Fall and stay in love.
Your heart doesn’t
deserve to carry hate
for the rest of your life.
—  ma.c.a // Peace and Harmonies

Rantaro Amami

I’ve just got to mention that the boys eyelashes and -liner game is stronk in Danganronpa v3- Killing Harmony. Of course he gets my attention like that. 👀

-Inktober 02/31-

~more Danganronpa fanarts~

anonymous asked:

Hey, i'd be interested if you have any book rec's with ace/aro protagonists? I'm struggling to find many good ones.


So I’ll level with you here, depression’s been beating my ass for the longest time, and even though I know there’s good stuff out there, I’ve not had the energy to go delving into the nooks and crannies of the fiction world to find it, because…… y’know, it’s hard, there’s fudge all out there, I’m tired

But I’m so glad you sent this ask because it’s given me the motivation to sit my butt down and make this happen and this is IMPORTANT to me. So this ask has been an adventure for the both of us, anon friend~

Here’s what I found in my search! I’ve only read a few of them, for the above reason, but I’ve tried to collect stuff that’s been written by aro/ace authors or has received positive reviews from aro/ace people!! Here goes!!! I hope it’s not too lengthy, I got excited!!

The Bone People by Keri Hulme is a mystery novel featuring an asexual protagonist, the reclusive artist Kerewin. It’s set in New Zealand and focuses a lot on Maori culture (the author herself is of Maori descent, as well as openly asexual and aromantic). Trigger warnings for physical abuse, suicide and illness.

We Awaken by Calista Lynne ( @calista-lynne ) features two asexual protagonists, girls who love girls, paranormal shenanigans, and the most beautiful glorious amazing cover I’ve ever seen. It’s also published by Harmony Ink Press, who do positive LGBTQ+ stories and are all round awesome in general. I think this one is available for preorder now, but releasing soon.

Sydney West by Rebecca McKinsey is a mystery/thriller I’ve seen some really great reviews on, which features a canon aromantic protagonist, and also has minimal profanity and minimal graphic description, if that’s not your kinda thing.

How To Be A Normal Person by TJ Klune features an asexual stoner hipster and honestly I don’t even know what else to say about it but this book looks like a wild and very weird ride to say the least.

Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire has an asexual protagonist and creepy stuff and secret doors and other worlds. Also has a trans character! Seems like a neat premise, I’m keen to read it.

Cold Ennaline by RJ Astruc is paranormal novella also published by Harmony Ink Press, featuring an asexual (and by the sounds of the description quite possibly aromantic) protagonist.

Banner of the Damned by Sherwood Smith is an epic high fantasy with an asexual protagonist and a POC princess and lots of awesome worldbuilding and politics and yeah!

After I Wake by Emma Griffiths features an asexual protagonist and several queer side characters and is also published by Harmony Ink Press! Hooray! Trigger warnings for suicide and mental illness (though the story itself focuses on recovery).

Sinners by Eka Waterfield is a dark fantasy about an asexual sidhe drug dealer, so what else does a person need, really. But yeah! It’s got thumbs-ups from several ace reviewers on goodreads! Trigger warnings for drug use and violence.

Clariel by Garth Nix features a protagonist who’s pretty much 100% absolutely aroace and amazing, and from what I can see many of the aces/aros who’ve read this book strongly identify with her and her experiences and the general consensus is that it’s awesome.  

Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld features a demisexual WOC and a lesbian love interest and I’ve heard pretty good things about it, though I haven’t read it myself.

Quicksilver by RJ Anderson is a YA sci-fi with an asexual protagonist and lots of decent discussions on asexuality in the book, like the coming out scene, etc.

Interface: inSight by Lucy Mihajlich is another one maybe worth looking out for? It has a kickstarter going, and features a hearing-impaired aroace protagonist, nonbinary representation, and female and POC characters doing cool stuff and not dying… also has, like, cool edgy futuristic dystopia vibes~

A Word and a Bullet by Rachel Sharp has a very very very explicitly-stated aroace character. 100% aroace and cool with it. Also, quirky apocalypse stories are always fun, yeah?

