by far my favourite interview of them


1. Who is your favourite Holland, that isn’t Tom?

2. Has Tom made a life changing difference in your life?

3. How and when did you discover Tom?

4. If you could cast Tom in anything, ranging from existing movies to books, what would you choose?

5. What you love about Tom most?

6. Your favourite character?

7. Opinion on why that’s your favourite character portayed?

8. Favourite Tom Holland related Instagram post 

9 What is your favourite era so far? 

10. Who is your favourite Tom friendship? 

11. What are your thoughts on TheBrothersTrust?

12. If you would ever meet, what would you like to tell/ask him? 

13. What do you love the most about Tom? 

 14. Favourite Tom Holland related interview so far? 

15. What is a song on your phone that gives you major Tom Holland feels? 

16. Your favourite movie? 

17. Opinion on why that’s tour favourite? 

18. Who’s your favourite superhero, besides Spiderman. 

19. What is your favourite Tom Holland qoute? 

20. What is your favourite ever Tom Holland imagine you’ve read? 

21. Favourite Tom Holland account? ps. Do all of them

Interview: Kaj

Today we’re joined by Kaj. Kaj is an awesome up-and-coming writer and a former actor. They’re writing blends a number of different genres, though they write quite a bit of fantasy. Kaj used to perform as an actor in the theater and hopes to return at some point in the future. They’re clearly and enthusiastic and dedicated artist, as you’ll soon read. My thanks to them for taking the time to participate in this interview.


Please, tell us about your art.

I am a writer and used to be an actor.

Acting was fun, my favourite parts so far (I’m hoping to get back into it one day) were Horatio in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Mrs. Erlynne in Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan. It was just my school’s drama club, but we had the reputation of doing a pretty decent job.

Writing is mostly an outlet for a lot of feelings, for things I think about, and sometimes just plain stress relief. I write basically everything. I started out with Harry Potter-ish fantasy, then crime stories, urban fantasy, and my most recent project is some kind of Fight Club inspired tragedy. -Ish. Actually, I just start writing whatever comes to my mind and see where it takes me from there. I never know what’s going to happen in a story until it happens. Party because of that (and because I keep getting distracted) I never finished one of my “big” projects. I do fine with short stories, but actual novels are usually abandoned somewhere along the way. But maybe my current idea will work out. Being almost ten chapters deep is quite a step forward for me.

What inspires you?

I started writing at a young age (I hardly remember a time where I haven’t been writing), so I have no idea anymore why I started writing in the first place.

And for the individual stories, it depends. My first big project was obviously inspired by Harry Potter. In general, it often happens that I read a book (or fic or watch a movie etc.) and get an idea about what might happen if you took /that/ element and spun it another way.

What got you interested in your field?  Have you always wanted to be an artist?

As I said, I don’t remember when and why I started writing. But I think it’s safe to say that my love for books might have something to do with it. As soon as I could read I was hardly ever seen without a book. I think we sometimes got assignments in school to do some creative writing and I kinda noticed how much fun that is.

As long as I’ve been writing stories I also wanted to be an author – as in, a published author. And I still hope that one day I might be able to finish one of my bigger project and actually get it published. But since I have a “real” job, writing is and will always be a hobby.  

Do you have any kind of special or unique signature, symbol, or feature you include in your work that you’d be willing to reveal?

There are definitely a lot of queer characters in all my stories, but I don’t think that counts. Another constant, I think, is that my protagonists tend to be thrown into some kind of trouble so I can just watch them react. They hardly ever make the first step in the stories, it’s usually something that happens /to/ them. Reactions interest me, because there are so many ways to react to the same situation and every character behaves differently.

Also, many – if not most – of my stories /don’t end well/. Idk why, but tragedy always intrigued me. So, death and violence could probably be counted as “recurring themes”.

What advice would you give young aspiring artists?

1. Don’t stop. No matter what kind of art you produce, keep doing it. Write short-short-short stories in the notebook on your phone. Write some sentences on the back of your homework and see if it takes you anywhere. It will get messy, you will have loose ends /everywhere/ and the amount of abandoned stories will grow daily, but that’s okay as long as you keep writing. And if you have an idea for a novel, try and work on it whenever you can. You can write the first chapter on your computer. Maybe you get an idea for the next chapter at work – scribble it down on whatever piece of paper you can find. Try to outline the plot in your head when you’re in the supermarket.

2. Don’t beat yourself up about it. It doesn’t matter if it’s not Shakespeare. It doesn’t have to become a novel. It’s okay if you can’t write on your wanna-be novel every day. It’s okay to let stories sit on the shelf for weeks. And it’s okay to abandon stories.

3. Don’t let the muggles get you down. Don’t let anyone talk shit about what you write. Or about the fact /that/ you’re writing. You do you.


Where on the spectrum do you identify?

I’m asexual. I didn’t realize until a couple of months ago, because I never gave much thought to it. I experience very strong sensual attraction, which is probably why I never thought about being ace. Only when Tumblr made me realise that sexual attraction actually means looking at someone thinking “I want sex with you” it dawned on me that I might not experience that.

