You heard it here first! Coming this November 21st, it’s the event of year, the night of all nights, the fête for the ages: the First Annual Le Panem Spectaculaire. The event, a showcase of the best Panem has to offer, is a star-studded variety show the likes of which have never been seen before. According to the most recent statement put out by the Capitol Ministry of Information, “Le Panem Spectaculaire is the culmination of our entire One Panem program… a night where Panem’s brightest stars will take to the stage and celebrate what makes Panem so special.”
This promises to be an evening of exotic entertainment, lavish set pieces, and charismatic hosts featuring acts from all across the districts and the Capitol. The lineup includes Melinda Aves and her synchronised swimming candy pink birds, a choral rendition of the Panem national anthem sung by a troop of golden squirrels, a death-defying aerial act performed by citizens from 2, and so much more! Of course the utmost elite of Panem will be in attendance including President Snow, Caesar, Egeria, Peeta Mellark, and an assortment of victors.
The best part of the event—every citizen of Panem is invited! Can’t make it to the show in the Capitol? President Snow is ensuring every district citizen has a front row seat, and is having theaters constructed in every district. Tickets are selling fast, so make sure you secure your seat to the big event.
Person A is a single
parent whose life is very busy with their full time job and their child(ren).
Person B is someone they’ve known for a long time and they are very close and
Person B is good at helping out with Person A’s child. One day, Person A’s
child announces to Person A that Person A is in love with Person B. (Bonus:
Person B is currently in another relationship. Possibly with Person C)
Happy birthday, keelaree—my darling pre-reader and friend! I
hope this brings a smile to your face on your special day.
Peeta,” Luke said through his tears, his eyes squarely on the man in front of
him. “Mom is in love with you.”
After thirteen years,
Peeta Mellark finally hears the truth.
Fluff and nothing but
“Let me help you with that,” Peeta said as he took the boxed
cake from his date. “Once I introduce you to everyone, you’re likely to get
Delly turned to him, her blonde curls bouncing as she did.
Her blue eyes were lined with concern.
“Who exactly will be here?” she asked. Delly let out a
nervous giggle. “I just want to be prepared.”
“Well, this is my friend, Katniss’ house,” he explained as
they stepped onto the long porch. “I’ve known her as well as her ex-husband,
Gale, since we were kids. I’m even
Godfather to their daughter, Arianna. They got divorced a little over year
ago—and it’s been hard on her kids.”
My huge, and when I say huge, I mean universe-sized huge thanks to @dandelion-sunset for beta-ing this story in record time - as a foreigner writing in English, I can tell you she had TONS of work doing this. Not only was she fast at doing it, but everything was spot on and perfectly done.
“The chorus? Ready?” the director’s voice cut through the discussion Katniss was having with her friends. They’d been waiting for quite a while now for the barricade scene to be perfect, and Gavroche had already died three times tonight. The joy of being in Les Mis, Katniss thought. Poor Mary, having to climb the barricade over and over again.
In this version of the world-famous musical, Gavroche was a girl. Last month it had been a boy; a cute, dark haired guy named Eric. However, Nature decided it’d be fun to play with him and that it was time for his voice to break. At the last minute, a few days before the final rehearsal, Mary was brought in by her mother, the director, to fill in as Gavroche.