anonymous asked:

Hey! I've been seeing a few posts about a book about a girl who can't die, and I was just wondering, what exactly is it? Like, is it a story told through poetry, or...?

funny story actually, i somehow convinced myself that on top of the poetry what i really needed was to write a novel, you know, to challenge myself haha. the concept of the girl who cant die (alternatively the girl who keeps dying but also keeps coming back) came from a poem i published called GIRL SURVIVES and from there i quickly determined three things:

1. it’s gonna be super gay.

2. mermaids. bc why not. or rather, sea witches who are also sometimes referred to as the Mer bc if they choose to they can take the form of what you’d imagine when you think of a mermaid.

3. like. super, super gay. 

basically its an actual proper full length novel currently at about 18.5k words. i started working on it about a week and a half ago, and i have a pretty decent idea of where it’s going plot wise (although bits and pieces keep surprising me haha) i’m not quite ready to reveal a title (which i do actually have, i think) or the synopsis yet, but it’ll be coming soon probably. 

Does it ever just really upset people when you remember how genuinely surprised Percy is when people compliment him.
Like when he was offered godhood and he was so shocked, or when Chiron called him a leader and he was so surprised.
He gets so surprised that people have a crush on him too, like Calypso for instance. He just has such a low self esteem and it’s so sad.

Books with Asexual Main Characters

Hello! Your local mod here. A few months ago, I spent a lot of time researching books with asexual main characters and made a list of YA books with explicit rep. While making the list, I found lots of books that didn’t fit my requirements and had lots of requests to know what other books I found. I linked people to sources I used, but none 100% matched and there are at least four books that could be added. So I wanted something that had a wide range, could be updated, and could be shared easily. Hence, even though it doesn’t fully fit this blog, it’s going here!

This is a list of books in all age ranges. Some of the books have explicit representation - using the words or giving the definition without using the word - and some don’t. Some of them could be considered problematic. If you want more details on any of the books, feel free to message me privately. I’ll also be linking to the goodreads page for each book [links tk], so you can check reviews for feedback (it can be tricky, but see what shelves people add it too). I’ll also link my sources at the end of this post in case they update with things I don’t catch or they have details I didn’t include. And, as a final note, sometimes the asexual main characters aren’t main characters until later in a book series. In those cases, I’ll link to the first book and leave a note about which book has the main character.

YA Books

This Song is (Not) for You by Laura Nowlin

Fourth World by Lyssa Chiravari

From Under the Mountain by Cait Spivey

Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson (Ace character is a side character in book one, main character in sequel)

Sabriel by Garth Nix (Ace MC in Clariel)

Seven Ways We Lie by Riley Redgate

Deadly Sweet Lies by Erica Cameron

Taken by Chance by Erica Cameron and Lani Woodland (Demisexual side character, confirmed in book 3, MC in book 4)

The Beast of Callaire by Saruuh Kelsey

The Second Mango by Shira Glassman

We Awaken by Calista Lynne

Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld

The Clinic by Charlie Care

After I Wake by Emma Griffiths

Stranger by Rachel Manija Brown and Sherwood Smith

New Adult Books

All the Wrong Places by Ann Gallagher

The Life and Death of Eli and Jay by Francis Gideon

How Not to Summon Your True Love by Sasha L. Miller

Carrie Pilby by Caren Lissner

Crush by Caitlin Ricci

Endless Days of Summer by Stacy O’Steen

The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic

Coffee Cake by Michaela Grey

Adult Books

The Speed of Dark by Elizabeth Moon

The Sheepfarmer’s Daughter by Elizabeth Moon

Dreams of Shreds and Tatters by Amanda Downum

The Oathbound by Mercedes Lackey

Banner of the Damned by Sherwood Smith

How to Be a Normal Person by TJ Klune

Rescuing Jack by Caitlin Ricci (Asexual MC in sequel, Of Monsters and Men)

Torque by Charley Descoteaux

Blue Steel Chain by Alex Beecroft

Blood and Clockwork by Katey Hawthorne

Breakfire’s Glass by A.M. Valenza

Flesh and Fire by Laura Ann Gilman

The Heart of Aces (anthology)

