1000-Names

Sanvers in College: Alex Drunk Dials the Cute Girl from Bio Class

Based on this post: https://hazingblur.tumblr.com/post/160026282401/queercapwriting-wlwprompts-person-a-is-drunk @hazingblur

Original prompt from @wlwprompts : “Person A is drunk and decides to randomly call that cute girl from biology class to tell her she’s pretty”

@lesbapocalypse you also asked for this so like.


She’s drunk and she’s stolen Kara’s phone, because it’s finals week and all bets are off and that cute girl from biology class?

She’s 1000% sure that her name is Maggie – Maggie Sawyer – not that she paid attention.

Pfft.

No. Of course she didn’t.

And she’s 1000% sure that said Maggie Sawyer is the same Maggie that her little sister has befriended.

And therefore, that cute girl’s number – and when she says cute, she means it, but god, she also means blazingly sexy – must be in Kara’s phone.

So she swipes the phone from her sister’s bag while Kara laughs with James and Winn. Swipes it and chugs another gulp of illegal punch and she finds Maggie’s name – complete with a picture, god, a gorgeous picture, because damn, those dimples, that hair, those downcast eyes – in Kara’s contacts.

Finds the name, and tries once, twice, three times, to successfully hit the big green button that makes the phone dial.

She giggles and almost bounces on the balls of her feet as the phone rings, rings, rings.

“Hey Kara!”

Alex freezes at the sound of her voice – her voice that she’s used to hearing only asking the best questions, only giving the best answers, in bio lecture, in bio lab – and she contemplates hanging up and leaving it to her sister to explain the butt dial.

“Kara?”

But now Maggie sounds concerned, because she must hear the party in the background, and Alex has seen her smile, seen her nerdiness, but she’s also seen her motorcycle, her leather jacket, her gym bag. And she doesn’t want her to be concerned, to feel like she has to speed to the party to rescue Kara from whatever situation she might be in.

“Hey! No, nope, not Kara. I mean, of course you thought it was Kara, I took her phone, I mean, obviously you thought it was her – ”

“Danvers?”

“Not the blonde one!”

“Alex.”

“Hiiiii.”

There’s a pause and she thinks she hears Maggie shuffling something.

“Danvers, you drunk? Are you with people, drinking water?”

“Awww, Sawyer, you care about me!”

“Well I sure don’t want you passing out in your own vomit, Danvers. I’ve been there, it’s not pleasant.”

Her voice is pleasant, though, and Alex collapses drunkenly onto a half-occupied couch, completely oblivious to the couple that had been making out, who shoot her irritated looks as they get up to find a better spot to kiss.

Alex thinks she hears that shuffling again, and maybe some wind, but she’s drunk and everything is oh so slightly hazy, but pleasantly so – pleasant, because Maggie Sawyer is on the phone with her, Maggie Sawyer cares whether she throws up or not. Maggie Sawyer. God. How can anyone be that perfect?

“I’m finnneee. I just… it’s just, I know you’re Kara’s friend, but we’ve never really talked, and I… even if you weren’t Kara’s friend, I’d have noticed you, you know. I mean, how could I not notice you? Do you know we’re in the same bio class? You’re always so smartest. The smartest girl in the class. The smartest and the cutest. And my sister’s friend! What are the odds, huh? Maybe we can calculate it with genome mapping or something. But we’re more than our code, right, we have to be. You believe that, right, Maggie?”

“Hey, Danvers, I’m not cutting you off, but can you do me a favor?”

Alex preens. Her last name sounds so nice on Maggie’s tongue. She wonders what else would feel nice on Maggie’s tongue. Everything, probably.

She nods before she realizes vaguely that Maggie can’t see her.

“Mmhmm.”

“Remind me which house is throwing the party you all are at.”

Alex squints as she tries to remember. “The one across from the science building. Where we take bio. Together. But now term is ending and maybe we won’t do anything together again. Not even that we did anything in bio together, because I was too nervous to – ”

“Danvers, whoa whoa. Can you do me another favor, sweetie?”

Alex’s heart backflips and she almost careens off the couch, because she called her sweetie, she called her sweetie, she called her sweetie.

The sound of wind on the other line increases in her ear, but maybe that’s just a side effect from how hard she’s pressing the phone to her ear, like the closer she clutches it, the closer she’ll be to Maggie.

“Yeah.” She thinks her voice might be higher, might be breathier, than it normally is, but that’s alright, because Maggie Sawyer called her sweetie.

