surgery-ongrape  asked:

Who are some good black woman writers to follow?

Where do I start? Here’s a few off of the top of my head.

@uhlxisback (I forget her new writing blog atm)

@killmoncoochie

@ljs-writing

@thehomierobbstark (one shots are 🔥get on her tag list)

@princesskillmonger

@supersizemeplz

@erikismybitch (her drillmonger series? 👌🏾)

@hearteyes-for-killmonger

@killmongersgurl

@sweettea-and-honeybutter

@black-mcu-imagines

And a much of others that I can’t think oof right now it I will update as I think of them

You can also follow @theblackandgold-series which is a series that I and some other talented ladies have started to write about Erik from BP and Trevante Rhodes’ character from “Moonlight”

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I think about love on a scale from 1 to 10. Most of us find a 6 or 7, and that’s why we have divorce. It’s the truth. We settle for that 6 or 7. But I like to think Kevin is Chiron’s 10. He’s found that and he realizes that there’s no reason to settle for a 6 or a 7 because, “I know this person is my 10. Whether or not this person believes I’m his 10, I’m going to devote my life to this person entirely.” That’s why the line where he says, “You’re the only man that’s ever touched me,” for me, was the most amazing, most beautiful thing I’ve seen in cinema, period. Because that’s what we strive for as people, to find that one person because they’re there. If Kevin doesn’t feel that they should be together, Chiron is just going to die a miserable person because that’s his person and he won’t settle for anything else. But I like to think they’re together, walking in Central Park hand-in-hand when they’re 90 years old. - Trevante Rhodes

Moonlight (2016, dir. Barry Jenkins)