Okay, picture this. Season two, Jughead wants to join the Serprents, Betty is afraid of his safety. He gets stubborn, because deep down he believes the Serpents can help him avenge his dad, they fight, Betty runs back to her house crying. Alice tries to comfort her, Betty is fuming at Jughead and how stupid he is and how he is going to get hurt and that’s when Alice tells her all about her Southside background. She goes to the attic and from an old box of things, unburies her old black leather Serpent jacket with a nostalgic smile, giving it to Betty and urging her to go get her boy before it’s too late. Later that night, when Jug gets out of his trailer for Serpent duties he stops dead in his tracks as he sees Betty resting against his father’s truck and sporting the same jacket as him with a sweet and sexy little smile, the two of them now becoming King and Queen of the Southside.

Each house as: Alice in Wonderland characters
  • Gryffindor: Alice – curiosity, bravery, thirst for adventures
  • Hufflpuff: White Knight – kindness, clumsiness, precious bean that should be acknowledged™
  • Ravenclaw: Caterpillar – out of this world, indescribable, O R U
  • Slytherin: Cheschire Cat – s a s s, aesthetic, snarky smirky grinny kitty


My “Read Around the World” project is essentially my wish to read more than just typically published American authors. I want to read books by people from different parts of the world, who have emigrated from other nations, or who have heritage from other countries in the world. Originally, the project was only going to include books in translation, but due to inadequate funds and resources, I’ve opened criteria and focused more on the concept “read more diversely”. While maybe not entirely accurate in name, I’m very excited to start my Read Around the World project, which focuses on 80 recognized UN nations! 

So, without further ado, for anyone with an interest in what I’ll be reading or looking for some recommendations, my list: 

  1.  Afghanistan: The Pearl that Broke it’s Shell by Nadia Hashimi
  2. Algeria: The Lovers of Algeria by Anouar Benmalek
  3. Argentina: Purgatory by Tomás Eloy Martínez
  4. Australia: Cloudstreet by Tim Winton
  5. Austria: The Reluctant Empress by Brigitte Hamann
  6. Bangladesh: A Golden Age by Tahmima Anam
  7. Belarus: A Factory of Tears by Valzhyna Mort
  8. Belgium: The Life of Hunger by Amélie Nothomb
  9. Brazil: Don Casmurro by Machado de Assis
  10. Bulgaria: Bai Ganyo: Incredible Tales of a Modern Bulgarian by Aleko Konstantinov
  11. Cambodia: Never Fall Down by Patricia Cormack
  12. Canada: Lives of Girls and Women by Alice Munro
  13. Chile: The House of Spirits by Isabelle Allende
  14. China: The Kitchen God’s Wife by Amy Tan
  15. Colombia: One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
  16. Costa Rica: Costa Rica: A Traveler’s Literary Companion by Barbara Ras
  17. Croatia: The Ministry of Pain by Dubravka Ugrešić
  18. Cuba: Before Night Falls: A Memoir by Reinaldo Arenas
  19. Czech Republic: The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
  20. Denmark: The Exception by Christian Jungersen
  21. Dominican Republic: In the Time of Butterflies by Julia Alvarez
  22. Ecuador: The Queen of Water by Laura Resau and María Virginia Farinango
  23. Egypt: The Palace Walk: The Cairo Trilogy by Naguib Mahfouz
  24. Finland: The Year of the Hare by Arto Paasilinna
  25. France: The Confidant by Hélène Grémillon
  26. Georgia: One More Year by Sana Krasikov
  27. Germany: Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada
  28. Ghana: Changes: A Love Story by Ama Ata Aidoo
  29. Greece: Freedom or Death by Nikos Kazantzakis
  30. Haiti: The Farming of Bones by Edwidge Danticat
  31. Hungary: Metropole by Ferenc Karinthy
  32. Iceland: Independent People by Halldór Laxness
  33. India: A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth
  34. Indonesia: The Rainbow Troops by Andrea Hirata
  35. Iran: The Blood of Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani
  36. Iraq: Nostalgia, My Enemy by Saadi Youssef
  37. Ireland: The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry
  38. Israel: A Tale of Love and Darkness by Amos Oz
  39. Italy: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante
  40. Jamaica: The Book of Night Women by Marlon James
  41. Japan: The Street of a Thousand Blossoms by Gail Tsukiyama
  42. Kenya: Petals of Blood by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o
  43. Latvia: The Earth is Singing by Vaness Curtis
  44. Lebanon: June Rain by Jabbour Douaihy
  45. Lithuania: Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
  46. Libya: In the Country of Men by Hisham Matar
  47. Malaysia: The Gift of Rain by Tan Twan Eng
  48. Malta: Death in Malta by Rosanne Dingli
  49. Mexico: Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel
  50. Morocco: Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood by Fatema Mernissi
  51. Mozambique: Sleepwalking Land by Mia Couto
  52. Nepal: Arresting God in Kathmandu by Samrat Upadhyay
  53. Netherlands: In Lucia’s Eyes by Arthur Japin
  54. New Zealand: The Bone People by Keri Hulme
  55. Nigeria: Half a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  56. North Korea: The Girl with Seven Names by Hyeonseo Lee
  57. Norway: A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen
  58. Pakistan: I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai
  59. Peru: The Time of the Hero by Mario Vargas Llosa
  60. Philippines: Noli Me Tangere by José Rizal
  61. Poland: This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen by Tadeusz Borowski
  62. Portugal: Blindness by José Saramago
  63. Romania: The Land of Green Plums by Herta Muller
  64. Russia: Queen of Spades and Other Stories by Alexander Pushkin
  65. Rwanda: We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow  We Will Be Killed with Our Families by Philip Gourevitch
  66. Saudi Arabia: Cities of Salt by Abdul Raman Munif
  67. Slovakia: The House of the Deaf Man by Peter Krištúfek
  68. South Africa: The Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela
  69. South Korea: Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook Shin
  70. Spain: The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
  71. Sri Lanka: Island of a Thousand Mirrors by Nayomi Munaweera
  72. Sweden: The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson
  73. Switzerland: Small World by Martin Suter
  74. Syria: In Praise of Hatred by Khaled Khalifa
  75. Turkey: The Bastard of Istanbul by Elif Shafak
  76. Uganda: Tropical Fish: Tales from Entebbe by Doreen Baingana
  77. Ukraine: Fieldwork in Ukrainian Sex by Oksana Zabuzhko
  78. Uruguay: Open Veins in Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent by Eduardo Galeano
  79. Vietnam: The Sorrow of War by Bảo Ninh
  80. Zimbabwe: When a Crocodile Eats the Sun by Peter Godwin
What RPG horrors are the signs
  • Aries: The Witch's House
  • Taurus: Alice Mare
  • Gemini: Mermaid Swamp
  • Cancer: The Crooked Man
  • Leo: Forest of Drizzling rain
  • Virgo: Misao
  • Libra: Ib
  • Scorpio: Mad Father
  • Sagittarius: Yume Nikki
  • Capricorn: Corpse Party
  • Aquarius: Cloe's Requiem/.flow
  • Pisces: OFF

