wrong turn 3 left for dead

? if you were mine oo2 ?

NOTE: Okay, so this is the second chapter and things get a little… Steamy here. Oh and Randy makes another asshole appearance. I have never been good at writing out fight scenes, so forgive the hot mess that is this chapter’s fight scene.

No smut..yet… But the Alpha that you/reader is meant to be with is revealed here so yay!!!

&& if you missed part oo1, I got you, bbies!


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For those halloween binge horror fans.

Just a list of scary movies that get me into the halloween mood.

  1. The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
  2. The Hills Have Eyes 2 (2007)
  3. Wer (2013)
  4. Wrong Turn (2003)
  5. Wrong Turn 2: Dead End (2007)
  6. Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (2009)
  7. Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Begginings (2011)
  8. Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (2012)
  9. Halloween (1978)
  10. Halloween (2007)
  11. Halloween 2 (2009)
  12. House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
  13. The Devils Rejects (2005)
  14. Lords of Salem (2013)
  15. The Blair Witch Project (1999)
  16. V/H/S (2012)
  17. V/H/S 2 (2013)
  18. High Lane (2009)
  19. Torment (2013)
  20. You’re Next (2011)
  21. Wolf Creek (2005)
  22. Wolf Creek 2 (2013)
  23. The Strangers (2008)

hows that sound so far?

But where did I go wrong?
- A question that still runs in my mind when I’m clenching onto my blanket in the dead of the night as if holding on to whatever left of you// A question that haunts me at 3 PM when I’m trying to concentrate on the blurred words written on the board and murmurs going around everywhere// a question that strikes me when the shower is turned on and the waters touches my skin and it feels like it’s peeling off my skin// A question that will always be in my mind, 10 years down the road when you’ve long forgotten me.

I guess I really loved you after all// S.M

by @saniamushtaq123


There’s quite a few books coming out Tuesday (9/22)! Here are the new releases:

Ungodly (Goddess War #3) by Kendare Blake

For the Goddess of Wisdom, what Athena didn’t know could fill a book. That’s what Ares said. So she was wrong about some things. So the assault on Olympus left them beaten and scattered and possibly dead. So they have to fight the Fates themselves, who, it turns out, are the source of the gods’ illness. And sure, Athena is stuck in the underworld, holding the body of the only hero she has ever loved.

But Hermes is still topside, trying to power up Andie and Henry before he runs out of time and dies, or the Fates arrive to eat their faces. And Cassandra is up there somewhere too. On a quest for death. With the god of death. Just because things haven’t gone exactly according to plan, it doesn’t mean they’ve lost. They’ve only mostly lost. And there’s a big difference. [Image and summary via Goodreads]

Urban Tribes: Native Americans in the City edited by Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth

Young, urban Natives powerfully show how their culture and values can survive—and enrich—city life. Much of the popular discourse on Native Americans and Aboriginals focuses on reservation life. But the majority of Natives in North America live off the rez. How do they stay rooted to their culture? How do they connect with their community?

Urban Tribes offers unique insight into this growing and often misperceived group. Emotionally potent and visually arresting, the anthology profiles young urban Natives from across North America, exploring how they connect with Native culture and values in their contemporary lives. Their stories are as diverse as they are. From a young Dene woman pursuing a MBA at Stanford to a Pima photographer in Phoenix to a Mohawk actress in New York, these urban Natives share their unique perspectives to bridge the divide between their past and their future, their cultural home, and their adopted cities. [Image and summary via Goodreads]

The Unquiet by Mikaela Everett

For most of her life, Lirael has been training to kill—and replace—a duplicate version of herself on a parallel Earth. She is the perfect sleeper-soldier. But she’s beginning to suspect she is not a good person. Fans of eerily futuristic and beautifully crafted stories such as Never Let Me Go, Orphan Black, and Fringe will find themselves haunted by this unsettling debut.

The two Earths are identical in almost every way. Two copies of every city, every building, even every person. But the people from the second Earth know something their duplicates do not—two versions of the same thing cannot exist. They—and their whole planet—are slowly disappearing. Lira has been trained mercilessly since childhood to learn everything she can about her duplicate, to be a ruthless sleeper-assassin who kills that other Lirael and steps seamlessly into her life.  [Image and summary via Goodreads]

Sound (Salvage #2) by Alexandra Duncan

As a child, Ava’s adopted sister Miyole watched her mother take to the stars, piloting her own ship from Earth to space making deliveries. Now a teen herself, Miyole is finally living her dream as a research assistant on her very first space voyage. If she plays her cards right, she could even be given permission to conduct her own research and experiments in her own habitat lab on the flight home. But when her ship saves a rover that has been viciously attacked by looters and kidnappers, Miyole—along with a rescued rover girl named Cassia—embarks on a mission to rescue Cassia’s abducted brother, and that changes the course of Miyole’s life forever.  [Image and summary via Goodreads]

Juniors by Kaui Hart Hemmings

Lea Lane has lived in between all her life. Part Hawaiian, part Mainlander. Perpetual new girl at school. Hanging in the shadow of her actress mother’s spotlight. And now: new resident of the prominent West family’s guest cottage.

Bracing herself for the embarrassment of being her classmates’ latest charity case, Lea is surprised when she starts becoming friends with Will and Whitney West instead—or in the case of gorgeous, unattainable Will, possibly even more than friends. And despite their differences, Whitney and Lea have a lot in common: both are navigating a tangled web of relationships, past disappointments and future hopes. As things heat up with Will, and her friendship with Whitney deepens, Lea has to decide how much she’s willing to change in order to fit into their world. [Image and summary via Goodreads]

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Date A Journalism Major

Journalism majors are trained to be specific with words and critical with details. Dating one might actually test your patience by getting used to all the rants about things that relates to the problems of the whole world, or it might just simply turn you insane.

1. They are used to researching. One wrong move might put you into the depths of Tartarus. Stalking is a talent, but researching is a skill. If you combine these two together, you are left with no choice but to be honest.

2. They are very critical with details. If you miss something, you might never hear the end of it. They are trained in Journalism school to never miss a detail. So if you forget to greet her during her birthday, I suggest you play dead.

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