Hawaii Five 0::Steve & Joan

Word of the Day 01/17/20 Peripeteia

Peripeteia (noun)
peripeteia [ per-uh-pi-tahy-uh, -tee-uh ]


noun
1. a sudden turn of events or an unexpected reversal, especially in a literary work.

Also per·i·pe·ti·a, pe·rip·e·ty [puh-rip-i-tee] .

WORDS RELATED TO PERIPETEIA
culmination, twist, climax, juncture, crux, axis, change, contingency, crisis, crossing, crossroads, crunch, cusp, development, emergency, exigency, hinge, nexus, pass, peak

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Origin: 1585–95; < Greek peripéteia sudden change, equivalent to peripet(ḗs) literally, falling round (peri- peri- + pet-, base of píptein to fall) + -eia -y

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
Justified

Weekend Challenge - Page One - 2020 Edition

Happy Friday!

Last year around this time, I ran a challenge featuring selected lines from Poets & Writers Page One section. I've updated the list with 24 selections of first lines. Give me a number from 1-24 and I'll send you a prompt that will feature the line and the name & author of the book. Feel free to use the line or book title for your work and change any specific identifiers (city, character name, etc.) to fit your story.

Give me 200 words or some art on the prompt by Thursday, January 23 and I can reward you with a drabble or words to my WIP. My list of fandoms that I will write in is here.

Have fun and happy writing!
1MW-rare pairs

Rare Pairs Prompt #1

How are you doing? Have you gotten started on a Rare Pairs fic or graphic, or are you still planning things out? Need something to get you started, or want to ask any questions?

Anyway, here's your first 'long' prompt:

One of the pair dated the other's sibling when they were younger


Need a short prompt or two? Give me some numbers between 1 and 150 and I'll give you some (hopefully) inspirational words. Note: some of these may be suggestive, but you don't have to use them that way, OR you may ask me for another word to replace the one/s you don't like, and I'll find you something that's more general.

The next long prompt will be in two days time, but in the meantime if you need anything else, comment here and I'll reply as soon as I can!
Hawaii Five 0::Steve &amp; Danny::TY

Word of the Day 01/16/20 Welter

Welter (verb, noun)
welter [ wel-ter ]


verb (used without object)
1. to roll, toss, or heave, as waves or the sea.
2. to roll, writhe, or tumble about; wallow, as animals (often followed by about): pigs weltering about happily in the mud.
3. to lie bathed in or be drenched in something, especially blood.
4. to become deeply or extensively involved, associated, entangled, etc.: to welter in setbacks, confusion, and despair.

noun
5. a confused mass; a jumble or muddle: a welter of anxious faces.
6. a state of commotion, turmoil, or upheaval: the welter that followed the surprise attack.
7. a rolling, tossing, or tumbling about, as or as if by the sea, waves, or wind: They found the shore through the mighty welter.

WORDS RELATED TO WELTER
jumble, turmoil, tumble, toss, grovel, uproar, confusion, overturn, roll

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6. confusion, tumult.

Origin: 1250–1300; Middle English, frequentative (see -er) of welten to roll, Old English weltan; cognate with Middle Dutch welteren, Low German weltern to roll

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Welter (noun, adjective)
welter [ wel-ter ]


noun
1. Informal. a welterweight boxer or wrestler.

adjective
2. (of a steeplechase or hurdle race) pertaining to, or noting a race in which the horses bear welterweights.

Origin: First recorded in 1785–95; welt + -er

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
1mw tree pencil

A to Z Challenge

Here’s the rules:
1) 100 words or 1 graphic for each letter of the alphabet.
2) Get all 26 by July 15th and win a banner!

It’s that easy.
And perk – It’s the alphabet you know what’s coming if you want to get ahead of it. There is no need for your work to all connect. There is no need for them to be in order.

Like the Numbers challenge, if you are stuck or would like a random word to use, poke me and I will provide.

Now everyone give me a

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1MW-rare pairs

2020 Long Challenge #1: Rare Pairs

I'm excited to be bringing you this year's first longer challenge! We have changed from monthly challenges to a period of approximately six weeks for each of these, apart from December which will be chock full of goodies, as per our last mod post! In any case, let me kick off Challenge #1 NOW!

It's time for Rare Pairs, so I hope this will bring forth your creativity with a pairing that perhaps isn't your usual, but has somehow taken hold of you! And friendship is just as good as romance for this one! Challenge #1 will run for the following period:

Jan 15th to Feb 29th.



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I'll be posting prompts regularly (I'll post longer ones every second day, plus I have some short prompts that you can ask for at any time) throughout the weeks of the challenge, so if you're running on empty with ideas, hopefully some of those will kick you off! I'll also use the prompt posts to check how you're doing and allow you to ask for help or advice if you need it.

The first longer prompt will be up tomorrow, but if you'd like one or more of the short prompts which are mostly one word (with a few 2 or 3 word prompts), then give me numbers between 1 and 150 and I'll give you something!

If you feel so inclined, comment now to let me know if you're playing and which rare pair/s you'll be taking on (if you've decided)! ;-)
Hawaii Five 0::Mary Ann::smirk

Word of the Day 01/15/20 Effervescent

Effervescent (adjective)
effervescent [ ef-er-ves-uh nt ]


adjective
1. effervescing; bubbling.
2. vivacious; merry; lively; sparkling.

OTHER WORDS FROM EFFERVESCENT
ef·fer·ves·cent·ly, adverb
non·ef·fer·ves·cent, adjective
non·ef·fer·ves·cent·ly, adverb
un·ef·fer·ves·cent, adjective
un·ef·fer·ves·cent·ly, adverb

WORDS RELATED TO EFFERVESCENT
bubbly, airy, bouncy, frothy, brash, buoyant, jolly, irrepressible, ebullient, sparkling, boiling, bubbling, elastic, expansive, resilient, volatile, carbonated, frothing, animated, excited

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Origin: 1675–85; < Latin effervēscent- (stem of effervēscēns), present participle of effervēscere to effervesce; see -ent

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
Hawaii Five 0::team::Ohana

Daily Count reminder

How is the writing thing going for you? Any bumps or hiccups in remembering the days you're accountable for?

If not, great! If so, that's still great! We're going to help you with that!

Here are the next 7 people for the month! Let's cheer them on to get those words!!

WE 15 – bizarra
TH 16 – flipflop_diva
FR 17 – cmk418
SA 18 – agdhani

SU 19 – candream
MO 20 – simplyn2deep
TU 21 – bizarra


Happy continued writing!