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“We are trusting you,” Rising Fawn said. “We are trusting your words, your gifts.” “Are we?” Timpoochee shot a searing glance at Rising Fawn. “I’m not sure who to trust." Promise of Shaconage, Act 220: Not sure who to trust...

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• Last winter Ricky was just another gangly freshman hoping to fit in - or at least not get picked on - and maybe catch the attention of Becky Nance, a girl in his biology class. Now he is stuck in pirate land and trying to get back home.

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January 22nd, 2520. 1550 hours. McLean Hall, Western Elizabeth University, Forsyth, New Ontario.
  • *a group of students burst through the front doors of McLean Hall, escaping their recently ended classes into the icy, sub-zero weather*
  • Starkiller: *she comes out after the large mass, trickling into the midday sunlight with the last few* *wearing black leggings and a black shirt under a black denim jacket with a yellow beret on her head and a plaid blue scarf wrapped around her neck, Starkiller hugs her arms close to her body for warmth* *she walks down the sidewalk that straddles the front of the building, then turns right down a cement staircase, leading her towards the fountain at the center of campus*
  • *two long-haired men rush past her, their bags bobbing back and forth as they run*
  • Starkiller: *under her breath* “Watch out…” *she keeps walking, past Kilderan Hall and the Avery Business School Building, then the Liberal Arts Hall, through a group of band students, and up past the fountain in the center of campus, heading towards her apartment*
  • *a random girl, several centimeters taller than Starkiller with long dirty-blonde hair comes up on her left from the rear*
  • Random Girl: “Hey.”
  • Starkiller: *oblivious to the person talking to her*
  • Girl: “Hey! You!”
  • Starkiller: *without breaking her stride, Starkiller turns to look to her left at the girl*
  • Girl: “Hi!”
  • Starkiller: “Oh, um, hi.”
  • Girl: *she points to the yellow hat resting upon Starkiller’s violet hair* “I like your beret.”
  • Starkiller: “Oh, um, thanks.” *she smiles*
  • Girl: “And your hair. Your hair is cool too.”
  • Starkiller: *made happy by the compliments, her voice gets higher* “Oh, wow, thank you so much!”
  • Girl: “I keep wanting to come tell you that I love your hair.”
  • Starkiller: “Oh, damn, thanks.”
  • Girl: *smiles*
  • Starkiller: *she remembers that she is bad with faces, especially since she sits at the front of all of her classes, and so realizes she has probably seen this girl before in a class, but can’t place her* “Um…do I know you?”
  • Girl: *shakes her head* “No.”
  • Starkiller: *realizing that sounded incredibly rude* “Oh, uh-“
  • Girl: “No, I just see you walking around campus. I wanted to come and say ‘hi.’”
  • Starkiller: “Oh, awesome.” *she smiles* “What is your name?”
  • Girl: “Valora. Valora Juvela. You?”
  • Starkiller: “Starkiller. Just Starkiller.”
  • Valora Juvela: “That’s a nice name.”
  • Starkiller: “Thank you. Do you want to be friends?”
  • Valora: “I would like that very much.”
Thoughts on Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

This was one of those books that I could not put down but also tried to read slowly to savor every little juicy part of the story. I absolutely loved the different relationships between the characters, the way the plot thickened as it unfolded, and how every piece of the story was so intricately woven together. Each character had depth and dimension. I cried during the chapter about Mia’s past. The ending left me wondering what would happen next. Celeste Ng is such a beautiful writer and storyteller. I’m looking forward to the Hulu series!

i lay awake staring at the concentric rings floating just below my ceiling. i had never eaten three cups of coffee before in my life, and its effects were strange. the ticktock of the timeclock snapped sharply from the wall once per second forever. i lay awake staring and waiting for the batteries in the clock on the wall to finally die.

The First Step Forward 

by kg1507


Kara, Lena, and a Truth Seeker
Her fingers twitch as she unscrews the lid of the container in her hands, and when she reaches inside, the unmistakable octopus-like form of a Truth Seeker latches to her arm, its tentacles slowly climbing higher and higher until she is covered in the alien up to her shoulder. Kara looks at Lena once the creature stills.

“I want to tell you something.”

[Podfic of] two heroes are better than one

by carboncopies for were_duck


An audio recording of the work written by jazzfordshire.

Podfic length 00:55:50

“Kara – what’s gotten into you –“ She gasps, but Kara is insistent. The Supergirl crest is hard against her chest, and Kara’s hands move under Lena’s thighs to pick her up into what she knows is one of her favourite positions. She doesn’t even have time to move her legs before the office door opens. There’s a strangled squeak from the doorway, and when Lena manages to disengage her lips to tell Jess that she’s busy, for god’s sake, she sees something that has her at a genuine loss for words.

Standing in the doorway is Kara, wearing the same slacks and sweatervest that she was wearing this morning, glasses on and holding a takeout bag in one hand.


Kara touches the harun-el. Lena has some ideas, most involving being the filling in a Kara sandwich. Kara and Supergirl conspire to make her dreams come true.

Book Review: A Bad Day in the Life of Sunshine by Darynda Jones


Sheriff Sunshine Vicram finds her cup o’ joe more than half full when the small village of Del Sol, New Mexico, becomes the center of national attention for a kidnapper on the loose.

Del Sol, New Mexico is known for three things: its fry-an-egg-on-the-cement summers, its strong cups of coffee—and a nationwide manhunt? Del Sol native Sunshine Vicram has returned to town as the elected sheriff–an election her adorably meddlesome parents entered her in–and she expects her biggest crime wave to involve an elderly flasher named Doug. But a teenage girl is missing, a kidnapper is on the loose, and all of it’s reminding Sunny why she left Del Sol in the first place. Add to that trouble at her daughter’s new school and a kidnapped prized rooster named Puff Daddy, and Sunshine has her hands full.

Enter sexy almost-old-flame Levi Ravinder and a hunky US Marshall, both elevens on a scale of one to blazing inferno, and the normally savvy sheriff is quickly in over her head. Now it’s up to Sunshine to juggle a few good hunky men, a not-so-nice kidnapping miscreant, and Doug the ever-pesky flasher. And they said coming home would be drama-free.


Rating: ★★★★★

I absolutely love the Charley Davidson series, so when I heard about Darynda Jones’ new book, I knew I just had to get my hands on it. At first, I wasn’t sure if this one would have everything that I love about her stories, but it did and more! 

We are introduced to Sunshine Vicram, who comes back to town with her daughter surprised to learn that she has been elected sheriff without her knowledge. With a missing teenage girl and other shenanigans happening in Del Sol, she has to put in her all to solve these issues. And of course there’s her long-time crush, Levi Ravinder, who’s been hiding some secrets of his own.

This book has become a new favorite of mine. The characters were so entertaining from the start, and the humor ever so present throughout the story. I loved the interactions between Sunshine and Levi, and I can’t wait to learn more about their past together. I wasn’t disappointed with this one at all, and I just wanted more. This was an amazing start to a new series, and I will definitely be reading the next book in the series as soon as I can. 


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BigBang Gangster AU. Heavily inspired by MADE era/trailer. Will be dark and bloody, so if that bothers you don’t read. <3

DISCLAIMER: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. I’m not affiliated with BigBang or YG Entertainment in any way.

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