“I know you have things you feel like you want to tell me right now, and I want to hear them, but only if you still want to tell me when you’re sober, okay?”

Alex blinks and furrows her brow at the phone, because – maybe she’s more drunk than she thought – Maggie’s voice seems to be coming from two places, now. One, through the phone, and one, less static-y, closer to her body.

She looks up from the couch and she startles, because Maggie is standing over her, crouching down next to her as she hangs up her phone, all basketball shorts and hoodie and flip flops and hair hastily tied back into a messy ponytail.

She’s grinning softly, but she’s breathing kind of heavily, like she’d just sprinted from her dorm room. Because, Alex realizes dimly, that’s exactly what she just did.

“Hey Alex,” she says as Alex splutters, as Alex fumbles to sit up straight, to fix her hair, to hang up Kara’s phone without dropping it.

Alex thinks she may be imagining it, but Maggie’s voice is softer, now, more breakable, now, more vulnerable, now, than it had been when they’d been on the phone. When Maggie had been on a search-and-give-water-to-the-drunk-girl mission.

But now that she’s arrived, water bottle she must have grabbed on the way out of her dorm in hand, her voice is shy, and her eyes are shy, and her eyes are something that look a little scared.

“Hi Maggie,” Alex whispers, and then giggles because she’s not sure why she’s whispering.

Maggie grins, and it’s the sweetest sight Alex has ever seen. She made Maggie Sawyer smile.

“Why did you come all the way here? You didn’t have to come all the way here, I – ”

“Well, clearly your sister doesn’t know what you’re up to or how drunk you are, because if she did I would have heard her in the background telling you to think before you dial and all that stuff.”

Alex covers her face with hands made clumsy by alcohol.

“Ugh, I’m sorry, you’re right, I shouldn’t have – I ruined your night, I embarrassed myself, I’m sorry, Maggie, I – ”

“Hey, hey, no, that’s not what I meant.” Maggie gets up from her crouch to sit on the couch next to Alex, and she opens the water bottle for her and presses it gently into her hands.

“Drink. Please?”

“I’m not that drunk.”

Maggie just nods, and Alex does as she’s told.

She finishes the entire bottle in one chug, and Maggie just watches her with cautious but glistening eyes.

“Okay, come on. Kara!” she calls across the room, and Kara seems to materialize next to them instantly.

“Maggie! I thought you weren’t in the mood to party toni – Alex? Are you okay? What – ”

“Here. Your phone.”

“How did you – ”

“Tell you in the morning. Right now, I’m gonna take your sister back to my room – no funny business, I promise – and help her sober up a little. Okay?”

Kara glances between Maggie’s disheveled appearance and Alex’s drunken one, and she kisses Alex’s cheek.

“Don’t give her a hard time, okay, Alex?” she teases, and Alex giggles as she stands unsteadily, both Kara and Maggie stabilizing her.

“When do I give anyone a hard time?”

Kara just kisses her again, just thanks Maggie, doesn’t object to their arrangement, because she trusts Maggie not to take advantage of her sister, and she knows that her sister would like nothing more than to get to know Maggie better. She just wishes she’d have had the courage to reach out sober. But they’ll work on that. The three of them.

Alex leans on Maggie, who’s wrapped her arm around Alex’s waist, and revels in the contact.

As they walk, she rambles about the chemical structure of alcohol. About its impacts on the brain. Maggie listens and Maggie smiles and Maggie nods in all the right places, and Maggie lets her talk, lets her talk, because she’s focused on making sure she doesn’t let the taller girl stumble and fall.

When Maggie shoves her dorm door open, Alex freezes.

“You know I’ve wanted this since like, the first time I saw you. For you to take me back to your room. To…” Her eyes flit down to Maggie’s lips.

“To kiss you.”

Maggie gulps and slips away from her, taking care to keep her hands on Alex’s arms to help her stabilize.

“Go pee.”

“What?”

“You’re this drunk? You for sure need to pee. Bathroom’s right there. Can you make it on your own?”

Alex nods with tears in her eyes, and Maggie hates herself a little bit, but she’d hate herself a lot more if she let this conversation continue.

The bathroom door shuts and the water flushes and the sink runs for a long, long, long moment.

When Alex stumbles out, it’s with confusion and the shadows of hurt in her eyes.

