Fairy Tail magazine was something I’ve wanted to make for a long time
and Lucy’s day was the perfect opportunity to finally make it happen.
All interviews and articles are written by me, so excuse me if they
sound a bit OOC. I did my best! ^^
Lucy’s render on page 4: Stella1994x on DeviantArt (I’m not putting the
link to her page, because Tumblr seems to be having problems with
a/n: You all have been so patient and I know I’m a bit late (4 months late soz about that). Every single one of you have been so amazing with the support of this, and it blows my mind every time I get a notification that TiC got another note. And when I posted earlier today that I was posting it, I absolutely loved the response I got in my inbox. It made my heart incredibly happy and with each message that came in, not gonna lie, i teared up a bit. You all have been so lovely and good sports (especially when i posted that fake TiC2 WHAT A TIME). So from the bottom of my heart, thank you for all the support. I have met some of the most incredible people through TiC and I cherish every single one of you. I feel so emotional posting this, but you all finally deserve the second part to probably the most angsty piece I have ever written (and will ever write omg). So, please enjoy the second and final installment to Trouble in Canada :)
THANK YA TO MY LOVELY @whitechocolateperfection for reading over this and giving me confidence :) you’re the best and i love you a whole lot
Those four words held a weight so heavy that you lost your grip on your tea. Your mug dropped to the floor, shattering in pieces and tea spilling all over the hardwood floor. You immediately went to pick up the broken pieces. On your knees, you picked up the shards of glass as Shawn was stood in the same exact position; not moving a single bone in his body to help you.
Collecting all the tiny shards in your hand you swiftly moved past Shawn to go throw the pieces out in the kitchen. You opened the trash bin, and right as you were about to throw out the broken mug, Shawn’s voice interrupted your movements, “Is that the mug I got you? The one from our first Valentine’s day together?”
Behind the Scenes of Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead (Part Two)
An excerpt from Benjamin Cook’s interview with Catherine from DWM #399
Later that day, in the breaks between scenes, Catherine, David Tennant, and various space-suited actors sit around a small table in the green room, playing the card game Switch, while River Song […] tackles the Daily Telegraph crossword. (“A large barrel? Three letters?” she wonders out loud. “KEG!” replies everyone within earshot.) Meanwhile, Catherine plays her Ace of Hearts, prompting David to exclaim, “Now, why would you want to do that?”
“Because I’m going to win,” she whoops. “Get in! One card left!”
“is that so?” David laughs. “Just sit still, missy. Sit still”
Afterwards, David sets the record straight: “Catherine gets too competitive,” he smiles, cheekily. “It blinds her - blinds her to the tactics. She gets overexcited. She needs to be a bit more cold-blooded. She needs to step back. She needs to breathe. She wasn’t winning. She was fighting a losing battle.”
“Was David claiming that he was the best?” chips in Catherine, surveying her co-star with an impish eye. “Well, he wasn’t the best. He’s deluded. I was the head of the leaderboard by a mile.“ The score sheet on the wall indicates that she’s beating David 13 games to ten.
“Can we step you back on set, please?” requests Dan Mumford, the First Assistant Director.
Catherine gasps. “But I’m about to win!”
“Sorry, you’re needed on set.”
She tries another tack: “Um… which set?” she asks, innocently.