And here’s some other neat stuff I found:

  • From Under the Mountain by Cait Spivey (panromantic asexual author, F/F high fantasy, lots of POC and women characters)
  • Fly By Night by Frances Hardinge (zero romance, cool premise)
  • The Tropic of Serpents by Marie Brennan (ace character, not protagonist)
  • Radio Silence by Alice Osman (honest and open discussions of asexuality and demisexuality, female mixed-race bisexual protagonist, male and female leads do not fall in love)
  • Make Much Of Me by Kayla Bashe (lots of queer rep, including asexual and nonbinary, super positive feelgood themes)
  • Mindtouch and Mindline by M.C.A Hogarth (non-human asexual characters, queerplatonic life-partnership, sounds hELLA CUTE)
  • Guardian of the Dead by Karen Healey (asexual POC leading character, not protagonist)

And I added like a billion things to my TBR lmao help me anon

anonymous asked:

Could you recommend any fantasy books about a squad of lgbt characters going on a quest to defeat a dragon or something? If that makes any sense?

For fantasy adventure with all LGBT characters, you’re probably gonna have to look toward LGBT-only publishers, so you might wanna browse Harmony Ink/Dreamspinner, Interlude/Duet, Riptide/Triton, LT3, etc. I don’t read much creature-centric fantasy, so nothing I can rec with certainty on that front!

For fantasy with squads going on quests that include some LGBT characters and dragon-esque creatures, check out Seraphina and Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman (the duology gets rainbowier as it goes on, from what I hear) and The Girl at Midnight trilogy by Melissa Grey. (Also get Inkmistress by Audrey Coulthurst on your to-read list for 2018!) 

What goes on behind those swerving eyes
and fast mind
Do you think of all of those you have half loved
and tore apart
Simply to get a glimpse of their light
that you will never have
—  E.M

The Doorway God is now out, everybody! It’s been a lot of fun getting to this point, and I hope you all enjoy reading!

One quick note if you’d like to help The Doorway God (and Aspect, for that matter) do better - once you’re finished reading, please consider leaving a review on Amazon and Goodreads! Reviews, especially on Amazon, do a lot of work behind the scenes to help boost sales and help small-time authors do better. 

Happy reading, 


United State of Pop 2015 (50 Shades of Pop)
DJ Earworm
United State of Pop 2015 (50 Shades of Pop)

Adele - “Hello”
AlunaGeorge and DJ Snake - “You Know You Like It”
Andy Grammer - “Honey, I’m Good.”
Ariana Grande feat. The Weeknd - “Love Me Harder”
Big Sean feat. E-40 - “I Don’t F**k With You”
David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj & Afrojack - “Hey Mama”
Demi Lovato - “Cool For The Summer”
Drake - “Hotline Bling”
Ed Sheeran - “Photograph”
Ed Sheeran - “Thinking Out Loud”
Ellie Goulding - “Love Me Like You Do”
Fall Out Boy - “Centuries”
Fetty Wap - “Trap Queen”
Fetty Wap feat. Remy Boyz - “679”
Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink - “Worth It”
Flo Rida feat. Sage The Gemini - “GDFR”
Jason Derulo - “Want To Want Me”
Justin Bieber - “Sorry”
Justin Bieber - “What Do You Mean”
Major Lazer feat. MO & DJ Snake - “Lean On”
Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars - “Uptown Funk”
Maroon 5 - “Sugar”
Meghan Trainor - “Lips Are Movin”
Meghan Trainor feat. John Legend - “Like I’m Gonna Lose You”
Natalie La Rose feat. Jeremih - “Somebody”
Nick Jonas - “Jealous”
Nicki Minaj feat. Drake & Lil Wayne - “Truffle Butter”
Omarion feat. Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko - “Post To Be”
OMI - “Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)”
One Direction - “Drag Me Down”
Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo - “Time Of Our Lives”
R. City feat. Adam Levine - “Locked Away”
Rachel Platten - “Fight Song”
Rihanna - “Bitch Better Have My Money”
Rihanna feat. Kanye West & Paul McCartney - “FourFiveSeconds”
Sam Smith - “I’m Not The Only One”
Selena Gomez feat. A$AP Rocky - “Good For You”
Shawn Mendes - “Stitches”
SIlento - “Watch Me”
Skrillex & Diplo feat. Justin Bieber - “Where Are U Now”
Taylor Swift - “Blank Space”
Taylor Swift - “Style”
Taylor Swift - “Bad Blood”
Taylor Swift - “Wildest Dreams”
Tove Lo - “Talking Body”
Walk The Moon - “Shut Up And Dance”
Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth - “See You Again”
The Weeknd - “Earned It”
The Weeknd - “The Hills”
The Weeknd - “Can’t Feel My Face”

