And Now, Back to Your Regularly Scheduled Announcements...
Posted by Kerrigan Sheehan
12/04/13 - 01:37AM
I hate to bump down Sally's wonderful news, but there are a couple of announcements that need to be made.
The theme of the month is Never Featured Authors.
150 Bottled Fairies by Rosebud (Legend of Zelda, 17+)
A Kunoichi at Heart by Chloryl (Naruto, 13+)
All You Are To Me by Suki-chan (Bleach, 17+)
Cracks Under the Surface by ElleBelle (Harry Potter, 13+)
Finding Common Ground by crazed pyschopath (Yu Yu Hakusho, 17+)
Spoiled Kids Next Door by Paper_Bullets (Ouran High School Host Club, 13+)
Congratulations to all of you. Next month, we'll be featuring The Best of 2013. Nominations are here.
There is an anonymous fic trade going on in December. Signups are on the forum and will be open until December 10th.
The queue is open again, and Sally is working on donor usergroups.
Just a reminder, if you use an adblocker, please go into the settings and disable it for Lunaescence.com. (Yes, most adblockers will allow you to disable them for just one site.) The content of the ads themselves is safe for work, and they shouldn't cause any problems on slower computers or internet connections. They don't make any noise or pop up. Most of the people who advertise on this site are people with serial stories or webcomics or they're independent artisans, and the ad revenue helps keep the site running. If you would like more information about the ad service we use, it's Project Wonderful.
Edit by Kerrigan Sheehan: The moderators are experiencing a display issue with the queue that makes it look like your submissions are giant walls of text, even when they aren't. A few stories were wrongly denied for formatting errors before we figured out what was going on. If your story was denied in the past few days for formatting errors (and no other reason), but you think that the formatting was fine, please feel free to resubmit it as it was.
We're leaving the queue open, despite the issue, but it takes us a little longer per story with this issue. Otherwise, it shouldn't really affect users because it's purely a behind-the-scenes error. An email has been sent to Sally about this already.