Mar. 2nd, 2017

[identity profile] kayleelupin.livejournal.com
B2MeM Prompt and Path: “Night” Anne Bronte (Purple)
Format: ficlet
Genre: hurt/comfort, adventure? (I'm honestly guessing, someone tell me what they think, lol)
Rating:PG-13
Warnings:mentions of offscreen deaths in war.
Characters:Legolas, Gimli, original female character
Pairings:none
Creator’s Notes (optional):Faelivrin is a new OC of mine.
Summary:In the green hills of Gondor, a daughter of the western villages was left behind to die in the night.

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[personal profile] ysilme
B2MeM Prompt and Path: Day & Night (purple path)
Format: traditional art/drawing
Genre: general
Rating: G
Warnings: none
Characters: sun & moon
Pairings: N/A
Creator’s Notes: Created for the B2MeM 2017 gameboard. Traditional drawing with coloured pencils on Bristol paper.
Summary: Sun and moon

Night and Day by Ysilme )
[identity profile] engarian.livejournal.com
B2MeM Prompt and Path:Freedom, Red
Format:Ficlet
Genre:Deathfic
Rating:PG
Warnings:Battle, Death
Characters:Anonymous Orc
Pairings:None
Creator’s Notes:Tolkien provided the sandbox, I merely play with the bucket and shovel he left behind. No profit of any kind is made from my fanworks.
Summary:As the final battle of the War of the Last Alliance got underway, Sauron threw all of his troops at the enemy. One of them was an anonymous orc who had never been outside of his den before.

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[personal profile] ladybrooke
B2MeM Prompt and Path: Black and White - Blue Path
Format: Drabble & Art
Genre: Drabble - Horror & Drama; Art - Illuminated Manuscript?
Rating: Adult
Warnings: Character death; Human sacrifice via burning
Characters: OCs, Sauron
Pairings: N/A
Creator’s Notes (optional): Quote in art from The Silmarillion, "Akallabêth", pg 328 in the Kindle edition.
Summary: In Númenor, men will even sacrifice their family members for Sauron

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[identity profile] heartofoshun.livejournal.com
B2MeM Prompt and Path: black and white (blue path: artwork)
Format: digital art, sketch with written copy
Genre: AU, humor, other
Rating: Gen
Warnings: no warnings apply
Characters: Olwë (more will be added as chapters are added)
Pairings: none so far
Creator’s Notes (optional): Chapter 1 – Swan Ships
Summary:
The copy for these are written by a reader who is on the mailing lists of far too many publishing companies. Why not use some of the dozens of prompts of yet another annual B2MeM to design book covers or ads, write ad copy, review, or draft summaries of books I would not be likely to write? I'm not writing any of these. Do not ask! But if you want to adopt any as plot bunnies, knock yourself out!

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[personal profile] ladybrooke
B2MeM Prompt and Path: Abstract - Blue Path
Format: Drabble & Art
Genre: Drabble - Drama; Art - Abstract, Watercolor
Rating: Teen
Warnings: Character death
Characters: Arien, Carcharoth
Pairings: N/A
Creator’s Notes (optional): This was supposed to be Arien and Tilion. I am not an artist, though, and especially not with abstract art. So random dark shape that was supposed to be Tilion became a wolf, and here we go.
Summary: Carcharoth bit down on a Silmaril. He is unafraid of Arien's flames.

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[personal profile] dreamflower
B2MeM Prompt and Path: The Purple Path, prompts one and two: Full Moon and Bronte quote.
Format: Bedtime Story
Genre: Humor
Rating: G
Warnings: n/a
Characters: The Man-in-the-Moon, Gandalf, Roverandom, Moon Rover
Pairings: n/a
Creator’s Notes (optional): This is a crossover between LotR, The Silmarillion, the well-known table-dancing song "The Man in the Moon Stayed Up Too Late", and one of Tolkien's lesser known works, Roverandom. (With most of the story being with the latter two.)
Roverandom is a charming story, one that was made up for Tolkien's sons John, Michael and Christopher, during a vacation at the Yorkshire coast in 1925. Like The Hobbit, it was a story he told to them aloud, and was written down much later. It was not published in Tolkien's lifetime, but was one of his many works brought to us by the grown up Little Boy Three, Christopher, who was only a year old at the time of its first telling.
The little dog, Roverandom, is the hero of this picaresque story, who goes through many amazing adventures before he finds a home with Little Boy Two (Michael, who was about five at the time of the story).
By the way, I decided to take my first prompt very literally! ;-)
Summary: The Man-in-the-Moon visits an old friend at a Merry Old Inn in Bree, while his doggy friends worry at home.

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[personal profile] dawn_felagund
B2MeM Prompt and Path: Worldbuilding (orange/nonfiction path)
Format: essay
Genre: meta/nonfiction
Rating: General
Warnings: none
Characters: House of Finwë, Valar
Pairings: none
Summary: Fantasy writers, including creators of Tolkien-based fanworks, have long struggled to depict the "otherness" of realms like Aman. In the past, the Tolkien fan fiction community showed a preference for an idealistic portrayal of Aman that left little room for imperfection. My work has long taken the opposite approach, and in this essay, I argue for the artistic need and canonical basis for grounding stories set in Aman in a more recognizable reality of human experience.

On Writing Aman, or the Balance between the Mythic and the Real )
[identity profile] kayleelupin.livejournal.com
B2MeM Prompt & Path: Green Path - “It was the possibility of darkness that made the day seem so bright.” - Stephen King
Format: Ficlet
Genre: Gapfiller
Rating: General?
Warnings: none
Characters: Mablung, Beleg, Túrin, Gethron, Grithnir, Nellas, Saeros, Elu, Melian
Pairings: Elu/Melian, obviously. But not the focus
Summary: The young Túrin is led to the gates of Menegroth. What welcome will he receive?

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[identity profile] silverstarspray.livejournal.com
B2MeM Prompt & Path: Green Path - “It was the possibility of darkness that made the day seem so bright.” - Stephen King
Format: Ficlet
Genre: Gapfiller
Rating: General
Warnings: none
Characters: Bergil, OC
Pairings: none
Summary: The Gates of Minas Tirith are broken, but the wind is changing.

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