Send me a pairing and a prompt:

  • *feel free to specify whatever because some of them need it*
  • Send me a "Confess" and I'll write a drabble about one character confessing to the other
  • Send me a "Kiss" and I'll write a drabble about their first kiss
  • Send me a "Hush" and I'll write a drabble about one character comforting the other (from fear or grief)
  • Send me a "Peace" and I'll write a drabble about them spending a quiet moment together
  • Send me a "Together" and I'll write a drabble about them spending their first night together (platonic, just sleeping)
  • Send me a "Sleep" and I'll write a drabble about one character watching the other sleep
  • Send me a "Guardian" and I'll write a drabble about one character swearing to always keep the other safe
  • Send me a "Important" and I'll write a drabble about one character explaining why the other is so important to them
  • Send me a "Surprise" and I'll write a drabble about one character discovering something surprising about the other
  • Send me a "Cute" and I'll write a drabble about something one character finds cute about the other
  • Send me a "Birthday" and I'll write a drabble about them spending their first birthday together
  • Send me a "Unrequited" and I'll write a drabble about one character longing for the other
  • Send me a "Stay" and I'll write a drabble about one character making the other promise that they will stay with them
  • Send me a "Loss" and I'll write a drabble about one character dying while in the arms of the other
  • Send me a "Mourn" and I'll write a drabble about one character mourning the death of the other
  • Send me a "Stop" and I'll write a drabble about one character calming the other down (from anger, jealously, etc)
  • Send me a "Tickle" and I'll write a drabble about character discovering the other is ticklish
  • Send me a "Congrats" and I'll write a drabble about their first anniversary
  • Send me a "Realize" and I'll write a drabble about one character realizing they love the other
  • Send me a "Sorry" and I'll write a drabble about one character apologizing to the other (hurting the other's feelings, do something that angered the other, etc)
  • Send me a "Hold" and I'll write a drabble about one character just wanting to hug the other
  • Send me a "Come back" and I'll write a drabble about character asking the other to return (they parted after a fight, the other has been missing for a while, etc)
  • Send me a "Push" and I'll write a drabble about one character pushing the other against a wall and kissing them
  • Send me a "Grab" and I'll write a drabble about one character grabbing the other and kissing them
  • Send me a "Lick" and I'll write a drabble about one character licking the other in a specified location
  • Send me a "Roam" and I'll write a drabble about one character touching the other all over
  • Send me a "Bite" and I'll write a drabble about one character (gently) biting the other
  • Send me a "Undress" and I'll write a drabble about one character watching the other get naked
  • Send me a "Whatever" and I'll write whatever you ask for

what is the most noticeable thing of my writing style?

accursedasche:

Explain?

SEND ME A SHIP AND A NUMBER AND I’LL WRITE A FIC

molliehooper:

  1. soulmates au
  2. childhood best friends au
  3. teacher/student au
  4. teacher/single parent au
  5. one night stand and falling pregnant au
  6. meeting at a coffee shop au
  7. fake relationship au
  8. roommates au
  9. meeting online au
  10. high school popular kid/nerd au
  11. partners in crime au
  12. writer and editor au
  13. co-stars au
  14. lab partners au
  15. meeting in the E.R/A&E au
  16. brand new neighbours au
  17. meeting at a party whilst drunk au
  18. waking up with amnesia au
  19. parents meeting when they take their kids to class au
  20. dysfunctional relationship au
  21. best friends sibling au 
  22. two miserable people meeting at a wedding au
  23. meeting on a train ride au
  24. literally bumping into each other au
  25. librarian/avid reader au
  26. sitting on the same park bench au
  27. meeting at a support group au
  28. knocking on the wrong door au
  29. going away to war au
  30. tourist/knowledgeable local au
  31. prostitute/client au
  32. doctor/companion au
  33. celebrity/fan au
  34. meeting at a masquerade ball au
  35. one of them trying to get the other one off of drugs au
  36. living in a society where their love is taboo au
  37. meeting in prison au
  38. cop/person getting a speeding ticket au
  39. long distance relationship au
  40. exes meeting again after not speaking for years au
  41. ghost/living person au
  42. star-crossed lovers au
  43. falling in love with their best friend’s partner au
  44. one of them being diagnosed with a terminal illness au
  45. pretending to hate each other au
  46. nanny/single parent au
  47. meeting at a festival au
  48. meeting again at a high school reunion au
  49. boss/intern au
  50. going through a divorce au

