1. Archaeologists Hit Dirt Wall in Amphipolis Tomb →

    archaeologicalnews:

    Archaeologists attempting to reach the next chamber in the Amphipolis tomb have struck a wall of dirt. After cleaning and exposing the mosaic floor in the third chamber, it seems that entering the fourth chamber – or hallway – will take longer than expected.

    Removing the tons of earth that…

  2. Here are the women with ancient
    anger in their veins and the cruelty
    of a goddess in their hearts.

    You will beg before her, you
    will scream; but Hera never flinched
    from the words of a mortal,

    so why should she?

    Do not stand in her way.

    She will burn down your kingdoms,
    herself with it, if it meant
    your ruin.

    —  Medea /// (d.s)

  3. pieissupernatural:

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I just have a lot of writing tips and masterposts and just stuff in my likes and I decided to put them all into this. All rights goes to the people who made them.
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Writing Specific Characters
Writing References
Writing Masterpost
Character Guides
Writing Help for Writers
Ultimate Writing Resource List
Lots of RP Guides
Online Writing Resources
List of Websites to Help You Focus
Resources for Writing Bio’s
Helpful Links for Writing Help
General Writing Resources
Resources for Biography Writing
Mental Ilnesses/Disorders Guides
8 Words You Should Avoid While Writing
The Ultimate Writing Masterpost
General:
The Official Ten-Step Guide to Becoming the Next Gatsby
The Periodic Table of Storytelling
Joss Whedon’s Top 10 Writing Tips
Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone
34 Writing Tips that will make you a Better Writer
50 Free resources that will improve your writing skills
5 ways to get out of the comfort zone and become a stronger writer
10 ways to avoid Writing Insecurity
The Writer’s Guide to Overcoming Insecurity
The Difference Between Good Writers and Bad Writers
You’re Not Hemingway - Developing Your Own Style
7 Ways to use Brain Science to Hook Readers and Reel them In
8 Short Story Tips from Kurt Vonnegut
How to Show, Not Tell
5 Essential Story Ingredients
How to Write Fiction that grabs your readers from page one
Why research is important in writing
Make Your Reader Root for Your Main Character
Writing Ergonomics (Staying Comfortable Whilst Writing)
The Importance of Body Language
Fashion Terminology
All About Kissing
Genre Help: Romance
187 Mental Illnesses
Types of Mental Illness
Eye Color List
Spectral Groupings
Do you have trouble creating your titles?
On being a co-writer || Additional tips on effective co-writing 
The length of a chapter
How to deal with too many story ideas
On writing two stories simultaneously || a similar ask
When a story stops working
Copyright
Reading critically for writers
The question of outlining
Avoiding publishing scams
Finding story ideas
Tips on building a platform [guest blog]
How much does writing “in genre” matter?
What a “real writer” is
Pennames and aliases
A series of thoughts on series titles
The self-pub miniseries: the why
The self-pub miniseries: the what
Rewriting fanfiction into original fiction
Formatting long quotes and songs 
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Name Generators
Name Playground
Universal Mary Sue Litmus Test
Seven Common Character Types
Handling a Cast of Thousands Part 1 - Getting To Know Your Characters
Web Resources for Developing Characters
Building Fictional Characters
Fiction Writer’s Character Chart
Body Language Cheat
Body Language Reference Cheat
Tips for Writers: Body Language
Types of Crying
Body Language: Mirroring
Character Building Workshop
Tips for Characterization
Character Chart for Fiction Writers
Villains are people too but…
How to Write a Character Bible
Character Development Exercises
All Your Characters Talk the Same - And They’re Not A Hivemind!
Medieval Names Archive
Sympathy Without Saintliness
Family Echo (Family Tree Maker)
Behind The Name
100 Character Development Questions for Writers
Aether’s Character Development Worksheet
The 12 Common Archetypes
Six Types of Courageous Characters
Kazza’s List of Character Secrets - Part 1, Part 2
Creating Believable Characters With Personality
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Childishness
Emotional Detachment
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The Girl Next Door
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Sluts
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Witt
Body Language Cheat Sheet
Creating Fictional Characters Series
Three Ways to Avoid Lazy Character Description
7 Rules for Picking Names for Fictional Characters
Character Development Questionnaire
How to Create Fictional Characters
Character Name Resources
Character Development Template
Character Development Through Hobbies
Character Flaws List
10 Questions for Creating Believable Characters
Ari’s Archetype Series
How to Craft Compelling Characters
List of 200 Character Traits
Writing Characters of the Opposite Sex
Making Your Characters Likable
Do you really know your characters?
Character Development: Virtues
