finally new chapters

Finally a new chapter!!

Thanks so much for reading! There’s Galeniss in this chapter. But I promise Peeta and Katniss will interact irl very soon.

(Just a quick note, I’m going to try to write a new chapter of this in the next week, but I am going to take the month of November to work on an original work for NaNoWriMo.)

Katniss stopped beside Prim as she looked at the cakes sitting in the window of the small bakery.

Prim sighed. “I always feel so bad when we walk past these.”

Katniss draped an arm over her shoulders and they continued on. “I know. But they don’t really have the chance to keep up with the actual need for production demands.”

“That’s not very nice.” Prim stopped again and pointed. “We don’t have this level of artistry with mass-produced cakes.”

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‘On a Wednesday in a Café‘ Chapter 5: Start of Something New

The final chapter, finally! Thanks for reading and I hope y’all enjoyed it!


               “Should I be concerned about how much caffeine you’re taking in?” Molly asked with a giggle.

               “Absolutely not,” he replied. “Besides, how else would I see you in the mornings?”

               “As sweet as that is, I hate to tell you that I can’t sit with you on my break,” she told him. “I’ve got several errands to run and little time to do it in.”

               “At least answer me this,” Sherlock insisted. “Will you be available on Friday? I’d like to take you out to dinner.”

               “I’d love that,” she replied, beaming with joy. “Oh, I must get going though.” Molly pressed a chaste kiss to his cheek and hailed a taxi whilst Sherlock finished his coffee.


               Molly had to open up the café the next morning and upon setting foot within the building, her eyes widened as she saw the dead body. She was immediately sent into panic mode, wondering if the murderer was still in the building. After sending off a couple of texts to Sherlock, he had arrived with DI Lestrade and a Doctor John Watson.

               She was used to seeing cadavers of course, as she was a pathologist in training, but this shook her up. A murder taking place where she should feel safe; why, it was enough to make her tremble.

               “It’ll be alright, darling,” Sherlock promised her, settling his coat over her as if it were a shock blanket.

               “What in blazes is going on here!?” the owner asked. Molly could faintly hear DI Lestrade explain the situation to her boss. Her heartbeat was loud in her ears. She looked on as Sherlock and Dr. Watson examined the body for any evidence. Getting a chance to see the way he worked was a welcome sight, despite the shock she received when she stumbled upon this poor man’s body.

               “We’re done here,” Sherlock announced. “Take this body to the morgue.” He turned to her, his face softening. “Allow me to take you home.”

               She and Sherlock sat in the backseat of the cab. His arm was around her protectively and he held her close, gently rocking her. Though the shock had already worn off, Molly wasn’t going to refuse his affection. They entered her flat together and Sherlock checked each room to put her at ease.

               “Oh, uh, here,” she stammered, attempting to slide the coat off.

               “No,” he said firmly. “Keep it for now. I’ve got lots of coats.”

               “Are you sure?” she asked.

               “Very,” he replied. “I must get going, but please don’t hesitate to text me if you need me, alright?” Molly nodded, and with a kiss to her forehead, Sherlock left.

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Forget Me Not Ch. 24

I’m finally back with a new chapter. Life got busy and I didn’t have time to write so that’s why I was gone for so long. I had a lot of fun putting this chapter together so I hope that you enjoy it! ^.^ 

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Keith had his arms crossed tightly over his chest and watched Shiro’s still form in the healing pod.

“How are you holding up?” Allura asked, stepping up next to him.

He sighed. “I’m…okay. I just want Shiro to be better after everything that’s happened. I mean, he’s been through so much and attacked again when we were on that planet. I was really worried that something serious was going to happen to him.”

“I know, Keith. But the readings on the pod are extremely good and I’m sure he’s going to be perfectly fine. He should only need a little bit longer and then he’ll be ready to come out.”

