maybe i should have a tag for this series

tiny evil boy

Coincidences Part I (Bucky x Reader)

Okay, so this is me attempting at one of those “I texted you by accident and we ended up talking and I actually think you’re a pretty decent human being” tropes. I don’t know how it’s going to work out because this is the first time I’m doing something like this, but I dunno.  Maybe it’ll be cool. 

Anyways. 

Without further ado: Happy Reading!

Pairing: Bucky x Reader (Modern AU if that’s what its called)

Words: 4259

Warnings: I mean, swearing a little. But none other than that. 

Excerpt:  Blowing a sigh through your nose, you realize you probably should just leave it alone and not answer at all. Then again, you are slightly curious to at least find out who texted you. They obviously thought they were talking to someone else, so it couldn’t hurt to maybe steer them in a different direction. Maybe.

*After writing this first part, I have determined that this is going to have to be a multi-part fic. Yeah. This got away from me, but I’m gonna try to post the parts in succession. 

Tagging: @langinator @beccaanne814-blog @fairchild21 

Series Tags: @melanie451 @sebstanwassup @colagirl5 @winenighthoe @hillrich @gotnotfeature

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Why?| Bucky Barnes X Reader.(Part 2)

Summary: Reader started to question their relationship and then walks in on something she never expected..

Pairing: Bucky x Natasha, Bucky x Reader, Steve x Reader

Warnings: Language, mentions of rape, abuse, etc.

Word count: 1,090

A/N: Omg thanks too much for everything! I didn’t think this would do well alt all but it did! So thank you soooo much from the bottom of my heart! Okay enjoy!

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miss-v1  asked:

I have been following you since I got my Tumblr, and I have noticed the variety of questions you have answered. I don't know if you have already answered this one, but I would like to ask about outlining a series. I'm trying to write a novel series, but I don't know how to have an effective outline for it. I have seen many tutorials on outlining a novel but not a series. Any advise you could give me would be appreciated. Thank you.

Thanks for asking, and thanks for following my blog <3 :)  I do try to answer every question I get in the inbox, either with my own advice or with resources from people with better knowledge.  And I probably need to create a masterpost/FAQ to help people navigate my posts in the future >.<

So I’ve only written one series (technically a trilogy) and it was not of full-length novels, but I did have an outline method that might help you.  I’m a crazy-hard planner so if it’s a bit too thorough for your tastes, you can winnow it down to what suits you:

  1. Start with the first book.  Remember, if you don’t have the first book, you don’t have any books.  Really devote time to creating complex characters, an engaging and in-depth plot, and a solid setting that complements it.  You won’t really be able to outline anything else until this is done – because no matter how well-laid your plans are, the story will turn out different by the time it’s done.  That’s mainly because you’re discovering the characters in that first story, which makes everything tentative.
  2. Once you’re about halfway through, develop the ending.  By halfway through the story, you’ve got a solid cast of characters, a defined plot, and plenty of decisions left to make.  You probably only have a vague idea of how you want the first book to end – so now is the time to stop and plan the ending.  Make sure you’ve got a satisfactory finale that leaves an opening for the next book, but brings the plot to some sort of satisfactory conclusion nonetheless.
  3. Once you’ve got the ending, define the point of your series.  Is it plot-driven or character-driven?  If it’s plot-driven, what is the final point in the plot that you wish to achieve (e.g. the Hunger Games trilogy encompassed Katniss’s enemyship with President Snow)?  If it’s character-driven, how do you want the characters to evolve by the end of the series (e.g. Friends was about six young adult friends figuring out their lives and supporting each other UNTIL they found family, stability, and new support systems)?  This definition will help you to develop everything in between.
  4. Write a loose few paragraphs on what you definitely want in the stories.  Plot twists, character developments, big scenes – put it all in there.  Brainstorm a bit until you have plenty of story fodder, and then play with the order a bit.  Group together things that complement each other or are similar in theme/timing.  If there are holes, take the flexible subplots (e.g. a romance arc) and fit them in there.  It’s basically like going to the grocery store, grabbing 50 ingredients, and then rationing them out to make 5 delicious, whole meals.  Take your ingredients and make 3+ separate, full plots.
  5. Outline each story individually (or at least the next two for now).  This will be where you do the final shifting, getting things in order and seeing if they make good stories.  Some things will fit together and make for a compelling whole project – and from my experience, I’d guess you’ll wind up with a few extra plots/subplots/plot bunnies that don’t find a home.  Do the hard thing and cut them out.  If they don’t fit in any story, and they’re not enough to make their own story, they’re just a necessary casualty.
  6. Adjust as necessary.  As you develop characters and plots, things may change.  You may find that some subplots don’t fit with the theme of a certain book.  You may wind up cutting more and bringing back stuff you previously cut out.  When in this process, make sure you don’t delete any ideas.  Ever.  Anything might make a reappearance.  A series means you have a lot of space to fill with only a basic idea, so anything could be the difference between a bunch of books and a true series.
  7. Don’t get attached to anything especially the ending.  No matter how wonderful you think your ending is, by the time you actually get there, the odds are good that it’ll change completely.  Plans are great, but they’re never followed 100%.  Don’t get so attached to certain ideas that you’ll bend the true story – the best story – into knots trying to keep your favorite ideas in there.