“Did I do something wrong? I don’t have to stay here, you didn’t have to – I just thought – you ran to… to rescue me, and you gave me water, and you took me home, and I thought that meant you like me as much as I like you, and I –

"Alex. Alex, Alex, look… We can talk about all this when you’re sober. If you still want to talk about it. I promise. But right now? Right now, we can talk biology. Or astrophysics, or about the dessication and revival of tardigrades, whatever you want. Just not us. Not now. And certainly no kissing. Okay?”

Alex slumps down onto Maggie’s bed without asking, and Maggie just grins and kneels to help take Alex’s boots off.

“Why not?”

“Because you’re drunk, Danvers,” Maggie giggles like it’s the most obvious thing in the world.

“It’s never mattered to any guy,” Alex almost whispers, and Maggie stiffens, and her nostrils flare, and her eyes are more serious, more full of rage, than Alex has ever seen them.

“Well, it matters to me. Okay? Come on.”

She helps Alex swing her legs up onto the bed, holds her up to take in one more glass of water, hastily poured, and she kicks off her flip flops and grabs a pillow from the other side of her bed.

“You’re not gonna come to bed?”

“The floor’s perfectly fine for me, Danvers.”

“But – ”

“When you’re sober. If you still want to. I promise, Alex. Okay?”

“You promise?”

“Yeah, Danvers. Yeah. I promise.”

But Alex is asleep, a small smile on her face, before Maggie even finishes her promise. Her promise to her best friend’s big sister, who she’s been trying to gather the courage to ask out for months now.

She snuggles down onto the floor and – eventually – falls asleep with a smile on her own face, too.

Masterlist

(updated as of 5/30/2017)


HAMILTON - AN AMERICAN MUSICAL

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Alexander Hamilton

Special - Fluff, 2400 words

Poison - Angst, 1100 words

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Why John Laurens Shouldn’t Be Allowed to Own a Turtle - Fluff, 1400 words

Baby - Fluff, 1000 words

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Dear Boyfriend, Dear Girlfriend - Fluff, 3000 words

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Let Him - Angst, 3500 words

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Promises, Both Kept and Unkept - Angst, 2300 words

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Missing - Mystery

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Scream - Fluff, 1300 words

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Here - Angst, 1600 words

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Unexpected - Fluff, 2300 words

Do You Remember? - Angst, 2500 words

Today - Angst, 7500 words

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Secrets & Surprises - Fluff, 1300 words

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Music To, or In, My Ears - Fluff, 2500 words

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Philodosia In a Poly Relationship

Marquis de Lafayette With a S/O Insecure of their Laugh

Yorktown Boys When You’re Upset


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Changes - Fluff, 5500 words

1 New Message - Fluff/Angst

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Pet Names - Fluff, 1000 words

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And You’re Alive - Angst, 2500 words

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  • 25 STEPS TO BEING A TRADITIONALLY PUBLISHED AUTHOR: LAZY BASTARD EDITION

ACADEMIC

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  • Introductory Paragraphs
  • Introductions
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  • Writing Effective Introductions
  • In The Beginning
  • Introductions And Conclusions
  • The Introductory Paragraph
  • Writing Introductory Paragraphs
  • How To Write An Intro

Body Paragraphs

  • Paragraph Development And Topic Sentences
  • Transitions
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  • Four Components Of An Effective Body Paragraph
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  • Body Paragraphs
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  • Guide To Conclusions

Thesis Statements

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  • Guidelines For Writing A Thesis
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  • Thesis
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  • The Thesis
  • Create A Strong Thesis
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Writing About Poetry

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  • Poetry Essay Structure
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What dating Jooheon would be like
  • im so soft for this man i swear
  • like he’s not even my bias but still
  • ok leggo


  • this boy has the biggest noona kink ever to exist in this universe
  • like he would call you noona 24/8  - more often than your name actually (even if you weren’t older than him; it doesn’t matter)


  • also holy fuck he loves cold fingers
  • like not necessarily cold hands?
  • but just the thought of your grazing your cold fingers over his thighs gets him harder than my exams
  • ok do not even get me started on those thighsss (he knows u love ok. das why hes such a fuckin tease about them)
  • and because he knows you probably could get off just by staring at those meaty gifts from heaven, he likes to pretty much base your sex life on them
  • he asks for you to sit on his lap all day every day
  • thigh riding
  • sitting blowjobs (so u can grab on and better see those legs (⌐□_□) )
  • you got it all
  • the cutest thing is that he even likes to include them in aftercare?
  • like he loves to hugs your legs with his own
  • also
  • pet names are 1000% his thang (i know yall thinkin abt daddy and oppa n wtv nasties)
  • but for you, he loves like disgustingly sweet nicknames lol


