Gentlefolk: It is Kaijune!
I invite you to leave me prompts (image, word, concept, all three) about kaiju!
I last did this as a Patreon theme back in June 2017, so it seems fitting to revisit it now.
Anyone can prompt! Stories will generally be 250-500 words and can always be continued for a tip.
(Tips, at the moment, are going in the “finish the bathroom and the attic” fund, as our bathroom is still missing walls).
May is almost over, but you have a few more days to get in a prompt!
Check out the prompt call here: http://www.lynthornealder.com/2018/05/03/mer-may/
leave me a prompt!
Okay, this is a little bit late. But here we go: What happened in my Patreon in February.
Things marked with an * are free for everyone to read.
The theme was Return of the Light.
The new stories in theme:
Bring Back the Sun
They had done all the rituals in the days leading up to the solstice and the long night vigil of remembrance on the night itself. They had lit the candles and sung the songs, they way their people had been doing since that horrible night so many lifetimes ago. Continue reading
Hello my friends!
It’s coming into spring, so we’re doing #renovations on our 140-year-old farmhouse. And renovations cost #money
I am going to try a primarily Mastodon-based prompt call for fundraising.
The theme is REBUILDING, RENOVATION, RENEWAL, REBIRTH
The way it works:
Leave a prompt (in a toot or here on the webpage)
I write a toot worth (approx. 100 words) of story to that prompt.
Want more of a given story? Donate or Patreon-ize me (if you’re already a Patron, you get two toots’ worth to start with; just remind me).
I’ll post fic to lynthornealder.com once or twice a day to keep up.
I want to write as many approx. 150-word monsters in the next 5 days as I can stand.
Now taking prompts and/or requests
My Patreon theme this month is “return of the light” with a bonus theme of “blood and heart”
Bonus points (2 monsters+) for prompting within one or both of those themes. Continue reading
Each month, I ask you, the readers, to help me pick a theme for my Patreon. Then I ask all $5+ patrons to prompt me to that theme!
You can find my Patreon page here: https://www.patreon.com/aldersprig
and an archive of all my Patreon writing (and past themes) here: http://www.lynthornealder.com/read-me/patreon/#2017
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…Meant to post this on Friday. Grrr, ER.
So. Here’s the theme poll to determine the theme for my July Patreon stories. If you want to see some recent themes (June was kaiju), see here: http://www.lynthornealder.com/read-me/patreon/
If you don’t have a DW account, please feel free to vote in the comments. I will close this poll on Friday morning, 7/7/17.
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Don’t have a Dreamwidth account? You can vote in the comments.
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It’s that time again!
Anyone and everyone may vote; if you don’t have a DW account, vote in the comments.
The winning theme will determine the stories for my monthly Patreon rewards.
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The poll has spoken!
The theme for January is Thresholds and Liminal Spaces. For a $5/month pledge, you can leave all the prompts you want.
Doorways literal and figurative, steps into new lives, leaving beyond the old – it’s a good theme for a new year.
This was originally posted on February 15, 2012; it’s an early-ish story of Stranded world and it involves both thresholds and transitions.
“I think you should come hang out next weekend,” Calgary told Autumn, over the last beer of the last day of Faire. “Bifur, Bofur, and Bombur are building a house.”
“Seriously?” she raised an eyebrow. She was far too drunk to be polite when faced with that.
Calgary grinned, and quaffed her beer. “Three friends of mine, been together since college. Not Faire folk but fair folk, if you know what I mean…
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