write me a story and i'll sing you a song.

 

promptsinpanem:

Hello guys!
Round six of PiP has been an incredibly successful venture for writers, artists and readers alike. Both the quality and quantity of submissions were absolutely astounding. Still, there were many of you that were just not quite able to make the deadline. It’s totally understandable that everyone has a busy real life/schedule, so PiP would like to offer a make-up opportunity.
For two days only, promptsinpanem will be opening up submissions again. So, at 12:01 AM on Saturday, September 6th until midnight on Sunday, September 7th, you may submit fan fiction or artwork for any of the prompts that you may have missed during round six.
See you then!
Please make it clear in either the summary or the title of your work for which daily prompt you are submitting. 

To everyone who read, wrote and enjoyed, thank you all for making this fandom so wonderful. As someone who just dabbles, the support I receive is mind-blowing and that wouldn’t happen without you guys. As for PiP, nothing would be as awesome as what this challenge promotes and I thank you for organizing something this beneficial. 
I’ll be participating in the make up days, I half finished my last two stories and I’d like to get them out there for anyone who’s interested. 
But I wanted to just say thanks. Stay gold, Ponyboy.

promptsinpanem:

Hello guys!

Round six of PiP has been an incredibly successful venture for writers, artists and readers alike. Both the quality and quantity of submissions were absolutely astounding. Still, there were many of you that were just not quite able to make the deadline. It’s totally understandable that everyone has a busy real life/schedule, so PiP would like to offer a make-up opportunity.

For two days only, promptsinpanem will be opening up submissions again. So, at 12:01 AM on Saturday, September 6th until midnight on Sunday, September 7th, you may submit fan fiction or artwork for any of the prompts that you may have missed during round six.

See you then!

Please make it clear in either the summary or the title of your work for which daily prompt you are submitting. 

To everyone who read, wrote and enjoyed, thank you all for making this fandom so wonderful. As someone who just dabbles, the support I receive is mind-blowing and that wouldn’t happen without you guys. As for PiP, nothing would be as awesome as what this challenge promotes and I thank you for organizing something this beneficial.

I’ll be participating in the make up days, I half finished my last two stories and I’d like to get them out there for anyone who’s interested.

But I wanted to just say thanks. Stay gold, Ponyboy.

Behind the Blue Door - Blue

promptsinpanem:

The problem with memories is the anchor that holds them. Words and smells can be flimsy, imperfect, hard to capture. But colours - colours can be everything.

A series of one-shots through the muddled mind of Peeta Mellark, survivor of the Hunger Games and life behind the blue door.

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Almost didn’t make it.

Anonymous asked
I LOVE YOUUU !! Thank you for this bittersweet chapter !

No thank YOUUUUU my dear!

Behind the Blue Door - Green

promptsinpanem:

The problem with memories is the anchor that holds them. Words and smells can be flimsy, imperfect, hard to capture. But colours - colours can be everything.

A series of one-shots through the muddled mind of Peeta Mellark, survivor of the Hunger Games and life behind the blue door.

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Whoooops here’s the green one!

Posi+ive chapter 23 is up! ff.net / AO3 I love you all. I don’t have much else to say. 

Posi+ive chapter 23 is up! ff.net / AO3 I love you all. I don’t have much else to say. 

Behind the Blue Door - Yellow

promptsinpanem:

The problem with memories is the anchor that holds them. Words and smells can be flimsy, imperfect, hard to capture. But colours - colours can be everything.

A series of one-shots through the muddled mind of Peeta Mellark, survivor of the Hunger Games and life behind the blue door.

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This one too! I am on a roll.

joshs-left-earlobe said:
I just read Behind the Blue Door and really loved it. Peeta’s pov is always a win, but you captured that tense emotion so well. Love it!

Hi! Thank you. I feel like I’m going back to my roots wit Peeta-bread POV. I always liked him the best for telling stories.

Behind the Blue Door - Orange

promptsinpanem:

The problem with memories is the anchor that holds them. Words and smells can be flimsy, imperfect, hard to capture. But colours - colours can be everything.

A series of one-shots through the muddled mind of Peeta Mellark, survivor of the Hunger Games and life behind the blue door.

Read More

And I wrote this one too.

notanislander asked
Loved, loved, loved Behind the Blue Door! Please tell me you'll upload it to AO3? And will you be writing more for PIP?

Yes, it’ll all go up to AO3 and ff.net after PiP is done. I’m planning to write one as part of the series for every challenge, but some are coming along easier than others. Hopefully it works the way I want!