That’s the best I could remember from my time writing a series.  In point #5 I left a link to my outline tag, with different reblogs of outlining techniques for your individual stories.  Outlining is so different for every writer, so I figured that’d be your best bet.

I hope this helps!  This is just my method, and there are thousands of other methods out there.  If you still need help or have other questions, my inbox is always open! :]  Good luck!


If you need advice on general writing or fanfiction, you should maybe ask me!

anonymous asked:

You seem very reliable. Any suggestions for a boy who's in the mood for angst?

im assuming you’re looking for fanfics? im pretty bad when it comes to keeping track of fanfics, so i’ll mostly be using one from my bookmarks (as well as my own bc shameless self promotion)

Even the Stars Die, Dear by me. fahc freewood angst. major character death warning

Helpless by me. fahc ryan angst, boy gets hurt when they’re out drinking. warning for nonconsenual drug use. prob one of my fav fics ive written haha

Lamp Halo by @kahnah23. fahc with gents as adults and lads as kids. the whole series is super angsty tbh its all great shit but definitely a longer read. the first one is amazing but i will warn on some of the later ones the kids get hurt worse, so if you cant really stand kids getting hurt the later ones might not be the best for you. but the first one is like a gold standard in fandom haha its so good. and i think my favorite way ive seen kids written, its very accurate

Expedition Wild West by @staranon95. oh man the Ryan angst is good in this one. and star does a great job with mixing plot and backstory, saving the real reveal of what happened at the end. and overall is a great fic. not really shipping but focuses on his relationship with the lads

Violent Delights by @kaysno fahc Jeremy/Trevor. another warning for major character death by oh man its so good haha

These Hungry Ghosts by @whalehuntingboyfriends Spooky Scare AU. should probably read the first one of the series first as its fucking great two, but the second piece will always be my favorite. i don’t even have a full reason why, i just adore it

Vertigo by @whalehuntingboyfriends another favorite of mine. fahc hybrids au. good for that lovely Gavin angst. and with the poor boy losing his ability to fly

soft as swan feathers by @transvav. swan lake au jerevinwood. not gonna lie i don’t know much about swan lake, but neither do you to understand whats going on. id recommend reading it and then maybe scrolling through the au tag on vav’s blog for even more angst haha

Cheat Codes by @thilesluna. warning for torture and kidnapping. fahc jeremy angst centric. want that insecure and sad boy, well this is a good fic for you

Long Live The Mad King by purplelly (don’t know if they have a tumblr) Minecraft au ot6. an old one but a good one, one of the first few fics that really got me into the fandom

thats the ones i could think of at least, but anyone is welcome to rebog and rec more!

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Warlike Athena 

A mix for Athena (Ἀθηνᾶ), patron goddess of the city of Athens. Warlike Athena, wise Athena, Athena Parthenos, Pallas Athene. . Daughter of Zeus and Metis, goddess of wisdom, war, mathematics, the arts and courage.

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My first offering to the Overwatch fandom! (please be merciful (v_v))) I have never played before but they art is always so pretty I thought maybe I would try my hand at doing some sort of fantasy monster series.. like devil Mercy or vampire Widowmaker! So to start off I made Zombie Tracer! This is very new to me so please be sure to tell me what you think! Good idea? Totally Terri-bad? If you like it what monster should I try next? If not what would you rather see? I -really- want to try some new things!

