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01 October 2015 @ 07:21 am
Challenge 151: TROPE BINGO  
In addition to any recs you wish to post at any time, the comm has monthly rec challenges issued by the mods.

Challenge 151:

Category: Anniversary Trope Bingo
Deadline: November 1
Challenge: To celebrate het-reccers’s anniversary, we’re kicking off a month of TROPE BINGO! Comment on this post (on LJ) or send us an ask (on Tumblr) to receive your bingo card, then post tropey recs based on your squares—five in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row gets you bingo, and each bingo (up to five) gets you an entry into our prize drawing. Any and all pairings are welcome; your bingo squares can be from as many or as few fandoms as you like. Reccing more than one fic rec per bingo square is allowed (and encouraged!), and you can complete your bingo row in just one post or a series of them. As always, be sure to check the tags for your fandom and ship and try to avoid reccing any fics that have been previously posted to the comm.

At the end of the month, 5 winners will receive a podfic of their choice, and the whole community will get to enjoy awesome recs with all your favorite fanfiction tropes, from sharing-a-bed to road-tripping to your-OTP-in-the-apocalypse!

As always, to post a rec on Tumblr, follow the simple directions on our submit page.

To post a rec on LiveJournal, you don’t need to ask for posting rights—just become a community member, copy/paste the text below, and post it as a new entry!

Katherine Joy Summersstars_inthe_sky on October 1st, 2015 04:59 pm (UTC)
A hooker AU would count, yes. We got a few different submissions on this front and tried to condense them, but our apologies if anything ended up unclear in the consolidation process!

And don't forget—diagonal counts, too! (And you can always take this as an excuse to read some new fic, of course...)

Edited at 2015-10-01 04:59 pm (UTC)
Tinny: __baby letmethinktinnny on October 1st, 2015 08:12 pm (UTC)
OK, I have more questions...

What exactly is "screwing the chain of command"?

"Epistolary" means written in letter-form (or something equivalent), right?
Katherine Joy Summersstars_inthe_sky on October 1st, 2015 08:30 pm (UTC)
"Screwing the chain of command" is anything involving workplace dynamics where one person is higher-ranked than the other. (Doesn't have to be military.)

"Epistolary" means written in letter format or involving letters being sent/read/exchanged. Correspondence, basically—emails et al are also of course fine.
Tinny: poi_reesecarterbear feels goodtinnny on October 1st, 2015 08:51 pm (UTC)
Aaaaaha! Thank you!