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anonymous asked:

For the OTP challenge thing: Number 15 (so hard to decide) RivaEre, please? Thanks a lot! <3

((send me a number and get some v sloppy and low quality smut hhhhh sorry)) 

#15 - sweet and passionate

“Look at you, so adorable,” Levi coos, his eyes full of fondness as he cradles Eren’s face in his hands. “My little darling, I’m gonna eat you up.”

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anonymous asked:

top 5 sterek fics + top 5 fanarts

See, and I was already doubtful in my tags that I knew the answers, which turned out to be dead fuggin’ on, but here’s what, um, I think they are (and these are going to be boring as hell because I feel like everyone in the world has read them.  ALSO, FUCK THIS IS HARD, FUCK FUCK FUCK, so I’m going with what I reread the absolute most):

  1. Not Like Bond & Moneypenny by WhoNatural / howlnatural, hahaha, I’m at the point with it where I could probably quote it from memory.  SHUT UP, I’M NOT SAD, YOU’RE SAD.
  2. Dating Backwards by RemainNameless / meechwoods, if I don’t know what I want to read and don’t feel like chancing anything new?  This is what I want to read.  Always.  There has never been a date or a time when I haven’t been intensely in love with and ready to re-devour this story.  Oh, and that it hasn’t hit me just as hard, which I’m pretty sure defies both physics and magic.  It’s outside the realm of all realities, okay.
  3. Cool Story Bro by drunktuesdays / drunktuesdaze, IT WAS SO HARD TO CHOOSE, because sometimes I love Patterns of Intention more but, like, there’s Brad and he’s really speaking to me today and pining, woefully in love Derek and Stilinski twins and it may have been a HARD win but it was a win nonetheless.  Derek in this story though?  Do you ever cry because of Derek Hale?  Because I cry.
  4. My Heart Comes Tumbling Down by DevilDoll / devildoll, is there a more perfect fic by DevilDoll??  Possibly.  Seems likely even.  They jockey for position literally all the time always but maybe I’ve read this one the most?  Maybe?  I don’t know, this is my favorite author right here so there’s no wrong answer.  Right?  And I would sneak in another fic like I did for some of these other authors because I’m a cheater and if you tell me I can have five I’ll ask for sixteen, but it would legit just be their whole AO3 list and I’ve already got that linked under their name up there so…
  5. Spook: A Ghostly Love Story in Three Parts by zosofi / zosofi, because I open it all the time.  I open it when I have to slip out the door in three minutes, I open it like I have phantom fangirl hand and don’t realize what I’ve done until I’m ass-deep in this story again, I open it because I want more from it but also because it’s perfect.  Because I could live here but also because it’s the perfect vacation spot.  I open it more than Gravity’s Got Nothing on You and Just Act Normal, which I would’ve sworn I like better except this is always the one I pull up at three in the morning when I can’t sleep.  This one here, folks, this one hunts me down, sits on my chest and says, “NOW ,BITCH.”  And then we dance.

Top 5 fanarts?  Like, individual pieces?  I can’t do that because I’d try to pick a favorite from some of these uber talented people and then that would just lead to me listing everything they’ve ever done.  So… how ‘bout fanartists, I can do that, right?  OH MY GOD, MAYBE I CAN’T DO THAT EITHER.  PSA: I know FUCK ALL of how to talk about art.

  1. maichan808.  Um.  Crazy talented asshole right here.  Like, she’s an asshole, but it’s okay because… magic.  So much magic, all the magic.  She can jam so much emotion and reality into her art that there is no other explanation than that SHE JUST LIVES WITH DIFFERENT INNATE ABILITIES THAN US NORMIES.
  2. creaturexlll.  GAH!  There is just something about their style.  It’s all kinds of dark and gritty and there’s an ~unsafe quality to it that I love.  Plus they draw everything I’ve ever wanted, punk stuff, dark stuff, fantasy stuff and, uh, [coughs] Spideypool and Stargent stuff.
  3. f0x-meets-w0lf.  Their Sterek stoner AU series GIVES ME LIFE.  The style is so crisp, including the way it’s colored, plus hipster, tattooed, smoking things and yes, okay.
  4. hydrae.  I don’t know what it is about the way they art that just entrances me.  I spent a buttload of time on their blog after deciding, yes, definite fave because I JUST COULDN’T LEAVE.  And so many of the scenarios are fantastical but drawn in such a clean way that they all seem plausible somehow???  I do not know, I am bad at explaining… well, anything, but they make me want to be involved in everything they do.  Like, ‘oh, what are you drawing now?  The Wiggles fanart?  Yeah, I’ll need to get into that, HARDCORE into that,’ and the stuff they dream up makes me convinced that living in their brain for a bit would be EPIC.
  5. akimao.  I’ve bought prints of their art for emeraldawn and mine’s friendiversary (yes, we’re sad and amazing and shut up).  Like.  THAT’S HOW MUCH I LIKE IT.  That is how much.  I hate spending money, you do not understand - I will be forever poor in my mind and I am just not okay with parting with so much as a penny BECAUSE I WILL NEED THAT LATER WHEN I INEVITABLY GET ARRESTED OR FIRED OR NEED TO MAKE A GETAWAY ON A BOAT, but there’s something about the light and the dreamlike quality to some of their art, even harsher images are softened by their style like it’s all accidental how the colors and lines come together to form this gorgeous picture, and it just soothes my fucking soul, okay.

showgirlsteve asked:

I am getting so anxious about no sebstan set pictures what if bucky loses the arm or something

D: The only way I’d accept him losing the arm is if they do the scene from the Brubaker comic and his arm knocks out some SHIELD guys and crawls through a vent.