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Should you tip on to-go orders? My answer may surprise you (it won’t).

I’m hesitant to write about this because I love the Bachelor franchise and the former cast of the series, and I don’t want this cast member to read this blog and get offended or talk shit. 

In order to avoid that, I’m not going to tag Tanner Tolbert or the Bachelor franchise.

Disclaimer, I adore Tanner and his wife, Jade. I watched both their seasons, and their season of BIP + watched their televised wedding, so in case this makes it way back to Tanner, no disrespect, I just want to provide an inside perspective to tipping on to-go orders. 

So here it goes. Maybe I should explain first. I have a twitter where I follow some people and I happened to see this tweet from Tanner Tolbert, from the Bachelorette & Bachelor in Paradise, tweeted this poll:

“We are having a debate at work, how much do you tip for a take out order at a restaurant?

Nothing-its take out. 55% agree.

$1, just to say thank you. 31% agree.

20%, the standard amount you should tip. 14% agree.” (What I voted for).

Here’s why I think I’m a credible person to have this discussion. Out of serving, hosting, and doing to-go orders, I’m probably the best at doing to-go orders. I’m a trainer at my job for host, to-go, and server, and even though I was good at all three job titles, I can admit that I’m the best at to-go.

So hi, I’m serverthoughts, I’m credible and I’m here to inform you all that you should tip the to-go person. There were many nights where no one would tip me when I would do to-go which is why it’s my least favorite thing to do, and at times the hardest.

Although juggling 10 tables and having multiple things to do is still pretty difficult. 

I was the main person answering the phone (when I did to-go), and sometimes, occasionally, a server would answer it, but for the most part everyone would ignore the phone.

Sometimes three people would be calling at once, and I’d be the only one answering calls, while putting in a to-go order while the damn phone won’t stop ringing.

When food was taking forever and I quoted my guests a certain time, it’s not like serving a table where I can just tell them that the kitchen is behind and they’ll get their food shortly. People are literally 10 feet away from me, looking pissed off and impatient, as I ask the cooks how much longer for a well-done steak, a well-done hamburger, and three kids meals. 

Also, your guests aren’t meant to be there for long. They don’t want to eat at the restaurant, they want something quick and easy (I’m available. Sorry, I couldn’t not make that joke), and want to get out of there fast.

Your friendly to-go person is yelling at the cooks to hurry up because the food should of only took 15 minutes and their customer is waiting, and they have someone on hold who wants to place an order, and then someone came in and wants to place an order, and they have to grab the melting milkshake that should of been in a to-go cup but the bartender put it in a regular glass, and great, they just got an online order that takes up half their screen, and they’re already short two cooks so food is taking forever to make, and then they have to make sure that the burger you asked for no onions with, and a side of loaded mash potatoes, is actually no onions and not with french fries.

But serverthoughts, why not just quote your customers longer? Well young padawan, at our restaurant they typically don’t want us to quote more than 15 minutes unless it’s a big order or well done steaks, then maybe we can extend the time to 20 minutes. Twenty-five if I’m drowning in the fucking weeds.

Things I hated about being a to-go hoe:

  • When people would order online and come before their pick-up time and ask me if their food was ready. 
  • Fries with no salt. There’s a story behind this, read it here.
  • To-go drinks.
  • When people would order online and either call or come in person and ask if they could have the order earlier than their pick-up time, so I would have to show the cooks proof of the order, and they would still not believe me and begrudgingly make it for me, and the order still not be ready by the real pick-up time.
  • Always running out of stuff. Silverware, cups, spoons, soup cups, lids, boxes, ramekins.. you name it, we’re out of it.
  • The stupid stuff people ask you on the phone. Someone told me to go fuck myself once, and I said, “thanks, you too,” and hung up because fire me. They didn’t fire me, my manager actually laughed when I told her. Read that blog post here.
  • Being the only person doing to-go and being swamped with taking orders, cashing out people, and boxing up food. It’s a lot more stressful than you think, and I tried to describe above the different issues you might face while doing to-go, but I can’t truly describe how it feels to be in the weeds if you’ve never worked in a restaurant.

