i seriously recommend this series to everyone

My Favorite Fantasy Series

1. The Lord of the Rings and the other books written by J.R.R. Tolkien. Seriously, go read them!!! They are amazing! I have read my copies to shreds!

2. The Percy Jackson books!!! All of them!!! I cannot choose a favorite series, so read all of them! Rick Riordan is a genius. 

3. The Song of Albion books are quite good! If you love a blend of myth and history, these books are perfect! Stephen Lawhead is a mastermind.

4. The Throne of Glass novels will keep you from ever putting the book down! These books are amazing, heart-wrenching, and soul-searching. Sarah Maas outdid herself. 

5. The Door Within trilogy caters to younger audiences, but who said age mattered?! These books will suck you into the story and you will be journeying right alongside the heroes. Wayne Thomas Batson should be a better known author.

6. The Iron Fey series is fantastic. I just discovered these books and they blew my mind! Usually, I feel most fantasy books are just knock-offs of Lord of the Rings, but these ones did not give me that impression. Julie Kagawa better hurry up and write the seventh book! 

7. The Circle Trilogy (plus the others) by Ted Dekker is a very interesting series that will make you question everything. I love thought-provoking adventures that open your perspective. This one certainly does that! 

8. The Hunger Games makes my list too. Sure, it is a popular series, but I read it before anyone else knew about it. This is probably my all-time favorite end-of-the-world, dystopian teen series. Go Suzanne Collins! 

9. The DragonKeeper Chronicles by Donita K. Paul are lesser-known but amazing! I have read this series a few times and I love the storyline so much! If you like dragons, brave heroines, and adventure, this story is for you! 

10. The Ranger’s Apprentice series is great. I have not read these books for a long while, but they will never grow old! I wish more people knew about the wondrous world John Flanagan created. 

Some honorable mentions that make the list but not the top 10 are Harry Potter (seriously so good, but everyone knows about them so I wanted to list the less popular books), Inheritance Cycle, The Chronicles of Narnia, any books by Gail Carson Levine, The Fionavar Tapestry, and the Rowan Hood series by Nancy Springer. 

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Is there an Amelia Peabody fandom on Tumblr?

Yes? No? 


Because for real, if you haven’t read The Crocodile on the Sandbank, then seriously I just feel sorry for you.

I’m literally 1 ¼ books into this series, I think there are 19 books all together, about a Victorian era female Egyptologist, written by a real life female Egyptologist and her swashbuckling Indiana Jones/Rick O’Connell/Han Solo type eventual husband. 


Everyone read it now.

And fandom, if you’re out there, SO I AM. LET’S BE FRIENDS. 

a few serious narrative TV shows that I would highly recommend because they are good and understand how to use the medium well:

-Breaking Bad: HEY!!! I KNOW!! everyone says this is the “best show on tv” but seriously? i still haven’t watched another serious tv drama, that juggles everything so well and feels extremely satisfying from start to finish. im sorry if i’m cliche but i love it to bits.

-Fargo: HOLY SHIT!!! Who would’ve thought that a TV series based on such a well known and respected film would some how manage to be one of the most refreshing shows on TV. while each season tells it’s own story, they are both extremely well written, super funny and filled with really great character arcs! i love it! season 3 just started and honestly, you should watch it. the last episode that aired, they spent a full episode spinning it’s wheels and going no where but still managed to be one of the best hours of TV i have seen in a while.

-Silicon Valley: This show is made by the guy who did King Of The Hill and Beavis and Butthead and it manages to be one of the funniest shows on TV while somehow also creating a storyline that takes such crazy twists and turns, that I can’t help to be excited to turn in every week

-BoJack Horseman: hey! serious adult animated cartoon that takes the trope of “loveable asshole” and makes the character take consequence for his actions! each episode stands very well on it’s own but it’s even more enjoyable following the characters arcs!

-The Jinx: This is a 6 part documentary about the accused murderer Robert Durst. Each part is satisfying and digestible and makes the grim and disturbing story a lot more accessible than simply releasing a 4+ hour documentary. Features one of the most shocking things I’ve ever seen caught on tape. 

My Top Fiveish Favorite Yuri Picks

I felt the need to do this, seeings as it’s primarily a yuri blog, with my occasional interests weaved in.

Number 1. Shizuma and Nagisa from Strawberry Panic.

This was the very first yuri I ever watched, and I hold it close to me. I’m not sure what it was about this series that lured me in, but it was very beautiful and captivated me.

Number 2. Homura and Madoka from Puella Magi Madoka Magica.

I watched this at first expecting what mostly everyone else expected: A cutesie magical girl series. I never expected it to be such a mind-fuck. And the “yuri-undertones” just make it that much more rich and better for me. ON TOP OF THE AMAZING artwork in both the anime and manga! If you seriously love a combination of artist styles, and don’t mind being mind-fucked, I highly recommend this. It’s beautiful.

Number 3. Uranus and Neptune, aka Haruka and Michiru from the Sailor Moon series.

I grew up watching Sailor Moon, and these two were so badass. Fairly certain a lot of people who grew up watching it knew that they weren’t “cousins”, if you watched it in the US. I can’t express just how much I love these two. Even though Makoto is my waifu, these two will always be on my top favorite couples. They were just so iconic at the time they were introduced.

Number 4. Inukai Isuke and Sagae Haruki, as well as Namatame Chitaru and Hitsugi Kirigaya, from Akuma no Riddle.

It was suuuuper hard for me to pick a couple from AnR. I really love both Isuke and Haruki’s character designs. And I love that their characters get some sort of story in the anime. I haven’t read the manga yet, but after seeing all the yuri fanart of those two, it made it really hard to pick just one couple from this series. Chitaru and Kirigaya were pretty much the most outgoing yuri couple I noticed in the anime and the first to fully captivate me, next to Tokaku and Haru. And the only reason I say that is because if the hand-holding didn’t strike something, then their own episode where they were Romeo and Juliet did. That was also the one episode that had me bawling my eyes out.

Number 5. Chikane and Himeko from Kannazuki no Miko.

This was the fourth yuri I watched. Even though it was kind of rough for me, I still loved the idea behind it. And I still love the concept behind these two characters. No matter how many times they rebirth, they’ll always find each other. <3

Honorable mentions:
Shinobu and Kaede from Ninja Nonsense/ Shinobuden/ 2x2=Shinobuden

Lucia and Sumire from Venus Versus Virus.

Nishimikado Tami and Tokiwa Machi, from HaNaYaMaTa.

anonymous asked:

also for people looking for a game to play that's like undertale i would recommend the pmd series (especially time/darkness/sky) they're all really cute but can get super dark + deep also the characters are really funny and enjoyable , as far as i'm aware nothing in undertale references it but they're still similar and both really great games in their own rights

oh dude you dont have to tell me how awesome pokemon mystery dungeon is, that series is LITERALLY my whole life. i seriously doubt i would be where i am today without it. but yes to everyone else: pmd is great pls play it