Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Writing Resource' started by OCDatabaseSock, Sep 28, 2012.
I just wrote something that's not an RP post.
Oh my god.
I plan to do just that...
...after this phone call with BroNar.
Great to see the index here!
I don't know who had the idea, but I'm pretty sure she has an awesome meat grinder on the kitchen table. Too bad the sock is a pain in the rear-end. LITERALLY.
And OMG, TrakNar wrote stuff!
I posted it, too! And in the index!
Will this continue? I sure hope so!
I'm a little hesitant to post my OCs there.
Do you need encouragement?
Well, may help. See, part of why is because my two main OCs' original story is truncated... Plus, my partner has given me express and longstanding permission to write any character we created together for Shades of Grey however I feel because he knows how vital writing from heart is for Cushy. Some know of the earlier takes on Toru and Thimen and possibly some new may meet them now.
My old OCs are from a truncated story, and I haven't posted them or really done anything with them since that story.
Phew! It took me forever to finish this, but I finished my entry for the Winter Challenge. I forgot not to link it here, so it's now being PM'ed. Sorry!
Didn't the rules say that we're not allowed to link our entries, but PM them to the sock instead? Or did I get it completely and absolutely wrong (again)?
Shoot, you're right. I'll edit that. Sorry!
And PM'ed. I took the link out of my prior posting. It's so hard to keep all these threads and their rules separate.
*Types up RP posts with OCs*
My hovercraft is full of FEELS!
And I figured out at least one OC's thoughts on thunderstorms.
Oops, I forgot that too!
Which is precisely why the rules should always be in the OP, I think. Also, why sorry? I wasn't even sure if I'm right.
Come to think of it, I need to go check the specifics. Ewok Poet's right. Having it in the first post is a good idea.
I took a look, and the rules are in the second post. I just wasn't thinking when I posted.
But there is another set of rules somewhere about three weeks ago.
I'm dumb. O_O
Okay, here's the new section that I added to the first post, in keeping with what I understand of the new policy:
Generally speaking, I think it's probably still best and easiest if you send your entries to the sock -- the linking allowed is intended for giving an example purposes. Hope that helps!
Winter Challenge Reminder
Entries will be due on the 31st. Just a few days left. Good luck!
I sure as heck hope we have enough time left until the end of the day in, well, all possible time zones. I have a last moment idea!
Ewok Poet, go ahead! If it's Jan 31st anywhere, you're still good.
We've had some busy writers here. For memory's sake, the original prompts are included with the entries. There were two entries in the non-competition challenge, which are listed after the Winter Challenge.
Note: Though I am posting this late at night, I'm aware that with time zones some of you may still be typing away at your entries. Anything sent after this but on January 31st wherever you are, will be added to this post as soon as it's received.
Remember to vote for your favorite story from the Winter Challenge. The due date for votes will be February 20.
Winter Challenge Entries
Festival of the Long Night by Ink.Knight
All I Have to Give by divapilot
If You Give Me the Chance by SabyneAmberle
Not Exactly an Old-Fashioned Life Day by Raissa Baiard
Unexpected Parenthood by Chyntuck
Non-Competition (Festivities) Stories
"Dearest Delphine!" by Findswoman
Ink.Knight’s Winter competition entry also incorporated the non-competition challenge. It’s linked above with the other competition stories to avoid confusion.
Coming soon: earlybird-obi-wan's new challenge. Watch for it!
Meh, I had fallen asleep. The story was not complete, I'll save it for some other occasion. Now on to reading and voting.
Also, didn't Raissa's story include both challenges as well...or was it too long for the second challenge?