Literally just find any server ran account on Instagram that posts pictures of server memes, and you’ll see the struggle.

So no, Tanner and fans, I never expected people to tip me because I wasn’t personally waiting on them, like I would while waiting the table. But I am still feeding you and making sure your food is correct - so maybe that doesn’t warrant a 20% tip, but you should always tip the to-go person something, unless they completely fucked up your order. Even then you should tip. Maybe? It depends on the circumstance, really. 

Or if their insanely rude. One of our current to-go people is very timid and quiet and if I didn’t know her, I might think she was coming off snobby or rude, so there’s that little tibbit you didn’t need to know.

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But I do think you should check your order yourself before you leave the restaurant to make sure everything is right.

I was pleasantly surprised when I got tips because most people, (55 percent) of the poll, don’t think you should tip the to-go person, and 31 percent only think you should give a dollar. 

5 dollars is cool for a to-go order, I looooooved when people would tip me 5 dollars. Obviously the people that tipped 15 percent and up were my favorite, but I was a realistic person. 

I always tip when I order to-go and even sometimes when I get a coffee or sandwich. Minimum wage is not enough to live on and I get that struggle. Tipping $5 on a to-go order is not going to break the bank, and if it does maybe you should cook at home.

Xoxo,

serverthoughts.

I was going to post screenshots of some of the replies that Tanner got from this tweet but I don’t want to get upset and rant about it, so I’m just going to quietly exit and hope Tanner or anyone from the Bachelor family never reads this, k bye.

P.S.S. Maybe I’ll include the replies to the tweets in my next “Replying to Yelp reviews” because I already screenshot the replies and blurred out the twitter handles. 

See you soon.

A Million Reasons, preview

Characters: Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, Bucky Barnes, Matt Murdock

Warnings: angst.

A/N: If you want a happy ending sort of story, please refrain from reading any further. If you want a more realistic take on a relationship and the how easy things can fall apart  - then here you go. Enjoy.

Summary:  It’s simple really. Girl joins S.H.I.E.L.D. Boy gets unfrozen after 70 years. Girl meets boy. They fall in love. They get engage. They have a baby. Then shit hits the fan. Add some drama, flashbacks, a cute kid, meddling Natasha/Bucky duo and maybe another love interest in the mix - one in the form of a hot lawyer from Hell’s Kitchen.

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anonymous asked:

Your thoughts on negativity in fandom?

Hello nonnie 😊 Soooo… You probably sent this message thinking you’d get a nice quick “it’s bad” answer, but what you didnt know is that I have a tendency to rant, and I have a lot of thoughts about this….. So buckle your seatbelts kiddos here comes a tangent! (Also this on mobile lol what is formatting) 1. The thing with fandom that is both awesome and hard is that everyone has different opinions on stuff. If a portion of the fandom reads a certain book in a series and hates it, then that is fine! And I think they should be able to be vocal about that for the purpose being able to talk to other people about it. But. I prefer people tag things, and maybe put it under the cut, or maybe say something like “hey I hated the book/ this part, if you didn’t then maybe unfollow me” because you don’t want to be that person that shits on someone’s birthday cake you know? 2. With all that being said… Negativity is a poison. Lord knows I can be salty, and I am of the opinion that you can criticize and poke at things you love and still love them. But negativity begets negativity. So when thats all you focus on and all you spread around… That’s just not my vibe man. 3. I have realized that I read acowar differently than… Any other book I’ve read? I read all of tog before joining the fandom and so therefore missed all the drama. Then I read Acotar, again without fandom interpretation beside “Tamlin=bad”. But with acowar… I let the fact that we had so many headcanons (which is NOT a bad thing) and the fact that the prereleased copies sent up a fandom shit storm (a super annoying thing) taint my entire reading. I was subconsciously looking for things to be wrong/bad the entire time. And the fact that I let fandom very obviously hurt my reading experience… Sucks? But it’s hard because how much of that is fandom and how much of that is up to me to just ignore the negative vibes? I don’t know. 4. I think there comes a point when you need to decide to either wash you hands… Or just tone it down maybe. You either read the books for the fun distraction of Hot Fae Drama™ or you are looking for Dickinson level literary genius… In which case you may be disappointed, that’s life man. And it’s totally your prerogative, just be mindful that fandom means… You know… You’re a fan. 5. I will say this, there have been waves of negativity for sure… But I’ve been in fandoms before that… You guys… Just- bad. Real bad. So I learned how to scroll past, how to officially decide to unfollow a bunch of people, etc. So I will say that I am proud of this fandom for taking up the cause (somewhat, relatively) quickly to take a step back and reevaluate. Obviously we aren’t quite there yet but, you know. 6. Lastly (lol you made it this far, congrats) the most harmful is obviously anon hate. Which… there isn’t any way to slice it. If you are the type of immature 9 year old that spends their day being a cunt to real life people on the internet over fictional characters…. Especially a ship??? No. You and I are not friends. Frankly I think you have a laughable lack of social intelligence and I dont feel bad saying so. come at me. That is the biggest source of negativity I have seen and I’m actually fully in favor of the toddler rule. When a toddler throws a tantrum, don’t indulge them. They just want attention. Don’t feed the trolls. Or you know… Some other metaphor

