Melissa Wilkinson, 23, St. Louis, hair bow enthusiast. More
I'm writing Gloves Off, a potential TV series about a city of superheroes and supervillains.
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Book: The Bone Doll's Twin by Lynn Flewelling
TV - Hannibal
Podcast - Welcome to Night Vale; Thrilling Adventure Hour; Dead Authors Podcast; SuperEgo; How Did This Get Made?; Comedy Bang Bang
"their mouths met and their tongUES DUELED FOR DOMINANCE. THE LOSER’S TONGUE WOULD BE SENT TO THE SHADOW REALM”
I spent way too long on this
oh my god
good transition words to use on your SAT essay:
- not to mention
So I was listening to the Night Vale episode “The Phone Call” and I heard this part again:
"A balaclava-clad man wearing a mitre, cloak, and a giant silver star, and speaking through a vocoder — you know, the man we all believe to be the Sheriff of Night Vale? — announced this morning that all citizens should prepare their town for war."
and I was like what even is a balaclava, so I looked it up
And I looked up what a mitre looks like and
So in conclusion:
This is the Night Vale Sheriff.
This is the leader of the Sheriff’s Secret Police.
why is this not the most important post in the night vale fandom
badass mermaid gangs who demand a stop to ocean pollution and warn ships about imminent storms
faeries of the forest jamming out to heavy metal in the dead of night and sighing because there are literally no band shirts in their size
wizards that travel with play groups and do the special effects
friendly people reading ghosts’ favorite books aloud to them since they can’t always affect the living world when they want to
dragons that allow little children ride on their backs and roast marshmallows for them if they ask politely
immortal elves obsessed with medical science because human lives are already too short
ahhhh is it okay if i reblog this?
yes!! i make things to share them :)
I was going to have this finished for Valentine’s Day and then for the 16th because that acts as Villaintine’s Day in the story and then it was Chelsea's birthday that same week and I hoped to finish it that day because she's been a great help in reading my stories for me but hahaha nope, writing is hard and this story took me almost three weeks to finish. But I did it!!
Parvola and Max create Arch City’s first holiday to celebrate villains and the day ends in tuxedos, face-touching, and casual poisoning. Read it here.