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This is mainly a Homestuck blog with quite a bit of Madoka Magica, Supernatural, Sword Art Online, Doctor Who, Avengers, writing stuff, and assorted other fandoms.


ROGUE OF VOID

DERSE DREAMER

MUSE OF RAGE


Catching Elephant is a theme by Andy Taylor with massive editing by yours truly

 

shatterstag:

slaymate:

It’s been over two weeks since mankind failed to vote for “Persephone” as a name for one of Pluto’s moons - my way of coping with the disappointment was drawing Hades’ reaction, obviously.

this is adorable

(Source: dismater)

wailtothethief:

Fuck I’m walking downtown and I pass a group of guys staring at me and I think “great catcall time” but then one guy goes “you look like you could kill a man a million different ways with just your bare hands”. This. This is an acceptable comment to give a girl on the street.

amandaonwriting:

Happy Birthday, Alison Lurie, born 3 September 1926
Seven Quotes
You can’t write well with only the nice parts of your character, and only about nice things. And I don’t want even to try anymore. I want to use everything, including hate and envy and lust and fear.
There’s a rule, I think. You get what you want in life, but not your second choice too.
Throughout my whole adult life I’ve written fiction and nonfiction. And when I can’t think of a good idea for a novel, I’ll write about something else that I’m interested in. And I’ve got lots of interests.
As one went to Europe to see the living past, so one must visit Southern California to observe the future.
The world is not prepared for there to be so many old people in it. We have to fight that. I think people expect your life to shrink as you get older. They don’t want you to take up too much room.
So now we’re being governed by a whole lot of people who are either weak and foolish, or cynical liars. Or a little of each. 
I always revise everything four or five times.
Lurie is an American novelist and academic. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her 1984 novel Foreign Affairs. 
Source for Image
by Amanda Patterson for Writers Write

amandaonwriting:

Happy Birthday, Alison Lurie, born 3 September 1926

Seven Quotes

  1. You can’t write well with only the nice parts of your character, and only about nice things. And I don’t want even to try anymore. I want to use everything, including hate and envy and lust and fear.
  2. There’s a rule, I think. You get what you want in life, but not your second choice too.
  3. Throughout my whole adult life I’ve written fiction and nonfiction. And when I can’t think of a good idea for a novel, I’ll write about something else that I’m interested in. And I’ve got lots of interests.
  4. As one went to Europe to see the living past, so one must visit Southern California to observe the future.
  5. The world is not prepared for there to be so many old people in it. We have to fight that. I think people expect your life to shrink as you get older. They don’t want you to take up too much room.
  6. So now we’re being governed by a whole lot of people who are either weak and foolish, or cynical liars. Or a little of each. 
  7. I always revise everything four or five times.

Lurie is an American novelist and academic. She won the Pulitzer Prize for her 1984 novel Foreign Affairs

Source for Image

by Amanda Patterson for Writers Write

theultraintrovert:

intrikate88:

shardsofblu:

agentrromanoff:

favorite action sequences
↳ captain america: the winter soldier - nick fury is attacked

Look at this. JUST LOOK AT HOW FUCKING BADASS THIS IS.

But you still truly fear for him, because this shit happens right in the middle of a city in broad daylight, where they’re gonna riddle him with bullets and tear him into pieces. And how most people would then regard him simply as a common criminal rightfully pursued by the police, who deserved the very public execution he’s about to get.

There’s a lot to be said about how they chose the “police” machinery to take down Fury, while Steve and company was pursued by nondescript Hydra thugs and the presumably private STRIKE team. They would have absolutely no problem to murder Fury then and there, but with Steve they know they simply cannot do it when there are witnesses around.

Not here, they say for Steve Rogers. But right here and right now for Nick Fury.

And also? Before the attack, Fury sees the white cops eyeballing him in his nice SUV and says “you wanna see my lease?” This man has decades of experience in intelligence operations. He’s been lead developer on an international security-based predictive analysis program. He’s an operations mastermind. 

AND NICK FURY DOESN’T SEE THIS ATTACK COMING BECAUSE THE WARNING SIGNS LOOK EXACTLY LIKE THE AVERAGE INSTITUTIONAL RACISM HE SEES ON A REGULAR BASIS. 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ what black side of the avengers/marvel fandom been saying but they dont pic up on it 

HOW TO TELL PEOPLE OFF

BY MAKO MORI AND STACKER PENTECOST

The Raleigh Becket experience

(Source: liberty-flight)

Remember kids, being a Goth isn’t about the wearing a particular style of clothes or listening to certain types of music…

It’s about ravaging the Balkans, threatening to sack Constantinople, actually sacking Rome and eventually establishing permanent kingdoms in Southern Gaul and the Iberian and Italian Peninsulas.

ralkana:

blackwidow-mikasa:

I was at Starbucks getting my pumpkin spice fix when I hear “excuse me but I really like your AoS shirt” and I turn around to say thank you when CLARK GREGG

"Excuse me but I really like your AoS shirt."
You amazing, adorable man. Don’t ever change.

ralkana:

blackwidow-mikasa:

I was at Starbucks getting my pumpkin spice fix when I hear “excuse me but I really like your AoS shirt” and I turn around to say thank you when CLARK GREGG

"Excuse me but I really like your AoS shirt."

You amazing, adorable man. Don’t ever change.

animatedamerican:

awwww-cute:

A box of baby bengals

"What? No, I’m sorry, I ordered half a dozen mini bagels —”"Shut up, we’re keeping them."

animatedamerican:

awwww-cute:

A box of baby bengals

"What? No, I’m sorry, I ordered half a dozen mini bagels —”
"Shut up, we’re keeping them."

thatenglishmajorquestion:

"what are you going to do with a degree in english?" oh..oh, idk man, i kind of did it for the vine you know???

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