Okay, Lunarites, I owe you an apology.
Three months ago I randomly dropped the challenge. Dropped the ball, so to speak, and did not return with it. I got caught up with all the other blogging, all the other posts, creating some kind of work-life balance, and… well, kind of forgot about Stellar and Lunar. I’m sorry for that.
Anyway, it is back tonight. I’d been rummaging through my mind, which inspires so many spontaneous drips of ideas, and decided to return to our regular Thursday slot.
Your new challenge (3 December – 10 December) is luminescence.
Our new set of rules:
- This is a fiction challenge. Poems, fiction under 1,500 words… tiny stories, if you want.
- I will post a new challenge each Thursday (New Zealand time) and you have a week to complete it. I preferred, when this challenge was in its origins, to create an individual new post rather than trying to work out the magic-page thingy. (Those are some top-grade shenanigans, I tells you.)
- You can either drop a link in the comments on the week’s challenge post (like this one), or create a pingback.
- Or you can go to the challenge page (here) and drop the link/pingback to it.
Okay. That’s that. I’m going to pop over to the challenge’s page (up top with the categories) and update that to match this. You will also find challenges on there as they change each week. Tag it with Stellar and Lunar in the post, use hashtag #stellarandlunar or tweet it to me on Twitter. Drop it on the Facebook page, too. I have both of those linked up in the widgets.