you better work bitch: songs to work out to

anna sun - walk the moon 🔥 be alright - ariana grande  🔥 blame - calvin harris 🔥 clique - kanye west, big sean, jay z 🔥 cold water - justin bieber, major lazer, mø, 🔥 cool for the summer - demi lovato   crazy=genius - panic! at the disco 🔥 electric love - BORNS 🔥 fall into these arms - new politics 🔥 feel so close - calvin harris 🔥 fireball - pitbull 🔥 glad you came - the wanted 🔥 go for it - cruisr 🔥 hair - little mix 🔥  happy with me - holychild 🔥 harlem - new politics 🔥 high - young rising sons 🔥  i took a pill in ibiza - mike posner 🔥 if it ain’t love - jason derulo 🔥 lean on - mø, major lazer 🔥 like i would - zayn 🔥 little white lies - one direction 🔥 lush life - zara larsson 🔥 mercy - kanye west, jay z, big sean, wacka flocka flame, pusha t 🔥 move - little mix 🔥 new romantics - taylor swift 🔥 pay my rent - dnce 🔥 ride - lowell, icona pop 🔥 running behind - holychild 🔥 sorry - justin bieber 🔥 steal my girl (mpdc remix) - one direction 🔥 summer - calvin harris 🔥 superlove - charli xcx 🔥 talk dirty - 2chainz, jason derulo 🔥 talking body - tove lo 🔥 thunder clatter - wild cub 🔥 we r who we r - ke$ha 🔥 wild things - alessia cara 🔥 work bitch - britney spears 🔥 worth it - fifth harmony, kid ink 🔥 young and stupid - travis mills, t.i. 🔥 young volcanoes - fall out boy 🔥 you’re such a - hailee steinfeld 🔥 22 - taylor swift 🔥 7/11 - beyoncé 🔥



ESFP - The Performer

Arabella - Arctic Monkeys
Circus - Britney Spears
Applause - Lady Gaga
This Is What Makes Us Girls - Lana Del Rey
DARE - Gorillaz
Don’t You Worry Child - Swedish House Mafia
Gasoline - Halsey
Wild Ones - Flo Rida ft Sia
Tonight Tonight - Hot Chelle Rae
Here’s To Never Growing Up - Avril Lavigne
Fly - Nicki Minaj ft Rihanna
Bad Reputation - Joan Jett
Habits (Stay High) - Tove Lo
Problem - Ariana Grande
Telephone - Lady Gaga
Worth It - Fifth Harmony ft Kid Ink
Young Volcanoes - Fall Out Boy
Any Way You Want It - Journey
Radioactive - Imagine Dragons

modern!Adam’s taste in music is… to be expected. [8tracks] [spotify]

sexyback justin timberlake ● for your entertainment adam lambert ● you need me, i don’t need you ed sheeran ● everybody (backstreets back) backstreet boys ● moves like jagger maroon 5 feat. christina aguilera one in a million down with webster ● wonderwall oasis ● good girls go bad cobra starship feat. leighton meester ● fuck you ceelo green ● bye bye bye *nsync ● bo$$ fifth harmony ● blue (da ba dee) eiffel 65 19 in 99 nick carter ● worth it fifth harmony feat. kid ink ● party for your life down with webster die young ke$ha i like it like that hot chelle rae feat. new boyz ● touch little mix ● it’s gonna be me *nsync ● tik tok ke$ha ● strut adam lambert ● iris goo goo dolls ● saturday night’s alright for fighting elton john ● unwell matchbox twenty


Valhalla is a sci-fi comedy. Ragnarök is a sci-fi tragedy. Guðsríki is something else entirely…

The Valhalla Trilogy by Ari Bach began in 2010. The first book was quite popular, for a self-published book. So popular that in a few years, it was picked up by Harmony Ink Press, an LGBTQ+ YA publisher. It spawned two sequels.

When the last book came out, something happened. The series was growing slowly in popularity but after Guðsríki came out, people began getting the big picture. What started as a funny action novel and grew into a deeper story finally ended in a cathartic peak like nothing they’d ever experienced. The series began to explode. Once word got out about what this series really was, it began to grow exponentially. It’s still small. You won’t find it on store shelves, though any store can order it in for you. You won’t see it on Oprah or Ellen, yet.

But you can read it right now. You can start it free and see if you might enjoy it.

Be warned: By the end, your hands will shake. Your heart will race. And these books will change who you are. Don’t start this trip unless you’re ready for a life altering experience. Books can change the world. Books can keep us alive and books can define who we are.

Read these and you will understand why.