'i have good news and bad news'

Suzy of the House Miller Announcement

Due to some personal desicions I have thought about for a while, I will be changing how I post on here. As of now, I am actively trying to complete a manuscript for “Suzy of the House Miller” to get it published (either through a publisher or self-published). 

The Good News: 

You can expect to see ‘Suzy of the House Miller’ as a full published story (release date still unknown, will post updates if new developments arise). It might have a name change and probably will have a different cover, but it’ll be Suzy and Cuddles.

The Bad News: 

I’ll be posting installments of it here less often. I’ll still post them from time to time, but I want a lot of the final published story to be previously unreleased, so readers can have more to look forward too. 

Other things I’ll still post:

- Story overviews

- Worldbuilding

- OC profiles

- Ask answers

- Other works that I have already written/ ar ein progress (most of my focus will be on Suzy, but I still have a decent amount of unreleased content).


I know most of you only care about ‘Suzy of the House Miller’ and probably don’t like this decision, but I hope you’ll respect my decision and possibly take an interest in my other works.

-Egg

Blue Lion Log: Entry 26

Alright, now that I’ve had a good night’s sleep and have processed everything that’s happened recently, I think it’s time to update you on what we found yesterday. And, as with… well… pretty much everything else that has happened since landing on Hoth, there’s some good news and some bad news about this whole situation.

On the bright side, we’ve managed to find the Castle through sheer luck, and it seems to be more or less in one piece.

That “less” part is what I’m worried about though. Because, while the Castle is still definitely in one piece at the moment, there’s still a lot of damage. It almost looks like the Castle crash landed here. There’s a worrying crack running down one side of it. And the problem is, we’re not really sure how far that crack extends just yet. The storm kept us from seeing the whole of it, and we didn’t have enough time to actually follow and assess it.

This could be really bad for us, depending on the crack’s length and width. If we aren’t able to fix it, the Castle won’t be able to go back into space. That’s, of course, assuming its systems haven’t been compromised in the crash as well. Which, if they are, means we’re pretty much screwed. Most of what the castle runs on is old, Altean tech that can’t be found anywhere anymore. If any of it’s broken… I’m not sure we can replace it or find a workable substitute.

All in all, the Castle could be completely dead. We might not be able to salvage it.

At least we still have Blue, who definitely can get us off this planet. If the Castle turns out to be dead, we could probably also manage to get Red out from where Allura locked her, and then we’d have two lions to work with instead of just the one. Not gonna lie, having Red available would make breaking Pidge and the other lions out of Galra’s control so much easier. Especially with how well Blue and Red work together.

I mean, in terms of abilities, the two lions are on completely different ends of the spectrum. They have that kind of fire versus water thing going on, which you would think would mean they wouldn’t be compatible at all. But actually, their differences mean that Red and Blue cover each other’s weaknesses, and can usually fix whatever the other lion happens to mess up.

That’s partially why Keith and I were such a great team together, even before we got over all the rivalry stuff. We’re different, but complementary. We just naturally fit together that way.

But anyways, having both Red and Blue at our disposal would seriously help, regardless of whether the Castle works or not.

Of course, having the Castle up and running would help even more, which is why Hunk and I are going to do everything we can in order to fix it. Starting with making sure the life-support systems are still ok and that the cryo-replenishers haven’t malfunctioned or anything. We kind of need Coran and Allura in order for any of this to work. If we can’t wake them up, we’re seriously screwed.

So life support and the cryo-replenishers are our top priority. Then the Castle system itself. And then any actual, physical damage we come across. Hunk will be able to tell which parts are most important to fix, so I’m just going to leave those decisions to him and let him boss me around until it’s fixed. We can figure all the rest out later.

We’re going to need to move Blue as close to the Castle as possible though, so we aren’t constantly having to make the long trek from here to there and back again. It’ll just be easier to have Blue nearby. And we’ll need her scanners to keep watch over the planet and the star system for anything unusual, at least until we can get the Castle systems up and running again. We don’t want to be surprised by the Galra, after all. That would be bad.

I got a feel for the terrain yesterday while we were walking to the Castle, so hopefully this won’t turn out too badly. I’ll just have to fly really, really slowly and try not to crash into any rock walls. Which sounds easier than it probably is, since this storm still hasn’t let up at all and I can barely see anything in all the dirt flying around, but hey. Might as well try. I’m nothing if not optimistic.