Keith nodded. “There’s one other thing…”

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i want you so much (but i hate your guts)

Harry Styles/Louis Tomlinson

AU in which Louis gets accepted to play for the Manchester University Alpha-Beta Football Team. The only problem: Louis is actually an Omega. He is determined to make it big in the football world, though, and he can’t do that bound to an Omega team. With the help of a faked doctor’s certificate and some pretty strong suppressants he is ready to fight for his dream.

That Harry Styles (Alpha, second year and youngest football captain of the A-B team in ages) doesn’t seem to like him complicates matters, though.


This is still a Work in Progress!

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Sneak peek for the last chapter of Home. 

(Also you should totally click for full res to see all the detail that took me two weeks to paint *weeps on the floor*)

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Archerotale - “Halo in Shade”

Thanks for everyone who are still waiting for new stuff of this AU! Try to focus more on background details this time, and it. is. worth it. Still learning how to strengthen atmosphere and stuffs, at least I think I nailed it this time lmao.
So here is finally the new chapter for you all! Thanks for supporting my idea!

And no I definitely didn’t go search for those puns never never never.

Archerotale Masterpost

((When you’re talking about Elias/Chise and someone mentions tetraphilia))

-Well, on this occasion, I bring an emotive box of Fairy Tail’s manga, Natsu’s return, after defeating Acnologia in a way … Well, let’s better not talk about it XD

I hope you like it n.n

Original art: #HiroMashima
Line and color: @mileydragneel

-Bueno, en esta ocasion, les traigo un recuadro emotivo del manga de Fairy Tail, el regreso de Natsu, luego de derrotar a Acnologia de una manera… Bueno, mejor no hablemos del capitulo XD

Espero les guste n.n

Once Upon a Time bosses unveil plans for season 7

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the season finale of Once Upon a Time. Read at your own risk!

The Final Battle led to a lot of loss during Sunday’s two-hour season finale of Once Upon a Time.

After the curse hit, Henry (Jared Gilmore) found himself in a Black Fairy (Jaime Murray) run Storybrooke where Emma (Jennifer Morrison) was locked up in a mental hospital, unaware she’s the savior and refusing to believe in fairy tales.

It turns out, the Final Battle is not an actual fight, but a battle for Emma’s soul. The Black Fairy hopes to crush Emma’s belief, thus causing all the realms in Fairy Tale Land to crumble and disappear — and she nearly achieves her goal, too. Though Emma initially returned to her old life in Boston, Henry was able to convince his mother to return, saving everyone’s lives.

But it’s Rumple (Robert Carlyle) who actually breaks the curse. Furious that the Black Fairy imprisoned Belle (Emilie de Ravin), Rumple killed his mother, thus ending her spell, returning Emma’s memory and bringing everyone home to Storybrooke. Unfortunately, the Black Fairy had already commanded Gideon (Giles Matthey) to kill Emma. Instead of fighting back, Emma decides to sacrifice herself rather than kill an innocent. But, in a scene echoing the season 1 finale, Henry’s kiss resurrects Emma.

Though the storybook was burned, it reconstitutes and subsequently ends. Yes, it’s the end of this book, but not their story. Everyone gets to keep living happily ever after together. And yet, in a flash to the future that echoes the pilot, a young girl named Lucy (Alison Fernandez) shows up at an adult Henry’s (Andrew J. West) door, exclaiming that his family needs his help. She’s the same little girl whom an adult Henry in the Enchanted Forest employed to protect the storybook when a darkness came for him in what turned out to be a flash forward. What does this mean?! EW turned to executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis to find out.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Many of the cast we’ve known over the last six seasons are not returning. Can you talk about how the story will be changing moving forward?
ADAM HOROWITZ: Just on a conceptional level, it’s the same show. We’re trying to tell the same kind of stories and honor the DNA of what Once Upon a Time was from the very start. But I think we — Eddy and I — felt that as we approached season 6, the time had come to close the chapter on a lot of the stories we had been telling, which was the impetus behind this season finale, and open some new chapters. While there are some characters returning and some not returning, it’s still the same universe, and it’s still the same kind of storytelling. It’s just that we’re going to be coming at it from a little bit of a different angle. It’s not going to be necessarily Storybrooke-based.
EDWARD KITSIS: Also, what we see is, a new hero is leading us into a new world, which is an adult Henry Mills. We saw that in what we realize are flash forwards, and then at the very end, Henry has grown up and he looks like he left home. He was an Author writing everyone else’s story, so to me it looks like he left home to find his own story and then something happened, and now he’s got to be the hero.
HOROWITZ: It’s a little bit of the continuity between the two iterations of the show, which is Henry. Henry has been the heart of the show from the beginning. Jared was amazing, and we couldn’t love him move; watching him grow up has been amazing. Now, we’re going to see what that character becomes in a 10-years-older version. But he’s still going to be that character and still carry that essence of the show and be the center of the family that’s at the heart of the show.

