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anonymous asked:

Hi! I'm looking for a fic where there's a war between hunters and werewolves and Derek is held in a prison by Kate, but then Stiles(who is a magic user) is "captured",but he's actually undercover. And Stiles tells Derek that Lydia is this famouslm, ultra powerful hero but it's actually Stiles. (The title has Red in the name I think?)

A BUNCH of people know this one, lucky you!  ;)  -Emmy

Originally posted by lovebritney

Red Witch by rootbeer 

(34,217 I Teen I Complete)   *sterek, captivity, prisoners!derek and stiles

The red hair of a banshee. The red eyes of an alpha. The red hoodie of a mage. The red of fire burning.

Derek Hale has been a prisoner to the hunters since they burned his family alive. But now someone has come to save him: skinny, defenseless Stiles–147 lbs of skin and fragile bones. Turns out, sarcasm isn’t his only weapon.

Goodreads vs Fandom

I have seen some posts going around about how some authors have found their fics on Goodreads. Angry and scared about the fact that there is a masterpost on a “foreign” reading website, some have lashed out against the people who have it on their shelves.

But I want to talk about how Goodreads is an unrealised tool for fandom.

See, when Tumblr was created, its original purpose was not to host fandoms. We made it that way. We saw potential in a website that looked like crap, and look where it is now.

Goodreads is a website where you track what you’re reading, have read, or want to read. How many people have complained about getting into a fic and realised midway that they’ve already read it? Frustrating, right? Goodreads can help mitigate that issue.

See, the way that fics are added to Goodreads works like Tumblr redirects: it has a title, author, summary and link listed. The link goes to the platform where the fanfic is hosted. It is NEVER posted on Goodreads.

“But people can rate my fanfics and I don’t like that!”

Okay it’s widely accepted that the rating system on Goodreads is flawed. Here’s what the ratings mean:

1-star: didn’t like it.

2-star: it was okay

3-star: liked it

4-star: really liked it

5-star: It was amazing.

On Goodreads, it’s not considered a bad thing to rate books two stars and up.

“But people can leave bad reviews there.”

Not a lot of fanfics get reviews on Goodreads, only ratings. However, popular fics have a tendency to be drowned in 4/5 star ratings accompanied by gushing reviews. The lesser known ones just get ratings, and if they’re lucky someone will review it.

“Okay, but what can I do as an author to have a bit of control over my stuff on Goodreads?”

Claim your author bio. Everyone gets one. Just create an account with your username if you want, but you can also look up that username in the database, find your profile and claim it.

Also, you can become a Goodreads librarian if you don’t want to claim your author profile. For this, you may have to apply a few times as only a few people are chosen each week, but essentially this gives you the chance to add in/take out information in a book’s page.

There are how-to manuals on the website for both of these things.

“But what else is Goodreads good for?”

Recommendations. Don’t know what to read next? If fandoms become popular on Goodreads, you’ll get personalised recommendations of things you could read next. How many times have you wished you could figure out what to read, but you feel scared to go and ask someone for recommendations? Goodreads can help, but only if you let it.

Goodreads is not a scary place, and fanfictions do have a place there. They are allowed.

To anyone still worried, give it a shot. I beg you, let Goodreads have a chance in fandom. If, after a month, you don’t like it and want your fanfics removed, I am more than willing to assist.

But please consider the potential Goodreads has, and that all traffic goes to AO3, Tumblr or FF.Net and it is never hosted in its entirety (like, masterpost and story) on that website.

Now every shown Tibetan Terrier in Iceland has a title. The breed has only been here since 2015, so I think that’s quite impressive. :)

Two junior champions, 8 Reykjavík Winners (every TT that has been shown in Iceland has a club winner title!), 6 national champions, 5 international champions

Only six of them are in Iceland, two of them were exported to Finland. But every Tibetan terrier ever shown in Iceland has a title!

askrayne  asked:

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Send a 🙌 and I’ll introduce you to an NPC related to my Muse.    

Kale is the current “Royal Scientist” of the council. Although there is no royal family anymore, the job title has yet to be changed. (She doesn’t mind this, as it was her father’s title before her and until she can come up with a better name for the job she’s keeping it.) While still young, her intellect is not to be underestimated. She is the leading mind in recovering a lot of what would have been lost in the fields of science and medicine. Doing anything from recovering potent medicines to handling complex medical treatments such as emergency surgeries if needed.

Although brilliant, Kale can be a handful when it comes to interacting with her. She puts the study of science above all else, and if she needs to test something… well.. best to not accept any food or drink offered during your visit to her lab.

Phew, the commission storm has passed.

Alternate title : Assault on my inbox.

I can finally stop reblogging the commission information post and relax, and then tomorrow I’ll have to start drawing, wee ! I’ve seen some pretty cool ideas in the list so I’m looking forward to working on them. Thank you and congratulations to everyone who managed to grab a spot !

I love the Winnie the Pooh newspaper comics. Everyone’s such a dick to eachother, it’s so out of character. Is it simply called “Winnie the Pooh”? I never bothered to read the title, I just call it “It’s Always Sunny in the Hundred Acre Woods”

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Jace smiling/laughing because of Maia in 2x13 + Maia smiling because of Jace:

4

tv aesthetic → the office

I’m not superstitious, but… I am a little stitious.

remember that Buzzfeed article released earlier last week that ripped into Taylor Swift for making her career off of playing the victim? at the bottom of the article it now says 

I love how there are Gorillaz songs that:

• Sound like 2D
• Sound like Damon
• Sound like 2D with a little bit of Damon
• Sound like Damon with a little bit of 2D
• SOUND LIKE 2D™
• SOUND LIKE DAMON ALBARN™
• SOUNDS LIKE THEY’RE DOING A FUCKING DUET™

Long Way Down // Spencer Reid x Reader

Warnings: A little bit of everything really


The end had finally come and despite the amount of time you spent preparing for it, it still felt like a punch in your stomach. The knot in your throat was painful and your lungs still struggled for air to breathe. Tears clouded your eyes and turned your vision blurry until his face was unrecognizable.

“You’re a coward,” you cried. “A fucking coward!”

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JOOaaannn FAbriccsss
WTNV - Well of Night
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okay but this scene was so perfect it aged me back like five years

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AAAAAAAH!
Another take on my fan comic comes from @mrpanda28 and I freaking love it!

Thanks! <3

Your Name and Kiss Belong in the Same Sentence

Summary: Neither Dan or Phil has ever had a boyfriend before and they think that part of the reason might be because nobody even realises they like boys.  So, as best friends do, they decide to pretend to date each other, that way at least it’s obvious they aren’t straight.  And with an agreed upon set of boundaries, nothing can go wrong.  Right?

Word Count: 9k

Warnings: swearing, anxiety attack, underage drinking/alcohol

A/N: me actually finishing a fic?? who knew this was even possible anymore lmao (although i found 6k of this already done in my drafts from october so?? does this even count).  also tysm to leah for letting me scream at her about this and for editing it for me, you’re the best <33

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Dan and Phil had been best friends for what felt like forever.  They had grown up together, in houses only a few blocks away and couldn’t remember a time where they hadn’t known each other.  They had always been Dan and Phil, their names never separated.

Everyone had warned them that friends often grow apart over time, especially as they moved from middle school to high school.  For some reason people seemed to think that there was no way that the two boys could stay as close friends as they were forever.

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