Thursday, 14 April 2016

Drabblerotic Animal Magnetism - L is for Long-Eared Owl m/m - #AtoZChallenge 2016



Welcome to FB3X Drabblerotic 2016.
A to Z Challenge 2016

This post contains adult themes
The Way Drabblerotic Works

it's really very simple. We'll write a drabble every day inspired by our word of the day and we want you to be inspired too, just write :). Our theme this year is
Animal Magnetism
And we're being inspired by the fauna of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Our word today is
L is for Long-Eared Owl.



Contains adult themes,
or language
Unfortunate (m/m, PG, fantasy)
by Natasha Duncan-Drake








Author's Note

Just something cute today :) Happy AtoZing.
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Trem thought Yaani looked ridiculous with the feathers sticking up from his head, but he wasn't about to say so. It was traditional for wizards to honour their spirit animal when they graduated to adept. Yaani's happened to be a long-eared owl.

"You don't have to say it," Yaani said, "I look like a right plonker."

"I think they're cute," Trem replied with almost a straight face.

"You're lucky I love you or I'd hex you."

That was it, Trem couldn't help it, chuckles bubbled out of him. Next year is would be his turn and then Yaani could laugh.

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Instructions

To see all the entries in Drabblerotic, check out the list at the bottom of this post.

A drabble is a work of 100 words exactly. Flash fiction is a work of up to 500 words. Both may be submitted to Drabblerotic.



So What Can You Write? The simple answer is - anything! Our work here on FB3X will be erotically themed. but feel free to take the inspiration any way you want to, fiction, fanfiction, non-fiction, meta, any genre you want to write, since variety is the spice of life!

To those struck by inspiration (and no you don't have to be a professional writer to join in, anyone can embrace their inner author):
  • Below you will find a chance to join in Drabblerotic in the form of a linked list
    • Write a drabble/flash fiction inspired by the word of the week.
    • Post the fiction to your own blog, social media, or website 
    • Then insert a link into the linked list to that drabble/flash fiction for everyone to find (A hint of the genre of your drabble/flash fiction in the title of your post would be appreciated.), e.g. A Little Bit of Fun (PG, Science Fiction)
    • To encourage your friends to join in and hence cascade the fun, you can also add the list into your own post by copying the code.
  • OR you can just write us something in the comments :)
    For folks who enjoy reading drabbles/flash fiction: you can then peruse Drabblerotic to your heart's content :).
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    Other AtoZ Blogs
    We are also sharing blogging duties on one other blog for the AtoZ:

    And we also have own blogs in the AtoZ as well:
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    To visit other AtoZChallenge Blogs, click here to see the full list.
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    Share your drabbles, or flash fiction inspired by our word of the day. To join in, just post your piece to your blog/social media/website and add your link to the list with Title (Rating, Genre), e.g. A Little Bit of Fun (PG, Science Fiction) and then to perpetuate the cascade, add the list code to the bottom of your post :)

    To share this list on your own blog, copy the code below and paste into your post.
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    4 comments:

    1. You can't help but smile at that.

      Mason
      Alex's Ninja Minion

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    2. Reminds me of the 1980's look of wearing feathers in one's hair. Truly adorable.
      Awakening Dreams and Conquering Nightmares with a Pen
      Happy blogging!

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    3. Aaaawhhhhh. And now my mind is planning how to make the feather tufts look fashionably chic.

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