You gave so much closure to so many stories, how do you plan to reconcile that with some people returning next year but not others? Does that change their happy endings?
KITSIS: What happened to these people, those are episodes, those are things we will probably want to show. For us, we felt creatively it was time to end a lot of these stories. What we’re really interested in is, as we said, it’s like a new book. So we’re starting with new stories. Although it’s going to have some of the people that we’ve loved for six years at the center of it, we are going to meet new people and new worlds.

Will we see an influx of new characters and other fairy tales? How will you branch out in that sense?
HOROWITZ: Hopefully when you see the premiere, that will become super clear, so we don’t want to give too much away right now other than to say we do intend to branch out, we do intend to also stay with some of the characters we’ve been with. It’s about how do you honor everything that’s come before, but also widen the canvas a little bit?
KITSIS: Open the world up.
HOROWITZ: That’s the goal of season 7. In addition to the people that we’ve already announced who are coming back as regulars, and who are not, there will be more regulars we’re adding to the mix.
KITSIS: As we completed one journey, what we want to do next year is take people on another one. The DNA is still the same, which is fairy tale characters in the real world in search of hope. We still have Henry, we still have Regina, we still have Hook and we still have Rumple, and we still have people are that are going to come in and out that we know, but we’re going to meet a whole new universe and a new group of people. So for us as writers, we’re also excited to do that. Probably you’re going to see a world with no magic in it on one side, very similar to the way we did in season 1.

Thematically, what are you hoping to explore that’s different than what the first six seasons were?
KITSIS: We always say that Emma was a character looking for her family and finding hope. I would say that Henry was the heart of the truest believer, and what we saw at the very end is he no longer believes. Henry’s loss in faith and the idea of belief is the jumping off point. The DNA of the show remains, and always will be, of hope. Each character was always looking for their happy ending, and that is no different than anyone in the real world.
HOROWITZ: One of the hardest times to have hope in anyone’s life is when you’ve lost belief or faith in something. That is a jumping off point for where we are for the next season, which is, how do you deal with questioning faith and belief and finding hope again?

This scene with adult Henry echoes the pilot, even down to Henry saying he doesn’t have a kid. Has something happened to him in terms of his memories or has he just become cynical somehow seemingly being separated from his family?  
HOROWTIZ: These are excellent questions that might be better answered—
KITSIS: —in the teaser of next year.
HOROWITZ: But they’re excellent and insightful questions.

Is the storybook that Henry charged his daughter with protecting in the Enchanted Forest the book we’ve always known, or a book with brand new stories within?
HOROWITZ: It’s another excellent question, and without getting too specific about what that book we saw in the teaser is really about, what we can say is that Henry has grown up, he has remained true to what we’ve established and he is an Author.

Let’s talk about Lucy. Who is her mother? Is it Violet?
HOROWITZ: Violet is in the montage at the end. When Henry goes to school, she’s waiting for him at the school.
KITSIS: But that being said, unfortunately like a lot of us, your first love in high school ends up not being the person you marry. You end up leaving home and moving on. It is not Violet. Who the mother is, and who Henry fell in love with, is one of the things we’re really excited about next year. In the tradition of Snow and Charming, Henry and his wife are a very much Once epic romance.