  • he loves to smile during sex?? 
  • like you just fucking and he just realises “holy shit Y/N is the cutest lil thing i am so lucky wow how tf did this happen did i won the partner lottery or smth”
  • then you can see his gorgeous dimples
  • oh god his dimples are life
  • but believe me
  • his face isn’t the only place where he has dimples
  • jooheon isn’t a fan of his back dimples (but ofc you love them BC THEYRE SO CAYOOT)
  • also
  • imagine him just coming out of the shower with his back still wet
  • and little droplets of water getting stuck on his back dimples ayayaya


  • his favorite part of you is probably your waist or your cheeks
  • he would pinch your cheeks ever so lightly before kissing you omg
  • while walking downtown or something, his fav form of PDA would definetely be more verbal than physical?
  • like he would just adore to whisper something really dirty and watch your face turn bright red just before he looks into your eyes and give you that signature dimpled smile
  • what a lil shit
  • Is Lee Jooheon a sub or dom?”
  • I ask myself that quite a lot - and althought im  a complete softie for sub Joohonie, I really feel like he would like to switch between one and the other
  • like he would have his sub days and dom days, I feel.

Overall, I feel like he would be pretty flirty and playfull on the outside -  he would love to let others know that you’re his, and his only - he would often show it in more intimate moments. But he would also show his more caring and softer side, especially in the aftercare and such.

“When I am with him, smoking or talking quietly ahead, or whatever it maybe, I see, beyond my own happiness the intimacy, occasional glimpses of the happiness of 1000s of others whose names I shall never hear, and know that there is a great unrecorded history.”

- E.M. Forster (1879-1970) about his Egyptian lover, Mohammed el-Adl. 

im just gonna start making up shit about millennials and write articles because you know that all those baby boomers out there are gonna read them just so they can complain about it and ill make a fortune in ad revenue. “millennials dont lick envelopes anymore and here’s why” or “73% of millennials press the crosswalk button multiple times” and after 1000 comments from men named Harold i’ll be rolling in cash

5 Golden Rules

LaDiDah

4.2k/ Teen and Up/ read here

Summary:

Harry thinks surely he hasn’t got a chance with Louis, after all he’s a gorgeous Alpha and royalty to boot. His salvation comes in the form of an antiquated guide to courtship.

Prompt: 560 - The Enjoyment of briefly withdrawing your affections


This fic was written as part of an ongoing challenge. We each select random numbers and are given a specific emotion from the book 1000 Feelings For Which There Are No Names. To read the other fics written in this challenge, click here, or you can find the masterpost on tumblr here.

A Writing Help Masterpost Made From Other Masterposts

So, in celebration of reaching 100 followers (actually by the time I posted this, I had 123) I decided to make what I can only call a “Roundup of Writing”. Anyway, hope you all enjoy! 

I copy and pasted all of these links from masterposts that I have reblogged so if you click the from link it should take you to the whole masterpost :) {basically, i tried to keep as much credit as possible}

Lets get to it, shall we?

WARNING: SUPER-DUPER LONG!

Keep reading

annoyinprophet  asked:

Hi Tanisha. I've followed your blog for a while, and know that you're very helpful in terms of giving advice to those interested in the fashion industry. I'm a junior, and I'd like to intern for a fashion magazine, but I don't know where I should start to look for internship postings. I just read an article that mentioned ed2010, but that's the only resource for fashion internships I have so far. Do you know where I could start looking? Thank you for your time.

heeeey ! ya i always say ed2010, fashionista’s career page, and freefashioninternships.com

those are all great resources, and i’ve used them all to get internships/freelance jobs, but (and i’m ***NOT*** trying to be condescending at all) really google is your best friend. when i was in college i would just look up “fashion magazine internships” and look around on magazines career/contact pages. thats how i found information about paper magazine’s internship program + sent an email as directed on the site. that was my first fashion mag internship. it’s actually the same right now, paper is looking for fall interns and they give you the updated contact and all the information right there! 

sometimes you really have to dig and get creative. i would read mastheads in my favorite magazines, google those peoples names, send 1000 cold emails a night. i probably heard back from like 2. you just have to be scrappy and persistent. 

