Hinata’s been trying to get Kageyama to agree to it for weeks, and when he finally does Kags is flushing so hard Hinata thinks he may explode. But then he gets in the bath tub and he doesn’t want to come out, so they end up doing it at least once a month
5. Do either of them avidly follow a celebrity and/or fandom?
i think Hinata may have created a tumblr blog to stan his current obssesion but forgot about it, they both support some volley players but other than that i don’t think they do
7. Who plans the romantic date?
surprisingly is Kageyama the one who does it, Hinata even worries about him the first time he takes him to a proper romantic date
13. Who makes the first move to cuddle?
Hinata, no doubt, sometimes annoys Kageyama, but he loves it so swallows his pride and hugs him tighter
I do not know if my taste suits yours but sure of course I can
For a quick reading Horacio Quiroga Stories (Stories of love, madness and death and The Beheaded Chicken and Other Stories are good compilation but you can pick The Chair of Pain too) Robert Louis Stevenson if you like (Treasure Island, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Kidnapped, The Suicide club, he has a lot of good writings) Milan Kundera - writes novels but all of them are short novels (The Unbearable Lightness of Being, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, Ignorance) García Marquez wrote good short stories too (there’s this book called Strange Pilgrims with 12 stories I think, very good if you want to start if you want a short novel there’s this one called Chronicle of a Death Foretold - i did start with this one and it was v good. or The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother a longer one could be Of love and others demons…tbh I did read everything from him haha) Murakami’s books are good for a quick read too (Kafka on the Shore, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, Sputnik Sweetheart, etc I’m prettu sure you’ve seem him everywhere so is up to you to search) Edgar Allan Poe stories are a must so I don’t think I should rec them
Friedrich Nietzsche (I would rec read anything from him that catch your eyes but a must would be Human all too Human and Thus Spoke Zarathustra) Albert Camus (The Stranger, The Plague, The fall and The Myth of Sisyphus) Jean Paul Sarte (I always rec The Wall for a first reading is easy to read, Nausea is my fav one ofc but No exit is good as well, Being and Nothingness is p good -tho is a essay-) Hermann Hesse A MUST it will always be Steppenwolf is one of my all time fave novels, then there’s Demian and Siddartha, Strange news from another star and ….I’m still wanna read Gertrude but I can’t find the book) George Orwell 1984 / Animal Farm. // Osamu Dazai The Setting Sun and No longer Human are the one my friend rec me and I loved them (shout-out @maki–ta). // Aldoux Huxley -his collected short stories / Brave new world Marcel Proust In Search of the lost times // Ray Bradbury The Martian Chronicles, The Illustrated Man and Farenheit 451
Jules Verne, Simone de Beauvoir, Bukowski, Humerto Eco, Jorge Luis Borges, Franz Kafka, shut me the fuck up….
*Special Mentions for Aztec by Gary Jennings and Mila 18 by Leon Uris *Currently obssesed with Emil Cioran.
ps: i would like to write way more but I would never finish, if you’re searching for some kind of writing specifically just tell me