oak Hill
Prompt: darkfic
Rating: PG-13
Content Notes/Warnings: violent imagery, dark themes
word count: 832 words
summary: The trees of Oak Hill are special and they should not be harmed, or there will be consequences.
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 So I succeeded in getting a bingo!  Here's the set:

[Fic]Title:Grandmother's Trunk

Prompt: Kids/Kidfic

Rating: G

Content Notes/Warnings: Mention of problematic family member, not much else.

Summary: Selby likes working at a local consignment shop.  When she finds a locked trunk, a surprise ensues.

[Fic]Title: Under Cover Fashion

Prompt: Costumes

Rating: PG-13

Content Notes/Warnings: Mention of off-screen comic book violence, discussion of breasts in a non-sexual setting.

Summary: Nzinga Merton runs Under Cover Fashions, home of the best superhero/villain clothing in Boston.

[Poem]Title: On the Path of Totality

Prompt: Wildcard

Rating: PG

Content Notes/Warnings: Covers the myth of solar eclipses as the end of the world/Apophis eating the sun.  May be scary to younger readers.

Summary:  The warrior of legend that saves the sun tells their tale.

[Fic]Title: Ears to Hear

Prompt: Physical Imperfections

Rating: PG-13

Content Notes/Warnings: Mild swearing.

Summary: After her hearing aids catch public attention, Zoe realizes that a community of people with adaptive equipment is important.

[Fic]Title: Trick or Treat

Prompt: Doppelgangers/Clones/Impersonators/Evil Doubles

Rating: G

Content Notes/Warnings: Halloween spookiness, kisses (non graphic)

Summary: Dacia and Zita take spooking trick-or-treaters to  a new level, and someone dresses as Dacia’s alter ego Darkmatter.

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 Well, that's another month gone, and we're into August now. How has your writing been going? I have to admit this has been a difficult month for me. First the other half was ill, with a lot of hope I wasn't going to pick it up, because I have a terrible immune system. Luckily I didn't - instead I had an ear infection (a very limited one) for the first time in my life. I hope it never happens again, because I've realised I truly hate not being able to hear properly.

August, I'm hoping, will be a better month. I have plans, but that doesn't mean they're going to work out. More often than not they don't, because life, but my fingers are very crossed, and they're crossed for all of you too - if you need it. Let me know in the comments what plans you have for August, if you need a new card, and how well you're doing with the old ones.
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 It's that time again. Where, exactly, did June go? Last month seemed to rush by, but I'm hoping for a bit more time in July to actually do some writing that isn't for work. I've been really terrible for that recently. If you have too then let me know - it would be great to know I'm not the only one who's had plenty of ideas, but no will to actually work on them.

Post up your amnesty pieces if you have any. If you don't you can still request a new card, or carry on with the old one. Your card means you make the rules. :)
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I managed a Bingo down the B column. I did have to bend the first prompt to the breaking point to get it to work. Most of the scenes I got from the prompts are for my steampunk holiday story. Here are some snippets.

For the life of me I can't find the code for my card.

Whipping/Flogging - horror - For a moment Will wished they’d bring back flogging.

Holiday: The Glow of Luminiferous Aether on Tinsel - Not enough to figure out a way to avoid guard duty in the middle of the frigid night just before Christmas.

Crying: as above - The dam broke, tears flooding his face.

Combat Scenarios: as above - Gun power weapons roared. Lum-guns and phlogiston cannons crackled.

Kiss: as above - Their kiss burned them down
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 Hello, everyone. How has your month been? Mine has been complicated, mostly due to work not being great, so I haven't been about too much. (I have been spending far too much time playing Stardew Valley, but that's another thing entirely.) If I've missed any bingoes let me know, and I'll go back to check them out, because I do like to keep track of that.

