[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
THE QUOTE: Look back, and smile on perils past" - Walter Scott
Word Count: 872
Gen
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[identity profile] mrua7.livejournal.com

THE QUOTE: Look back, and smile on perils past" - Walter Scott


“We’ve been through a lot haven’t we?” Napoleon Solo was relaxing, chatting with his partner as they were riding a train from Florida to Washington D.C.  They were delivering a packet of documents, though there was no rush apparently as Waverly had them booked on this mode of transportation.


It was nice for a change, more leg room, a club car and sleeping accommodations. All in all it had been a comfortable trip so far, no partiers no Thrushies to deal with... nothing out of the ordinary.


“Yes we have my friend.” Illya finally answered; he was busy watching through the window as the landscape whisked past.


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[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
Genre: GEN
Length: approx 1650 words
Rating: Everyone
Warnings: None

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[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com


I am opening posting for the QuoteME #4: 2016 challenge a few hours early on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu as I don't know what time I'll be around to log into my desktop computer tomorrow and would rather open the posting slightly early than late. So go for it, starting now! ;-)

Please be sure and give your post a subject reflective of the challenge (including a title for the story itself). Do use the quoteme tag to identify your story. As a courtesy, please remember to place the majority of your story under a cut.

Posting for the challenge will be open until Saturday, October 15th.
[identity profile] glennagirl.livejournal.com
Cool Running
Fire and Ice
Fires of the Soul
Prelude of Light

These are from last February, THE QUOTE:
The works must be conceived with fire in the soul but executed with clinical coolness. 
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
This is just a final reminder that the fourth and last challenge in the 2016 QuoteME series here on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu gets underway this weekend (posting October 8th through October 15th).

So what perils will you have the guys looking back on and smiling at those recollections? ;-)

The guidelines for QuoteME #4: 2016 can be found here.
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
This is just a reminder that the fourth and final challenge in the 2016 QuoteME series here on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu gets underway next month (posting October 8th through October 15th). The quote for this one just seems appropriate for the sentiments of the fall season.

The guidelines for QuoteME #4: 2016 can be found here.
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
The third QuoteME 2016 challenge is in the books! Many thanks to those who participated!

The last challenge in this series for this year is set to take place in the fullness of autumn and the quote I think a particularly apropos sentiment for that season of the year (as well as for the job our guys do).

So without further ado, here is the prompt and posting schedule for the QuoteME 4: 2016 challenge.

THE QUOTE: Look back, and smile on perils past.
MADE BY: Walter Scott


CHALLENGE: Write an MFU fanfic story regarding the idea embodied in the above quote. The quote doesn't have to verbally appear within the context of the story; the idea it embodies just needs to be captured in that story. The quote, however, should be placed separately at the top of the story.

STATISTICAL STUFF: Minimum of 500 words (drabbles are not incorporated in this particular challenge) with no set maximum. Must fit into the overall concepts of this community, i.e., contain no explicit adult material and reflect the 1960s series in style and content.

POSTING: To this forum starting on Saturday, October 8th, and ending on Saturday, October 15th.
[identity profile] ssclassof56.livejournal.com
Quote: Loneliness expresses the pain of being alone and solitude expresses the glory of being alone.
Genre: Gen
Word Count: Approx. 3000

This is a follow-up to Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, my piece for the 2016 Valentine's Challenge. Thank you to Mrua7 for her Valentine's prompt and continuing inspiration. Thanks to Otherhawk for Shpion.


Alexander Waverly blew another smoke ring but did not watch its progress. As with his agents, having sent it on its mission, he presumed that it would carry on as directed. The circlet dutifully rose and expanded, eventually dissolving into the haze of Isle of Dogs 22 at the peak of the ceiling. Waverly's eyes remained closed, his mind otherwise occupied. He rested one hand lightly on a panel of buttons; with the other he tapped his pipe against his lips.

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[identity profile] rose-of-pollux.livejournal.com
The Quote: "Loneliness expresses the pain of being alone and solitude expresses the glory of being alone." -- Paul Tillich

Title: Bolero of Fire
Rating: PG13
Word count: ~3300
Author: Rose of Pollux

(Cross-posted to fanfiction.net and AO3, if you prefer reading there. This is an "early days" fic, the sequel to the "Minuet of Forest I posted some months ago--and a continuation of the "Baron of THRUSH" storyline.

A month of research, intelligence work, interrogating prisoners, and some amount of what fellow agents referred to as “Solo’s luck” got the information that Moran was heading for Monte Carlo. And Napoleon was very eager to apprehend him in this time.

“Between the audio evidence we have of him being the Baron of THRUSH, as well as his failed plot to use that paralytic gas, we have enough to bring him in and put him away,” Napoleon declared quietly as they traveled on the flight to Monte Carlo.

“But there is also a chance he might be planning something at one of the casinos there at Monte Carlo,” Illya said. “It’s been a month since Rio; that is more than enough time for them to have replenished the paralytic or come up with an alternate plan.”

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[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
Name: THE WAY THEY WERE
Genre: GEN
Length: approx 725 words
Rating: Everyone
Warnings: None

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[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com


I am opening posting for the QuoteME #3: 2016 challenge a day early on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu as I just won't be around a computer this weekend. So go for it, starting now! ;-)

Please be sure and give your post a subject reflective of the challenge (including a title for the story itself). Do use the quoteme tag to identify your story. As a courtesy, please remember to place the majority of your story under a cut.

