[identity profile] lin4gondor.livejournal.com
Author:  Linaewen
Title:  Too Young
Rating:  G
Theme:  Thinking Outside the Box
Elements:  Word elements:  splinter, pique, angry.
Author's Notes:  I had a hard time coming up with something that I haven't tried before, but eventually I realized that I don't write Dwarves very often, nor do I write women, so I decided to combine the two.  To make it more of a challenge, I decided to restrict the word count.  I always find it difficult to write fixed lengths stories, so I guess that counts as out of the box!
Summary:  A mother deals with an obstinate son who is unhappy about being considered too young for an important task.
Word Count:  400 words according to Microsoft Word.

Too Young )
[identity profile] lin4gondor.livejournal.com
Author:  Linaewen
Title:  Too Young
Rating:  G
Theme:  Thinking Outside the Box
Elements:  Word elements:  splinter, pique, angry.
Author's Notes:  I had a hard time coming up with something that I haven't tried before, but eventually I realized that I don't write Dwarves very often, nor do I write women, so I decided to combine the two.  To make it more of a challenge, I decided to restrict the word count.  I always find it difficult to write fixed lengths stories, so I guess that counts as out of the box!
Summary:  A mother deals with an obstinate son who is unhappy about being considered too young for an important task.
Word Count:  400 words according to Microsoft Word.

Too Young )
[identity profile] lin4gondor.livejournal.com
Author:  Linaewen
Title:  Too Young
Rating:  G
Theme:  Thinking Outside the Box
Elements:  Word elements:  splinter, pique, angry.
Author's Notes:  I had a hard time coming up with something that I haven't tried before, but eventually I realized that I don't write Dwarves very often, nor do I write women, so I decided to combine the two.  To make it more of a challenge, I decided to restrict the word count.  I always find it difficult to write fixed lengths stories, so I guess that counts as out of the box!
Summary:  A mother deals with an obstinate son who is unhappy about being considered too young for an important task.
Word Count:  400 words according to Microsoft Word.

Too Young )
[identity profile] lin4gondor.livejournal.com
Author:  Linaewen
Title:  Too Young
Rating:  G
Theme:  Thinking Outside the Box
Elements:  Word elements:  splinter, pique, angry.
Author's Notes:  I had a hard time coming up with something that I haven't tried before, but eventually I realized that I don't write Dwarves very often, nor do I write women, so I decided to combine the two.  To make it more of a challenge, I decided to restrict the word count.  I always find it difficult to write fixed lengths stories, so I guess that counts as out of the box!
Summary:  A mother deals with an obstinate son who is unhappy about being considered too young for an important task.
Word Count:  400 words according to Microsoft Word.

Too Young )
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[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Reach for the Stars
Rating: G
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Elements: random words—die, mellow, juice
Author's Notes: The challenge was to write in a format, style or genre different than what I've written before. Well, I got to thinking about it, and the one thing I had never written was an AU that places the characters in an entirely different milieu. And I started imagining LotR as a sort of steampunkish futuristic space opera. To keep it from getting totally out of hand, I decided to do something else I haven't tried before—each chapter is a different specific fixed length: the first chapter is 100 words, the second, 200, the next, 300, etc. I don't know how well it will do as a story—but it is certainly outside MY box. (Although, well, it's still got hobbits.)
Summary: A familiar story in another time, another place altogether…
Word Count:1,500


Reach for the Stars

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Reach for the Stars
Rating: G
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Elements: random words—die, mellow, juice
Author's Notes: The challenge was to write in a format, style or genre different than what I've written before. Well, I got to thinking about it, and the one thing I had never written was an AU that places the characters in an entirely different milieu. And I started imagining LotR as a sort of steampunkish futuristic space opera. To keep it from getting totally out of hand, I decided to do something else I haven't tried before—each chapter is a different specific fixed length: the first chapter is 100 words, the second, 200, the next, 300, etc. I don't know how well it will do as a story—but it is certainly outside MY box. (Although, well, it's still got hobbits.)
Summary: A familiar story in another time, another place altogether…
Word Count:1,500


Reach for the Stars

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Reach for the Stars
Rating: G
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Elements: random words—die, mellow, juice
Author's Notes: The challenge was to write in a format, style or genre different than what I've written before. Well, I got to thinking about it, and the one thing I had never written was an AU that places the characters in an entirely different milieu. And I started imagining LotR as a sort of steampunkish futuristic space opera. To keep it from getting totally out of hand, I decided to do something else I haven't tried before—each chapter is a different specific fixed length: the first chapter is 100 words, the second, 200, the next, 300, etc. I don't know how well it will do as a story—but it is certainly outside MY box. (Although, well, it's still got hobbits.)
Summary: A familiar story in another time, another place altogether…
Word Count:1,500


