This Week's Posts on Outrageous Fortune

Hello! Trying a new system of linking our activity on BMC. This saves writing extra posts, or reformatting for more than one platform (time's at a premium so as much as I love this platform, it's One More Thing). Please click the links, and take a look around at some of the other offerings on OutrageousFiction.com (like dream casting, or recipes from MacGuffins!)Chapters 41 and 42 of Soldier of FortuneChapters 41 and 42 Outrageous FortuneAnswer to April's Question of the... more

May 06

Apropos of nothing…

…I placed a grocery order, yesterday. Included in the order were crushed garlic, garlic powder, and garlic salt.The shopper will be convinced they're picking out supplies for Buffy Summers.

Apr 07

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Monthly Cuppa (late edition)
Short version: A new update has been posted on the website! I'd say more, but the post pretty m

Apr 06

Baking Time/Looking for a Recipe Name

Greetings all! Those who've read Fortune's Fool may have noticed Jinna Pride's habit of giving her dishes some pretty punny names. From The Man in the High Cassoulet to The Chosen Wonton, Jinna's got her teeth into the idea (yes, yes I do consider the characters to be entities with free will—oddly takes a lot of pressure off of the writing). That said, Jinna's got new mom brain and I'm a bit overwhelmed with the day job and the stack of projects, so I'm... more

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Mar 18

Winning Question: February 2022

Congratulations to February's winner, Maximusace, who had a question for Gideon Quinn, of the Fortune Chronicles, Gideon Quinn Adventures. Question: How many mugs has Elvis broken by knocking them downGideon: So far, not a one. Now watch him—haha—break that streak.Mostly, this is because we used tin cups in the Barrens—where the Powers That Be wouldn’t risk anyone getting their hands on a sharp piece of ceramic. But I think it’s also... more

Mar 05

From the Editing Room Floor #3

 This one's a bit off the beaten track, as it's the opening to a story that never was. I (Kathleen) was going through a Roaring Twenties faze, and started to write a fairy-tale crossover with that idea. I may go back to it, someday, if I can shake a few of the tropes into something a little less stale.Cold  MagicIt was late—so  late it was early.  Her silver heels glistened against the rough stone cobbles, and the phosphorous... more

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Feb 15

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