i'm only happy tonight


The three winners of the Ghosts of Ascalon book are @dragonraider, @dorkanoora and @viirastra!
(*ノ´▽`*)ノ 🎉 Congratulations!

Like with my previous giveaways, I recorded the RNG choosing the winners, so you can see it’s all fair. When I used the generator for the 2nd and 3rd time, it still had the winning numbers from the previous round shown.

To the winners, please check your IM (I’m too longwinded for the ask lmao sorry)! Σ(〃▽〃٥)

Ahh and I always feel really shitty about not being able to give everyone a prize; I definitely would have given everyone a book if I could! (;へ:)
I’ll surely do more give aways in the future!

And to those who have been a follower for a while, again I sincerely thank you for your support.
It means a lot to me! (❁´◡`❁) 

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!

Girls night out was a complete win !!!

alternatively, au where ryan summons demonic ray for the smallest of things (”i want to learn how to whistle.” he says, all earnest and dead serious) and ray desperately needs to know how mr. polite and average learned a demon summoning ritual. he also needs to know why he’s using it to learn how to make balloon animals. 

it takes ray awhile to figure out that that’s just ryan. he summons a creature of darkness to help him learn useless, harmless, skills. he smiles so big and so honestly when he’s happy about the littlest things, and follows it up with a deadpan statement about stabbing someone. it’s awesome. ray’s kind of in love with it. he’s kind of in love with ryan.

anonymous asked:

Hey there super human, you wouldn't happen to have any supper happy fluffy prompts sitting waiting to be written would you? Today has sucked balls hugely and I just wondered if you were planning on working on any prompts could you maybe do a happy one where like no one dies and no one gets there heart torn into a bajizzilion pieces? If not, fear not, I will survive!

“Chlo, what’re you…” 

Chloe’s biting her lip, squeezing Beca’s hand as she pulls her and walks backwards. It’s four in the morning. There is dew on the grass, and the air smells like how Beca imagined the ending scenes of every high school coming-of-age movie would smell. It’s metallic. Crisp. New and old all at the same time, with change creeping through the black-red sky. 

“Shh, Becs,” Chloe said quietly, “Just a little more.” 

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