giving back (Rapunzel/Eugene; G)

nightmares (Rapunzel, Eugene [Rapunzel/Eugene]; G)

Rapunzel has nightmares about losing what she’s found.

like sunshine (Rapunzel/Eugene; R)

different too (Rapunzel/Kristoff; R)

different (Anna/Eugene; R)

fic: nowhere else i'd rather be (Anna and Elsa)

For Leah’s prompt: Elsa’s the maid of honor at Anna’s wedding to Kristoff, but everything is going wrong

professorspork SENT: Princess Anna(/partner if you want): touch, brocade, mirror

hannahselias:

Anna’s always liked dancing.

She remembers the balls of her youth, watching her parents and their guests twirl around the dance floor, mesmerized by how pretty everybody was and how much fun it seemed.

Elsa used to like to dance with her, recreating the twirling and spinning and dipping, until…

Now Anna only has herself to dance with, but that’s okay. She imagines a variety of partners, tall, broad-shouldered men with floppy blonde hair, or maybe thin, goofy-looking men with wide smiles. Or maybe even a cute girl with brown hair; Anna doesn’t have the experience to rule anything out, and she’s been alone so long that she thinks she’d try most anything.

Her imaginary partner today is of the tall and broad-shouldered variety, and she spins around the floor, a heavy brocade curtain wrapped around her in an imitation of a ball gown, imagining his hand on her waist.

"Oh, that’s so lovely, the, um –" She frowns, scrunching up her face. "That thing you said."

She sighs. She really needs to work on her conversation skills. If only she had somebody to talk to.

Shrugging dismissively, she continues to twirl around, humming to herself, her imaginary partner’s hand firm and solid on her waist.

After a few minutes, she catches a glimpse of herself in a mirror, and stops abruptly, skirt swishing around her legs as the curtain falls to the floor.

An odd feeling sweeps through her. There’s no broad-shouldered man with her, nobody else in the room at all, and she suddenly feels silly. With a sigh, she picks up the curtain from the floor and half drags, half carries it over to drop it in the corner before shuffling from the room.

———————-

Anna twirls down the hall, humming softly to herself, daydreaming about balls and dancing, remembering the coronation and how much fun it was, until…

She stops abruptly in front of a mirror, staring at her reflection, and then suddenly there’s someone behind her, tall, broad-shouldered, blonde, his hand resting tentatively on her shoulder.

"Anna?"

A slow smile curves her lips and she spins on her toe to look at him. “Hi, Kristoff!”

"Hey," he says, smiling back at her. "I thought maybe I’d do some exploring, and since it’s been so long since you, um, went outside the castle, I thought maybe you would, um –" He rubs a hand over the back of his neck and his shoulders rise in a shrug. "Um, do you want to come with me?"

"Definitely!" she says brightly. "I haven’t been exploring in so long. Not counting our, um, adventure." She grabs his arm and starts to drag him down the hall. "Come on."

Kristoff might not quite be the partner she always imagined for herself, but that makes him all the more interesting to her, and maybe he’s not into dancing, but that’s okay.

And as they’re tromping through the forest behind the castle later, and he takes her hand in his to help her over a fallen tree, or places his hand on her waist to steady her when she catches her foot on a root, she thinks: Maybe not all dancing is spinning in fancy dresses on shiny floors.

Maybe dancing can be walks in the woods and shared conversation, a touch and a smile, and as Kristoff takes her hand again, Anna thinks that maybe she prefers this kind of dancing.