all megan

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Jumps on this Megane!Prompto train—-because I really love him in glasses as well! Albeit thicker frames are always gonna have a place in my heart, I’m gonna take a gander and say he looks good in just about anything as well lol 

Fun doodles to pass the time!

so. here’s a nice little graph I made of the 18-49 demographic ratings for episodes 8-16 (note: 8 is included to show the dramatic drop like damn). you see those peaks? the red dots?

those are the episodes lena is in

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Megane Free! Boys, why don’t all of you draw your most favourite part of our darling Haruka?

Look okay I’m supposed to write something for my creative writing class (because that’s what you do at a creative writing class) but my previous assignment was pretty hecking mediocre and now I‘m stuck in some perpetual loop that goes like 

“I’ll write whAT I WANT”

“No what if the teacher hates it again”

“FUCK ALL CONVENTION WRITE I’LL WHAT I WANT”

“I have specific guidelines”

“BUT I HAVE A PEN I AM ALMIGHTY”

“I am the shittiest writer to have ever cursed this earth”

“I AM A PUBLISHED AUTHOR DAMMIT I CAN DO 500 WORDS ON SETTING DAMMIT”

The female writers, for whatever reason (men?), don’t much believe in heroes, which makes their kind of storytelling perhaps a better fit for these cynical times. Their books are light on gunplay, heavy on emotional violence. Murder is de rigueur in the genre, so people die at the hands of others—lovers, neighbors, obsessive strangers—but the body counts tend to be on the low side. “I write about murder,” Tana French once said, “because it’s one of the great mysteries of the human heart: How can one human being deliberately take another one’s life away?” Sometimes, in the work of French and others, the lethal blow comes so quietly that it seems almost inadvertent, a thing that in the course of daily life just happens. Death, in these women’s books, is often chillingly casual, and unnervingly intimate. As a character in Alex Marwood’s brilliant new novel, The Darkest Secret, muses: “They’re not always creeping around with knives in dark alleyways. Most of them kill you from the inside out.”
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“Women Are Writing the Best Crime Novels” // Terrence Raftery // The Atlantic

I actually got chills reading this article, because this is someone who gets it. I mean, “The female writers, for whatever reason (men?), don’t much believe in heroes.”

“Most of them kill you from the inside out.”