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Gakked from--Jesus, my entire flist, but most specifically from wickedwords as she is the one my eyes didn't slide by.

The 'Tell Me What to Create' AnonyMeme!

The rules are simple. You comment with your username, and people can tell you what they want to see you write. Or draw, or vid, or icon, whatever. Despite the name, they don't have to do it anonymously, though of course they certainly can. You then go through the comments and if you see that person who you've always wanted to write a Green Arrow AU set in the Terror, where Ollie is a Scarlet Pimpernel-esque figure, smuggling people out of Paris, then you tell them that they should write it.

Artists/writers/vidders are under no obligation to actually create these things, of course. But those memes are always fun when they go 'round and, well, I don't know about you, but I have no shame left and am fully willing to call a spade a spade: TELL ME WHAT TO WRITE, PLEASE!

I'm very curious. Er. I can promise at least one or two of the prompts will be answered within a month. Or two. No, a month. Okay. Thirty days.

Hmm.
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This meme sounds like fun, and so does the 'ask me what happens before or after one of my stories and I'll write 1,000 words' meme I saw on Hth's LJ, but I'm more a 'Ask what your country can do for you' kind of girl right now. I've spent the last few weeks dragging myself home from work exhausted, thinking I should work on that YCDAO sequel that's all outlined and done with in my head, but all I can manage is food and sleep. We need a 'write my own sequels for me' meme.

I'll go away and think about something to ask from you, though.

See, you had to tell me there is a sequel, and I'm not even over my hopeless crush on the original.

God.

A write my own sequels for me meme would *rock*. I could clear out my wip folder in like, ten minutes.

Exactly. You give *other people* the specks and *they* do the hard work. There's no bad, here.

It's a small sequel. Nowhere near the scale of the first, don't worry. iamsab said the readership wouldn't make it past the first sections before running for their lives, so I should just as well keep it short.

I am not even going to ask, just wait with laudable patience.

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