reginaphlanageadams  asked:

Piggybacking off of the last request about the Audrey Hepburn quote, could you possibly Write about this one? "Don't forget to smile, you're the prettiest when you do." I don't know who wrote it or if that's correct but I love it and could imagine Jughead using it to help Betty feel better after being teased by Cheryl or something like that. I love a good fluff piece. Love your writing and you!

Aww that’s beautiful! You got it!


Stupid Cheryl blossom and her stupid, perfect body, and perfect hair, and perfect face. Betty mumbled under her breath, slamming her gym locker shut and putting her flats back on her feet.

Of all days for Cheryl to be on a rampage, she had to choose today. Picking at everything Betty did, criticizing every aspect of Betty’s body and face. Normally she wouldn’t let it get to her, but today

It was her birthday.

She didn’t mind that no one remembered, it’s not like she mentioned it. Her birthday was always a touchy subject for her. On this day two years ago, Polly had been taken away, never to be seen again.

So yeah, she didn’t really talk about her birthday, but that didn’t mean she wanted to be treated like trash on it.

The day hadn’t started off great, her dad had gone away on business last night, which just left Betty and her mother alone in the house. Alice woke her up to tell her she overslept and was going to be late for school, the only reason she knew her mother remembered her birthday was the quick “happy birthday” she threw her before walking out the door.

Veronica didn’t know it was her birthday, Betty had never told her, so obviously she couldn’t count on that, and Archie well, he just forgot. It wasn’t his fault. He had a lot on his mind.

She knew she had to look nasty, her face a permanent frown, cut her some slack, if she wanted to be miserable she was gonna be miserable.

It was her birthday after all.

Walking through the halls, Betty ran her hand across the cold metal lockers, suddenly she spotted the familiar beanie of Jughead jones.

She smiled slightly, but even his presence couldn’t keep a smile on her face.

“Hey juggie.”

“Hey green eyes, what’s with the frown.”

She sighed leaning against the locker next to his.

“Just Cheryl being Cheryl, apparently my legs aren’t straight enough and my face isn’t pretty enough.”

