I’ve been editing my Brains-centric fic, Brainstorm, again as my muse allows. There’s more to write and tweaks to make before I can post it but it’s the most complete WIP I have.
While doing this, I’ve started a new drabble book, this time for a favorite webcomic, Widdershins, by Kate Ashwin. It’s a semi-historical fantasy set in pre-Victorian England and updates every week. I follow it religiously and have bought the books on Kickstarter as they’ve come out.
The prompts are for an event called Buggeruptober — which is held in August this year, likely because October is right before November … and NaNoWriMo. Here’s the list of prompts. I’m going to try and write a drabble every day but I’m going to wait until I have five done before I post them publically. I’ve done this for all my other drabble books and want to keep the same pattern. However, I’m posting them on my Tumblr, Fanfiction.net, and AO3 under the title of Introspections, in case you want to read them as I post,