angelgazing
02 September 2009 @ 11:04 pm
we all grow up to regret the things we've done, you know  
Today has been one of those days, where things keep piling up to make me cranky-faced. Not the least of which is the fact that nothing I want to write is working at all.

SO, let's play a game. Come on, you'll like it, I promise.

Here's the trick: PROMPT ME.

Give me a fandom/pairing, then go to flickr and use the name of the song currently playing on your ipod/itunes/mp3 player/alarm clock radio/abused ear-wormed brain as a search term, then pick a picture off the first page of results as a prompt.




I'll just wait over here.
 
 
Current Music: the point of it all - amanda palmer
Current Mood: cranky
 
 
angelgazing
07 January 2006 @ 09:13 pm
the prompt trading post  
Howdy, y'all, and welcome to Getting Good: The Prompt Trading Post! come on in and take a peak at the rules. Just remember, kiddies: ain't no harm in bartering for what you want.


Concept/Rules:
     Everything here is simple enough, you want something you give something for it. Just like it was back when, before the times of cash monies. Only with fic, because the world loves it, really, it just hasn't learned proper yet. You comment here, and I'll give you a prompt--could be anything, a phrase, a quote, a picture, lyrics, a song--and you write something for this prompt. Then, when that's all done, you post either the story or a link to it here, along with a prompt of your very own. Once some business pops up, you can roam around, write for a prompt someone else gives. And you may be thinkin', 'But Ma, this ain't no different than all the others is' and you'd be wrong. Cause around here, you write for a prompt, you get to leave a prompt. Any kind of prompt you want.

The rules are simple enough: anything goes but stealing. You can write any fandom, slash, het, gen, rps, fps, g, pg, fan rated adult only, that rating that Hollywood thinks fan writers have stolen from them, crossovers, original fiction, 100 words, 1,000 words, 10,000 words-- I think you get the gist. Any prompt you see lying around is game to play with, though do please try to respect the views, opinions and likes of the prompter, and prompters, always thank your promptees!

Really now, the only rules are this: You gotta write for a prompt to leave a prompt. And you gotta play nice with the others.

So, let's go friends, have some fun.
 
 
Current Mood: cynical
Current Music: are you having a good time?