Character Development: Vices
Character Morality Alignment
List of Negative Personality Traits
List of Positive Personality Traits
List of Emotions - Positive
List of Emotions - Negative
Loon’s Character Development Series - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
Phobia List A-L (Part 1), M-Z (Part 2)
30 Day In Depth Character Development Meme
Words for Emotions based on Severity
Eight Bad Characters
High Level Description of the Sixteen Personality Types
How Not to Write Female Characters
Writing Female Characters
How to write empowering female characters
Why I write strong female characters
Red Flags for Female Characters Written by Men
Writing strong female characters
The Female Character Flowchart
Eight Heroine Archetypes
Eight Hero Archetypes
Help on picking character names
A tip about realistic characters
Strategies to create believable characters
Additional tips on writing PoC characters
Advice on writing genders
Creating unstable characters
Ambiguous Antagonists
A tidbit on psychological trauma [trigger warnings]
On writing accents
What makes characters stick with me
Sweetening up character description
Making an introverted character stand out
Conveying too much or too little character “inner reflection”
Revealing a character’s asexual orientation
Revealing a character’s gender & orientation
A habit of killing characters
When characters aren’t standing out
Breaking hearts with character deaths
Quick tips on expressing character 
Character development versus pacing 
A mini guide to character voice
A Description Resource
55 Words to Describe Someones Voice
Describing Skin Colors
Describing a Person: Adding Details
Emotions Vocabulary
90 Words For ‘Looks’
Be More Descriptive
Describe a Character’s Look Well
100 Words for Facial Expressions
To Show and Not To Tell
Words to Describe Facial Expressions
Describing Clothes
List of Actions
Tone, Feelings and Emotions
Writing A Vampire
Writing Pansexual Characters
Writing Characters on the Police Force
Writing Drunk Characters
Writing A Manipulative Character
Writing A Friends With Benefits Relationship
Writing A Natural Born Leader
Writing A Flirtatious Character
Writing A Nice Character
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Five Traits to Contribute to an Epic Villain
Writing Villains that Rock
Writing British Characters
How To Write A Character With A Baby
On Assassin Characters
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Heroin Use
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It’s Not What They Say…
Top 8 Tips for Writing Dialogue
Speaking of Dialogue
The Great Said Debate
He Said, She Said, Who Said What?
How to Write Dialogue Unique to Your Characters
Writing Dialogue: Go for Realistic, Not Real-Life
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Establishing The Right Point of View
How to Start Writing in the Third Person
The I Problem
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The literary “weak verb”
Do you have word tics?
Victoria’s Vitamins: vague descriptive words
Victoria’s Vitamins: mood
Breaking writing habits
Varying sentences
Describing colors
Sweetening up character description
Purple prose
Grammar is a tricksy thing
"Smartening" the language of your narrative
Building suspense and making readers sweat
A couple tips about description in fast-paced scenes
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The story of exposition
10 ways to hit your reader in the gut
Make your reader root for your main character
Make your reader hold their breath
What’s the big deal about intros?
A tip about description
The word count of your manuscript
Things that make me keep reading
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When to describe setting
Battling cliches
Is your story YA, NA, or adult?
When a plot isn’t strong enough to make a whole story
Flashbacks with multiple POVs
Bulking up your word count
Avoiding cliches
Conquer that opening line || response || discussion
Tips on revealing setting awesomely kind of
Deciding between different ideas for the same story 
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You’ve finished your manuscript! Now what?
Revision sucks but doesn’t have to suck
Where to find beta readers/critique partners
Tips on taking critique
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What to do with bad writing advice
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Five quick steps to get into revising that manuscript
When to say you’re done revising
Beginning the awesome journey of revision
Friends are not always the best readers 
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Writing A Novel Using the Snowflake Method
Effectively Outlining Your Novel
Conflict and Character Within Story Structure
Outlining Your Plot
Ideas, Plots and Using the Premise Sheets
How To Write A Novel
Creating Conflict and Sustaining Suspense
Plunge Right In…Into Your Story, That Is
Tips for Creating a Compelling Plot
36 (plus one) Dramatic Situations
The Evil Overlord Devises A Plot: Excerpt from Stupid Plot Tricks
Conflict Test
What is Conflict?
Monomyth
The Hero’s Journey: Summary of Steps
Outline Your Novel in Thirty Minutes
Plotting Without Fears
