“Good Evening everybody, Professor Kim couldn’t make it to lecture so I’ll be giving the lecture instead.” You heard a very distinct voice say, your head snapped back and up towards the source. You could not believe your eyes as they feasted upon the sight that was Mr. Park Jimin, the very man that had been haunting your sleep since the first time you laid eyes on him. He stood at the front of the lecture hall wearing a deep blue button up, with his sleeve rolled up to his elbows, broadcasting his incredible forearms, while his muscular thighs were practically bulging through the black slacks he wore. Upon the bridge of his nose sat a fashionable pair of glasses that hid his mischievous eyes.
After being inspired by Greek mythology Fred and George once placed a golden apple with the note “for the fairest” on a pedestal in the middle of the great hall. The apple almost caused an all out war among the female population of the school until it mysteriously disappeared one night.
Chapters: 1/1 Fandom: Hannibal (TV) Rating: Mature Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Will Graham/Hannibal Lecter Characters: Will Graham, Hannibal Lecter, Georgia Madchen Additional Tags: Alpha!Will, Alpha!Hannibal, Omega!Georgia, Alpha/Beta/Omega Dynamics, Omega Verse, Alpha/Alpha, Greek Mythology, first encounter, Not Beta Read Summary:
Omegas are meant to sooth Alphas,
mitigate their belligerent nature,
to expose the instinctive eagerness to protect rather than the impulse for violence. Written for the @hannigram-a-b-o-library‘s #SummertimeSlick July 23rd: Slave Audition
The Greek Hall of Fame: Apollo’s kids. Of course after the mortal Apollo, I had to draw his boys. I’ve been waiting too long to draw my beloved Will, but after reading Trials of Apollo, Austin was just so lovely? :((( Can we discuss the fact that Apollo conceived a child with a guy? HAHAHHA And that he loves his kids so much he kisses them and calls them beautiful (because they are)? Apollo kids should be protected at all cost. They are so precious. <3
I started inking this last night. I haven’t drawn in like months… another entry into my “Hipster Gods” series. This is Hermes. He still needs more tattoos and I haven’t figured out a background yet. I still love the wing tattoo around his ears, was the only way I could think of portraying that instead of a hat with wings.
There’s nothing like being cooped up indoors for 5 months to make you wish you could put life on hold and buy a plane ticket to anywhere. Luckily, one of the best (and easiest) ways to fill the void is with books that take you miles and miles away. Inspired by international escapade The Conspiracy of Ushitting shelves in paperback, read on for 7 of the best books to treat your wanderlust this winter:
Prefer your globetrotting to have a dash of mystery, glamour, and danger? Follow Avery from the monuments of Paris to the back alleys of Istanbul as she puts together the secrets of the Circle of Twelve, an ancient and powerful group who runs the world. Look out for the sequel Map of Fateson 3/8 and get your copy here!
London has never been so…paranormal. The day Rory arrives to start a new life at boarding school is the day someone starts mimicking Jack the Ripper’s murders – and she’s the only one who can see the prime suspect. Get your copy here!
The eldest of the six children of Cronus and Rhea, Hades drew the smallest reed out of his brothers leaving him the reigning Lord of the Underworld. Hades due to western concept of the devil is viewed as vindictive, spiteful, and evil. When as a matter of fact he was very just, and even had the best interest of the dead in his mind. His roman name is Pluto and in his roman form he took on the role of god of wealth as well as Lord of the dead. It is also to be noted he is not the god of death only the ruler of the Underworld where the dead reside.
Illustrated tree diagram of tenses from the anonymously authored Erleichterte Griechische Grammatica (Halle: Gedruckt und verlegt im Wäysenhause, 1731; frontispiece). Actual size: 87 mm. x 146 mm. This Greek grammar in German is possibly the work of Johann Heinrich Schulze (1687-1744).
Stiles huffs, certain he’s going to be late. It’s not his fault that he forgot today was the day his Art History class was supposed to meet up at the museum downtown instead of in the classroom. He barely had enough time to catch the bus from campus, and now he’s running up the steps, ignoring the angry stare from a docent. He checks the syllabus; right, meeting in the Hall of Greek and Roman Art. Stiles’ sneakers skid on the marble floor.
The exhibit is empty. What?
Stiles looks around and nearly runs straight into a broad, muscled chest. He looks up into the scowl an upperclassman he kind of recognizes from their first class last week. “Hey,” Stiles says. “Um, are you here for AH 231?”
“Yeah,” the guy says, looking around the otherwise empty exhibit. Stiles realizes belatedly he’s still standing right in the guys space— wow, his eyes are this really intense color of green and gray and gold—
Right. Stiles backs up hastily. “Sorry about that,” he says, adding “I’m Stiles.”
“Derek,” the guy says, holding out his hand, practically looking like one of the art installations himself.
Stiles grins and says, “I’d shake your hand but there’s a sign that says not to touch the masterpieces.”