Posting for the challenge will be open until Saturday, July 31st.
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
This is just a reminder that the third challenge in the 2016 QuoteME series here on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu gets underway in a few weeks (posting July 23rd through July 30th). The quote for this one was picked with Illya-gals in mind, so have it, girlfriends!

The guidelines for QuoteME #3: 2016 can be found here.
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
The second QuoteME 2016 challenge is complete and many thanks to those who participated!

The next challenge in this series is definitely a nod to the Illya gals, as you do seem to outnumber us Napoleon gals ;-(

So without further ado, here is the prompt and posting schedule for the QuoteME 3: 2016 challenge.

THE QUOTE: Loneliness expresses the pain of being alone and solitude expresses the glory of being alone.
MADE BY: Paul Tillich


CHALLENGE: Write an MFU fanfic story regarding the idea embodied in the above quote. The quote doesn't have to verbally appear within the context of the story; the idea it embodies just needs to be captured in that story. The quote, however, should be placed separately at the top of the story.

STATISTICAL STUFF: Minimum of 500 words (drabbles are not incorporated in this particular challenge) with no set maximum. Must fit into the overall concepts of this community, i.e., contain no explicit adult material and reflect the 1960s series in style and content.

POSTING: To this forum starting on Saturday, July 23rd, and ending on Saturday, July 30th.
[identity profile] rose-of-pollux.livejournal.com
The Quote: "No more duty can be urged upon those who are entering the great theater of life than simple loyalty to their best convictions." -- Edwin Hubbel Chapin

Title: Minuet of Forest
Rating: PG13
Word count: ~6180
Author: Rose of Pollux

(Cross-posted to fanfiction.net and AO3, if you prefer reading there. This is a "first mission" fic, the sequel to the "first meeting" fic I posted some months ago--and a continuation of the "Baron of THRUSH" storyline.

The two weeks following the initial meeting between Napoleon and Illya were met with preparations for their first mission as partners in Rio—a simple reconnaissance mission to pick up information on Moran. Illya was still getting used to New York, and he found reactions to him around U.N.C.L.E. to be mostly positive. True, there were a few people who ignored him completely, a few people who stared with suspicion in their eyes, and a few who would whisper to each other as he walked passed, but, for the most part, the agents of the New York branch welcomed Illya as one of their own, greeting him warmly and advising him where to go for the best food, drinks, and coffee. And there were some who seemed to be concerned with the fact that he was partnering up with Napoleon. The rumor mill already had a series of field days with Napoleon, as Illya was already aware of. The Russian found himself being greeted by some agents advising him not to take it personally if Napoleon ended up going after the glory on his own.

“He’s so obsessed with this Baron thing, you know?” an agent said. “I heard it that his ex—some lady named Clara—up and left him because he wouldn’t stop thinking about going after the Baron. Said she didn’t want to be playing second fiddle to his work. So, even if you do help him with this Baron thing, it’s likely he’s going to push you off to the side. You’d better be prepared for that. Solo’s a good guy—no doubt about that. But working with a partner just isn’t his thing. He won’t stand for anyone getting in his way—especially not a partner. Last thing he needs is a liability. …Not that you will be, of course. Just don’t take it personally if he just… ignores you. Or if there’s tension.”

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[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
Name: THE COURAGE OF HIS CONVICTIONS
Genre: GEN
Length: approx 860 words
Rating: Everyone
Warnings: None

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Find the convictions of a Man from U.N.C.L.E. under the cut… )
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com


Yes, I know this is about a half-day early, but I know I won't be around a computer early tomorrow. So posting for QuoteME #2: 2016 is now open on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu.

Please be sure and give your post a subject reflective of the challenge (including a title for the story itself). Do use the quoteme tag to identify your story. As a courtesy, please remember to place the majority of your story under a cut.

Posting for the challenge will be open until Saturday, May 28th.
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
This is a final reminder that the second challenge in the 2016 QuoteME series here on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu gets underway this weekend (posting May 21st through May 28th).

The guidelines for QuoteME #2: 2016 can be found here
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
This is just a reminder that the second challenge in the 2016 QuoteME series here on [livejournal.com profile] section7mfu gets underway next month (posting May 21st through May 28th).

The guidelines for QuoteME #2: 2016 can be found here.
[identity profile] carabele.livejournal.com
The first QuoteME 2016 challenge is complete and many thanks to all those who participated!

The next challenge in this series will bloom in the fullness of spring! So without further ado, here is the prompt and posting schedule for the QuoteME 2: 2016 challenge.

THE QUOTE: No more duty can be urged upon those who are entering the great theater of life than simple loyalty to their best convictions.
MADE BY: Edwin Hubbel Chapin


CHALLENGE: Write an MFU fanfic story regarding the idea embodied in the above quote. The quote doesn't have to verbally appear within the context of the story; the idea it embodies just needs to be captured in that story. The quote, however, should be placed separately at the top of the story.

STATISTICAL STUFF: Minimum of 500 words (drabbles are not incorporated in this particular challenge) with no set maximum. Must fit into the overall concepts of this community, i.e., contain no explicit adult material and reflect the 1960s series in style and content.

POSTING: To this forum starting on Saturday, May 21st and ending on Saturday, May 28th.

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