For those of you who haven't managed a bingo this is your chance to post any stories you have for your card, if you want, and get a new one.
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Hello, everyone! This is your May Amnesty Post. Congratulations to those of you who achieved bingos, and for those of us who haven't (I'm including me in that) this is our chance to post any stories you may have written if you don't think you're going to be able to bingo with the card you have. If this is the case feel free to ask for a new card. If you don't want a new card please don't feel you have to ask for one. Do whatever you think is best for you. :)

As for me... well, I'll be honest. I've barely looked at my cards this month, because I was busy working on Camp NaNo, but this month I'm hoping to get at least one bingo. Preferably a smiley face one. Let me know what your plans are here, if you want, or carry on doing what you're doing. :)
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Title: they come back
Prompt: wild card (apocalypse/post-apocalypse)
Rating: PG
Wordcount: 100
Warnings and summary: Dead family members coming back.
Notes: For the verse Long Way Down. It's an AU but whatever, it still works.

Read more... )

Title: in the cracks
Prompt: Hallucinations/visions
Rating: G
Wordcount: 100
Warnings and summary: None? I think. He sees the cracks in the world where the ghosts come from.
Notes: For The Dead Show. I love Morgan but he is...slightly unhinged.

Read more... )

Title: a captured kiss
Prompt: film/photography
Rating: G
Wordcount: 100
Warnings and summary: Dave and Teddy are adorable, that's it.
Notes: For No Child Is Spared/Cupcake. These boys are ridiculous and adorable and I love them.

Read more... )

Title: it's love
Prompt: Gags
Rating: G
Wordcount: 100
Warnings and summary: Nonsexual kink with Barret and Essa
Notes: The still unnamed reincarnated Hades/Persephone-verse. I love these two so fucking much I just wanna make hearthands at them all the time.

Read more... )

Title: home again, home again
Prompt: Reunion
Rating: G
Wordcount: 100
Warnings and summary: Mention of minor injury. Timothy finds his way back home from the land of the Moon.
Notes: A Moon Calls/Despite The Abundance. One day I will sort out what I am doing with Timothy and the Moon AU or I will just give every one of my characters a Moon AU. That's an option too.

Read more... )
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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” )
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Hello, everyone. I mentioned before we were going to have a bonus card, and, as it's Easter weekend, this is an Easter bingo card. Or it could well be called the weird things I come up with when asked to think about Easter.

This is your card. I have to admit I'm pretty pleased by the luck that placed 'Bunnies!' in the middle.

FertilityBunnies!40 Days
Easter Egg HuntHot Cross BunsThirty Pieces of Silver

If you want it your code is here:

This is just for a bit of Easter fun, so don't feel obligated to write anything, but if you do we'd love to see it.
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 Hey, everyone. :) I want to thank you all again for your enthusiasm for Origfic_Bingo. It was great to send out so many cards.

This is my first ever chatter post, so I'm going to keep it simple. I'm pretty sure you would have talked about this before, but it's been a while, and, of course, there's the chance your interests have changed since the last time. So, what do you write, and why do you write it?

I write speculative fiction. Most of the worlds I work in are fantastical, because I love to world build. World building is easily my favourite part when it comes to starting off with a new world, and I like to always try to do something, so the one thing you aren't going to find are your traditions elves, dwarves, or halflings. I do have some fae, but they're... well, they're my fae. I have some soft sci-fi worlds I'm beginning to play in too, which is fun, but I don't think I'm ever going to write hard sci-fi. I just don't have the brain for the science. Then I also like to dabble in ending the world, and with dystopias. With these I also like to do something different, because, well, it's fun. When I'm writing I am writing for fun, at least when it comes to my website, so I try my best to enjoy everything I do as much as I can.

How about you?

Thank You!

Apr. 6th, 2017 08:35 am
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 You've all made my first few days as mod here absolutely wonderful. I wasn't expecting anywhere near as many requests for bingo cards as I had, and I'm so excited to see what people come up with.

With that done here's a reminder that requests end tomorrow night. If you still want to request a card for this month then I'll be closing down the requests when I wake up on Saturday morning.