The Bone People by Keri Hulme

City of Soldiers by Sam Burke

Sere From the Green by Lauren Jankowski

Sinners by Eka Waterfield

Chameleon Moon by RoAnna Sylver

Mindtouch by M.C.A. Hogarth

The Pardoner’s Tale by Morgan Ferdinand

Dragonoak by Sam Farren

Dust by Elizabeth Bear

A Date with Angel by J. Judkins

The Mystic Marriage by Heather Rose Jones

The Deadly Nightshade by Justine Ashford

More Than Enough by T.T. Kove

Shock and Awe by Abigail Roux (Demisexual MC comes out in book 3, Part and Parcel)


As Autumn Leaves by Kate Sands

Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire

To Terminator With Love by Wes Kennedy

Ely, Jesse, and Robin’s Guide to Asexuality by R.J. Seeley

The Asexual Equation by R.J. Seeley

Cold Ennaline by R.J. Astruc

The Alpha and His Ace by Ana J. Phoenix

The Cybernetic Tea Shop by Meredith Katz

The Faerie Godmother’s Apprentice Wore Green by Nicky Kyle

At the Edge by Alden Lila Reedy

We Go Forward by Alison Evans

Sing to Me by Becca Lusher

High and Tight by Vanessa North

Upcoming YA Books

27 Hours by Tristina Wright

Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee

Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann

Assassins: Discord by Erica Cameron (Ace MC in book 2)

Interface by Lucy Mihajlich

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman (released already in the UK)

Running with the Pack by A.M. Burns and Caitlin Ricci

Upcoming New Adult Books

Overexposed by Megan Erickson

Daybreak Rising by Kiran Olivera

Upcoming Adult Books

Hello World by Tiffany Rose and Alex Tauber


As I said, this will be a continuously updated list. I’ll be adding in goodreads links now that the list is up (as long as tumblr allows), adding books that come up, and can move/remove books if anybody thinks they don’t fit, since most of this was research, not my actual reading list. So, feel free to message me with any comments or concerns and otherwise, enjoy!

Update #1: Links added; Running with the Pack, High and Tight, and More Than Enough added; Shock and Awe moved.


The Lost Coven Character Introduction Aesthetics [4/9] Joshua Kindermann Brother Lover Loyal to a Fault

“James was equally thankful and frustrated for Josh’s rationality. Thankful, because Josh still offered support though he remained unconvinced the dreams came true. Frustrated, because Josh remained unconvinced the dreams came true yet still offered support.”


Andy Black explains his many nicknames

APTV caught up with Andy Black to talk about the (many) nicknames he’s had throughout the years. He explains that, more than anything, they are a way to show how he’s grown as a person and as an artist, starting with his MySpace moniker Andy Sixx.

“The way that I built myself, not unlike my favorite comic book characters, was to create this version of myself,” he says.

Watch the video to hear why he chose “Andy Black” and how social media played a part in everything.

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anonymous asked:

i just wish frank coulda been more chinese, instead of chinese-canadian with a couple mandarin words thrown in and dragon-history-shapeshifting. i wish he could've known of more traditions instead of just the grave-sweeping one, (1/2)

which has an actual chinese name, qingming. i wish we could’ve seen the reactions to the roman gods against buddhism, taoism, etc., i just wish in a book where a character is chinese and cool!! we couldve seen more of the chinese culture (2/2)

If Rick hadn’t tried to cram seven (and then nine) main characters into the one series he could have given us more backstory and character development, and we probably would have gotten to see more of Frank’s heritage and culture. I agree that it’s a shame that it wasn’t utilised more.

anonymous asked:

Will there be any LGB characters in your books? Or any characters who aren't cis?

Yes! There are a few, but we haven’t spent much time with them yet. 

@music-from-the-commonwealth Here’s my art trade!!! I really hope you enjoy it! 😁
My inspiration was that time where Elenora finds out MacCready reads the Grognak comics. So I came up with a moment that they’re sitting there chatting about the story and stuff. And also sharing about them being the comic book characters!(sounds kinda silly, I wanted to do it though lol)
I remembered too Elenora liked the Silver Shroud so she would him and MacCready would be silly and dress up as Grognak The Barbarian.