lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
Title: Discrimination
Fandom/'verse: Superhero School (uncertain if it's the same universe as Tonya)
Summary: Rick and friend discover the power of discrimination
Warnings/Triggers: Should be safe, mild expletives.
Word Count: 427
Prompter: A square on my January Prompt Bingo, prompted by [personal profile] dialecticdreamer
Note: Revised from the version posted earlier on deviantArt.



"The power of discrimination? I didn't think people admitted that so casually anymore. Are the wraparound sunglasses the new pointy-hoods?" Rick grinned and laughed at his own joke.

"Not that kind of discrimination dork."

"Then why do you call it that?"

Nolan gazed up at the ceiling counting to ten in his head. "Freshmen, they think they know everything already. For your knowledge powers terminology was developed almost a century ago."Remainder of scene cut, click here to continue... )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
Title: Ignorance Is Not Bliss
Fandom/'verse: Science fiction, far future
Summary: Jack and Harry, two kids on a trip far from their home station...
Warnings/Triggers: Some use of expletives
Word Count: 562
Prompter: A square on my January Prompt Bingo triggered an idea


Harry looked up. Clouds. Nothing but clouds and the ribbon that was the far side of the colony ring arcing overhead. Only the knowledge that he'd just checked five minutes ago and five minutes before that kept him from checking his belt for his emergency breathing kit.

"What keeps it in?"

"What?" Jack was squinting at him as if he hadn't been hitting Harry with questions all day.

"The air, their's no roof. How can we still be breathing."
(Remainder cut to conserve pixels. Click here to continue... )
lilfluff: On of my RP characters, a mouse who happens to be a student librarian. (Default)
This is to [personal profile] aldersprig's prompt for my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: Unexpected Family Ties
Warnings: slavery, some snarkiness, body modified character
Length: 2413 words
Genre/Setting: Fantasy, set in [personal profile] aldersprig's work


Flann sat perched on the side table and watched the mysterious girl sleep. There were times being a feline moddy could be quite useful. Being presumed little more than entertainment in the form of living art made meant few in the household paid any real attention to him. Which made his true job of protecting Lady Dwyer all the easier. Ever since the previous morning that meant watching this girl, young woman really, who had collapsed at the back doorstep without anyone seeing her arrive.

"Cat, you're sitting where her breakfast tray goes."

continues under cut... )
lilfluff: On of my RP characters, a mouse who happens to be a student librarian. (Default)
This is to my own prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: Succession Crisis
Warnings: Minor language, crisis unresolved
Length: 1602 words
Genre/Setting: SF, random colony world


I'm not sure yet if I'll write more of this. But when I started turning around the Succession Crisis prompt in my head this is where it lead...



Credric looked through the door's peephole and walked away even as the knocking continued. Sitting at the table he turned up the radio's volume and returned to his homework. He was copying notes into his tablet on the history of Landing Bay when the phone rang. Sighing he picked up the receiver.

"I believe I've made my opinions clear already Mister Johnson. Tell my father I'm not interested."Continues under the cut )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to my own prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: The Train Job
Warnings: Someone says tarnation
Length: 289 words
Genre/Setting: Western


"Those mad geniuses, I have to find out how they pulled it off."

"You already said they boarded the train and herded you all off at gunpoint. What else is there to understand?"

"Not that Sheriff. It's just it didn't make sense before. It still doesn't, not really, but now I know what they wanted."

"Ezekiel, have you been in the sun too long? You're not making a lick of sense."more train robbery under the cut... )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith's second prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: Untitled
Warnings: Post-Apocalypse, non-romantic homosexual housemates, edited while sick (fevers, yay! I mean boo, boo fevers!)
Length: 950 words
Genre/Setting: Science Fiction/Post-Apocalypse


As he had for the last two years, Bartholomew woke up and stuck to his side of the house until Frank was finished in the kitchen. When the other man left to work in the garden Bart made his own breakfast. Two years and he still didn't see how Frank could find the irony humorous. Before the apocalypse they were both outcasts in town because they were attracted to other men. After the apocalypse they each found the only other survivor in town was the one man they couldn't imagine having a relationship with.Click here for the remainder... )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
I posted my January Prompt Bingo card two weeks ago and have since written to six of the prompts:


I have one more partially written and have figured out where I intend to go with another. There are however two weeks of January left and plenty of time to leave prompts based on the bingo card squares. I've enjoyed writing to the prompts left so far, so even if I have some thoughts on where I might go with some of the unpicked squares, don't let that stop you. :)
lilfluff: On of my RP characters, a mouse who happens to be a student librarian. (Default)
This is to [personal profile] aldersprig's prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: Experimental Subjects
Warnings: mention of human trafficking
Length: 845 words
Genre/Setting: In a world of mad science...


