Long before internet memes, there was Morris the Cat, the advertising mascot for 9Lives brand cat food, appearing on its packaging and in many of its television commercials since the 1970s. This particular appearance was on a 1986 calendar titled “Morris, A Cat For Our Times” that featured several pieces of technology. Find out more here...
Tell me you book journal, without telling me you book journal. I’ll go first, haha.
Anyway, here’s a few books I tabbed and my new November spread! I am loving it! (inspo from Pinterest). Also, those little dots in my calendar are my habits (the key’s covered up by the book I’m currently reading).
Current read 📕: The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane by Katherine Howe
Ps. For all my American peeps, don’t forget to vote in midterms on Tuesday, Nov 8!
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Tragedy struck Amity Park. The last week of the spooky season, seven one-word prompts are to be buried, and their obituaries printed and distributed across the city.
Each grave marks a story, a piece of art, a video, a poem, something that needs to be shown, needs to be told. And we ask you—writers, artists, and creatives alike—to be the ones to tell those stories.
For this year's Ectoberweek, you are provided a list of a one-word prompts and a list of two sentence horror stories. You can choose to base your creation off of one or both of these prompts each day.
All content directly related to the Danny Phantom cartoon is acceptable for this challenge. Ships, non-ships, crossovers, angst, fluff, classic art, digital art—so long as it relates to the show, how you choose to represent these prompts is entirely up to you.
Tag your work with #ectoberweek2022 so @ecto-american and I can see it. We are so excited to see the different art, fics, and other creative endeavors that people will take, and we sincerely hope you all have fun with the prompts this year!
Update: We now have a @ectoberweekofficial blog! Be sure to give it a follow!
Happy Halloween! 👻🎃
(prompts are listed out under the cut)
He thinks about the corpse in the woods sometimes. Hard to forget where you are buried
26. Six Feet
Maddie had to face the facts: one of her kids was dead, now—a ghost, a monster—and it was her duty to destroy it before it killed the rest of her family.
But first, she needed to figure out which one of the kids was dead.
27. Soul Shredder
He looked human. But then, most monsters do.
“Pssst, you’re dead. Pass it on.”
Amorpho really liked her face. So he took it.
She traced her fingers along the forgotten metal table. Despite the revelations that had come to light, she’d do it all again.
31. Folk Tales
They say there's no such thing as the monster under the bed, but are you sure? ...Did you check?
Be sure to check out the @ectoberhaunt Month Long Calendar if you want more spooky prompts this month!
If you'd like a nifty way to keep track of your completion of both Ectoberhaunt and Ectoberweek, here's a handy dandy spreadsheet made by @ajitated!