January 20th, 2018

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Crowdfunding Creative Jam

The [community profile] crowdfunding Creative Jam is now open with a theme of "Unicorns." Come give us prompts, or claim some for your own inspiration!


What I Have Written

"Unicorns Are Yellow" is today's freebie.

"The Attack of the Dragon Shrimp" is a free-verse poem about giant shrimp that can seen invisible things, such as unicorns.
31 lines, Buy It Now = $15

Your elements prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Greater Than the Sum." It looks as unicorns and the features they have in common with other animals.
41 lines, Buy It Now = $20

Your horn prompt inspired the free-verse poem "Healing Horns." After a battle, the unicorns come to help the wounded.
8 lines, Buy It Now = $5

This inspired the free-verse poem "Hearing Hoofbeats." The unicorns share their powers in the fever season.
47 lines, Buy It Now = $20


From My Prompts

[personal profile] freshbakedlady has written the story "Belief Is Sight" based on my prompt, about learning to see unicorns.

"The Black Unicorns" is a clever and creepy story by [personal profile] ng_moonmoth.  It's kind of a fantasy version of alien motifs.


From someone else's prompts, [personal profile] alexseanchai wrote "From Town to Forest," about unicorns and assault survivors.

[personal profile] freshbakedlady has posted "The Longest Hunt," one of the best unicorn stories I have read.  It's on desire and surrender.


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Review: Trader Joe's Lacey's Cookies

My giant package of chocolates included a carton of Trader Joe's Lacey's Cookies Milk Chocolate Macadamia Nut.  These were quite tasty.  Very sweet chocolate and good nutty flavor.  However, I wouldn't really describe them as cookies -- they're more like two very thin slabs of nut brittle glued together with the chocolate.  Never had anything like these before.  While I'm not a big fan of hard cookies, I did enjoy them.  If you like crunchy, crispy cookies and/or nut brittle then definitely give these a try.