Office Darling

LaDiDah / @iflovewereall

5.6k/T/ Read it here

Summary:

‘A date auction though!’ Louis sunk his head into his hands, his voice muffled. 'It’s like something from the fifties. Having to drag men onto the stage and bid money to spend time with them. I couldn’t even back out, as its for charity. No-one will bid on me, everyone will be at the free bar or bidding for Mitch from HR.’

Prompt: 651 - The malicious pleasure when your coworker’s girlfriend calls to ask why he isn’t heading home yet.


This fic was written as part of an ongoing challenge. We each select random numbers and are given a specific emotion from the book 1000 Feelings For Which There Are No Names. To read the other fics written in this challenge, click here, or you can find the masterpost on tumblr here.

Grand Writing Masterpost

All the links are exactly the same as before, just condensed a lot.

I spent a long time putting this together so any likes and reblogs are appreciated. 

School Writing Resource Masterpost

School Resource Masterpost

Names

  • Family Tree Maker

  • Family Trees Explained

  • Facts About Names [More 1]

  • 1000+ Names [Girls] [Boys] [Demon] [Medieval]

  • Demons & Deities [Demons] [Gods]

  • Name Generators [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

Description

  • Describe Colors [More 1][More 2]

  • Eye Color List [More 1]

  • Describing Skin Colors

  • Describe Voices

  • Describe Facial Expressions [More 1]

  • Describe a Character’s Look [More 1] [More 2]

  • Be More Descriptive [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

Personality Traits

  • List of Cliches

  • Personality Generator.

  • Positive [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • Negative [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5] [More 6] [More 7][More 8] [More 9]

  • Traits [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5] [More 6] [More 7] [More 8] [More 9] [More 10] [More 11] [More 12] [More 13]

  • Personality Types [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • The Difference Between Personality and Behavior

  • How to: Show a Characters Personality In a Paragraph

Heroes, Villains and Archetypes

  • Courageous Characters [More 1] [Heroine] [Hero]

  • Sympathy Without Saintliness

  • Character Morality Alignment

  • Villains [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • Antagonists [More 1]

  • Manipulative Character

  • Archetypes[More 1] [More 2]

Genders

  • Females

  • Males

  • Transgenders

  • Advice on Writing Genders

People Types

  • Angry

  • Bad Asses

  • Bitches

  • Childishness

  • Emotional Detachment

  • Flirtatious

  • The Girl Next Door

  • Introverts

  • Mean Persons

  • Psychopaths

  • Party Girls

  • Rich

  • Rebels

  • Sarcasm

  • Serial Killers

  • Shyness

  • Sluts

  • Villains

  • Witt

  • Children

  • Old Persons

  • PoC[More 1]

  • British Characters

  • Character With A Baby

  • Pansexual Characters

  • Writing A Flirtatious Character

  • Writing A Nice Character

  • Mary Sue [More 1] [More 2]

  • Not Writing A Mary Sue

Jobs

  • Actors

  • Ballet Dancer

  • Hitmen

  • Journalists

  • Foreigners

  • Gamblers

  • Vegetarians

  • Artistic Occupations

  • Police Force

  • On Assassin Characters

  • Interesting Jobs [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

Religions

  • Christianity

  • Hinduism

  • Satanism

  • Taoism

Supernatural

  • Vampires [More 1]

  • Witches

  • Werewolves

  • Spectral Groupings

Other

  • A Death Scene

  • Loosing Someone

  • Horror

  • Torture

  • Writing Accents

Habits and Quirks

  • Addictions and Bad Habits [More 1]

  • Character Habits

  • Character Quirks

  • Phobias List A-L (Part 1), M-Z (Part 2)

Secrets

  • List of Character Secrets [Part 1] [Part 2] [More 1] [More 2]

  • I Bet You Didn’t Know..

  • Character Plots And Secrets

  • Celebrity Secrets

Disorders, Disabilities and Drugs Masterpost

Romance

  • Types of Attraction

    Pregnancy

  • Putting a Label on It

  • Synonyms for Love [More 1]

  • The Little Ways a Ship Gets Build

  • How to: Write a Romantic Scene

  • Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Relationships

Kisses

  • How to: Write a Kiss

  • Different Types of Kisses

  • Writing Out the First Kiss

Smut

  • How to: Write Smut [More 1] [[More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5] [More 6] [More 7]

  • Smut Guide: Casual Sex

  • How to: Smut (For Virgins)

