01 March 2011 @ 06:37 pm
...I'm trying to get some more writing done. But writer's block is kicking my ass. So I'm hoping the awesome ppl in my flist can help me out.

Leave me a short prompt and a pairing that I'm likely to write and I'll write you something for it. More than likely it'll be short, but you never know. Just need to get the creative juices flowin' and I'm hoping this will help.

As far as pairings, I'm pretty limited as y'all probably know. But if Sam's there somewhere, I'll more than likely give it a shot. I've written Sam/Gabriel, Sam/Castiel, Sam/Dean, Sam/Brady and am trying my hand at J2. As well as Jared/Misha and Jared/Richard, though fair warning, I've never written them before. So... yeah.

Hit me!

~wolfish willow

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16 June 2010 @ 11:34 pm
...for yoy guys.

Okay, I've never written any type of fight scene before. Well, I have, but it was in an original fiction of mine and it wasn't very good. Not to mention, it's way different to the fighting scene I was trying to write just now. I've written a torture scene, kinda, before in my Sam/Dean fic. But my Sam/Gabriel fics have all been without fighting of any sort. So I'm a bit out of my league here.

My question is whether you think it might work if I, maybe, allude to the fight. Where I have the one character lunge forward, there's a clattering of weapons or whatever. And then it's the aftermath and we find out whether the enemy lived or died. Maybe have the first character tell someone else about the fight later when they ask.

I'm just not really sure if something like that would go over well with the readers. And I figured that since I'm stuck, I may as well ask for my f-list's opinion, since you're probably gonna be the ones who end up reading it.

So what do you think? I tough it out and try to get some fighting written? Or do I write the aftermath of the fight? I'd appreciate any thoughts on this. Don't be shy. ;D

Thanks so much for reading this. Can't wait to get your opinions! <3<3<3
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