David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines

Yuletide guessing game!

I've seen a few other people do this, and I think it's fun. So! Comments are screened on this post. Tell me which Yuletide stories you think are mine! After the reveal, I'll announce the contest winner(s).

Are there valuable prizes? NO! But each correct answer gets you one ficlet. In other words, if you correctly guess one story, then you can throw me a prompt, a pairing, a character, a scenario, whatever in a fandom with which I'm reasonably familiar, and I'll write you at least a hundred words of it. Two stories, you can throw me two prompts, and so on. If you guess every story I wrote, you can get ficlets -- or you can trade them in on one story of at least a thousand words in a fandom with which I'm familiar. Think of it as an extra bit of Yuletide cheer.

I wrote five Yuletide stories. Every single one is over a thousand words. A lot of you guys will have at least one gimme. Y'all know how I think and you know how I write. Go to it.
Tags: yuletide

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