In case of being swallowed by a wolf, always bring a good book and a pillow and a blanket. Nothing in this world lasts forever. Certainly not wolves. ~ Sasha Fletcher

life goal: become the neighbourhood witch


But okay a Buffy the Vampire Slayer/The 100 crossover

In which Octavia is called as the Slayer, and at first she doesn’t believe it, because who the hell would believe that

But then her boyfriend Atom gets killed by a vampire, and she promptly starts freaking out

And not long after that, she just gets freaking angry because no she did get through years of homeschooling only to finally attend a real high school and have to put up with this

And Clarke, the “school nurse,” as her watcher who tries to be practical and logical but ends up caring too much about Octavia anyway

And Bellamy as the non-superpowered, overprotective older brother who figures out that something is up pretty damn fast (subtly thy name is not Octavia Blake) and wants to know who the hell this annoyingly gorgeous woman is who has his little sister chasing monsters and coming home with bloodstained jeans

Bellamy and Clarke reluctantly teaming up to protect Octavia

Octavia falling in love with a brooding misfit vampire with a soul named Lincoln

Okay I’ll shut up now, I’m just rewatching Buffy and wow I forgot how much I love vampire slayer AUs

Part 2 : IGN exclusive clip: Clarke meets President Wallace


#be cool Steve be cool#act casual#you can do this#it’s just a random dude you picked up in a park#ask him if he wants to see another national monument later#wait no#FUCK#goddamn it#this is his WORK you can’t just SAY that here#shit shit shit#he’s so cute fuck




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If I were really really ridiculously wealthy, I wouldn’t buy a mansion, just tiny apartments in every city I love.
Don’t share work-in-progress with non-writers. Indeed, don’t even discuss it. Think of work-in-progress as an egg around which the shell has not yet hardened. I told my wonderful husband, a newspaper editor, my idea for a scene I wanted to write. ‘It sounds like a cliché to me,’ he said. I winced—but as an editor on a daily deadline, his job is to derail weak ideas before they waste anyone’s time. As a fiction writer, mine is to trust my ideas, follow them around dark corners and see what turns up. Thankfully, I wrote my scene. The story won a prize that took me to Russia, ran in a top literary magazine, and was published in my first book.


'no love in your violence'


girls fighting evil: peter pan

to die would be an awfully big adventure

(hook thinks she’s a villain, wendy thinks she’s a savior. she’s not really interested in being either- let’s just have fun!)

You’re up, Dagger.

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