So. Move Blue, fix the Castle, leave this planet and save the universe.

Seems like a solid plan to me.

Bad News: Our boss locked the keys inside the building.

Good News: We didn’t have to wait around for a locksmith.

Bad News: My boss finds it very concerning that I know how to pick locks, and tried to unlock my Tragic Backstory™. I was too embarrassed to admit that the reason I learned was because, at thirteen, I figured that was the kind of skill that would impress cute girls.

Good News: A cute girl saw me do it.

Bad News: It was Maggie, and since she’s already seen me fall out of several trees, cry because I saw a fawn that was just too damn small, and knows I can ride a unicycle, she’ll never think I’m cool no matter what I do. It’s too late. She knows.

opposite hogwarts house stereotypes
  • gryffindor: i'm sure there is a calm and reasonable way that we can end this argument
  • slytherin: no, no, you're right, you can take the credit for this project
  • ravenclaw: i don't know how this works, and i don't care.
  • hufflepuff: so good news and bad news. bad news: i told snape it was you that graffitied his office. good news: i don't have detention any more.
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Fairy Tail Chapter 527 Reaction 

Me: Mashima can we have a happy Zervis family?
Mashima: Good news and Bad news. Good news, I have this nice chapter cover. Bad news, I’m going to kick you in the dick for asking me stuff.

Me: *sighs* Fine. 

  • mercy: okay mccree, the bad news is that we couldn't save your arm. the good news is that we should be able to get you a prosthetic replacement very quickly.
  • mercy: do you have any preferences as to the design?
  • mccree: yeah, i want it to have a big fuck-off skull on it.
  • mercy:
  • mercy: that is the least stealthy thing i've ever heard. you're a black ops agent. commander reyes will never approve it.
  • reyes: are you kidding me? that's fucking badass. it gets my full approval.
  • mercy:
  • mccree: [smug grin]
  • mercy:
  • mercy:
  • mercy: [sighs deeply]
  • mercy: .....................fine.
2017, Season 4, and Series Ends

Hey Friends,

Does everyone have a minute? I wanted to share a couple of things about the future of Wolf 359 and what we’re going to be doing this year. And, as is so often the case with these sorts of things, it comes in the form of Good News and Bad News.

First, the Farnsworth bit: good news, everyone! Wolf 359 will be back this year, and we will be doing a full season. Hooray! Season Four will begin on June 12th, and it’ll be fifteen…ish full episodes. I know that’s a longer gap between seasons than we’ve had before, but we want to spend a bit longer on the writing and the production of these upcoming episodes. And - more good news! - that also means we won’t be taking a mid-season hiatus this year. Once new episodes begin, we’ll run, uninterrupted, every two weeks until the final episode on December 25th.

Which leads us to the bad news, and that is that… well, there’s no easy way to say it, so let’s just get it out: Wolf 359 is coming to its end. This upcoming season’s final episode will also be our series finale.

Keep reading

  • Lily: I have good news and bad news.
  • Rose: Tell me the bad news first.
  • Lily: There's a rumor going around that you snogged Scorpius, and it's spreading throughout the entire school.
  • Rose: What?! Okay, what's the good news?
  • Lily: I know the rumor is true because I saw you two yesterday.
  • Rose:
  • Lily: Also I might be the reason why everyone knows about it.
  • Rose: I am going to kill you.

Here’s 7th Year Scorpius (aka the punkest Head Boy since Teddy Lupin) just for fun!

Bad News: We locked the keys inside the bank.

Good News: We didn’t have to wait around for a locksmith.

Bad News: Mr Bent finds it very concerning that I know how to pick locks, and tried to unlock my Tragic Backstory™. I was too embarrassed to admit that the reason I learned was because, at thirteen, I figured that was the kind of skill that would impress cute girls.
Good News: A cute girl saw me do it.
Bad News: It was Adora, and since she’s already seen me fall out of several trees, cry because I saw a fawn that was just too damn small, and knows I can ride a unicycle, she’ll never think I’m cool no matter what I do. It’s too late. She knows.

—  Moist von Lipwig