Novel Outlining 101
Writing The Perfect Scene
One-Page Plotting
The Great Swampy Middle
How Can You Know What Belongs In Your Book?
Create A Plot Outline in 8 Easy Steps
How to Organize and Develop Ideas for Your Novel
Create Structure in your novel using index cards
Choosing the best outline method for you
Hatch’s Plot Bank
Setting & Making Your Own World
Magical Word Builder’s Guide
I Love The End Of The World
World Building 101
The Art of Description: Eight Tips to Help Bring Your Settings to Life
Creating the Perfect Setting - Part 1
Creating a Believable World
Setting
Character and Setting Interactions
Maps Workshop - Developing the Fictional World Through Mapping
World Builders Project
How To Create Fantasy Worlds
Creating Fantasy and Science Fiction Worlds
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Tip Of My Tongue - Find the word you’re looking for
Write or Die - Stay motivated
Stay Focused - Tool for Chrome, lock yourself out of distracting websites
My Writing Nook - Online Text Editor, Free
Bubbl.us - Online Mind Map Application, Free
Family Echo - Online Family Tree Maker, Free
Freemind - Mind Map Application; Free; Windows, Mac, Linux, Portable
Xmind - Mind Map Application; Free; Windows, Mac, Linux, Portable
Liquid Story Binder - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free trial, $45.95; Windows, Portable
Scrivener - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free trial, $39.95; Mac
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yWriter - Novel Organization and Writing Application; free; Windows, Linux, portable
JDarkRoom - Minimalist Text Editing Application; free; Windows, Mac, Linux, portable
AutoRealm - Map Creation Application; free; Windows, Linux with Wine
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Editing Recipe
Cliche Finder
Revising Your Novel: Read What You’ve Written
Writing 101: Revising A Novel
20 Common Grammar Mistakes That (Almost) Everyone Makes
Synonyms for the Most Commonly Used Words of the English Language
Grammar Urban Legends
Words Instead of Walk (2)
Commonly Confused Adjectives
A Guide on Punctuation
Common Writing Mistakes
25 Synoms for ‘Expession’
How to: Avoid Misusing Variations of Words
Words to Keep Inside Your Pocket
The 13 Trickiest Grammar Hang-Ups
Other Ways to Say..
Proofreading
300+ Sophiscated and Underused Words
List of Misused Words
Words for Sex
100 Beautiful and Ugly Words
Words to Use More Often
Alternatives for ‘Smile’ or ‘Laugh’
Three Self Editing Tips
Words to Use Instead of ‘Walk’, ‘Said’, ‘Happy’ and ‘Sad’
Synonyms for Common Words
Alternatives for ‘Smile’
Transitional Words
The Many Faces and Meanings of ‘Said’
Synonyms for ‘Wrote’
A Case Of She Said, She Said
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*Story Spinner
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*Language is a Virus
*The Dabbling Mum
Quick Story Idea Generator
Solve Your Problems By Simply Saying Them Out Loud
Busting Your Writing Rut
Creative Acceleration: 11 Tips To Engineer A Productive Flow
Writing Inspiration, Or Sex on a Bicycle
The Seven Major Beginner Mistakes
Complete Your First Book with these 9 Simple Writing Habits
Free Association, Active Imagination, Twilight Imaging
Random Book Title Generator
Finishing Your Novel
Story Starters & Idea Generators
Words to Use More Often
How to: Cure Writer’s Block
Some Tips on Writer’s Block
Got Writer’s Block?
6 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block
Tips for Dealing With Writer’s Block
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Improve Your Writing Habits Now
5 Ways to Add Sparkle to Your Writing
Getting Over Roleplaying Insecurities
Improve Your Paras
Why the Right Word Choices Result in Better Writing
4 Ways To Have Confidence in Your Writing
Writing Better Than You Normally Do
How’s My Driving?
Motivation:
Backhanding procrastination
On habits and taking care of yourself || Response
More troubles with writing motivation
The inner critic and ways to fight it
The writing life is hard on us
For troubles with starting your story
Writing to be published
"You’re a writer, will you write this for me?"
Writing a story that’s doomed to suck
Writing stamina builds slowly
When depression goes and writing goes with it
Additional inner critic strategies
Tips on conquering NaNoWriMo (or any project, really)
You will change as a writer
Ways to keep writing while in school
13 quick tips when you’re starting your novel
First draft blues
Getting in your own way 
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How to: Make That Application Your Bitch
How to: Make Your App Better
How to: Submit a Flawless Audition
10 Tips for Applying
Para Sample Ideas
5 Tips on Writing an IC Para Sample
Writing an IC Sample Without Escaping From the Bio
How to: Create a Worthy IC Para Sample
How to: Write an Impressive Para Sample
How to: Lengthen Short Para’s
Prompts:
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Prompts List
Writing Prompts
Drabble Prompts
How to Get Into Character
Writing Challenges/Prompts
A Study in Writing Prompts for RPs
Para Prompts & Ideas
Writing Prompts for Journal Entries
A List of Para Starters