Alfred Stein slowly came back to consciousness strapped to a chair. Strangely it was a few seconds of an unfamiliar bouncy Japanese pop song that coaxed him out of his sleep. A moment later a cell phone chirp and a voice he really hadn't wanted to hear in person both greeted his ears.

"Sara dear, I was just about to start an experiment, can this wait?"continues below the cut... )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to [personal profile] perfectworry's prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

This one is almost short enough to be a drabble. Okay, almost 50% to long to meet the hardline drabble length limit, but that's still quite short. I almost never manage that.

Title: How'd That Happen?
Warnings: mild ickiness?
Length: 149 words
Genre/Setting: Modern Weirdness


"I didn't know this really happened."

"What are you talking about?" My roommate came in and I couldn't help but stare. He had something greenish-gray and wrinkled in his hand. At a second look it was translucent and glowing. "What the heck is that?"

"You know how much trouble I've been having all semester?"

"Dude, this whole year."

"Right. Well I was bored and started pulling boxes out from under the bed. I thought I had a box with a six pack of Jolt."

"You're kidding. Do they even make that anymore?"

"I think so. There's still some on the shelf at the corner store back home. Anyway, I opened the box and this was in it instead. I think I misplaced my mind when I was packing."

"Right, pull the other... Huh. It does sorta look like a brain."

"So what the hell do I do with it?"
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith's prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: The Second Option
Warnings: Intended violence
Length: 537 words
Genre/Setting: Science Fiction

David had no idea what the college was thinking. Surely they couldn't believe such research would be tolerated even if the fools in the government dropped the ban. Even one member short, his team would soon put a stop to it. Poor Wilkes would be disappointed to miss the excitement. Who'd ever heard of someone being recalled to active duty just to have their vaccinations brought up to date.

continues under the cut... )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to [livejournal.com profile] jeriendhal's prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: Captive Thief
Warnings: Child struck,
Length: 823 words
Genre/Setting: Fantasy

story under the cut )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to [personal profile] aldersprig's prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: Not In The Job Description
Warnings: Potential murder
Length: 616 words
Genre/Setting: In a world of mad science...


Only the need to for surprise kept Mina from stomping and slamming doors. Well, the need for surprise and professionalism. Even if that wasn't at all among the normal tasks of a personal assistant. Finding the right place she leaned against the wall near one of the darkened room's doors and waited. At least she knew the thieves wouldn't be long in reaching her, not as loud as they were to her. A few moments later the door opened and the three men entered with low light goggles aiming infrared flashlights at the far wall.continues under the cut... )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
This is to [livejournal.com profile] rix_scaedu's prompt to my January Bingo Prompt call.

Title: School Hedge Maze Outing
Warnings: Juvenile name calling
Length: 721 words

"Line up and join hands. We won't go in until everyone has joined hands." Miss Darby walked the length of her class and smiled at the way they quickly followed directions.

"Miss Darby, Danny's squeezing too hard!"
continues under the cut )
lilfluff: A fennec fox boy pencil and paper in hand, showing off what he has written. Drawn by Tod Wills (aka Djinni on LJ) (Writing)
It was nigh inevitable, I've generated a bingo card using the bingo card generator I posted about earlier today (link found via [personal profile] ysabetwordsmith's post yesterday. I selected multiple of the pre-supplied lists and tossed in a list of my own.

    I'll go ahead and stealborrow (with a little modification) some of [personal profile] aldersprig's bingo methodology here.
  • Pick a square and offer me a prompt based on that square. For example: "Forgotten: a student arriving for boarding school finds his name isn't on the list," could have been a prompt to produce Thomas Daniel.

  • I will write at least 100 words to the first prompt.

  • This is a bingo card, so prompts in the same row/column as previously written prompts will have an advantage. But an enticing prompt will likely catch my attention anywhere.

  • I don't guarantee a full scene/story, only 100 words. That said, I've found I rarely stay at a mere 100 words if something interests me. (Are you a stranger who isn't sure what I'm interested in? Check my writing tag, or any of the tags.)
  • additional notes and card underneath the cut )

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