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Find Me In The Shadows | Chapter 28 | Wenzel
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Summary: With the other Paladins lost to the wormhole and the Castle of Lions out of contact, Keith struggles to survive on a dying Lion. But his rescuer isn’t Shiro or Allura or even Lance: it’s the Galra, and Zarkon has plans for his new find.

Pairings: Shiro/Keith and Keith/Zarkon

Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence, lots of psychological trauma (thanks, Zarkon!), and body horror (thanks, Haggar!).

awfullythick  asked:

2, 5, 8!

2: summarize your current project
I have two! 

1. Charles Xavier is quite a good matchmaker, if he may say so himself (and he is the only one who does). His grouchy neighbor Erik disagrees, but Charles is going to show him once and for all; he can find the perfect match for his new friend and companion, the beautiful orphan Miss Darkholme. There’s certainly no need for her to waste herself on a bumpkin country doctor like Henry McCoy! (Cherik AU of Jane Austen’s Emma that I’m working on with @lachatblanche​.  It’s taking for-freaking-ever and that is 100% my fault.)

2. Princess Ariana has been kept prisoner by a dragon for five years now. It’s not so bad, really – she gardens, has the company of various failed rescuers who can’t be allowed to leave, and the dragon himself is a very decent sort. None of this is his idea, you see, though Ariana still doesn’t know whose idea it is or when she might be set free.

When her beloved dragon is killed, and replaced with his extremely bad-tempered son, the tranquility of Ariana’s gilded cage is shattered. She is determined to escape at last, whatever the cost – to herself or to her new dragon. (Original YA fantasy, more information here.)

5: post a line from your current project without any context

1. Charles stared in utter horror at this singular pronouncement. Mr. Azazel, perhaps mistaking his silence for some more pleasant form of surprise, took the liberty–Charles could not believe he took the liberty–of leaving his seat to settle himself next to Charles on the other side of the carriage.

2. "That I cannot argue with.“
"Truly? A statement that you cannot argue with? I am all amazement!”
“As if you were a very picture of reasonable discourse.”
“Ah, that is more like yourself.”

8: briefly discuss your outlining process, if you outline
Oh, I outline the heck out of things. I really can’t work any other way, I have to know what I’m writing before I can write it. When I’m developing a story idea, I usually figure out the beginning, ending, and maybe the climax first. Then I brainstorm stuff that would be cool to have happen in the middle. Then I start stringing it together and figuring out how to connect it all. Making it all into a coherent plot sometimes happens in a more as-you-go sense, me outlining each chapter, writing it, then outlining the next one… it depends on how clear an idea I have for where the story is going. The answer to a blockage is almost certainly Moar Outlining. (UGH WRITING IS HARD.)

The Haunted Mammoth Caves

The Mammoth Cave in Kentucky is said to be haunted by Floyd Collins, an explorer who died there in 1925 after his leg was pinned under a rock. He was located shortly afterward, but rescuers weren’t able to get to him. He was stuck for two weeks and died just a few days before help managed to get through.

Cavers claim to have heard screams and pleas from the small cavern where he was trapped, which has now been sealed shut. There are even reports of whiskey bottles being thrown at people who approach. One woman claims that the ghost of Floyd saved her from a fall by catching her and pulling her back from a ledge.

America’s other Mammoth Cave—this one in Colorado—is also steeped in a history of bloodshed. Locals call it a “keeper,” which refers to the bodies of those who died there. It’s simply too dangerous to retrieve them, and so the cave keeps the corpses of the lost in its eternal clutches. The most dangerous spot is known as Angel Falls, a 23-meter (75 ft) drop that’s claimed three lives. Yet the most sinister part of the cave’s reputation is the claim that it was once home to a dangerous coven of witches.

The stories say that during the late 1970s, the cave was home to five evil warlocks, named Randy, Sunshine, Lobo, Patches, and Cowboy. The coven killed small mammals and drank their blood. Another report states that two girls saw the warlocks throwing a pregnant woman to her death in the cave. The cave was eventually sealed, and the witches were never found.

archiveofourown.org
Find Me In The Shadows | Chapter 27 | Wenzel
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Summary: With the other Paladins lost to the wormhole and the Castle of Lions out of contact, Keith struggles to survive on a dying Lion. But his rescuer isn’t Shiro or Allura or even Lance: it’s the Galra, and Zarkon has plans for his new find.

Pairings: Shiro/Keith and Keith/Zarkon

Warnings: Graphic depictions of violence, lots of psychological trauma (thanks, Zarkon!), and body horror (thanks, Haggar!).

”I feel incredibly out of place in the Disney fandom because I love movies like 101 Dalmatians, The Great Mouse Detective, The Aristocats and both the Rescuers movies. I don’t dislike any Disney movie (aside from Chicken Little) but I feel like even if I went ahead and a made a tumblr for my Disney fandom stuff the fandom would ignore me, because I don’t love the ‘right’ things i.e. the more modern movies.”

The Rescuer

It wasn’t often that an officer went missing. Captured, sure. Any mech could be captured, when things went wrong. But captors usually called to announce who they had and what they wanted in exchange…or dumped the body someplace it would be found. Neither had happened in this case. Prowl had just…vanished.

Ultra Magnus had sent everyone who could handle rough terrain out to track the lost commander. He’d assigned Bumblebee and Arcee to work together and ordered them to stick together, in case whatever had grabbed Prowl wasn’t satisfied.

“Give me a boost, Bee,” Arcee said, looking up. The remains of the skyscraper stretched toward the starry sky above them. There were no handholds or climbable slopes within the height either of them could jump, but with a running start and a timed toss from Bumblebee, Arcee could (possibly) reach the narrow ledge above and find a place to anchor a climbing line for Bumblebee.

We are only asked to love, to offer hope to the many hopeless. We don’t get to choose all the endings, but we are asked to play the rescuers. We won’t solve all mysteries and our hearts will certainly break in such a vulnerable life, but it is the best way. We were made to be lovers bold in broken places, pouring ourselves out again and again until we’re called home.
—  Jaime tworkoski
To write love on her arms