I am fully aware of that.
This is why Liz should never be left unsupervised on a Thursday night. Firstly because she gets bored with her writing journal's layout and redesigns it. And secondly because she starts hopping around to her friends' journals and finding out about more random fic claim communities, and deciding to join up.
This one is drabbles100, and although I haven't been accepted yet, they require a link to your prompt table before you actually make the claim. So here's mine. I'm hoping to claim Obi-Wan/Padmé, because one can never have too many Obidala claims and drabbles aren't as time-consuming or difficult to write as complete fics. I like the idea of this community because although the primary idea is drabbles, they don't have to be exactly 100 words. Which is attractive to me because I fail at writing stuff with precise word counts.
Er, yes. Prompt table.
|031.||Sunrise||032.||Sunset||033.||Too Much||034.||Not Enough||035.||Sixth Sense|
|096.||Writer‘s Choice||097.||Writer‘s Choice||098.||Writer‘s Choice||099.||Writer‘s Choice||100.||Writer‘s Choice|
I'm sure everyone knows the deal by now: click on a particular prompt to read the drabble that came out of that prompt. All drabbles will be linked to the table once they're completed. And I think drabble is such a cute word, so I'm saying it a lot. People need to use drabble more in everyday conversation.
Quick note about this journal as well before I go -- I'm thinking of using it not only as a place to archive my fanfic but also as a forum to discuss and analyze different aspects of my fandom. I do some of that at my personal journal, but I don't think I'm doing enough of it for whatever reason. I'd like to get into it more. Therefore, some discussions that aren't necessarily related to fanfic may begin appearing in the next few days or weeks. I haven't fully decided yet, but I just wanted to give you all a heads-up.