Have you drawn Luke Fox before?? Cause he is so hot my goodness no wonder his batsuit glows
I know I KNOW I hate myself I haven’t drawn him yet…..cause I suck. Tho I do have this doodle thingy of him in my drafts …mayb I’ll finish it soon. But honestly?? Luke’s attractiveness> dick Grayson’s attractiveness that’s FACTS . Have u seen tht man….
Lyra when did you start shipping Richonne and also what pushed you to write your first Richonne fanfic?
I was actually kind of late shipping Richonne. I didn’t ship them at all in seasons 3 or 4 just ‘cause I wasn’t looking for romance in TWD. But then ‘Claimed’ happened.
Rick asked Michonne to stick around for Carl and I just jokingly said to my sister, “Did he just propose?” And then my eyes got big, I gasped, and I just had a come-to-Jesus moment. I completely spiraled into the Richonne ship from then on. ‘Cause why the fuck shouldn’t he propose?! They would be hot af together! That was my line of thinking at the time. :D
Plus…something else that was nudging me along without me knowing before ‘Claimed’…I took a break from watching TWD for a while, but I was getting ready to go to this panel Norman Reedus was doing. And being the nerd I am, I decided to research Norman Reedus so I’d have things to ask him and talk to him about if I got a chance to talk to him after the panel. And of course I knew Norman Reedus was on TWD so I was like, ‘Okay, let me get back into that show and see what’s happening.’ So I started watching again for NR/Daryl and at the same time, I started writing a fanfic - my first TWD fanfic - about Daryl and Michonne getting together. So basically I started writing a Dixonne fic (omg - I’m embarrassed to talk about it now lol). Anyway, as I was writing that fic, I found it easier to write Rick/Michonne scenes. So even when I wasn’t shipping Richonne, my subconscious was trying to tell me, ‘No, look at these two together! They’re just so easy and natural! Stop trying to force this Dixonne thing!) So yeah…I was struggling with that, then I watched ‘Claimed’ and the rest is all history.
Okie so I watched all of the current episodes of Yuri!!! On Ice last night with my mum and oh my god. Anyway I got bored in class today and decided to message my mum and this happened. Actual quote from my mum during episode 5 “Are you sure the fact that they say it’s an ice skating anime isn’t just a cover up so they can make a gay anime, because I’m pretty sure Viktor is just in it for the attention from hot guys like Yuri, cause why else would he move to Japan to coach a man that copied his routine and then take baths with him, suggest that they sleep together and also ask if he wants him to be his boyfriend? I mean doesn’t that just scream I’m a gay Russian man who craves Japanese Yuri?”
okay so this has probably been said to you before, but like...WHAT IF. The king pushes Coran into the cyro-pod after he placed Allura away and the last thing Coran see's is the King dying while the computer's static is like "Cyro instigated in 3...2...1..." and Coran is just pounding on the glass screaming empty "NO,NO,NO." before slumping against the glass in a deep slumber. WHAT DO YOU THINK FRIEND? feelings be real.
Halloween has never been my thing, perhaps because where I come from (especially when I was a kid), it isn’t celebrated. I do find it the perfect excuse to talk about my favorite fantasy books. These books might not be spooky in general, but they have their moments!
1. Mara Dyer
I took the first Mara Dyer-book home with me from the library without having any expectations. Once I started reading these books, it was impossible to put them down. The story’s about Mara, a high school student who’s been noticing strange accidents around her. Accidents she’s afraid she caused. Noah Shaw is Mara’s love interest and he’s so hot and brooding but also sweet and caring. They really are M.A.D.N.E.S.S. (sorry, inside joke). Mara also has a great best friend and a cool relationship with her brothers.
2. The Grishaverse
If there’s one author everyone should give a shot it’s Leigh Bardugo. She can create a mystery and let her kick-ass characters solve it with a lot of action and a little bit of humor. I deliberately wrote Grishaverse, instead of trilogy because Leigh’s Six Of Crows-duology is set in the same universe. The setting of Six Of Crows is very different from the Grisha-books but just as good. Maybe even better…
3. Vampire Academy (and the Bloodlines spin-off)
About three years ago I read Richelle Mead’s VA-series, which is narrated by the witty Rose Hathaway. She’s a dhampir, a half human-half vampire, who’s in training to become her best friend Lissa’s, a royal vampire, guardian. When I first heard of this series I wasn’t entirely convinced, but once I started reading the first book, I couldn’t put it down! I read the entire VA-series in one week. Luckily after I was finished there was the spin-off, which is about Sydney Sage. She gets introduced in the fourth VA-book. Bloodlines isn’t better or worse, it is only different.
4. Shatter Me
Writing, or even thinking, about Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me-series always hurts a little bit. I’ve read this series twice. When I finished Ignite Me, I started all over again the next day. Tahereh’s writing is beautiful. She writes about the journey of Juliette, a girl with fatal powers, who’s captured and eventually used as a weapon. In Unravel Me there’s this really intense scene and every time I read it, something scares the shit out of me, like the doorbell. My heart hurt so badly from being startled that it still hurts when I think about it.
5. Precious Stone
If you’re looking for an adventure with mystery and great humor, Kerstin Gier’s books are for you. In this trilogy, she writes about time traveling and her character’s are hilarious! Once you’ve finished this book you’ll want to read more of her. Luckily her Silver-trilogy is also published in multiple languages.