Reach for the Stars

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Author: Dreamflower
Title: Reach for the Stars
Rating: G
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Elements: random words—die, mellow, juice
Author's Notes: The challenge was to write in a format, style or genre different than what I've written before. Well, I got to thinking about it, and the one thing I had never written was an AU that places the characters in an entirely different milieu. And I started imagining LotR as a sort of steampunkish futuristic space opera. To keep it from getting totally out of hand, I decided to do something else I haven't tried before—each chapter is a different specific fixed length: the first chapter is 100 words, the second, 200, the next, 300, etc. I don't know how well it will do as a story—but it is certainly outside MY box. (Although, well, it's still got hobbits.)
Summary: A familiar story in another time, another place altogether…
Word Count:1,500


Reach for the Stars

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[identity profile] blslarner.livejournal.com
Author: Larner
Title: The Enigma of the Mysterious Shop
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Element: carriage, sift, heavy
Beta:
Author's Notes: For Harrowcat for her birthday.
Summary: The shop fire Sherlock Holmes was supposed to investigate to decide if it had been caused by carelessness or arson has led to the discovery of a strange shop indeed, and two even stranger visitors to Victorian England. With apologies to Terry Pratchett and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Word count: 1782

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[identity profile] blslarner.livejournal.com
Author: Larner
Title: The Enigma of the Mysterious Shop
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Element: carriage, sift, heavy
Beta:
Author's Notes: For Harrowcat for her birthday.
Summary: The shop fire Sherlock Holmes was supposed to investigate to decide if it had been caused by carelessness or arson has led to the discovery of a strange shop indeed, and two even stranger visitors to Victorian England. With apologies to Terry Pratchett and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Word count: 1782

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[identity profile] blslarner.livejournal.com
Author: Larner
Title: The Enigma of the Mysterious Shop
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Element: carriage, sift, heavy
Beta:
Author's Notes: For Harrowcat for her birthday.
Summary: The shop fire Sherlock Holmes was supposed to investigate to decide if it had been caused by carelessness or arson has led to the discovery of a strange shop indeed, and two even stranger visitors to Victorian England. With apologies to Terry Pratchett and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Word count: 1782

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[identity profile] blslarner.livejournal.com
Author: Larner
Title: The Enigma of the Mysterious Shop
Theme: Thinking Outside the Box
Element: carriage, sift, heavy
Beta:
Author's Notes: For Harrowcat for her birthday.
Summary: The shop fire Sherlock Holmes was supposed to investigate to decide if it had been caused by carelessness or arson has led to the discovery of a strange shop indeed, and two even stranger visitors to Victorian England. With apologies to Terry Pratchett and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Word count: 1782

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Title: The Life And Times of Rushirithir (working title: other ideas from sparx "postcards from the void", "confessions of fire")
Author: Kaylee Arafinwiel
Summary: The beginnings of the Balrog of Moria...the very beginning, that is. And the end. And the middle, of course...though the middle was longest in coming. Go figure..
Elements: barter, yellow, water.
Warning: Dark, aka not at all my usual type, which is, of course, the point of a "Think Outside The Box" challenge.
A/N: I am indebted to Fiondil, whose character Rushirithir the Umaia has been used here as the true name of the Balrog of Moria, with permission. I do not claim that this is what my atar indonyo plans to do with Rushirithir (though it makes a ton of sense for a character named "Fire-Light" in Valarin.) Melkor (albeit named "Mbelkoro", his earliest Quenya name), will figure prominently in the early story.
Manawenuz is the Valarin name of Manwe.
Ulluboz is Valarin for Ulmo.

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[personal profile] dreamflower
Title: The Life And Times of Rushirithir (working title: other ideas from sparx "postcards from the void", "confessions of fire")
Author: Kaylee Arafinwiel
Summary: The beginnings of the Balrog of Moria...the very beginning, that is. And the end. And the middle, of course...though the middle was longest in coming. Go figure..
Elements: barter, yellow, water.
Warning: Dark, aka not at all my usual type, which is, of course, the point of a "Think Outside The Box" challenge.
A/N: I am indebted to Fiondil, whose character Rushirithir the Umaia has been used here as the true name of the Balrog of Moria, with permission. I do not claim that this is what my atar indonyo plans to do with Rushirithir (though it makes a ton of sense for a character named "Fire-Light" in Valarin.) Melkor (albeit named "Mbelkoro", his earliest Quenya name), will figure prominently in the early story.
Manawenuz is the Valarin name of Manwe.
Ulluboz is Valarin for Ulmo.

***Read more... )
dreamflower: (LOTR Challenges 5 by judy)
[personal profile] dreamflower
Title: The Life And Times of Rushirithir (working title: other ideas from sparx "postcards from the void", "confessions of fire")
Author: Kaylee Arafinwiel
Summary: The beginnings of the Balrog of Moria...the very beginning, that is. And the end. And the middle, of course...though the middle was longest in coming. Go figure..
Elements: barter, yellow, water.
Warning: Dark, aka not at all my usual type, which is, of course, the point of a "Think Outside The Box" challenge.
A/N: I am indebted to Fiondil, whose character Rushirithir the Umaia has been used here as the true name of the Balrog of Moria, with permission. I do not claim that this is what my atar indonyo plans to do with Rushirithir (though it makes a ton of sense for a character named "Fire-Light" in Valarin.) Melkor (albeit named "Mbelkoro", his earliest Quenya name), will figure prominently in the early story.
Manawenuz is the Valarin name of Manwe.
Ulluboz is Valarin for Ulmo.