Is there a Savior in this story?
KITSIS: There could be.
HOROWITZ: There very well could be.

Can you talk at all about this new darkness coming after adult Henry that we saw in the Enchanted Forest? Is this the introduction of the new antagonist for next season?
HOROWITZ: It is. It looked pretty scary, so I don’t think it’s a new friend-tagonist. What we see in the season finale in those little snippets is, it’s a darkness that grown-up Henry has to deal with and has a big impact on what’s going on in season 7. We’re still at that we need to be slightly infuriatingly vague stage.

Since the show is going to be centered partially around Regina next year, what can you say about her drive or her story going into next season?
KITSIS: I’d say she’s fighting for the people, just like a queen does.

The Evil Queen seems to be marrying Robin Hood. Will she play a role next season since Lana is sticking around?
HOROWITZ: I would say, never say never.

Rumple seemed to get his happy ending with his family, but what do you plan to explore with him next season? The darkness is still inside and he’s just killed his own mother, so how has that changed him?
KITSIS: We saw his happy ending with Belle, and they worked really hard to get it. What’s happening next in his life and what he’s going through is obviously what the story is. That one I don’t want to just fully tease yet. All this stuff is literally just being worked on.
HOROWITZ: We really would love for the audience to be able to spend the summer living with the happiness that we’ve seen these characters get, because it’s real, and it’s meant to be real. It’s not meant to be something that we’re doing that we want to destroy and make all horrible, or whatever. We want these characters to have really earned this place of happiness they’ve found. But because we’re telling stories, we’re going to have issues to overcome in the future, and Rumple is no exception to that rule. To tell you now what it is would give away so much, so we’d rather have the audience really sit with what we’ve left them with for now.

Because you see Emma get her happy ending, and we know that Jennifer is only returning for one episode, a lot of fans are worried Emma is going to die. Do you want to say anything to the audience?
KITSIS: Not really. There’s nothing to say. That is correct, she is coming back for an episode. Their happiness is real, and people should enjoy that. The thing is this: Right now, we’re not trying to take away the show we’ve done for six years, and we’re not trying to destroy people’s happiness right now, but we’re going to be telling a new version. But until they see that, they won’t understand what it is. So for us, we’d rather not whip people into a frenzy.
HOROWITZ: I’d like to underscore that for a second: Really we wanted the audience to not think about what we’re doing as throwing away what came before, but building on and expanding from it, so that what happened and what they’ve lived with and what they’ve invested in all these years still really matters; it matters to us as writers and we know it matters to so much of the audience. We want them to know that we do really respect that and we really do approach the story from that level. We’re not just clearing a playing field and starting over willy-nilly. We’re trying to tell these new stories and expand our canvas, but also honor what’s come before.

Hook’s always walked a fine line of giving into his darker instincts over the years. Is that something you might delve into again moving forward?
KITSIS: That’s definitely a part of his DNA, but we’re hoping to tell new avenues of story for the characters. The lessons they’ve learned on the show, like we don’t want another year of Regina wondering whether or not she should be evil; that’s been settled. When the dwarves bow to her, they bow to her as the queen. She’s no longer the Evil Queen. So we want our characters to move forward. But like any of us, once you get a hold of one issue, there’s always three others.

Can you talk about how you’ll be handling flashbacks next year?
HOROWITZ: We do intend to keep a flashback component to the show and we hope that how we do it is fun for the audience.

Now that you have this new direction, do you have a better sense of your endgame?
HOROWITZ: Our goal with the show remains the same, is the simplest way to put it. It’s that question you always get asked, which is, “Do you know exactly what the end is going to be?”
KITSIS: We knew for this chapter, we have ideas and we are creating a new chapter. We’ll see how that goes. We’re excited about the new journey. We think it’s very much Once Upon a Time. At the same respect, we are excited that we got to see those happy moments from our characters in the finale and really build to that.

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Kakashi requested by raikis (︶ω︶)