February 28th, 2015

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Sign Ups is now closed for prompt #149.

+ Remember, participants have until Tuesday, March 3rd at 8 PM(EST) to submit your drabbles and/or art.

+ The posting formats can be found here.

+ If you were looking for a possible beta for your works, we created a post where people can offer their help at Find-A-Beta.

+ Remember that once you have made a total of FIVE entries to the community, you may apply for a contributor tag by leaving a comment here.

+ Also don't forget to Donate-A-Prompt.When posting a prompt,it could be a one word prompt, a phrase, art, drawing, picture, quote or song. You can post as many as you want. So go crazy!

Should you be done before the due date, you are welcome to post as soon as sign ups closes!

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Drabble: A bit of a problem

Author: archaeologist_d
Title: A bit of a problem
Rating: G
Pairing/s: Arthur/Merlin
Character/s: Arthur, Merlin
Summary: Arthur really should have checked first.
Warnings: none
Word Count: 177
Prompt: #165 Courtship
Author's Notes: None. I will be away from the internet until next week so won't be able to respond.

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Magical Sex Hotel

Author: hart_d
Title: Magical Sex Hotel
Rating: PG-13
Pairing/s: Arthur/Merlin
Character/s: George, Leon, Arthur, Merlin, Aithusa
Summary: Leon's hotel has just hosted the royal honeymoon.  His employee George isn't happy.
Warnings: None
Word Count: 943
Prompt: Courtship
Author's Notes: Going back to George for some humor!

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Not Leaving It To Chance

Author: digthewriter
Title: Not Leaving It To Chance
Rating: PG
Character/s: Will, Arthur, Gwen, Merlin, Kara, Morgana
Summary: Arthur's fate is to be with Merlin, and he's not leaving it to chance.
Warnings: A series of letters. Swearing. Modern!Au.
Word Count: 700
Prompt: Courtiship for camelot_drabble
Author's Notes: Author knows nothing of UK airport security or Interpol (ha, but seriously). Everything is made up, as is fiction. Continuation of last week's "A Last Chance." UNBETAED

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