  • How to: Write Lesbian Smut

  • Domination and Submission

  • How to: Write a Blowjob/Prepping for Smut

  • Writing A Friends With Benefits Relationship

  • How to: Write a First Time Sex Scene Romantically

Create Your Characters

  • Help With Character Creation

  • Writing an Original Character

  • Creating Believable Characters [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • How to Create Fictional Characters [More 1] [More 2]

  • Character Building [More 1] [More 2]

Character Writing Resources

  • Character Guides

  • Writing Specific Characters

  • Fiction Writer’s Character Chart [More 1]

  • Web Resources for Developing Characters

  • How to Write a Character Bible

Finish Your Characters

  • Character voice

  • Character Flaws [More 1]

  • Character Description [More 1]

  • Tips for Characterization

  • Making Your Characters Likable [More 1]

  • Making a Character Stand Out [More 1]

  • How to: Write a Fully Developed Character

  • How to: Create a Cast of Characters [More 1]

  • Handling a Cast of Thousands

Writing Characters of the Opposite Sex

  • How Not to Write Female Characters

  • Red Flags for Female Characters Written by Men

  • Writing Strong Female Characters [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

Biography Writing

  • Bio Help

  • Resources for Biography Writing [More 1]

  • Components of Your Biographies

  • Little Things You Can Add To Your Bios

Emotions

  • Degrees of Emotion[More 1]

  • Describing Emotions [More 1][More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [Positive] [Negative]

  • Tone, Feelings and Emotions

  • 100 Words for Facial Expressions [More 1]

  • Victoria’s Vitamins: Mood

  • Genre Help: Romance

Body Language

  • Types of Crying

  • All About Kissing

  • Body Language: Mirroring

  • The Importance of Body Language

  • Body Language Reference [More 1][More 2][More 3] [More 4][More 5]

Character Development

  • Character Development Questions [Part 2]

  • C.D. Questionaire [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [Morer 5] [More 6] [More 7]

  • 30 Day Character Development [More 1] [More 2]

  • Get To Know Your Characters [More 1] [More 2]

  • Character Development Series [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4]

  • Develop Characters [Template] [Hobbies] [Virtues] [Vices]

  • Conveying Too Much or Too Little Character

  • How to Reveal Character[More 1][Asexualality] [Gender & Orientation]

  • Torture a Character

  • Killing Characters [More 1]

How to Set the Scene

  • Writing in Genre

  • Setting the Scene [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • World Building [More 1] [More 2] [Mapit]

  • Write Galafreyan

  • Write Encohian

  • Writing Smut

  • Write Fantasy [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • Writing a Death Scene

Locations

  • Popular Places to Eat

  • Australia

  • Boston

  • California [More 1] [More 2]

  • England/Britain [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • New York

  • Prison

  • London

  • The South [More 1]

Eras

  • Eras Masterlist

  • Everything You Need to Know Abut the 20’s [Slang]

  • Primary Sources on Ancient Civilizations

  • Research [More 1]

Alternatives For

  • Very

  • Wrote

  • Whispered

  • List of Actions

  • Words for Sex

  • Said [More 1]

  • Walk [More 1]

  • Smile [More 1]

  • Expessions [More 1]

  • Synonyms for Common Words [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • List of Words to Avoid and Misused Words [More 1][More 2] [More 3]

  • Beautiful and Ugly Words [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5] [More 6]

  • Increase Your Vocabulary[More 1] [More 2][More 3] [More 4]

Find a Word

  • Find That Word [More 1]

  • Transitional Words

  • Random Word Generator

  • Rhymezone

  • Phonetic Alphabet

  • A Case Of She Said, She Said

Description Alternatives

  • Word Tics

  • Weak Verbs

  • Show Not Tell

  • Grammar is Tricky

  • “Smarten Your Language

  • 200 Words to Describe Light

  • A Description Resource [More 1] [Food][Scent]

Titles

  • Trouble Creating Titles [More 1]

Ideas and Inspiration

  • Writing Prompts [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5]

  • Generators[More 1][More 2][More 3][More 4][InkProvoking] [StoryStarter] [StorySpinner] [StoryKitchen]

  • Date Ideas [More 1] [More 2]

  • Inspiration[More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

Plot Help

  • Plot Generator

    Plot Ideas[More 1][More 2][More 3][More 4][More 5][More 6]

  • Plot Twists [Premise Sheets]

  • How to: Outline a Plot [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • Outline Your Novel [More 1] [More 2]

  • Guide to Plotting [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5]

Plot Writing

  • Basics of Writing A Plot [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5]

