There are no more truly original ideas.
If you believe that your idea is 100% original, it’s not.
If you’re seeking a story idea that’s 100% original, give up. You won’t find one.
This doesn’t have to be the death knell in your writerly ambitions. In fact, it’s…
Since some people have been confusing manips for real photos, I thought It would be helpful to make a masterpost of the most commonly mistaken photos. Some before and afters with links to their makers.
private photo + Bradley with Dominique Moore from Dis/Connected (2008) = Manip by:…
T rated - numerous light pairings
After Freya’s death, Merlin is feeling especially low and under-appreciated, but a chance encounter with an unusual creature starts to help him with the healing process. However, nothing in Camelot is ever as straight forward as it seems and Merlin’s new friend has an agenda of her own.
Target word count = 30K. Actual word count = 30,811
Based on this 100 word drabble:
The Cup of Life
She lived deep within Camelot’s walls, seeking food for her family, not meaning any harm.
The others had left some time ago, seeking alternative forms of nourishment, because how could you survive when your only food source was banned?
And her kind breathed and ate magic.
Yet there was still some food here: a hidden artefact, an old book, a quietly cast spell. She often tracked one particular human as he walked the corridors; his presence alone sustaining her for a whole day.
And yesterday, under some rubble, she had found a cup.
Her family would never go hungry again.
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