He snorted ,drawing her attention to his,

“Yeah, you not being pretty enough, makes total sense.”

She smiled, smacking his shoulder

“Thanks juggie.”

“So Cheryl’s the reason for your grumpy mood?”

She nodded

“You sure it has nothing to do with today being your birthday?”

Her eyes snapped open, connecting with his.

“You remembered?”

He smiled at her, digging in his pockets before pulling out a folded up book with a little ribbon on it

“Happy birthday bets.”

Her eyes watered as she took the present from his hands.

It was an original, Holmes and Watson.

She instantly had her arms wrapped around him.

“Thank you juggie, you didn’t have to.”

He rested his hands on her hips, pulling away slightly.

“I like to see you smile.”

She beamed at him

“You always look the prettiest when you smile.”

Laughing, she pulled the book into her hands instantly digging into it. Smiling brighter than she had all day.

Twenty Questions

Context: Alice has seen a vision of your mate but won’t give in to telling you so easily. So you decide to play a game to get the info out of her only to realize that your mate is closer than you think. 

Request:Can you please do one that, Y/N, is Carsliles (idk if I spelt that right) biological daughter, and she’s s newborn, nobody knows who her mate is, Alice comes into play, and shows that Edward is her mate? Then Edward reads her mind, and smiles, just Him, Alice, and the reader knowing that he’s her mate? EDWARDxREADER?

Warnings: None

It wasn’t easy finding Carlisle and joining his family. And it especially wasn’t easy when Alice saw a vision of your mate but wouldn’t tell you. You had been pestering her all day to tell you but she only laughed and walked away from you.

“Alice, I really want to know. Why won’t you tell me?” You asked her again for about the hundredth time that day.

“Because, Y/N, it’s quite honestly too exciting to just give up.” Alice said, sitting on the sofa in the room her and Jasper shared.

You thought on that a moment, as someone who had been turned recently, your mind was moving at a thousand miles per hour and you finally came up with an idea.

“I know, how about a game then.” You said, catching Alice’s attention.

“A game?” she thought for a moment. “What kind?”

“If I can guess who it is, you have to tell me, but basically like twenty questions and you have to be completely honest.” You said, crossing your arms across your chest.

Alice smiled so wide, you could see how shiny her teeth were. “Deal.”

“Okay, first question. Do I know this person?” You asked, taking a seat on the floor in front of her. This was going to be a very long night.

“Yes.” She said, smiling wide again.

You thought for a moment. There are only a handful of people that you could possibly think of. “Is it a male?”

“Yes.” She said again.



You sat in thought a little while longer, narrowing down the possibilities in your head. “Does this person live nearby?”

Alice paused for a moment before answering. “Yes.”

You looked at her cautiously but didn’t say anything. Again you sat in thought, narrowing the list even more before you asked the next question.

“Does he live in this house?”

Alice didn’t say anything, instead she just smiled really big.

“So that’s a yes?” You asked, wanting to relieve any confusion.

She nodded.

Your body felt a little tense before you asked the final question. You hadn’t been prepared for it but you knew you liked him a lot. He was probably your favorite Cullen besides your Dad and Alice.

“Is it Edward?”

Alice leaped on top of you, laughing and shouting. “YES!”

Your body was so tense it took you a minute to realize that you felt a presence come through the door.

“What’s going on?” Edward asked at he looked as Alice on top of you laughing.

It only took a moment for him to search your thoughts before he stiffened and stared at you. You got up from your position on the floor and looked him dead in the eyes. A smile spread across his face like butter and you instantly smiled back.

“Well, this should be interesting.” He said, smiling and taking your hand in his. “I always knew you liked me, but being my mate is especially exciting.”

He kissed your forehead before leading you out of the house to explore the woods together and talk about the life you and him both were about to live, together.

Originally posted by lectoresa

Theory Time: The Mad Hatter Madness

ok so, i was thinking with myself for sometime now about an issue that Alice through the looking glass made clear.

Alice made the Mad Hatter mad.


it’ll be a long, long, long (really, trust me) ride, so try to keep up with me.

i can promise it will be worth it.


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itsmayonegg  asked:

Fall Prompt: Wayhaught (or maybe with the whole team??), trick or treating with a young Alice

Alice is almost two when they break the curse. Wynonna goes full helicopter mom. Waverly gets it—she hasn’t seen her kid since she freakin’ gave birth, it makes sense that she basically doesn’t want to let Alice out of her sight now that she’s got the chance. It’s just that Waverly kind of wants to go helicopter aunt, but getting Wynonna to take a break, go out for dinner, leave Nicole and Waverly in charge of the kid? It’s not easy.

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