rq game

Each house as: a board game
  • Gryffindor: Blockhead – can be played up to 20 people, but still epic final duels, dramatic tension escalates thoroughly
  • Hufflepuff: Time’s Up! – team strategy, Answers Not Quite As Expected™, hilarity ensues
  • Ravenclaw: Mastermind – quiet game, simple but endless, the scienz of duduction pretty much
  • Slytherin: Conspiracy – Bluff™, *slams hands upon table before revealing awfully high sum of money*, persuade your ennemies into pestering one another and sneak up to victory
RQ Name Game

1.) Your FIRST letter of your FIRST name.

A B C D E - Maven
F G H I J - Evangelo
K L M N O - Farley
P Q R S T - Kilorn
U V W X - Cal
Y Z -Mare

2.) Your LAST letter of your LAST

A B C D E F G - wants to
H I J K L M N - loves to
O P Q R S T - likes to
U V W X Y Z - hates to

3.) Your SECOND letter of your FIRST name.

A B C - kill people
D E F - catch fish
G H I - fight
J K L - dance
M N O - eat
P Q R - watch their enemies suffer
S T U - sleep
V W X - watch the dawn
Y Z - bitch

3.) Your SECOND letter of your LAST name.

A B C D - with Mare
E F G H I - with Maven
J K L M - with Cal
N O P Q - with Farley
R S T U - with Evangeline
V W X - with Kilorn
Y - with Gisa
Z - with Elara

how accurate is yours?

If Kilorn Warren and Gale Hawthorne met
  • Kilorn: Yo
  • Gale: Sup
  • Kilorn: Did you get friendzoned?
  • Gale: Yup
  • Kilorn: Did you see your girl get kissed by that new guy?
  • Gale: Another yup.
  • Kilorn: Did you-
  • Gale: Let's just say we are kind of the same character except that you are more harsh than me and we are in different books. Wanna get a drink?
  • Kilorn: Yea why not.
! Tag Time!

Thanks for the tag @myeyesonthehorizon <3

1. Favorite book of all time?

ugh don’t make me choose!! I’m always biased by the last good book that I read. the one i love the most is almost always the one i am reading XD so i’ll say, the One. It’s awesome but i love ALL MY BEBES EQUALLY ok except the ones i hate

2. Book you’re currently reading?

The Heir (gotta finish the series man)

3. Have you ever considered writing a book?

only a million times

4. Favorite series?

*hiss* *pop* *sizzle* eRrOr ErRoR I’d say top 3 but I have so many it’s unfair to the rest

5. Book you’d like to read?

I gotta reread 13 curses again man 💯

6. What’s in your tbr pile?

umm acotar series, soc, raven cycle and much more!

7. Favorite Fictional characters?

Maven Calore, Shade Barrow, Diana Farley, Julian Jacos, Maxon Schreave, America’s maid trio (never should’a been separated), Rowan (Red) Fox, Fabian, Raven and my most hated tho would be *whispers* Dolores Umbridge *screaming from everywhere*

8. Favorite ship of all time?

ok but this is an easy one. maxerica in a heartbeat

9. Pick up the book closest to you, open it to page 1, and read the first paragraph.

[ok so it’s 13 Curses but the first paragraph kinda spoils the first book so I’m going to read the first paragraph of the FIRST book, 13 Treasures]

She was aware of their presence in the room before she even awoke.

Originally posted by ml1125

10. What’s the first book fandom you were in?


I tag @liz-cavallaro @lilyharvord @maremollybarrowcalore @queeniriscygnet and anyone else who wants to do this! :)

anonymous asked:

do you no longer talk about the way you mashed up popular books to create red queen for the money??? is it in the past???? and how you used to talk shit about other aspiring authors in the genre? you used to talk mad shit too.. about how they sucked and publishing was so much easier than what they made it out to be

I forgot that no one has ever been inspired by another book ever (of course I talk about mash-ups still, I pitch RQ as Hunger Games meets Game of Thrones meets X-Men all the time, it’s an easy shorthand, it’s how you pitch and talk about projects). 

Please point out where I’ve talked shit (seriously, I’d like to rectify).

You’re right, publishing is sooooo easy (of course it isn’t, I talk all the time about the ups and downs of this job. Do I talk about how it’s easier to get your work in front of an agent in lit than it is in film/tv? Yes, because that’s a fact. Lit agents have open emails and they read blind queries. Entertainment agents usually don’t read things unsolicited. I’m sorry you misinterpreted this). 

And baby, if I was pursuing a career just for the money, I sure as shit wouldn’t have chosen to go into creative writing.