Should i move my original fiction off my hodge podge of a main?? I feel like posting whatever-the-hell fandom and other bs all the time might drive people away when they’re coming to read original fiction. Is that a thing?
Y'all realize you can dislike something/someone just cause it doesn’t vibe with you, right? Like doing 726382847282377 hours of research to make things look problematic and telling other people that they’re bad for liking it isn’t necessary at all
i finished my book. it’s a story about my sestras. i call it orphan black.my story is an embroidery with many beginnings and no end. but i will start with the thread of my sestra, sarah, who stepped off a train one day and met herself.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from fanfiction, it’s that if you happen to find yourself falling in love with two people simultaneously, you should never downplay your feelings about one in front of the other, due to the surprisingly likely coincidence that one of them happens to be the other one in disguise.
why can’t girls just be nice to one another? like fr???? I see so many girls bringing other girls down. honey you are NOT a “cake face,” a “hoe,” a “bitch,” or a “skank” for wearing the clothes you like or the makeup that makes you feel beautiful! post selfies! tell other girls you like their lipstick! start loving yourself and others! and I’m not just talking about white cis girls. ALL WOMEN NEED TO START RESPECTING EACHOTHER. I can not tell you how many times I’ve been called a bitch or a slut just for wearing clothes I think are cute! honestly I am tired of all the women on women hatred. every time I see a girl I try to compliment her! a simple, “I love your hair!” or, “cute shirt!” goes a LONG way! let’s stop hating eachother and ourselves please. ladies you are ALL beautiful! WOC, trans women, everyone!
Hispanic/Latino Jane Austen Castings: Pride & Prejudice “Es una verdad universalmente reconocida que al hombre soltero, poseedor de fortuna cuantiosa, le hace falta c a s a r s e .” A scheming, meddling mother. An out of control little sister determined to be a model at all costs. A best friend married to the most ridiculous man she’s ever known. Her favorite sister, Jane, about to leave and start her fashion career. The handsome Wickham determined to charm her. How is Lizzie supposed to also handle her mother’s schemes to see Jane married to the first man with money who looks her way? Oh, and then there’s his infuriating best friend…