  • Links for Plot Writing Help

  • The Evil Overlord Devises A Plot

  • Building a Platform

  • Creating Conflict [More 1] [More 2] [Conflict Test]

Tips on Writing Dialogue

  • It’s Not What They Say…

  • Speaking of Dialogue [More 1]

  • How to Write Dialogue Unique to Your Characters

  • Writing Dialogue: Go for Realistic, Not Real-Life

  • Establishing The Right Point of View

  • How to Start Writing in the Third Person [More 1]

Content

  • Exposition [More 1]

  • Building Suspense [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • Hit Your Reader in the Gut

  • Root for Your Main Character [More 1]

  • Flashbacks with Multiple POVs

  • Word Count [More 1]

  • Breaking Writing Habits

  • Varying Sentences

  • Purple Prose

Writing Tips

  • 50 Free Resources

  • Writing The Perfect Scene

  • The Great Swampy Middle

  • Becoming the Next Gatsby

  • Plunge Right Into Your Story

  • How To Write A Novel [The Snowflake Method]

  • You’re Not Hemingway [Write Like Hemmingway]

  • Hook Readers and Reel them In [More 1] [More 2]

  • Essential Story Ingredients [More 1] [More 2][More 3]

  • The Difference Between Good Writers and Bad Writers

  • Have Confidence in Your Writing [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5]

  • Writing Tips [More 1] [More 2] [More 3][More 4] [More 5] [More 6] [More 7] [More 8] [More 9] [Joss Whedon] [Kurt Vonnegut] [Stephen King]

Miscellaneous Advice

  • Write Interactive Books

  • Who Do You Write Like

  • Writing 2 Stories Simultaneously [More 1]

  • Co-writing [Additional Tips]

  • The length of a chapter

  • When a story stops working

  • Reading critically for writers

  • What a “real writer” is

  • Rewriting fanfiction into original fiction

  • Ways to keep writing while in school

  • Getting in your own way

Motivation:

  • Backhanding Procrastination

  • Habits and Taking Care of Yourself

  • More Troubles With Writing Motivation

  • The Inner Critic and Ways to Fight it [More 1]

  • The Writing Life is Hard On Us

  • For Troubles With Starting Your Story

  • Writing Stamina Builds Slowly

Writers Block [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4] [More 5] [More 6][More 7] [More 8] [More 9]

Revision

  • Beginning Revision [Five Steps]

  • Revising Your Novel [More 1] [More 2]

  • Finishing Your Novel [First Draft] [More 1] [More 2]

Editing

  • Proofreading [Say Out Loud]

  • Three Self Editing Tips

  • How To Rewrite

  • Editing Recipe

  • Cliche Finder

Grammar and Punctuation

  • Common Grammar Mistakes [More 1] [More 2]

  • Synonyms for Commonly Used Words

  • A Guide on Punctuation

  • Common Writing Mistakes

Critique and Advice

  • Find Beta Readers

  • Tips on Taking Critique

  • Tips on Giving Critique

  • What to do With Bad Writing Advice [More 1] [More 2]

Self Publishing

  • Copyright
  • Avoiding Publishing Scams

  • The Self-Pub Miniseries [More 1]

  • Pennames and Aliases

  • Writing to be Published

Writing Tools

  • Writers Resources Masterpost [More 1] [Relatedblogs]

  • Nanowrimo Start Kit

  • Written Kitten

  • Focus Booster

Mind Mapping and Planning [LiquidStoryBinder] [OutlinerofGiants] [MindMeister] [TreeSheets] [RealtimeBoard][Space Tracker][Family Echo] [AutoRealm] [OakOutliner] [WorkFlowy] [VUE] [Mindmaple] [Freemind] [Lucidchart] [FreeMind] [NovaMind] [Mindomo] [Coggle] [Scapple] [Mural] [Blumind] [Popplet] [Bubbl] [Xmind]

E-publishing Tools [Mobipocket] [MyWritingNook] [SuperNotecard] [OnePageperDay] [Trelby] [PageStream] [PDFCreator] [ScriptBuddy] [WriterDuet] [WriteorDie] [DarkRoom] [Sigil] [CeltX] [Page2Stage] [Acrobat] [InDesign] [Calibre] [CutePDF] [Jutoh] [PagePlus] [Scribus] [Plotbot] [Scripped] [Slugline] [Highland] [Scrivener] [yWriter] [Oneword] [Penzu] [Spaaze]

Role-play Help

  • Para Titles [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • Para Song Titles [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • Para Starters [More 1] [More 2] [More 3]