I hate seeing fandoms degenerate into nastiness and ship hate because take a moment to realize these are anime characters…they are a series of lines with colours…they aren’t real.

 I keep seeing people in the bsd fandom try and argue recently that sou//ko//ku shippers are more annoying or vice versa kuniki//da//za//i shippers are more annoying or even today I saw someone say od//a//za//i shippers. EVeryone is annoying!!!!! There are people who ship the same things as me that I don’t like but I don’t give them shit for it. All fandoms are. I’ve been in enough for like 10 years of my life to know this. Every ship is going to have people who ruin things for you, there is no ~perfect ship~ or fandom. There are always people you won’t like and that’s okay. But what isn’t okay is to put it in tags or send hate blaming an entire group of shippers for being awful.

So! Stop sending rude shit and filling tags with awful messages because it does nothing. It just makes perfectly fine and nice people feel shitty about liking two or more fictional characters being in love. Still don’t agree you should be nice? Maybe I can convince you by telling you again they’re a series of fucking lines. I know. I’m a fucking artist. I draw them all day.

anonymous asked:

Ahhh I really love the whole werewolf series!! Could we get maybe something happens to the reader and Jesse and jack to the rescue? =u=

So I completely forgot that I had decided to update this on Saturdays?? And so, to make up for it, I made this chapter pretty long. I’ll put it under a cut so it doesn’t take up so much space on your dashes!

Edit: …whoops. Looks like I did update this when I should have. So. Um. Consider this the weekly update for it?? :D ((I’m dumb and sick don’t judge me yo))

Werewolf McCree Series Tag

“You know, I was really, totally, from the bottom of my heart, rooting for you guys and then you do this. You come into my home, knock out my guard dog—”

“He is not a pet—”

“Hey, you kidnapped me, you deal with my fucking monologue or swap my blindfold for a gag, you two-toned-undercut-hipster-wannabe.” You cleared your throat, shaking your head to adjust the way the blindfold sat on your face. “As I was saying before I was so rudely interrupted.”

“They are right, Hanzo, I was very intrigued by their monologue.”

There was a frustrated silence that followed.

You cleared your throat again, much louder this time. “You come into my home, knock out my guard dog and take me to fuck knows where, probably the desert because, let’s face it, where else are two mysterious men going to take a defenseless person they just kidnapped but out into the wasteland that is probably hiding at least one cryptid creature and a dozen alien civilizations.” You took a deep breath and released it very slowly. “Okay, monologue done, you can continue, Mr. Two-toned-undercut-hipster-wannabe.”

Sweat dripped down your forehead and you shook your head again.

“Perhaps we should find a gag for them,” Hanzo suggested.

“Then you try to gag them, Mr. Two-toned-undercut-hipster-wannabe, as they tried to bite me when I attempted to do so earlier,” Genji shot back. You heard a crunch and a satisfied sigh.

“Are those the cookies I made?” you asked in the direction of the sound.

“They are, yes,” Genji answered around a mouthful of cookie, “Thank you for the baked goods.”

“Aw, you’re welcome, Mr. I-have-some-fucking-human-decency.”

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I’ve been thinking about Kuro and some “critical” opinions I have. I know at least 4 other people who feel this way, but never really put it into words myself. I’m not going to put this in the main tag so if anyone scrolling past is interested, my thoughts are below the cut. 