Then I have a chatter post planned for next week, just to keep things moving around here, as well as an Easter challenge. Keeping it busy here is important to me, so I hope I see a few of you at the chatter post.
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Rules Post! Don't we all love a rules post? \o/ This challenge will be slightly different (though probably less restrictive) than other fic bingos out there, so PLEASE read the rules, or...well, we will look at you kind of pityingly, and you'll probably be disappointed! Very little has changed from before, however. This was just to change out some dates, some old information, and give us a shiny new rules post. :)
How This Origfic Bingo Thing Works (Short Version)
  • We give you a card.
  • You complete a bingo by writing/creating at least five pieces. If you complete a bingo, you win a new card.
  • The first week of every month, you can request a new card even if you haven't completed a bingo.
  • Origfic only, please!
See? Really easy.
What Origfic Bingo Is and Is Not
Origfic Bingo is a challenge in which you strive to create at least five original fiction-themed "pieces", each corresponding to a prompt in a square on your own personal bingo card. Origfic Bingo is a personal creative challenge that will last indefinitely. There are various "bingos" of varying levels of challenge that can be made, but there is no formal scoring. As such, YOU are always in control of how much or how little you want to create during Origfic Bingo. As original fiction ideas are potentially copyrightable and publishable, how much or how little you want to share with the community is also up to you.
Finally, Origfic Bingo is a safe and fun space for everyone! Please no bashing of characters, settings, kinks, genres, creator talent, or anything else on this community, either in posts or in comments. Please be polite, respectful, and NICE.
Following Origfic Bingo
The main Origfic Bingo comm is here on DW. Feel free to add us to your circle and to become a member. You will need to be a member in order to post any bingos or stories to the comm. 
There is a sister community on Livejournal [livejournal.com profile] origfic_bingo that is also available for friending and posting. There won't be any mirroring between the DW and LJ versions, however, except for mod posts. PLEASE only post to one or the other comm, though. At the end of the month, the mods will crosspost a summary to DW of all the pieces posted to the LJ list, and vice versa.
You can also follow the comm through a feed on Insanejournal at [insanejournal.com profile] origficbingo_dw. Please note that comments on this feed are not visible on the main comm and aren't directed back to the original poster. We suggest using the feed only as notification and that you do all your commenting on the Dreamwidth or LJ comms.
How This Origfic Bingo Thing Works (The Longer Version)
1. Sign up. You can sign up with a DW account, OpenID, or even anonymously if you want. You can also sign up as a team/co-creators/whatever. There will be an Amnesty/Sign-Up post at the beginning of each month. New sign-ups should do so in a comment to this post. New sign-ups are limited to the first week of each month.

