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29 March 2011 @ 10:30 am
There will be a couple weeks of freewriting again, before our next challenge at the beginning of May! If you have a prompt you'd like to submit, you can do so here.

This week's prompt:

Hopes & Dreams

You can write anything at all for this prompt! Have fun!

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment to this post.
02. If your fill is longer than one post, reply to the first one.
03. If you link to your own journal/external source, be sure to leave appropriate ratings and warnings.
 
 
22 March 2011 @ 01:09 am
Hello lovely writers! It's the end of the theme again! Which you all know means a picture prompt! :)

Picture Prompts behind the cutCollapse )

Use any or all of the pictures for inspiration and remember to focus on setting.

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment to this post.
02. If your fill is more than one comment long, reply to the first comment.
03. If linking to your own journal or outside source please leave appropriate ratings and warnings.

Have fun!
 
 
15 March 2011 @ 01:15 pm
Hello Scribblers!
It's time to let us know what you think about setting.
Comments are screened until the advice post, as per usual.

(I am aware that the advice post for dialogue is still not up. I lost my USB, which is the best excuse you're going to get. I'm so sorry :()
 
 
15 March 2011 @ 01:11 pm
Hello, Scribblers. It's Tuesday which means this is late. ♥

Prompt for this week still focuses on Setting.

Can you please:

Describe two very opposite settings

Hope you have fun scribbling!

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment to this post.
02. If your fill is longer than one comment, reply to the first comment.
03. If you're linking to your journal, please leave appropriate ratings and warnings.
 
 
07 March 2011 @ 09:58 pm
Hello, Scribblers! It's Monday (for a few more hours...!)

The prompt for this week will still focus on setting, but it will also focus on the feel of the setting. Is it a dark, dank cave? Or is it a really happy place with balloons, and confetti?

Your job is to give your setting a mood. How does it feel, when your characters enter that setting? How does the setting make your characters feel?

You can choose any setting you want, so long as the above is focused on! Have fun scribbling!

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment to this post.
02. If you fill is longer than one comment, reply to the first comment.
03. If you link to your journal/ an outside source, please leave appropriate ratings and warnings!
 
 
 
01 March 2011 @ 11:41 am
Hello, Scribblers!

Feel free to yell at me! Not only was there not a prompt last week (as I had basically no internet access at all) but this is also late this week. How are you all? Hopefully good!

There will be an advice post for the theme of dialogue this Friday. It was written last Friday but the internet hated me where I was and so it wasn't put up. Again, I'm really, really sorry.

The new theme this week is setting! And the prompt is:

Describe the room that you're sitting in right now

Focus on your surroundings and find a way to make it interesting to your audience, even if you're sitting in the most boring room you can possibly think of.

Have fun scribbling!

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment to this post
02. If your fill is more than one comment long, post it as a reply to the first comment
03. If you're linking to your own journal, please leave appropriate ratings and warnings!
 
 
14 February 2011 @ 11:13 pm
Prompt this week:

pictures behind the cutCollapse )

Use any of these for your fills, and remember to focus on dialogue. Have fun scribbling! You can find the advice post for this topic here. Please share your wisdom on this subject! :D

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment below or link to your journal.
02. If you post as a comment and it's longer than one comment long, reply to the first comment.
03. If you link to your journal please include a rating and warnings, if necessary.
 
 
10 February 2011 @ 11:52 am
Okay, scribblers. I am a fail. I know. If you want an excuse, I honestly completely forgot about this while studying for my midterms. Not a very good thing, but true. I am so sorry. It will hopefully never happen again.

Prompt this week:

"He told me it was my fault, slammed the door and took off. That was three days ago."

OR

"What's you point?"

Use either of these to start your fills. Have fun scribbling! You can find the advice post for this topic here.

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment below or link to your journal.
02. If you post as a comment and it's longer than one comment long, reply to the first comment.
03. If you link to your journal please include a rating and warnings, if necessary.
 
 
Feeling: guiltyguilty
 
 
31 January 2011 @ 04:23 pm
So, what we all want to know this week is how you work with dialogue you've heard in real life?

What are your tips and tricks and likes and dislikes about it? Let us know :)

As usual, responses are screened until the advice post. Thank you!
 
 
31 January 2011 @ 04:18 pm
Hello fellow Scribblers!

The first part of this post is to again say thank you to flutttterby for all her hard work, and to also introduce myself as a new mod who will be helping out here. As someone who no longer has to worry about homework from school, I decided to create my own homework by helping out here (and what wonderful homework it is)!

It's my pleasure to introduce the new theme, dialogue.

This week's prompt:

"Great day to be stuck inside doing work"
(Overheard speech from Listen Carefully, a link that comes with a language warning!)

Use this however you want, but keep your focus on dialogue. Don't forget to offer any advice you might have!

Rules;
01. Post your fill as a comment below or link to your journal.
02. If you post as a comment and it's longer than one comment long, reply to the first comment.
03. If you link to your journal please include a rating and warnings, if necessary.

Have fun!