03 August 2013 @ 09:01 pm
Prompt #093: Air  
Title: Air Signs
Author: Leela ([personal profile] leela_cat)
Pairing/Characters: Sutan/Adam
Rating: NC-17
Word Count: 15x100
Content/Warning(s): Breathplay
Author's notes: Written for [community profile] glam_100, prompt #093: air. Many thanks to @MyPrivateAffair and @aislinntlc for the preread.

Air Signs )

Current Mood: thoughtful
01 August 2013 @ 06:14 pm
prompt #093: Air  
Title: Adam of the Wicca ~ Air
Pairing/Characters: Adam, Hermes, references to other Greek Gods
Rating (Word Count): 10 x 100
Warning(s): Magic and wicca, stream of consciousness (on Adam’s part – sort of?)
Author's notes: I’ve had this idea for ages now that with all of Adam’s curiosity about the occult and things off the beaten path, he must have come across wicca at some point, probably has friends who are in a coven. What would it be like for him to become a wiccan initiate? And, then, well, the Glam mods went and named the next four prompts like it was Yule or something and I kinda had to do it. Also, Minxie is a total enabler and I love her for it.

Pre-readers and Betas: Minxie, Aislinn – thank you muchly!

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30 July 2013 @ 10:14 pm
Prompt #093: Air  
Title: Remembering How to Breathe
Pairing/Characters: Adam/Tommy
Rating (Word Count): G (9 X 100)
Content(s)/Warning(s): Anxiety/panic attack
Author's notes: Timeline wise, this happens at some point during GNT. Many thanks to @aislinntlc for the beta.

Remembering How to Breathe )
28 July 2013 @ 09:09 pm
Prompt #093: Air  
We're going to take the next few prompts and explore the elements. First up is:

Prompt #093: Air

Please remember the following:

(a) Use the following header on your drabble(s):

Rating (Word Count):
Author's notes:

(b) Double check your word count before posting.
(c) Put Prompt #093: Air in the subject line of your post(s).
(d) Tag your post(s).

If you are writing a drabble set (a series of interconnected 100-word drabbles) or if the content is of an adult/triggering nature, please place everything following the header behind a cut.

Now... ready, set… GO!