I’m also pretty sure I’m aromantic. This one’s a bit tricky though, because I’m also hella romance-repulsed and I can’t quite tell if I’m not interested in romance with anyone or averse to the thought of a romantic relationship itself.

Have you encountered any kind of ace prejudice or ignorance in your field?  If so, how do you handle it?

I haven’t encountered any prejudice. But that’s mostly because I’m not out in RL, and I usually don’t connect much with other writers on the internet. The only people who know about me being aroace /and/ me being a writer are close friends, most of them queer. So, I’m in a pretty good place when it comes to that.

What’s the most common misconception about asexuality that you’ve encountered?

Being asexual = not liking/having sex. I mean, it’s kinda true for me, since I’m also trans/nonbinary/agender and dysphoria makes it kinda impossible for me to undress in front of anyone, let alone have sex with them. But there are many aces out there who enjoy sex, and the orientation isn’t defined by the behavior.

What advice would you give to any asexual individuals out there who might be struggling with their orientation?

It’s going to be okay. You’re not broken. You’re not alone. And no matter what exclusionists say, you DO belong in the LGBTQIA/Queer Community.

There are many people out there who feel like you do, and just because society tries to tell us we must always want sex with basically anyone, that doesn’t make them right and you wrong.  

Finally, where can people find out more about your work?

On my blog there’s a page where you can find my stories. It’s just a tiny bit of my work, because most of it is in German (my first language). Maybe I’ll add some of the German short stories as well, I’m not sure yet. I also have accounts at and AO3, but I rather not link them with my Tumblr because I’m honestly not too proud of that stuff.

(In shameless self-promoting: Janus is my favourite story so far; it’s actually the longest story I ever finished. Also, once in a lifetime I did plan ahead and outlined the story before jumping into writing.)

Thank you, Kaj, for participating in this interview and this project. It’s very much appreciated.
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DT appreciation week, day 6:

This is by far my favourite interview with David - and I’ve seen them all! If you’re just remotely interested in David and his work, this is the interview you should watch! First of all, it’s long and thoroughly - and second of all it’s clever, informative, brilliant and EXTREMELY FUNNY! David is 100% honest about his career and life and the chemistry between him and the interviewer, Richard Ridge, is magnificent. And, of course, David looks illegally handsome and there’s a lot of hand talking, left eyebrow action, various facial expressions and great, GREAT hair. And, of course, loads of cute dorkiness <3 Go watch this!


By far my favourite interview that I’ve seen and I really don’t know why but I can’t stop watching it…sooo addictive!

repairboyvaldez  asked:

i literally have no idea why i wasnt following any of your blogs ??¿? but yay tash i hope your uni applications go great! 🍁 my favourite poem is the lady of shalott by lord alfred tennyson (idk why but i found it when i was 10 and ive just.... loved it ever since) but anyway i hope the blogrates are going well!

you probably weren’t following them because i make too many
i’ve gotten 2 interviews so far which is really good!! & i love tennyson’s poetry i have a book of his works & the blogrates are going slow as you can probably tell because it’s taken me like a week to even get to yours and i’ve been off for that week as well *sigh* i’m a mess but you love me that way ;)<3


do i get the reference?: yes! | maybe? | no, sorry
length: too short | perfect | too long
overall: okay | good | awesome | flawless | who did you kill??


do i get the reference?: yes! | maybe? | no, sorry
colouring: okay | good | awesome | flawless | james potter
clarity: okay | good | awesome | flawless | lily evans
overall: okay | good | awesome | flawless | i want!!

desktop theme:

type: okay | good | awesome | flawless | sirius black
colours: okay | good | awesome | flawless | remus lupin
sidebar: okay | good | awesome | flawless | ron weasley
updates tab: okay | good | awesome | flawless | hermione granger
navigation: okay | good | awesome | flawless | harry potter
overall: okay | good | awesome | flawless | hello, new theme

mobile theme:

colours: okay | good | awesome | flawless | ginny weasley
title: okay | good | awesome | flawless | luna lovegood
header: okay | good | awesome | flawless | neville longbottom
overall: okay | good | awesome | flawless | fleur delacour


my fandoms?: yes! | sometimes | no
quality: okay | good | awesome | flawless | george weasley
overall: okay | good | awesome | flawless | *reblogs everything*


overall: okay | good | awesome | flawless | fred weasley
following?: no, but i love you | now i am | why wasn’t i already following you? | yes i am | “you’ll stay with me?” “until the very end.”

So an interviewer asked Walk the Moon:
“You guys also do this really cool thing on social media called #FanArtFriday. What has one of your favourite pieces of fan art that you’ve seen so far?”
And this is what they said.

To quote Nick, my heart is “so big and swollen right now” I could cry.

These guys honestly mean the world to me and the fact that my silly little project stood out to them just fills me with the upmost joy.

'Keeping Harry Away'

requested by dreamer-lover235

summary: Harry Styles didn’t mean to fall in love with Luke Hemmings’ girlfriend, but the media loved it

based on this post because someone thought I made it. I didn’t but I wrote about it anyway so credit must go where it’s due!

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