It’s nothing really negative about content, just some issues I have with how the content’s executed. And why Yana’s tweets don’t quite balance everything:

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astronomutual  asked:

do you know any books that include jewish wlw or maybe books that have wlw characters but aren't centered around their sexuality?

I would definitely recommend the Mangoverse series by Shira Glassman. It’s a fantasy series but and the author herself is Jewish and the world they’re set in has Jewish culture and influences. For contemporary, you should check out My Year Zero by Rachel Gold

As for wlw characters where the focus isn’t on their sexuality (I’m assuming you mean questioning/coming out and similar things) I suggest going through our fantasy/sci-fi tags since in those genres that’s rarely ever mentioned at all, or contemporary books that have slightly older characters.

anonymous asked:

Sydney, are you making a list of your favorite GIFs from the "every Quinn scene ever" series? When this has ended, I think you should choose your favorites from each season, and from those, choose your top 10 (or top 5, whatever). Oui?

I’m not keeping a running list, but I am trying to make an XL version of my favorites. 

Maybe next year, when it’s all done, we can do a twitter poll and let the fans decide their favorite. Cynthia, our “Queen of Tags”, will make sure we have all the XL gifs ready and at our fingertips when necessary.  

And here’s another to add to that list:

Going through the His Dark Materials tag, I realise how the fans are desperate to expend the fandom. There is tons of post where it’s just people sending an ask like : ‘Have you read His Dark Materials ?’, ‘You should read HDM it’s really good !’ and the people answering like ‘no I haven’t’ , ‘I don’t know it but it looks cool !’ . But then, I also see several posts of people who just began reading it, so maybe it’s working ! 

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wanted to try a little more realistic approach with Kagome’s figure

I don’t think she’d be as buff or toned as Sango because she doesn’t do full-body combat fighting like Sango does and even though she walks a lot, she also gets lots of piggy-back rides, but I do think she’d have pretty muscly arms

cuz have you ever done archery? I have, and it takes a heck of a lot of arm strength to get enough pull on a real bow to send an arrow anywhere, let alone the distances she gets. With all the archery she does and as good as she eventually gets, this girl would have some heavy-duty arm muscles (not that you can really tell from these, but I’m working on it :P)

alaskanpopculturelover  asked:

I’m a fan of your work and I have to ask, do you do requests? If you do I thought I would be cool if you did a piece to go with your piece “Agents of Virtue” based on the seven heavenly virtues. Maybe you could do “Agents of Sin” that can be based on the seven deadly sins?

apologies, but I think you have me mixed up with someone else. I didn’t do an Agents of Virtue series. I believe you’re looking for a gentleman named Robert Chew: http://robertbchew.tumblr.com/post/161230543941/agents-of-virtue-each-agent-is-paired-with-an

I can see your confusion though, since I did reblog this art with my “inspiration” tag. But good news! Robert has in fact done an agents of sin series like you mentioned and it’s rad!! You should go check it out!!!!!

http://robertbchew.tumblr.com/post/158538625096/agents-of-sin-each-operator-is-paired-with-a

Falling Out, Falling In (Ch. 1) | Zen/Hyun Ryu x Reader

RATING: Teen | GENRE: Angst/Drama/Healing/Friendship
SUMMARY: You catch Zen cheating on you, and you try to recover from the shock as he tries to mend your relationship.

Initially, you’re not too sure just what it is you’re looking at. …No, that’s a lie. You know full well what it is you’re looking at, but your heart, wanting to save you from the pain, tries to vehemently deny the scene before you. But you can’t. Not when it’s staring at you straight in the face, and your rationality doesn’t give a fuck about how you feel and you quickly start to become aware of what this is.

The room is quiet as you stand there, staring at the two figures on the bed as they stare back at you. Your eyes glance over to the scattered clothes on the floor before bringing them back up to what was supposed to be your faithful boyfriend and the woman he’s hovering over. For a moment, you can’t believe that of all people you find Zen to be cheating with—you flinch slightly from those thoughts, never thinking that they would ever have to cross your mind—it’s Echo Girl. The same woman who nearly ruined Zen’s career before. But here she was, very much ruining the relationship you thought you had with the actor.

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