    pieissupernatural:

    MY WRITING MASTERPOST

    I just have a lot of writing tips and masterposts and just stuff in my likes and I decided to put them all into this. All rights goes to the people who made them.

    Cool Other Masterposts:

    General:

    Characters:

    Tips on Writing Dialogue:

    Tips on Writing Point of View:

    Style & Craft of Writing:

    Content:

    Revision:

    Plot, Structure, & Outline:

    Setting & Making Your Own World

    Helpful Tools & Software:

    Grammer & Revision:

    Creativity Boosters:

    Improvement:

    Motivation:

    Writing an Application:

    Prompts:

    (Source: madisonschultes)

  4. "He knew his power would belong to whomever made the kill. That was the way amplifiers worked. Never let them touch you. Because one touch was enough to reveal it, this gift lurking inside him. It was enough to make him less a boy than a prize.” (Leigh Bardugo, The Demon In The Wood)

  5. Lone Candles: Part Seven, the Heretic (Darkling x Alina, reincarnation!fic)

    gizkasparadise:

    Summary: They’ve lived ten lives together. Only one has ended happily.

    Warnings: This quick update brought to you by listening to Hozier on repeat.

    THIS IS THE DARKEST TIMELINE. No happy ending. Also there’s death. Death everywhere. And the Darkling does some seriously shady shit. This is a really dark chapter and straddles the rating line between PG-13 + R. AGAIN REALLY DARK.

    Notes: Heretic is finally over! Thanks for putting up with me writing what was essentially a story in a story :’D. As always, for the fabulous whenwolfsbaneblooms!

