okAY BYE

anonymous asked:

I have read your Turning Tide series I think two or three times now. It is one of my favorite fanfics. You mentioned once that if someone commissioned you for it you would continue the story. I was wondering if that was still true and if so how much it would be?

Hello! First of all, thank you for liking that fic– it is one of my faves too and I literally LOVE when people tell me that they went for the re-read. The re-read is the greatest honor, ya know? Like first time around can be like “i want to see what happens” the RE-read is like… you actually like the story!!! So thank you!!

As for finishing the trilogy– look, the day anyone wants to pay me for fanfic is a good day in my book. I mean, it’s never happened so maybe it would turn into “oh no this has become a job!!!” but i’m operating under a “wow i get to do what i love and make a tiny bit of money!” Alas, I may be wrong about this but back in the day getting paid for FF was illegal and so I am certainly not asking for people to commission me on anything. (Though I have seen people taking commissions or setting up patreons for FF… is this something we can do now? … asks the writer who has a free summer coming up and then will be broke af during grad school…) 

Okay, this is a RAMBLING ANSWER– but essentially, I don’t really expect people to commission me for fanfic. Especially not the third part of A Turning Tide because if I did take commissions (which I dont. Cuz it’s illegal) it would be around $10ish dollar per 1,000 words (since that’s about what I write an hour) and so obviously the third part of ATT would be way too expensive for any one person to pay.  unless you are a secret millionaire. if you are a secret millionaire shoot me an e-mail and we’ll talk ;)

All this to say: In a perfect world where this was allowed and you were hella rich, yes you could commission me. In practice, ALAS, we leave it as is.

Hunk: Hey, quick question? 

Lance: Shoot.

Hunk: Are we even sure that the mice are mice?

Lance: Well… I mean… when we got here they looked like mice so I guess we all just kind of assumed that they were mice? Which, when you think about it, is honestly kind of weird. ‘Cause the mice are 10,000 year old aliens dude… which kind of implies that mice are universal?? Like, Altea had them, and Earth has them. What are the odds of that? We’re a gazillion miles from home, but we still have mice. What could that mean? … Dude. Are the mice actually mice?

Hunk:

Hunk: Gonna be honest with you, I meant for this conversation to go a completely different way, but what you’re saying is really cool and now I’m interested in discussing this as a group.

Lance: Aw, thanks buddy! But what were you gonna say?

Hunk: I was gonna say that, are we sure the mice are actually mice? Because it feels like every time we tell them something, they……… rat us out!

Lance: 

Lance: You’re awful.

Star (Poly!Hamilsquad x Reader)

Words: 4000+

Warnings: Cursing, mentions of sex, ?

A/N: an anon requested a poly!hamilsquad x reader soulmate au and i had no idea how to do it so it’s been in my inbox for like a month. im so sorry i took so long ;-; i never posted this late (or early before so enjoy!)


“Y/N, for crying out loud, aren’t you the tiniest bit curious as to who it might be? I mean, come on, you have an incomplete triangle on your wrist!” Angelica said, trying to pull up your sleeve. You swatted her hand away, pushing it back down. She always pestered you about the mark on your wrist. Since she does not have one of her own, she tells you that she lives vicariously through you.

There were only a handful of people in the world that had markings on their skin. It was what scientists called soulmate links, people you were meant to be with. Unfortunately for you, and this was your opinion, you hated being one of the few to have it. You didn’t believe in people “meant to be together”, and would rather just find someone that you loved for who they are, not what your skin says.

And the mark on your wrist was so small, it could just be a birthmark.

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