2. Pick what kind of card you would like. We have several flavors to choose from.
  • Totally Gen cards (general prompts not involving romance-specific themes)
  • Gen+Romance cards (which draw from the general prompts and also some romance themes)
  • Gen+Romance+Kink cards (which draw from the gen and romance themes as well as kinky themes a la Kink Bingo.
  • Prompt lists are here.
3. Receive a bingo card. We will post your randomly-generated card as a reply to your sign-up comment, along with the code you can use to share your bingo card.
4. Pick a bingo pattern (examples below) or make up your own. Be as traditional or challenging as you like!
5. Create your original fiction-themed pieces to fulfill that pattern. The number of pieces will be at least five pieces or maybe more, depending on the bingo pattern you're going for.
6. Post to the origfic_bingo comm. Tell us all about your success! \o/ Posting guidelines are below. 
7. (OPTIONAL, bingo finished on active card) 
  • Ask for another card. AND/OR
  • Do another bingo on your active card.
8. (OPTIONAL, no bingo finished on active card, during Amnesty Week) 
  • Post completed amnesty pieces. AND/OR
  • Ask for a new card.
9. Lather, rinse, repeat!
Origfic Bingo Timeline
April 2 - New sign ups begin, with new bingo cards being sent out to those who want them. Any old cards can still be used.
May 1-7 - Amnesty Week. Amnesty posts for April made. New sign-ups cards distributed.
June 1-7 - Amnesty Week. Amnesty posts for cards from previous months made. New sign-ups cards distributed.
July 1-7 - Amnesty Week. Amnesty posts for cards from previous months made. New sign-ups cards distributed.
This challenge will continue on for as long as there is interest in it. Feel free to post stories from before the mod change, if you have them, during any amnesty weeks.
Prompts and Pieces
  • Please note that the cards all simply DRAW RANDOMLY from the gen/romance/kink lists. We make no guarantee of what percentage of your squares will be gen/romance/kink prompts. (ie, even someone who signs up for the GRK card is not guaranteed to get a mostly-kink card, just the POSSIBILITY of one.)
  • For the sake of simplicity, we are not accomodating requests for prompt exceptions (ie, "Can I have a card without X and Y?"). There are ~183 prompts on the gen list alone. The chances of getting a certain few in positions that make it IMPOSSIBLE for you to bingo (especially when you can make your OWN bingo shapes) are fairly low. Besides, no one is obligated to write anything just because it shows up on their card. If you get something you don't want to write...don't write it! You can always ask for another card during Amnesty of the next month.
  • The middle square of every card is a free space or wildcard. You can use any prompt you want for this square. Pick something off another card that looks tasty, or something completely different of your own devising.
  • If you are unsure of what a particular kinky prompt means or are looking for ideas of how to implement it, might we suggest the Kink Wiki?
  • Your pieces do not need to be any specific length/format/medium. Fics, poems, drabbles, icon sets, podfics, knitting projects, interpretive dances, pottery, paintings, little sculpey figures, soundtrack, pictograms, essays, art, picspams, photo manips, etc. are all fine, so long as they relate to an original fiction idea in some way. Maybe they are actual original fiction. Maybe they are illustrations for one of your fic ideas. Maybe they are particular outfits your heroine wears, or paintings that your gentleman thief has stolen, or mockups of settings your characters will visit, or a mixture of these. This challenge is for YOU, and whatever you want to create is fine, so long as it relates to your original fiction in SOME WAY.
  • This challenge is for original fiction only. No one will beat you with sticks if you plop your original characters down into a serial-numbers-filed-off fanmade world, but all stories need to be firmly based around original characters, not fandom ones.
  • Interpret your prompts in whatever way you'd like. Feel free to write a gen fic about a kinky prompt...or draw a kinky piece about a gen prompt. ^_~
  • Please only create pieces for your OWN original fiction/worlds/ideas. If you want to create something for someone else's world/fics/ideas, get permission first.
  • The different types of bingos that we suggest are like so!
These are only suggestions. If you want to make some other shape for a bingo, that's fine! Cyrillic letters or futhark runes? All of the border of a card? Something even more random that consists of "everything that I really like on this card!"? That's fine! We only ask that any bingo consist of AT LEAST FIVE PIECES.
  • Bingos can be traditional or more complicated, but none are better or "worth more" than others. There is NO SCORING in Origfic Bingo. There are no prizes other than a job well done and many pats on the back. Origfic Bingo is a way to whet the creative whistle, not a competition. We have suggested bingos with varying levels of complexity so that YOU can choose how much you want to challenge yourself. This way, everyone is a winner! \o/
  • You can reuse squares on your card as much as you'd like in making successive bingos, but each reuse must have its own piece associated with it.
  • You cannot use previously-created pieces to fulfill squares. The idea is to make NEW things!

