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New fic - one wish is all

As I’m going to try to write a lot tomorrow (new fics + updates) this is a quick summary of my newest fic.

Everlark WIP coming soon - One wish is all

Summary: Katniss knew from the day she was born she could only ever trust one person: her grandmother, Mags. So she’s developed a disguise to keep others away and not even her world-renowned fashion photography would connect her to these… people. Yet living in the same district as Katniss, ex-boxer Peeta Mellark was as blunt as ever. Open and ruthless and alone. But luckily for them there was one person who adored them; wanted them to be happy. And they were intent on doing it.

Even if it was their last wish on earth, though one they never spoke of.

NO, IT’S BUCKY - PART 13

Type: Reader-insert

Relationship/pairing: Bucky / Female Reader

Word count: 3594

Reader and Bucky reunite after the reader returns home to work after 6 years of no contact.

THINGS THAT ARE VERY GOOD WILL HAPPEN BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN BUCKY ISN’T A LITTLE SHIT. AU story

Warnings: Language (curse words etc)

A/N: IT IS NEARLY OVER!!  And yes I lied. I am posting one more and then it is done

Hope you enjoy!

All errors are mine cause I am shit at everything kthanksbye

| Part 12 |                      | Part 14 - Coming soon |

Originally posted by a-marvelous-bean

Originally posted by perfectfeelings



Saturday, you meet up with Wanda for some frozen yogurt.  Her birthday was coming up next weekend and she had been telling you all about her plans for the event. Wanda loved her birthday. According to her, she has a party every year and it was never a small affair. And one thing she never did was share her party with Pietro. The mere thought of sharing her birthday party with him was just… It was not going to happen.

Pietro had divulged this information when the two of you went for a run a few weeks ago. He was helping you get fit and active. Something you were neglecting since you had moved back.  He was a good running partner, he pushed you to run further every time the two of you were out and you were starting to see the difference in your body. And to thank him for all his help, you had promised to introduce him to Daisy, one of the teachers aids at your old work. (Something Wanda was vehemently refusing to do)

“So, have you spoken to Bucky after…?” Wanda says as she mixes her chocolate fudge sauce into her frozen yogurt. You look at her and glare. Were you really having this conversation now?

“I shouldn’t have told you.”

“Probably, but you two are perfect for each other and the sooner you admit you want to bang him, the sooner I can be invited to the wedding.”

“WANDA!!” Your face flushes red as you sink lower in your chair, glaring at Wanda as she giggles around her spoonful of yogurt.

“I know you like him. Just admit it and then go make out with him.”

Your face blushes a darker shade of red as Wanda smirks triumphantly.

“Shut up and eat your yogurt.”

Keep reading

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I’m happy right now, so I’m nervous 
Because there’s always the calm before the storm
Because I don’t want to be set on fire and burn quickly
I’m cheering for love 

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The women are the strong sassy ones, truly. - Part Three.

College can be a lot sometimes. Over the past two years I’ve learned some helpful little tricks that help to keep me sane and on top of things, and it’s time I passed them on to all of you! Ahead in part one: scheduling classes, going to them, and homework. Be on the lookout for part two soon!

i. scheduling classes 

  • Take a full load, but keep it balanced.
    • Don’t schedule all of the tough classes for one semester. 
    • Also try to schedule it so that you will have a variety of homework (ie a mix of writing, tests, and worksheet focused classes)
  • Always speak to your advisor before scheduling classes.
  • Keep in mind that you will need time for homework and online classes when making your schedule.
    • Whether it means choosing not to have classes on certain days, putting a two hour break in between classes, or having all your classes in the afternoon so you can study in the mornings.
  • Keep in mind your personality when picking times.
    • 8AMs are rough. Unless you are the world’s biggest morning person, avoid them if you can. 
  • Be sure to have a plan for eating meals!
    • Some schools will let you bring your lunch into class, but I prefer to have a break during lunch so I can relax while I eat. 
  • Look at a map of campus when scheduling and try to schedule classes in the same building back-to-back, or at least near each other. 

ii. classes

  • Never go to class without a bottle of water and a pen.
  • If it’s a workday and you’re given the option to leave class and work elsewhere, actually use that time to work.
  • Sit wherever you’re comfortable. A lot of posts say to sit up front, but I personally prefer to sit further back so that I can fidget without worrying about distracting others. Figure out what works for you.
  • After about the third class, seats might as well be assigned. Don’t move and throw everyone else off unless you really have to.
  • Always be respectful and kind to your teachers and classmates.
  • Make at least one friend in every class. You don’t have to be bffs, but chat with the person you sit beside before every class so that you have someone to study or share notes with if you need to.
  • If you need to fidget to pay attention, consider bringing a small container of Play-Doh with you to lectures (you may want to let your teacher know what’s up, they’ll almost definitly be cool with it).

iii. homework

  • Unlike high school, you really can’t skip homework. Instead of getting lots of small worksheets, your grade will be decided by a few bigger projects or papers. Try to stay on top of things!
  • Break larger projects up into smaller deadlines.
  • If a class has a lot of worksheets as homework, start a study group so that you can all work on them together. 
  • Try to start homework as soon as you get it.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask from help from teachers, tutors, or classmates.
  • As soon as you get a syllabus, enter all of the due dates into your planner. If you wanna go the extra mile (hint: you do), go ahead and add in dates to start working on projects, too. 
  • Work ahead so that you have the flexibility to hang out with your friends at the last minute, instead of being stuck in the library working on a project that’s due first thing in the morning. 
  • Never plagiarize. It’s the fastest way to get kicked out of a class, or even a whole program. If you’re not sure if it needs a citation, it needs a citation. 
  • The number one rule is simple: do all your work, and do it the best you can. As long as you follow that, you’ll be golden. 

Happy studying, and be on the lookout for part two coming soon!

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Bechloe Agents AU - Part 1 / 2: Beca and the girls are members of an elite team of agents, Code Name: BELLAS. Chloe and Beca have been secretly (or not so secretly) dating. Chloe gets sent on what should’ve been a simple recon mission and gets captured. After being ordered not to interfere, Beca feels helpless until Amy convinces her to forget the rules and go save her partner and girlfriend.    

HERMIONE GRANGER (Harry Potter): Read as much as you can about the subjects that you’re studying.

ELLE WOODS (Legally Blonde): Take as many past exams as possible.

SPENCER HASTINGS (Pretty Little Liars): Sometimes you have to make yourself study, even though you aren’t in the right headspace.

CHER HOROWITZ (Clueless): Don’t be afraid to talk to your professor about a grade that you think is unfair, or about something you believe has been misgraded.

RORY GILMORE (Gilmore Girls): Set goals for yourself and go after them.

ALEX DUNPHY (Modern Family): Be prepared for anything.

CADY HERON (Mean Girls): If you’re really struggling with a subject, think about getting a tutor.

ANNIE EDISON (Community): Form a study group.

GABRIELLA MONTEZ (High School Musical): It’s possible to be involved in extracurriculars and still get good grades, as long as you find the right balance.

SERENA VAN DER WOODSEN (Gossip Girl): Sometimes the best learning is hands-on. Do something yourself or pursue an internship in your field.

JOAN CLARKE (The Imitation Game): Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. Prove them wrong.