    Rating: Drifts towards R this section for violence
    Word Count: Too long :’| part 7 of 15

    @ tumblr: previous chapters

    @ ao3

    The Second Life: The Heretic (part v)

    xvii.

    Their army begins with a slow march. For the first six months, they are discrete: they train, Alina breaks prisoners out using her invisibility, and Zoya uses her social connections for funding, and more bodies fill their ranks.

    Their first public display is an accident.

    One day, Alina, Aleksander, and Ivan are walking from the theatre when they see something different in the public square that they cross every day to return home. It is winter once more, and fat clumps of snow fall from the sky, swirling around the space where, just months ago, there had been a dance.

    Instead there is now an execution block.

    A makeshift hangman’s platform has been built, surrounded by men dressed in grey. Aleksander thinks he can make out the bulbous mass of Dumanovsky among them. They form a circle around one figure, dressed in a soiled linen shift, too thin for the bitter of Kribirskian winter. From a distance, it is hard to make out the prisoner’s features, but as they walk closer he can make out a few things.

    The first is that her red hair is a shock of color in the grey streets of Kribirsk. The second is that her hands are bound at the wrist, and the third is that her eyes are covered with a blindfold.

     Ivan’s arm goes around Alina’s shoulders, “Executions are supposed to be done in Pravdovret,” he says tightly.

    Alina is silent in return, but Aleksander watches her eyes land and stay on the condemned prisoner. He looks at her again, and then realizes what it is about the Grisha that has Alina so rigid.

    The prisoner is a child. Thin, and small. She trembles as they push her up the stairs of the platform.

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    Genya!  That was an awesome choice, having Genya be a child Alina rescues as she did.

    Poor everyone:( Of course nothing joyous was going to come of the climax of the Heretic’s tale, but excellent writing to make it heart-wrenching even when the reader knows what’s coming.  Very well done.

    Baghra’s careful fingers brush back his hair and gather it into a loose ponytail, away from his face.

    ACK. That’s adorable, despite the overriding despair of the scene.  Ponytail.  But more seriously, I love how with that simple gesture, you pick up on their connection.  No matter how old you get, you’re always your mother’s baby when you’re not well.  (And she’s also always convinced you’re coming to vomit or snot your hair up when sick, no matter how long you’ve been an adult.)

    I can’t wait to see how Aleksander deals with running into the Grisha in their next incarnations.  This one was shocking enough for him, but when he starts seeing them yet again after all of this?  THAT will be an interesting day.

  6. Just not a fan of the remake of Halloween. Give me the original over that any day.

  7. Lone Candles: Part Six, the Heretic (Darkling/Alina reincarnation!fic)

    gizkasparadise:

    Summary: They’ve lived ten lives together. Only one has ended happily.

    Notes: Because I suck at brevity, this life is going to be one more and only one more part, sorry about that! Also the teaser scene I posted a while ago is going to be in the next chapter :3

    for the lovely whenwolfsbaneblooms!

    Rating: PG-13

    @ tumblr: previous chapters

    @ ao3

    The Second Life: The Heretic (part iv)

    xiii.

    They return to Alina’s house after the murders. 

    She is silent as Ivan makes them both tea, a heavy question in his eyes and a frown on his lips as he looks at the journals in Aleksander’s hands. Her face is pale as she eats supper, and when she is finished she retreats back into her room like a ghost fading into the walls.

    “What did you do,” Ivan spits out as soon as her bedroom door shuts.

    Aleksander stares at the journals. He trails his fingers over the bindings, in far better condition than the one in the chest. He closes his eyes, and behind them sees guards falling. Sees Alina splitting the nobleman in half.

    The answer is so very, very clear.

    “What was necessary.”

    Ivan doesn’t speak to him for three days. Alina doesn’t speak to anyone for two.

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    On Friday morning, I was at work at 6:30 for A Thing that needed to be done at such a loathsome time.  Sleepy, cold (turns out the new office building is not warm that early in the autumn, brrrr), and hungry.  I got done with the thing that needed done, checked on matters…and then stole away elsewhere for a wee bit to read this on my phone.  Salve, for cold mornings way too early at work. 