Getting New Cards
You can work on a bingo card for as long as you want. If you want to work on your first card for an entire year, making one bingo or fifty, that's fine. You are not REQUIRED to ask for new cards at any time if you don't want to. Should you want a new card, though, we can provide!
But first, some terms:
  • active card - your active card is the last card you were given. You need to make a bingo on your active card to earn another new card (should you desire it.)
  • previous card(s) - any card you've been given other than the active card. You can still make and post bingos on your previous cards, but they do not win you a new card.
That said, there are two ways to get a new card: 
1.WIN it by completing a bingo - Once you complete a bingo, you can ask for another card. To do this, make a bingo post to the comm (guidelines are below). Then, comment to any card request post, ask for another card, and we will provide! At this point your first card becomes a "previous" card, and your second card is your "active" card. You can still write on any card, but before you can win a new card, you need to bingo on your active card.

2.  ASK for a new card during Amnesty Week - The 1st week of each month is Amnesty Week. During Amnesty, ANYONE, whether they have completed a bingo or not, can ask for a new card. To do this, simply comment to the Amnesty Week request post that will magically appear on the 1st (or thereabouts) of each month. Amnesty is also the time to post anything you've created that will not result in a bingo (ie, pieces for bingos that you're giving up on completing.)
So you've completed a bingo! Yay! Or, you're posting amnesty pieces that didn't quite make a bingo! Yay! Either way, some general guidelines about posting to the comm:
One post = one bingo, please! Do not post about pieces individually. Wait until you have a bingo, then post about all the pieces in that bingo. One exception is during the Amnesty period, where you can post about any items (even just one) that didn't quite make a bingo.
We realize that not everyone will be comfortable posting their original works on an open comm. Maybe it's very personal. Maybe you want to send it to publishers later. Maybe you're worried about someone stealing your work. That's fine! For this challenge you can post with as little or as much privacy as you'd like. We suggest you post in one of the following ways:
  • Post your work to the [community profile] origfic_bingo comm. Simple! Use the header below and post your work.
  • Post your work to another (public!) place and link it on the comm. Format the entry as below, but instead of a cut, give us links!
  • Post your work to the [community profile] origfic_bingo comm as "members only". Equivalent to friends-locking, this is a way to post your work for others to read without it being accessible to the general public. Please note, though, that members-only posts will NOT show up on the feeds on Livejournal and Insanejournal.
  • Post to [community profile] origfic_bingo comm with only a summary/description of your work. If you want to participate but don't feel comfortable sharing, you can just give us a description of what you've done. ("I have this short story anthology about mutant spacecats that I'm working on, and I wrote a bingo of stories for it for the 'kitchen disaster', 'mirrors', 'snuggling/cuddling', 'xenokink', and 'food' prompts!") Don't forget to tell us why your work is awesome!
 No matter what or how you post, remember to keep a copy of your work. Though we don't expect to disappear, this community is not meant as an archive.
When you post, please use the following Subject, Header, and Tagging conventions. Please follow this template:
  • Subject: [Type of piece(s)] Some Collective Name
[Fics] The Hazards of Making Catnip Brownies and Other Stories
[Poems] AwesomeUser's Odes to Spacecats
[Art, Icons, Knitting Project] Things Spacecats Do In Their Spare Time
  • Header: Always use a header for each work. Headers go like so:
Rating: (use standard MPAA ratings: G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17)
Content Notes/Warnings: (Warn here to elaborate on or note things above and beyond what's in the prompt or in the rating. These things include: nonconsensual sex/rape, underage sex, incest, graphic violence, and anything else you think it would be polite to tell us about your work. REMEMBER, this challenge is both kink AND gen friendly, so let's all be very clear in our warnings, eh? Surprises are nice, but not here.
Other optional header items could be a genre, or some kind of series identifier if it applies.

