Give me fic prompts!

Hey there, it’s your friendly neighborhood NaNo Glee girl, sending out the call for prompts for November’s National Novel Writing Month! 50,000 words seems like a lot when you say it out loud, but look at some of the greatest fics in our fandom! I’ve read a story with literally more than ten times that. That’s a half a MILLION words.

So really, 50,000 words shouldn’t be too big of a challenge. But I’m low on inspiration, or more the fact that I can’t decide what to write. So I’m calling on you fic readers. Give me the prompts you haven’t bothered to put up on the Glee Kink Meme. Give me your odd pairings, your scary fetishes (no promises though), but most importantly - give me what you want to read! Give me your diehard OTP that you’re tired of people messing up canon on. I promise you little to no typos. I’m American (and only mention that because it means I instinctively get the lingo write), I’m not 14, and I can actually write a cogent sentence.

I’ll do a couple teasers tomorrow of prompts I’ve already gotten. Follow me, drop me a prompt, or just track the tag ‘nanogleegirl’.

Getting things started

Welcome to my NaNoWriMo tumblr. I won’t actually be using this much until November comes, when I’ll begin posting daily, but I wanted to get it set up and have somewhere to put the prompts. If you’re reading this, please, drop me a prompt.

Make it a picture, an ad, a seed sentence, a fully thought out idea that you just don’t feel like turning into an actual story. I am willing to write any pairing on Glee ONCE. I make no promises after that.

Some will probably be super short. Others may become long and continuous. I’ll title and tag things so if you get invested in a specific storyline, you don’t have to read everything I write to get there.

I am a Brittana shipper. It’s my personal OTP. Like I said, I can and will write any pairing. Once. I prefer to write femslash pairings.

Once the month is up, if I think any of what I wrote is any good, I’ll put it on my normal fanfiction listings. For now, I’m going to shed any preconceived notions people may have about me as a writer and just go for it.