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I'm 27 (ancient, I know :) ). I love cats and crosstitching, movies and music and writing and writing and writing. My fandoms include Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Avengers, Teen Wolf, Star Trek, Torchwood, Psych, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Firefly/Serenity, Harry Potter...and various others. I mostly reblog other people's stuff. I swear like a sailor. Also I can be quite the sarcastic bitch. It's loads of fun around here!








I love this so much

This might be the best thing ever

That was a wild ride.

jesus christ

This was terrifying and informative. Thank you, William.

I enjoyed every fucking second of this

everything about this is perfect

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#i've got red in my queue 




I was not expecting this

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#i've got red in my queue  #frozen  #awesome 



I hate always seeing these all the time. [just 2. I know there’s more circulating]

Ironically most are made by women who want to “test” men out to see if they’ll “go gay”. There’s hate behind it. It’s petty.The only reason people do this (or “smash or pass” photos with trans women) is to get a rise of out people and get them to say extremes of transphobia and violence towards trans women.

Trans women being used as a punchline is so tired.

This is how you treat someone who is honest and open and you still get mad and wonder why some trans women live stealth and are afraid to live.


I didn’t get it until I read the caption and realized that she’s trans. I was like “What’s the fucking issue? That girl is hot af.” 

same here

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Captain America: the Winter Soldier - The Falcon [x]

#SAM WAS SO GREAT LET ME LIST SOME OF THE WAYS #fearlessly chatting with captain america; treating steve like a human being #recognizing something in steve that speaks to having a hard time adjusting to his situation #and bringing it up in a way that doesn’t put steve on the defensive or make it sound like something not perfectly normal #inviting him to a ptsd meeting without making it seem like he thinks steve needs therapy #or that therapy is something to be ashamed about needing #just so casual and so fucking cool #Sam will be your legs before you realize you can’t stand anymore #and he’ll never ever make that about him (via queenklu)

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#captain america: the winter soldier  #falcon  #SAM WAS FUCKING AWESOME!!  #sam wilson 

If you thought Agent Coulson was emotional this week, just wait until Tuesday’s all-new Marvel’s #AgentsofSHIELD.


If you thought Agent Coulson was emotional this week, just wait until Tuesday’s all-new Marvel’s #AgentsofSHIELD.

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"Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery."
Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

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Why do you still have a phone with a cord on the wall?
How did you know it was me?

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#clint barton  #kate bishop  #hawkeye 




Formatting your Manuscript

If you’re planning on one day turning your manuscript in to literary agents and publishing houses, you need to make sure it’s formatted correctly. In many cases, your manuscript will be skipped over if it isn’t done to industry standard, so here’s the basics that you’ll need if you don’t want to be ignored. Before I get started, please know that this is aimed specifically at fiction manuscripts. If you’re writing non-fiction or a memoir, the expectations will be different, so it would be wise to Google what you need.

The Basics

  • Make sure your font is 12 point Times New Roman, Courier New, or Arial. These are the only three fonts you are allowed to pick from.
  • Your spacing should be 1 inch on all sides of the text. This is the default on most word processors, but double check your settings just to be sure.
  • Your text should be double spaced.
  • All of your indentations must be a half inch. Do not press indent. Instead, drag over the top arrow on the ruler to have every new paragraph automatically indent.

The Title Page

  • The top left-hand corner of your title page will have all your personal information. They want to see your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, the novel’s genre, and word count.


  • Your novel’s title is allowed to be between 20-24 point font if you want. Bold is also an option, but not necessary.
  • The title will appear halfway down the title page.
  • “A novel by [your name]” will be about three quarters of the way down the page.

The Next Pages

  • If you have a dedication, it will be on its own page.
  • If you have some sort of verse or quote, those will also need their own pages.
  • Do not include a page for acknowledgements.

The Chapters

  • Chapter titles will be 12 point font. No bolding or italics.
  • Chapters will start from one quarter to halfway down the page.
  • An easy way to format chapter headings is to press enter five or six times
  • Make sure you always start your chapters the same way every time.
  • When you start a new chapter, make sure you use a page break to bump the new chapter onto a new page. This will keep it in place so that it will never budge, no matter how much you cut out or add to the previous chapter.

Page Numbers

  • Page numbers will start with 1 on Chapter 1 of your manuscript. Page numbers will not appear on the title page or dedication page.
  • Page 1 will be labeled in the footer of Chapter 1. It should be centered.
  • Page 2 will be in the header of the next page.
  • From page 2 onward, your headers will be labeled like this:


  • If you insert a section break after the title and dedication pages, it will make it easier to insert the page numbers.

For the most part, this is the most important of what you’ll need to know for formatting your manuscript. I used this video as reference, so I’m trusting everything it says is true because it was made by an author who has several novels published, and because it was uploaded this year, it should be up to date.

But just remember, whenever you go to turn in a manuscript, make sure you check the website of the agent or publisher you’re trying to contact. They might have specifications that differ with the ones stated in this video, and you should always do whatever you can to abide by what they want.

Reblogging aggressively. Some publishers will throw your manuscript into the slush pile or, worse, the trash if you don’t follow their desired format. Spec fic publishers are especially strict about manuscript formatting.

Also reblogging aggressively.

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I made this powerpoint for this week’s lesson - Regional/Iconic American Foods. I went back through and replaced all the text with my student’s reactions.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier | clip: ‘here to ask a favour’.

Fury’s face in the last gif tho

"this dumb mothertrucker wants tony stark to mingle with children

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#captain america: the winter soldier  #spoilers  #Nick Fury