  • Para Ideas [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • Prompts List [More 1] [More 2] [More 3] [More 4]

  • Drabble Prompts [More 1]

  • Lots of RP Guides

  • IC and OOC Surveys

  • Getting Over Roleplaying Insecurities

  • Improve Your Paras

Role-playing How To’s

  • How to: Get Into Character

  • How to: Write a IC Para Sample [More 1] [More 2]

  • How to: Write an Impressive Para Sample

  • How to: Lengthen Short Para’s

  • How to: Make a Set Ship RP Work [More 1]

  • How to: Create the Best Plot for Your RP

  • How to: Spice Up Your Roleplay Plots

  • How to: Play the Greek Goddess ‘Harmonia’

  • How to: Roleplay In the Victorian Era [More 1]

It’s like there’s a huge group of fandomers who just memorise a list of opinions and terrible supporting arguments and then parrot them over and over again. Maybe it’s just one person with 1000 different tumblr names?

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*Requested* Could you do a Klaus imagine where y/n and him were together in mystic falls as a witch when Bonnie went dark and then he left for New Orleans and then he comes back and sees y/n with a two year old that has his eyes and his reaction please?

( In this one you can name your son however you want, just type in your name click on sumbit and then repeat the same with your son´s name because you have to do it sequentially or it won´t work. If anything doesn´t work properly just let me know. Also, there´s no Hayley back in New Orleans just for story purposes. I do hope you enjoy it and now happy reading my lovelies!)  

Word count: 1000

Your name: submit What is this?

Your son´s name: submit What is this?


The road is unusually empty and the sun slowly wanders across the sky towards the west as Klaus watches the sign of a town fly by he never thought he would visit again; Mystic Falls. It has been two years since he left Mystic Falls and you behind to investigate a threat in New Orleans, but now he´s is on his way back to visit you. He just couldn´t bare another second without you. No matter what the outcome of this trip might be he desperately needs to see you right now.

After he crossed the town sign he drove the still familiar route to your home passing by places you visited together which ignite suppressed memories again. He finally reached your house, parks the car in the driveway and walks up the stairs unto your front porch. Ringing the doorbell he had to admit that he was nervous how you might react, but at the same time he was utterly thrilled to see you again.

You walk over to the doorbell as fast as you can, curious who just rang the doorbell. You open the door and you stare at a handsome face you thought you would never see again.

Y/N: “Nik?”

He smiles because he missed how lovely his name sounds when you say it.

Klaus: “Good to see you Y/N. You look stunning as ever.”

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anonymous asked:

Abnormal, but cute names?

I think that will all depend on personal choice, but here are some that I personally feel fit that description! None of the following names are in the top 1000 names of the US.

Girls

  • Amethyst
  • Vixey
  • Pixie
  • Amity
  • Ever
  • Fae
  • Tia
  • Exie
  • Lilou
  • Lulu
  • Roxy
  • Primrose
  • Prim
  • Elysia
  • Effie
  • Calypso
  • Emme
  • Cassia
  • Inara
  • Lyra
  • Maisy
  • Elodie
  • Snow
  • Tahlia
  • Adora
  • Allura
  • Dina
  • Edie
  • Jessamine
  • Jori
  • Joriana
  • Leda
  • Junia
  • Misty
  • Nasira
  • Xyla
  • Zaya
  • Amayla
  • Poppy
  • Clover
  • Vada
  • Alaska
  • Callisto
  • Cleo
  • Electra
  • Imara
  • Phaedra
  • Turia
  • Tallie
  • Ariadne
  • Katida
  • Robin
  • Eulalia
  • Oceane
  • Pepper
  • Nala
  • Coco
  • Fleur
  • Vale
  • Isadora
  • Scout
  • Dee
  • Carmina
  • Trula
  • Echo

Boys

  • Caspian
  • Evander
  • Cato
  • Indio
  • Pepito
  • Pepper
  • Davy
  • Leif
  • Robin
  • Scout
  • Alby
  • Eben
  • Emry
  • Serge
  • Simeon
  • Sonnet
  • Strider
  • Temple
  • Arden
  • Auden
  • Bartimus
  • Bram
  • Hamish
  • Heston
  • Ianto
  • Merlin
  • Monty
  • Myer
  • Thornton
  • Willem
  • Vander
  • Costello
  • Freddy
  • Frost
  • Carden
  • Domino
  • Lysander
  • Hopper
  • Neo
  • Misha