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It certainly has been a crazy year, hasn’t it?  Well, thankfully, a new year is upon us and here at the Gang of Five forum we have a new year of showcases, prompts, and themes to get the new year started in the right way.  We wish you all a happy new year, and we look forward to what you have in store for us this year!

For the month of January we have a new character showcase.  Please warmly welcome Littlefoot's Mother! :)littlefoot The character showcase topic for this month can be found here.

Also keep in mind that the December and January prompts for the fanfic prompt challenge is now open.  We are doing things a bit differently this season and allowing for people to either fulfill a monthly prompt or a suggested prompt during each month.  I look forward to seeing what you all come up with! :)  The fanfic prompt rules and list of monthly prompts can be found here.

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i've read two of the books. they are execellent if you like spy novels.


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I haven't read any James Bond book yet. Are they more realistic than the movies, which are, while fun to watch in many cases, prone to exaggerate or even abandon the laws of nature?


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they are very realistic they are better than the movies. the movies are fun to watch most of them have a pg rating only 2 have a pg-13 rating those ones are licence to kill and the world is not enough. i did not really like on her majesty's seceret service. the ending is very sad :cry


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a character i've created is based on james bond. my version of bond is a raptor. he is in my current story. he has no human technology in my current story.


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I've read "On Her Majesty's Royal Secret Service" and "Your Only Live Twice". They were very good, all in all, better than most of the movies, but my favorite James Bond thing, period, would have to be Pierce Brosnan's first, "Goldeneye".