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melannen ([personal profile] melannen) wrote2015-01-22 10:16 am

Wolves!

So it's almost February! How time flies when you haven't done any fiction writing since Yuletide.

Also I think my first-half-of-February book display at work is going to be wolves and werewolves. I was going to do books about how it's okay to be single and you shouldn't feel pressure to find The One, but - and I don't know why I was surprised by this - we don't have enough books in the library system to do a display on that.

So wolves it is. I even put A Companion to Wolves on hold to use in the display. Maybe I'll actually read it first, even.

So hey, if I were to write something about wolves this February, completely for no reason at all except to jumpstart my writing again, OR even for this year's Psychic Wolves for Lupercalia fest, what should I write?

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The sequel to the Les Mis one I did last year which is basically just Eponine domming the hell out of Montparnasse
10 (27.8%)

The Reichenbach part of the ACD Holmes one
6 (16.7%)

Finish the one you started two years ago that's based on the Men Who Stare At Goats, only with wolves instead of goats
5 (13.9%)

Finish the Hogan's Heroes one you started three years ago
6 (16.7%)

Write a ficlet that is just Chewie the cat and Carol Danvers's wolfsibling Really Really Really Not Getting Along, w/ guest appearance by Rocket
14 (38.9%)

Read the copy of Frontier Wolf you got for Christmas and do something with that
11 (30.6%)

Write more of the Community werewolf AU even if werewolves don't quite count
6 (16.7%)

Something else about which I will be telling you IN DETAIL
0 (0.0%)


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