    Despite being sleepy, I think I managed to refrain from murmuring ‘mmmm, pancakes’ out loud though.  *stage whisper* It was a struggle.

    You’ve setup such an intriguing dynamic here.  If you’re ever keen to so, I’d love to hear more about the backgrounds of these incarnations.  What are Alina and Zoya’s stories, why is Ivan so angry (er, that is, before Aleksander showed up;)), how they got their gang together initially, etc.  It doesn’t need to be prose or anything, I’d just love to hear more about them.

    Even knowing what must inevitably come, it was wonderful reading the tale of how they came to build their army.

  8. bow so low: a grisha au fic - pt 5

    starforged:

    Title: Bow So Low

    Fandom: Grisha Trilogy

    Summary: Power is a greedy animal, all consuming and merciless. Alina thinks she can be the balance to the Darkling’s desires, but she is not immune to what is infinite. 

    Characters/Pairings: Alina Starkov, the Darkling, Nikolai Lantsov. Genya Safin. Alarkling, eventual Nikolina.

    Rating: The strong side of T bordering M for now. Warnings for death, violence, executions, blood, etc.

    Chapter Five: Trust

    One | Two | Three | Four

    Whole Story @ AO3

    i.

    Alina stared up at the dark canopy that covered her bed, as endless as the shadows that hounded her. The sheets clung to her body, the only thing she had to preserve any shred of modesty she had left. Nightmares again. She was alone, Aleksander’s side of the bed cold and empty. Still, her hand reached out to his side, fingers tangling into the sheets as if she could somehow summon his body back to her.

    Where had he gone?

    She closed her eyes, trying to banish the images imprinted on her lids, as if her mind was broadcasting them still.

    She dreamed of blood and shadows, of darkness that snaked in. She had watched with glee as the darkness slithered inside of Zoya and claimed her much as it had claimed Nikolai. Now, though, there was no satisfaction in that dream. A hollowness rang inside of her.

    She did not see herself as a traitor, but she was certainly starting to feel the weight of those words. Alina could understand why they would think that way. They didn’t understand what she was trying to do.

    Her eyes opened again.

    Slipping out of bed, Alina grabbed a dressing gown, wrapping it around herself before slipping into her boots. It was summer and warm, and she didn’t really care about who saw her. She waved off the oprichniki who had been settled outside of her door. They were not to follow her, even though she could see the hesitation in their faces at the order. The Darkling, after all, was their true master.

    Once, it would have been Tamar and Tolya outside of her door.

    Once, it would have been Mal.

    There was nobody on the grounds as she slipped from the Grand Palace into the Little Palace, from the Little Palace to the small hut near the lake. It was still abandoned, a stale scent hanging in the air from years of neglect. She sat in the chair next to the fireplace, the only light in the room coming from her skin.

    Alina wrapped her arms around herself, huddling over. She was waiting, she realized, for Baghra to return and tell her how foolish she was being.

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    I’ve really been enjoying this:D  There are so many different paths Alina could have gone down, if certain events were just slightly different.  It’s a great deal of fun reading the different interpretations and this one is fascinating.  Alina was so close to the edge of this one at points in the books.  You’ve done a wonderful job of illustrating how matters have fallen outside of the control she thought she had, while still leaving it believable that Alina herself doesn’t really realize it.

  9. Anonymous said: Why do you ship Darklina?

    gizkasparadise:

    ~*~*~BECAUSE CHIVALRY IS ALIVE AND WELL~*~*~

    Ahaha no just kidding. That’s a terrible thing to say with these two.

    Cut for R&R spoilers, probable profanity, and me talking way too long about fictional characters in a not very serious way:

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  10. People with dark souls have nothing but dark dreams. People with really dark souls do nothing but dream.

    — Haruki Murakami, Hear the Wind Sing (via wordsnquotes)