I am now taking prompts on the theme of In the City
When Evangaline’s Aunt died, it fell to her to clean out the old house where her Aunt had lived and, before her Aunt Asta, her Aunt’s Aunt Ruan (family history stopped there, but Evangaline felt as if, if she tracked it back far enough, there would be an unbroken line of Aunts back into pre-history). As a childless Aunt herself, she accepted that the house would now become hers, but not that she needed to keep the piles of accumulated auntieness that filled it.
Thus began Heirlooms & Old Lace (LJ), the first story in Aunt Family (LJ) series, from a prompt of "A tarot deck (or seer) that is possessed by demon(s)" See my Landing Page (LJ) for more of my settings.
I will write (over the next week) at least one microfic (150-500 words) to each prompter.
If you have donated, I will write to every prompt you left.
In addition, for each $5 you donate, I will write an additional 500 words to the prompt(s) of your choice.
For every linkback I receive, I will post another 50 words on a story (See the poll for setting here on DW and here on LJ
If I get two new commenters or one new donator, I will write a setting piece (setting chosen by poll).
And, of course, donations are always well-received:
If I reach $50, T. and I will have Indian take-out. At this level, anyone who donated $7.50 or more will have a copy of "Alder by Post" mailed to them if they wish
If I reach $286, after our detour into furnaceland, we will reach giraffe-kingdom! The giraffe carpet will be entirely funded, and I will post a bajillion pictures of the lovely carpet and half-complete room. I will also write another encyclopedia pages for a setting of your choice. A lucky prompter will get, also, their own 1000-word special.
If we reach $300, we'll have covered the hardware for the bedroom!
For more information on Giraffe Calls, see the landing page.
This Giraffe's Call's goal, $201, is to pay for my our recent emergency furnace repair bills.
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