dear tumblr: feel free to add more

Nobody asked for this list but here's some black "beauty gurus/bloggers" for yall to check out

Listed with my personal favorites first 

(The rest are listed in no particular order)

Feel free to add more!

anonymous asked:

hi so i really like your writing and i was wondering if you could give me some other recommendations of 5sos writing blogs to follow? thank you have a nice day!

1) thank you so much :))))) 

2) okay so I kinda went off (every other is bolded simply to make reading/distinguishing different blogs easier):

(het)

anarchyaustraliaassholelukey , futbolcalum , 2k15luke , thespicegirlsvevo (legit the most amazing smut ever) , subhemmings , suburbanbluesmichael , fallenforbands , acoustcmichael , michaelyouareyelling (her soulmate AU is bomb) , quiffedluke , 5secondsofimagines , tokyoluke , puekhemmings (omgomgomg if you’re into theesome/polyamorous relationships, she has a great fic (one shot??) that is a must read) , clemmogram , toomuke , drflukeloops (great domestic schmoop that makes my heart race) , hulkcalum , dibsonmikeybitch (love their smut) , lukepetal (!!!!!!) , luke-ruinedme , stiles24 , kinks182 , lameasluke , 5sosafterparty (really good chaptered fics) , justfandomwritings , michaelavender , punkrocklukehemmings , thedeviltohisangel 

(slash)

mpregashton , whereshiphappens , oliviaswizzle , sadaboutmichael  has a v good fic rec , captainpeggys , daddirwin , lucasashtons (!!!!!) , cyclogenesis (awesome ot4 fics if that’s your thing)

(bonus: both het & slash)

calumspiercedhood

… if you need a more clarified list (for example: a specific AU or maybe domestic stuff or smut), feel free to drop me another message!!!

EDIT: Also I’d like to add that I do rb a lot of writing under these tags (x, x, x, x) and anyone that I’ve rb-ed and have forgotten to put on this list are amazing writers as well. 

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Or: deal with awkward family dinners and awful champagne hangovers by reading Ravenbell porn.

A fic exchange is a challenge in which you list prompts you’d like written for you in exchange for writing prompts someone else has requested. The mods will decide whom you’re writing for based on prompts and the additional information you provide in the sign up sheet.
For this particular challenge, we require a minimum of  1000 words. You will have three weeks to do it. For organization purposes, please tag everything with #rbficexchange.

1. Schedule

Sign-ups Start: NOW
Sign-ups End: December 4th
Assignments Sent: December 6th
Check-in: December 27th
Posting: January 1st

2. Sign-ups

In order to sign up, you have to complete this form. In the form you have to give us: your email address, 3-5 prompts you’d like filled for you, a list of things you really don’t want to find in the fic you receive, and a list of things you’re not willing to do in the fic you write. (Your email address will not be published; we just want to have a way to contact everyone in case someone inevitably changes their url in the middle of the challenge.) Your prompts can be holiday-themed, but it’s definitely not a requirement.

3. Assignments

On December 6th, you’ll receive an email with the details of a fic you’ll be writing. In the email, you’ll find the name of your prompter, a list of 3-5 promtps (choose at least one!), and a list of things your prompted doesn’t want you to include in the fic (please respect them all). We’ll ask you to confirm that you’ve received the email. From that moment, you’ll have three weeks to write your story. THIS IS A SECRET EXCHANGE, SO WE ASK YOU NOT TO TELL ANYONE FOR WHOM YOU’RE WRITING. We want everyone to have a surprise. Well, apart from beta reader. You can tell your beta reader. Which brings us to:

4. Beta readers

You can have a beta reader to help you work on your fic. In fact, we encourage you to find one!! It can be anyone you want. If you have trouble finding a beta reader, please feel free to advertise by making a text post titled “Beta Reader Wanted” and tagging it #rbficexchange. If this doesn’t work, please send us a message. We’ll help.

5. Check-in

We’re including a check-in this time, because last time there was an exchange, a few people failed to write their stories. So we’ll as you to email us your stories by December 27th (the same email address you get your prompts from). It can be unbeta-ed, you can still edit it afterwards, but we need to know no one will be left without a gift

6. Posting

Since all stories have to be at least 1k words long, we’ll ask you to post your fic on AO3, then link to it on Tumblr. All tumblr posts must include the url of the person you are gifting, a rating, and if applicable, content warnings. They must also be tagged with #rbficexchange, as well as the url of the person you’re gifting.
All stories have to be posted on January 1st – not a day sooner or later. To make everyone’s life easier, follow this simple rule: if it’s January 1st anywhere in the world, you are free to post. All the fics will be reblogged to the ravenbell-exchange​ blog. If you know you won’t have internet access on January 1st, let us know, we’ll figure something out.
Remember to tag all your works with #rbficexchange!! If you don’t have an AO3 account, don’t worry – we have invitations to give!

7. Treats

Treats are additional stories you can write once you’re done with filling the prompts you received. You can post them starting from January 2nd — be sure to follow all the posting rules from point 6.
As soon as sign-ups end, we’ll post a list of all submitted prompts on the ravenbell-exchange​ blog. There you can grab and fulfill as many prompts as you like. The post will remain linked on the blog long after this fic exchange is over, so feel free to fulfill any prompts months from now.
Yes, you can write a fic for a person who isn’t your assigned prompter — as long as you’ve finished your assigned story first!

