i'm not entirely sure why i'm posting this


Inspired from this

The original is already screaming ‘JOHN’ so I decided to make an actual John version of it :’D

took the junk food away cos Chas cooks him good home food but added the drinking~

Half Truths (and Similar Fractions)

Hello! This is an AU fanfiction - nothing is real. I’d recommend reading at least chapter one, so you can understand the premise of this AU; all previous chapters can be found on my fanfic page.

As ever, thank you for reading, liking, reblogging, leaving messages, etc - all appreciated.

Chapter Twenty Two

It takes a while for Hannah to rise to consciousness.

It’s because she’s warm, and cosy, and feels indescribably content, somehow. The comforter is soft against her skin, and even though the smell isn’t familiar, it is nice, and reminds her of something familiar, and Hannah turns in her sleep, happy.

This side is equally warm, and when her hand encounters another one, Hannah lets her fingers wrap through long fingers.

There’s a mumble next to her, and it is that which really drags her to awareness.

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You know what’s great? People who understand that “strong female characters” come in several forms. A “girl” who compromises often can be just as strong as a “bitch” who doesn’t bend to anyone ever. Female characters don’t have to be liked or disliked to be considered strong. A soft-spoken, unsure heroine can be just as compelling as her self-assured, vocal counterpart. A female character doesn’t have to be an asshole, she doesn’t have to be an angel. She doesn’t have to anything except strong in some way to be a strong character. The word strong has more than one meaning. I’m tired of the “strong female character” having to be one thing and one thing only.

In addition, one can dislike a character and still respect them. People need to stop confusing dislike for a character as viewing them as lesser. It’s entirely possible for someone to hate a female character (or any character, for that matter) and still see their strength and respect it. Just because it doesn’t happen often doesn’t mean it can’t happen at all.

anonymous asked:

I've been trying to decide if I should get an e-reader for my birthday. I'm not sure what kind of Kindle I want, I'm still looking up the pros and cons of each. I'm also a little worried about how much each book would cost, on Amazon each book 7.99. I'm not sure but I think I remember reading on your blog that you get your books for about 2.99. I was just wondering how you did that and what types of sales if there are any you would look at.

That was me! I wrote an entire post explaining why I love my e-reader and how it saved me money in the long run. Finding deals for Kindle books is really simple. On the side bar of Amazon’s e-book section you’ll find a list of their deals and sales. Such as:

You’ll find tons of books that are sometimes 80% off their original price. You can also search for books by their price.  As for your comment about one of the books you were looking at being $7.99, well how much would it have been if you were to buy a physical copy? YA paperbacks are normally $9.99. If you didn’t buy it in store you’d have to pay for shipping as well. Sure you’re not saving a whole bunch, but that’s $2-$5 you can spend elsewhere or save. It’s all about being smart with your money and finding the right deals.