Katniss isn’t quite sure what she’s gotten herself into when she signs up for Professor Abernathy’s “Literature and Sexuality” course. Enter, his TA Peeta Mellark, the man who could start a revolution with just his mouth.
Katniss returns to her hometown the summer after graduating college. With a little stumbling, a lot of baked goods, and some pushing from a couple blondes, Peeta may finally find the courage to form a sentence in her presence.
Summary: Peeta is a bad boy. Katniss is a good girl. Neither are interested in change. But when Peeta’s sent to work on the Everdeens’ Amish farm, two very different worlds—and hearts—collide. 2012 Prompt.
Note: Beginning of an upcoming multi-chapter story in November. Thanks to DustWriter for beta-reading.
Day 5 Prompt, in cooperation with the amazing Amelia-day. Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to draw something for your prompt! Please check out her story “The Silver Frame”, too. There’s no meaning behind this picture if you don’t read the story ;-)
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Summary: “Don’t dare make a scene. Don’t let anyone know it’s you or notice you.” On the busy New York street, where almost everyone is on a hurry, it was not that hard to achieve. Walking fast, head down, the girl with a pair of grey eyes remained unnoticed.
Written for Day 5 “Everlark in 2012.” 2012 is an election year…
Summary: It was just supposed to be a photo-op for the candidate. Show up, kill some animals, shed his prissy-boy image. Speechwriter Peeta Mellark thought it was a complete waste of time, until he saw the tour guide the hunting club sent them.