There were no words for me yesterday. Though I am traveling for work and it was pretty much an 8am to 9pm day, so my brain refused to do anything else once that was done. But before yesterday, I had managed to write 4,000 words so far this month, so I don't feel super bad about yesterday's fail.
And now, I pass the writing torch to Dreamy! You got this!!
Hi there, and Happy Weekend! I scoured the web for a mix of prompt options, and came up with four generators and a list that I expect could lead to some fine fic and/or art! Just let me know you are in, and I can deal you up one of each of these:
* A Line of Dialogue * A Meet Cute, Meet Ugly, just MEET already...(i.e. prompts for AU versions of how your characters met) * A random Image * A random question - pick a character, and imagine it's asked of them
If you'd rather have a different mix - say, three lines of dialogue and one random question, then feel free to specify. And all the generators have multiple options, so if after your first set you want a re-shuffle and another deal, let me know.
Write 200 words+, or create some art by Thursday 9pm Eastern and I'll make you some icons, write you a ficlet, or put words on a WIP!
adjective 1. like the form of a conventionalized figure of a star; star-shaped.
Often stel·lat·ed [stel-ei-tid] /ˈstɛl ɛɪ tɪd/.
RELATED FORMS stel·late·ly, adverb
Origin: 1490–1500; < Latin stellātus starry, equivalent to stell(a) star + -ātus -ate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STELLATE I never saw a case of stellate fracture, and by this my experience in the case of the ilium was confirmed. SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900|GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
These spicules are of very varied though regular shape, but ordinarily assume a rod-like needle shape or else a stellate form. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 601, JULY 9, 1887|VARIOUS
In Panicum Crus-galli three or four bundles are met with amidst the stellate cells. A HANDBOOK OF SOME SOUTH INDIAN GRASSES|RAI BAHADUR K. RANGA ACHARIYAR
Certain of the stellate nuclei exhibit two centres instead of one, and in some cases, like that represented on Pl. THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME 1|FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
(a) Naked or with minute stellate ossifications as in the Polyodontidae. THE VERTEBRATE SKELETON|SIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.