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The hobbit_smut First Line Challenge is now officially complete! The participants in the challenge have produced much fic and generated much joy (and heat as well)! We do have two authors who are still planning to post, but have been given permission (for this first challenge) to be a bit late. Their stories will be added to the list as soon as they are available.

Please do pick and click below (the stories are in the order posted). And do be sure to let the author know if you enjoyed their work!

    -- Bound to Leadership by rubynye - 267 words - First Line - "'Pippin,' said Frodo disapprovingly, 'I do wish you wouldn't use that kind of language.'" - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Pippin - No summary
    -- Hawt Chocolate by singeaddams - 4,153 words - First Line - "It was absolutely freezing outside, and that made all the difference.” - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Rosie - "Baby, it's cold outside..."
    -- Apple Blossom Time by elderberrywine - 3,238 words - First Line - "There is no such thing as privacy in a tent.” - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Sam - "Pure fluff and PWP. Almost."
    -- Wild Apples by aussiepeach - 1,274 words - First Line - “I need you RIGHT NOW!” - Rated R - Pippin/"Other" - "Pippin’s adventures in Fangorn get a little out of hand."
    -- A King's Blunder by lorie945 - 4,996 words - First Line - “He’s marrying WHO?” - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Eomer - "The day of Theoden's funeral, Eomer tries to start a conversation with the hobbits."
    -- A Fair and Lordly Lad by rubynye - 4,594 words - First Line - "'Pippin,' said Frodo disapprovingly, 'I do wish you wouldn't use that kind of language.'" - Rated R - Frodo/Pippin - "Pippin is told a story, asks a question, gets a surprise."
    -- Keeping It Quiet by mariole - 4,980 words - First Line - “Did you realize that sound really carries in a cave?” - Rated NC-17 - Merry/Pippin, Frodo/Aragorn - "Pippin is told a story, asks a question, gets a surprise."
    -- Needs Must Lust by ghyste - 3,086 words - First Line - "Not a single merchant in Minas Tirith seemed to have any idea what he was talking about." - Rated R - Frodo/Merry/Pippin - "Frodo has a craving; Merry & Pippin do what they think they must."
    -- Speaking Plainly by trilliah - 4,092 words - First Line - "What a way to wake up." - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Sam - "Lobelia brings certain matters to Frodo's attention."
    -- Fitted to Love by rubynye - 4,589 words - First Line - "'Pippin,' said Frodo disapprovingly, 'I do wish you wouldn't use that kind of language.'" - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Merry and Pippin/Boromir - "Frodo and Merry, and Pippin and Boromir, converse regarding the younger hobbits' relationship with the Man of Gondor."
    -- For Never Was a Story of Less Woe by lilybaggins - 2,403 words - First Line - "It had become a tradition at the Yuleday feast that NAME would carve the roast fowl, but no one could have foreseen this catastrophe." - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Aragorn - "Yule time is here. The quest approaches. Wherefore art thou, Frodo?"
    -- Under a White Tower by danachan - 3,290 words - First Line - "The White Tower of Ecthelion was neither the most impressive structure to be seen in Gondor, nor was it, actually, any longer truly white." - Rated R - Merry/Pippin - "Some dance to remember, some dance to forget."
    -- Topography Lessons by baranduin - 2,692 words - First Line - "You did what to your quill?" - Rated R - Frodo/Faramir - "In Minas Tirith, Frodo and Faramir are preparing for a journey north."
    -- A Moonlit Memory by rubynye - 2,779 words - First Line - "'Pippin,' said Frodo disapprovingly, 'I do wish you wouldn't use that kind of language.'" - Rated NC-17 - Pippin/Diamond - "I wanted something to remember you by."
    -- Between the Lines by notabluemaia - 4,326 words - First Line - "'Oh, Sam,' Frodo said nervously, 'I’ve never seen one quite so big before.' " - Rated R - Frodo/Sam - "It isn’t what you have, but what you do with it..."
    -- Good Advice by keye - 5,500 words - First Line - "It had been an utterly boring Solmath, until Pippin arrived from Great Smials – very unexpectedly and behaving very oddly, even for Pip." - Rated R - Frodo/Sam - "Pip has a problem."
    -- The King's Gala by claudia603 - 2,205 words - First Line - "Don't kill me, Frodo!" - Rated R - Frodo/Faramir - "Frodo is content to spend his post-quest days in the Citadel with Faramir. Or is he?"
    -- Reason to Stay by aina_baggins - 4,990 words - First Line - "It began the moment Merry pulled the missing teaspoon out of his breeches." - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Sam/Merry - "It is the day after Bilbo's departure and Frodo and Sam find themselves dealing with a troublesome Brandybuck."-
    -- Butter by europanya - 3,243 words - First Line - "'It got stuck and I couldn't get it loose!'" - Rated R - Master/Gardener/Butter (i.e. Frodo/Sam) - "Mr. Frodo's stuck. Sam runs to get butter. Slash ensues."
    -- Postscript by inkpirate - 1,688 words - First Line - "It is odd indeed how Merry responds to every stroke." - Rated NC-17 - Frodo/Merry - " 'When will you let me tell my friends how bloody amazing you are at this?' Merry had asked, gasping and laughing."
    -- Merry's Maying by lurea_aure - 4,930 words - First Line - "The night was young, the skies were clear, the soft summer wind whispered in Merry's ear of a hobbit lass's soft flesh, but the six pork buns that Merry had consumed earlier had other plans for his evening." - Rated NC-17 - Merry/OFC - "In 1405, young Merry and Frodo go to the May Eve bonfire in Buckland, and Merry learns something new."
    -- The Goat From Bree by lullenny - 5,971 words - First Line - "Frodo thought he had considered every eventuality, but he hadn't taken the goat into account." - Rated R - Frodo/OMC - "Frodo thought he had considered every eventuality, but he hadn't taken the goat into account."
    -- A Door Opens by princessofg - 2,610 words - First Line - "It would have been better for all concerned if he hadn’t answered the door." - Rated R - Frodo/OMC - "When Frodo falls from a pony, everyone wants to take care of him."
A big THANK YOU to all the authors who responded to the challenge!!! We hope you all had fun!

And a big THANK YOU to all the readers who are still, at this moment, reading through the stories, especially to those of you leaving comments. You are terrific and we appreciate your support for these hard working writers!

Stay tuned for announcements about the next exciting hobbit_smut challenge!

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rodneyscat From: rodneyscat Date: June 23rd, 2004 02:54 am (UTC) (Link)
Extremely convenient entry this! Thanks for putting these all together.
elanorgardner From: elanorgardner Date: June 23rd, 2004 07:19 am (UTC) (Link)
You are welcome! Glad to see you checking out the stories. Be sure to leave comments on those you enjoy!

Thanks again!

EG
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