Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Writing Resource' started by Mira_Jade
, Mar 20, 2017.
Updated my SW drabbles with week 3
Edit: And I dropped week 3 in NSWFF
Week 3 is here. Now off to read.
Week Three is up.
I still haven't finished my SW week 1, but Week 2 is up in my NSWFF drabbles: Queer As Folk (US) for this set.
Checking in with Week Three...
Week Three posted: [UDC VIII]Drabble-licious--Week 2 posted 4/1
Week 3 posted
My SW Week Three is up too.
Mine, too. And thanks that I am allowed to participate.
Week three of The Price of Hope is up. These are centered around Cassian Andor.
Where were they? It was Monday afternoon and the new drabble prompts still hadn't been posted. She paced restlessly, growing more anxious by the minute. Curse the mods! It was all their fault that she was in this condition. They'd gotten her addicted to the drabbles, and now they were withholding her fix. How dare they! Did they not even know what a powerful drug the drabbles were? Already, she was entering withdrawal. As she broke out into a cold sweat, she was able to turn her thoughts away from herself for a moment, pltying the others suffering this misery with her. Her nerves frayed, she began biting her nails. How much longer must she wait? If the prompts didn't come soon, her rapidly expanding collection of polishes would become irrelevant, as her nails would be chewed to the quick.
I can't tell you how many things conspired to keep me from posting these earlier today Cowgirl Jedi 1701 - so, without further delay, I present to you . . .
New study plan: for every chapter I get though of Economic Development (yeah, it's about as boring as it sounds), I get to write a drabble.
I thought y'all would find that entertaining. And I don't even know how many words it is, because I didn't bother to count.
Trying this out to restore some faith in my writing...completed Week 1.
Nothing and Everything
Right... **cracks open thesaurus again** (This is not unusual. Just making mention of it...)
And... Cowgirl Jedi 1701 : it was 140.
I'm done for the week four and catching up with others' work and the comments I got.
And wow, that "drabble" was awesome. I snickered.
Midst all my studying, I got 500 words of rapping dropped over in NSWFF.
Argh! I'm battling the temptation to get started on these, but I already have a gazillion other neglected projects under way. Let's see how long I can resist...
Come to the Darkside...we have drabbles and cupcakes.
DON'T TELL HER ABOUT THE CUPCAKES.
Don't tell her about the COOKIES!
.......oops, too late.
I'll bake the cookies... the cupcakes... the lamb (it's Easter, after all). What I don't need right now it to write drabbles! But I think I'll end up writing them anyway
Not that this has anything on the rather delicious menu of temptation going on above, but I've also found that drabbles have an unanticipated way of opening up one's muse, Chyntuck. And that's the great thing about fan fiction - you can write what you want, whenever you want. So I say give in to the drabble side!
(And drabbles are so small . . . and harmless . . . really they are . . . )