Leave the headers of the piece visible, and if you are posting the work in the bingo post, always post the actual pieces behind a cut tag. This is important, as we don't want to take over folks' reading lists with uncut posts. Also, the feeds will cut after the first cut tag, so we want to make sure that we have one. If you are unsure how to use multiple cut tags in an entry, just ask!
If you are posting a blackout or any other bingo that would require more than five headers/fics to be posted, please put your full headers behind a cut tag, in the interest of saving space on folks' reading page. Feel free to give a bit of a blurb outside the cut, to entice folks to look under the cut at the full headers.
  • Tagging: The comm is set to allow members both to add and remove tags and create new ones. This can change if things get too messy or people start abusing the system, but at the beginning we'll roll with it! PLEASE check the tags to see if an appropriate tag has already been created before creating a new one. When you post, please tag for the following things:
  • creator tag (by: awesomeuser1)
  • prompt tag (prompt: mirrors). Use more than one if posting multiple pieces at once. If you've done a wildcard piece based off a prompt you got somewhere other than our lists, use prompt: wildcard.
  • media tag (media: fic, media: art, etc. Mods will pre-create some of what we imagine the most common types will be.)
  • bingo (*bingo) or amnesty (*amnesty) tag
Any questions? Ask them in the comments! :D
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Card request post closed.
If you want to join in please check for next month's amnesty post.
Thanks to all those who requested this month. :)

Welcome back to Original Fiction Bingo. As April is Camp NaNo month I got to thinking about one of my old favourite communities, and, now, here I am, the new mod. :) A big thank you to [personal profile] white_aster for letting me take over the reins. This is the first bingo comm I've modded, so there's likely to be some teething issues, but I'll do my best to make things as smooth as possible. I will be going over the old rules post in the near future, just to make some small changes.

So, to introduce me. I'm Kayleigh, I'm in the UK, and I've been writing original fiction for as long as I can remember. You can get in contact with me, if you need to, here via PM, a comment on this post, or using my email - kayleigh.a.webb[at]gmail[dot]com.

This is your April card request post. Requests will be open from now until 11.59pm (BST) on the 7th of April. All old cards can still be used, if you still have access to them, or you can ask for something new.


1. You may choose up to two bingo cards, using gen, gen and romance, or gen, romance, and kink prompts. If you do choose two cards please get them from separate categories (eg. a gen and romance card, with a gen, romance, and kink card).

2. Let me know when you get a bingo. Once you've bingoed with one of your cards you can request a new one, or you can continue working with the old one, and if you wish to share your work with the community. If you don't get a bingo you can request a new card during amnesty week.

3. Bingo however you want. There are the traditional bingoes, from left to right, top to bottom, or diagonal, but you can also use your imagination to create whatever you want - with one stipulation: each bingo must have at least five fills.

That's all for now. Have fun writing, and I look forward to seeing this comm be as busy as it once was.
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Well, ADDING of the guard would be more appropriate....

Hello, all! Your friendly neighborhood comm creator here! Just letting everyone who's still about know that  [personal profile] k_a_webb  has been added as a moderator and maintainer to the comm. The comm has gotten a bit dusty, and they contacted me asking about taking over card-posting. I, of course, said sure! \o/ So, watch this space for a revival of Origfic Bingo! :)
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Frak! Not sure how I got this far through the month without realizing it was my turn to post for bingo! It's just your previously absentee admin [personal profile] oraien with a new journal name, so don't mind me.

Long time no post, Orig-ficcers!

Because of the lateness, amnesty runs till the end of the month. You've got until 11:59:59 PM on July 31st (give or take) to abandon your old cards if you need to do so.

As always, we've got your three card types to hopefully cover all Orig-Ficcers to some extent at the very least.

Gen, Gen+ and Gen++ ~ you know that means you can grab a card with Gen prompts, gen & romance prompts or gen & romance & kink prompts, whatever your preference.

Quick rundown of the rules:

1. Please don't have more than 2 (two) cards active at any time and try to make sure you have them from separate categories if possible.
2. Post when you Bingo! We love it when you share your work, but that's not a requirement, just let us know when you've completed your card so we can cheer with you!
3. Traditional bingos are top to bottom, left to right or diagonally from one corner to another. We'll also accept shapes like U, X, T, Y, I, squares, rectangles, blackouts or any other shape you care to think up.

You can find more detail about the rules HERE if you so desire.

Most importantly, HAVE FUN!


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