***Read more... )
dreamflower: (LOTR Challenges 5 by judy)
[personal profile] dreamflower
Title: The Life And Times of Rushirithir (working title: other ideas from sparx "postcards from the void", "confessions of fire")
Author: Kaylee Arafinwiel
Summary: The beginnings of the Balrog of Moria...the very beginning, that is. And the end. And the middle, of course...though the middle was longest in coming. Go figure..
Elements: barter, yellow, water.
Warning: Dark, aka not at all my usual type, which is, of course, the point of a "Think Outside The Box" challenge.
A/N: I am indebted to Fiondil, whose character Rushirithir the Umaia has been used here as the true name of the Balrog of Moria, with permission. I do not claim that this is what my atar indonyo plans to do with Rushirithir (though it makes a ton of sense for a character named "Fire-Light" in Valarin.) Melkor (albeit named "Mbelkoro", his earliest Quenya name), will figure prominently in the early story.
Manawenuz is the Valarin name of Manwe.
Ulluboz is Valarin for Ulmo.

***Read more... )
[identity profile] alfirineth.livejournal.com
Author:Alfirineth
Title: An Unnamed Nazgûl
Rating:PG
Theme: Think Outside the Box
Elements: lip, plot, spark
Beta:Himben
Author's Notes:"Yet Sauron was ever guileful, and it is said that among those whom he ensnared with the Nine Rings three were great lords of Númenórean race." The Silmarillion, "The Akallabêth", p.320. I imagine that if some were 'great lords' that they wouldn't have necessarily started out evil. They might have justified their taking of the rings of Sauron by thinking of the great good that they could accomplish but, as with the One Ring, the rings were tainted by evil and could not be turned for good; thus, step by step, these great lords fell into darkness. I wondered if they ever remembered their former lives, and even if they did, wouldn't that memory be twisted by their current condition? Who can truly love anyone when they have given themselves over to selfishness, dominion, and ill-gotten power?
Summary:When left to his own devices, what does a Nazgûl think about?
Word Count:284

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[identity profile] alfirineth.livejournal.com
Author:Alfirineth
Title: An Unnamed Nazgûl
Rating:PG
Theme: Think Outside the Box
Elements: lip, plot, spark
Beta:Himben
Author's Notes:"Yet Sauron was ever guileful, and it is said that among those whom he ensnared with the Nine Rings three were great lords of Númenórean race." The Silmarillion, "The Akallabêth", p.320. I imagine that if some were 'great lords' that they wouldn't have necessarily started out evil. They might have justified their taking of the rings of Sauron by thinking of the great good that they could accomplish but, as with the One Ring, the rings were tainted by evil and could not be turned for good; thus, step by step, these great lords fell into darkness. I wondered if they ever remembered their former lives, and even if they did, wouldn't that memory be twisted by their current condition? Who can truly love anyone when they have given themselves over to selfishness, dominion, and ill-gotten power?
Summary:When left to his own devices, what does a Nazgûl think about?
Word Count:284

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[identity profile] alfirineth.livejournal.com
Author:Alfirineth
Title: An Unnamed Nazgûl
Rating:PG
Theme: Think Outside the Box
Elements: lip, plot, spark
Beta:Himben
Author's Notes:"Yet Sauron was ever guileful, and it is said that among those whom he ensnared with the Nine Rings three were great lords of Númenórean race." The Silmarillion, "The Akallabêth", p.320. I imagine that if some were 'great lords' that they wouldn't have necessarily started out evil. They might have justified their taking of the rings of Sauron by thinking of the great good that they could accomplish but, as with the One Ring, the rings were tainted by evil and could not be turned for good; thus, step by step, these great lords fell into darkness. I wondered if they ever remembered their former lives, and even if they did, wouldn't that memory be twisted by their current condition? Who can truly love anyone when they have given themselves over to selfishness, dominion, and ill-gotten power?
Summary:When left to his own devices, what does a Nazgûl think about?
Word Count:284

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[identity profile] alfirineth.livejournal.com
Author:Alfirineth
Title: An Unnamed Nazgûl
Rating:PG
Theme: Think Outside the Box
Elements: lip, plot, spark
Beta:Himben
Author's Notes:"Yet Sauron was ever guileful, and it is said that among those whom he ensnared with the Nine Rings three were great lords of Númenórean race." The Silmarillion, "The Akallabêth", p.320. I imagine that if some were 'great lords' that they wouldn't have necessarily started out evil. They might have justified their taking of the rings of Sauron by thinking of the great good that they could accomplish but, as with the One Ring, the rings were tainted by evil and could not be turned for good; thus, step by step, these great lords fell into darkness. I wondered if they ever remembered their former lives, and even if they did, wouldn't that memory be twisted by their current condition? Who can truly love anyone when they have given themselves over to selfishness, dominion, and ill-gotten power?
Summary:When left to his own devices, what does a Nazgûl think about?
Word Count:284

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