Because… COMICS!

Secrets in Hannah’s Diary

summary;; hannah writes down what she can’t say out loud

ship;; swarto

genre;; absolutely fluff

word count;; 1.0k

warnings;; none

a/n;; dedicated to all the swarto shippers who have stayed strong throughout this drought. *Hunger Games salute*

– syd


I wake up to her in the morning and it’s perfection.

And I know how cheesy it is to say that, diary, but it’s true. In the night I watch her lay down and see her blond hair spill over the covers like sunlight and then when I wake up in the morning and I see her, it isn’t like sunlight, no, it is sunlight. And it makes me wonder if I’m not actually gay, and I just only want her.

She can make a twenty minute time period change so drastically just by being there. I can stand alone at home and wonder what’s missing and she will walk in and I know, oh, I know. I don’t want to miss out on this any longer. She will be my future, as much as she is the present, and as she has certainly defined my past.

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what’s worse:

being so close to you after so many years
with nothing but thirteen feet and metal between us
not talking, not looking at each other
only to instantly drift apart again like the two intersecting lines on paper

or my mind playing tricks on me

—  i think i saw you today
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Innsmouth Nightmares, edited by Lois H. Gresh, PS Ppublishing, 2015. Cover art by Ben Baldwin, info: pspublishing.co.uk.

“This all-Innsmouth anthology features original stories by leading writers of weird fiction. If you think you’ve read everything possible about Innsmouth, then you’re in for a major treat because these stories are gems. Lavie Tidhar brings Truman Capote to Innsmouth to find the truth behind murder in Cold Blood, and John Shirley dishes up an explosive futuristic blast with a finale that will blow your mind. Laird Barron’s Innsmouth is pure technopunk with a mad scientist laboratory, a spook, and a tough-as-nuts heiress. Paul Kane’s jittery young woman is anxious to impress her future in-laws, and if you haven’t guessed, wedding bells aren’t exactly chiming. Tim Lebbon’s hero is lost at sea on a lifeboat driven by bizarre currents. William F. Nolan pops in with a bittersweet tale about a man who honeymoons in the wrong place, and S.T. Joshi supplies a thrilling novellete about Maxwell Gilman and the evils of humanity. Both Steve Rasnic Tem and John Langan write about vacations unlike any others, and it’s certainly no vacation when Nancy Kilpatrick’s heroine returns to Innsmouth to honor her dead mother’s wishes. Richard Gavin’s girl seeks her lost Daddy in Innsmouth, and Lisa Morton’s girl enters puberty, but the “change” isn’t what you think it is. Nancy Holder’s teenagers seek cool “hippie” gifts from Innsmouth–not with good results. Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. beautifully captures Innsmouth adolescent angst. The love-sopped fellow in James A. Moore’s tale should take a cue from the weird hag who runs the local diner, and he should run for the hills. But he doesn’t. Of course. Anyone in Innsmouth’s Marsh Care Facility should also run for the hills when Donald Tyson’s nurse shows up, but they don’t… of course. Also featured are great original stories by Wilum Pugmire, Tim Waggoner, Jonathan Thomas, and Jason V Brock. The anthology is rounded out with a powerful tale by Caitlin R. Kiernan.”

Contents:
Windows Underwater – John Shirley
Cold Blood – Lavie Tidhar
Fear Sun – Laird Barron
Thicker Than Water – Paul Kane
Strange Currents – Tim Lebbon
Mourning People – Nancy Kilpatrick
The Barnacle Daughter – Richard Gavin
Between the Pilings – Steve Rasnic Tem
The Imps of Innsmouth – Wilum H. Pugmire
The Open Mouth of Charybdis – John Langan
Water’s Edge – Tim Waggoner
Dark Waters – William F. Nolan
A Girl’s Life – Lisa Morton
The Sea Witch – James A. Moore
Brood – Jason V Brock
Gone to Doggerland – Jonathan Thomas
The Scent of the Hammer and the Feather – Joseph Pulver, Sr.
Baubles – Nancy Holder
The Waves Beckon – Donald Tyson
The Cats of River Street (1925) – Caitlín R. Kiernan
Some Kind of Mistake – S. T. Joshi

     "Jason.“

That was not a voice that Jason wanted to hear first thing on this particular morning. It was probably on the very top of the list of people and gods that he didn’t want to hear on this day. He kept his eyes closed and body relaxed, breaths even as possible while hoping that perhaps he was still dreaming and he’d wake up before anything else happened.

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