8. Dear Santa letter

You don’t have to write a “Dear Santa” letter, but it’s fun and you totally should!. This is a Tumblr Text Post in which you can say whatever it is you want to your assigned writer. You can add information about the prompts such as general likes and dislikes, favorite things in fics, a few sentences about each prompt, etc. This can also include thoughts on crossovers (more details see point 9). This is just additional information to add that you think will help your assigned writer. You can title this “Dear Ravenbell Secret Santa,” and be sure to tag it with #rbficexchange! Be sure to post it before December 6th!

9. Crossovers

As a rule, we don’t allow crossovers, because matching crossover prompts for an exchange is hell on wheels. However, there is a way to request one!! In your “Dear Santa” letter (see: 8), you can include a section titled “Crossover Options”, and make a list of as many crossover prompts as you please. If your assigned writers decides that they like your crossover prompts, they can opt to write you a crossover. However, that depends on them and if they’re familiar and open to the crossover.

10. Questions

If you have any questions, please message us! She’ll answer them all. Yes, even if you think your question is stupid. Yes, even if it feels like you’re asking about something you should know. We are inhumanely patient, and also ridiculously excited about this exchange. Try wearing us down, we dare you. If you want to see how our previous exchange went, you can look here.

Welcome to our first Raven/Bellamy Fic Exchange

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         This challenge is, of course, open to everyone! We would especially like to encourage new writers who haven’t written much, at all, or don’t have much experience writing in English. Our little Raven x Bellamy fandom has very few writers to begin with, so with this we hope to create new content for us all to enjoy.

         A fic exchange is a challenge in which you list prompts you’d like written for you in exchange for writing prompts someone else has requested. The mods will decide whom you’re writing for based on prompts and the additional information you provide in the sign up sheet.

For this particular challenge, we require a minimum of 300 words. You will have two weeks to do it. For organization purposes, please tag everything with #rbficexchange.

1. Schedule

Sign-ups Start: Now!
Sign-ups End: August 7th
Assignments Sent: August 9th
Posting: August 23rd

2. Sign-ups ; tutorial

In order to sign up, you have to complete this form. In the form you have to give us: your email address, 3-5 prompts you’d like filled for you, a list of things you really don’t want to find in the fic you receive, and a list of things you’re not willing to do in the fic you write. ( Your email address will not be published; we just want to have a way to contact everyone in case someone inevitably changes their url in the middle of the challenge. )

3. Assignments

On August 9th, you’ll receive an email with the details of a fic you’ll be writing. In the email, you’ll find the name of your prompter, a list of 3-5 promtps ( choose at least one! ), and a list of things your prompted doesn’t want you to include in the fic ( please respectthem all ). We’ll ask you to confirm that you’ve received the email. From that moment, you’ll have two weeks to write your story. THIS IS A SECRET EXCHANGE, SO WE ASK YOU NOT TO TELL ANYONE FOR WHOM YOU’RE WRITING. We want everyone to have a surprise. Well, apart from beta reader. You can tell your beta reader. Which brings us to:

4. Beta readers

You can have a beta reader to help you work on your fic. In fact, we encourage you to find one!! It can be anyone you want. If you have trouble finding a beta reader, please feel free to advertise by making a text post titled “Beta Reader Wanted” and tagging it #rbficexchange. If this doesn’t work, please send us a message. We’ll help.

5. Posting

You have two options for posting. Either 1. in a Tumblr text post or 2. on AO3 then posting a link to it on Tumblr. All posts must include the url of the person you are gifting, a rating, and if applicable, content warnings. They must also be tagged with #rbficexchange, as well as the url of the person you’re gifting.

All stories have to be posted on August 23rd – not a day sooner or later. To make everyone’s life easier, follow this simple rule: if it'sAugust 23rd anywhere in the world, you are free to post. All the fics will be reblogged to the blayesnetwork​ blog.

Remember to tag all your works with #rbficexchange!!

6. Treats

Treats are additional stories you can write once you’re done with filling the prompts you received. You can post them starting from August 24th — be sure to follow all the posting rules from point 5.

As soon as sign-ups end, we’ll post a list of all submitted prompts on the blayesnetwork​ blog. There you can grab and fulfill as many prompts as you like. The post will remain linked on the blog long after this fic exchange is over, so feel free to fulfill any prompts months from now.

Yes, you can write a fic for a person who isn’t your assigned prompter — as long as you’ve finished your assigned story first!

7. Optional stuff*

*aka things you don’t have to do, but you totally can:

A. Write a “Dear Author” letter. This is a Tumblr Text Post in which you can say whatever it is you want to your assigned writer. You can add information about the prompts such as general likes and dislikes, favorite things in fics, a few sentences about each prompt, etc. This can also include thoughts on crossovers ( more details see point 8 ). This is just additional information to add that you think will help your assigned writer. You can title this “Dear Ravenbell Fic Exchange Author,” and be sure to tag it with #rbficexchange!!Be sure to post it before August 9th!

B. Crosspost your fic to our AO3 collection. Which, we’d be really, really happy if you did, because AO3 makes readers’ lives easier. If you don’t have an AO3 account, we can send you an invitation, and also talk you through signing up and posting your first story.

8. Crossovers

As a rule, we don’t allow crossovers, because matching crossover prompts for an exchange is hell on wheels. However, there is a way to request one!! In your “Dear Author” letter ( see: 7a ), you can include a section titled “Crossover Options”, and make a list of as many crossover prompts as you please. If your assigned writers decides that they like your crossover prompts, they can opt to write you a crossover. However, that depends on them and if they’re familiar and open to the crossover.

9. Questions

If you have any questions, please message blayesnetwork or ravenbells. We’ll answer them all. Yes, even if you think your question is stupid. Yes, even if it feels like you’re asking about something you should know. We’re inhumanely patient, and also ridiculously excited about this exchange. Try wearing us out, we dare you.