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Bad writing is more than a matter of shit syntax and faulty observation; bad writing usually arises from a stubborn refusal to tell stories about what people actually do― to face the fact, let us say, that murderers sometimes help old ladies cross the street.
—Stephen King (via maxkirin)

youseemewheniwant replied to your post: I will reach the writing goal needed f…

#I’ve finally reached the smut hahahaha tho tbh i wrote all the cera/john scenes first.

It’s always so fulfilling when you get your bbs together xD (And, damn straight, those two are my jam <3 )

I will reach the writing goal needed for my i-reverse bang, I will, I will.

longlineofquitters:

fabien-w1nn1ng:

fabien-w1nn1ng:

castielliarmus:

THIS LEGIT LOOKS LIKE ONE OF THOSE STOCK PHOTOS OF TROUBLED COUPLES OMG

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‘this is like an erectile dysfunction ad’ 
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
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ok this post just got so much better i need to reblog again

areyoualliance:

‘She showed great grief, nevertheless with a great constancy and without tears.’

Lucrezia had loved her brother passionately: whether their relations had ever been incestuous or not, he was part of her and no man could ever replace him.

Lucrezia Borgia: Life, Love and Death in Renaissance Italy, Sarah Bradford

thatwetshirt:

same

vassilias:

MYTHOLOGY MEME  |  [5/9] GODS & GODDESSES » ARES

Ares was the god of courage, battle-lust, and warfare in greek mythology. He was born the son of Zeus and Hera, and was one of the twelve Olympians of the greek pantheon. He rides into battle upon his chariot with his sons Phobos (fear) and Deimos (terror), along with his sister and lover, Enyo (discord). He is considered to be the violent and terrifying aspect of warfare and is often depicted in battle scenes as a destructive force of power.

An ideal beauty according to the canon, with her gold curls and her snow-white skin. Her blonde-reddish hair is spread out on her shoulder. The texture of the skin and the expanse of the breast, just hidden from the viewer’s eye, the contrast between the light white fabric of the pleated camicia and the shiny silk brocade of the drape, are an invitation to the viewer.  ”Women in Italian Renaissance Art: Gender, Representation and Identity” *

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