1. Reblogged from: behemothblogging
  2. evilsupplyco:

    A blacksmith smiles with pride as the fire roars hotter. She picks up her hammer and taps a very specific rhythm on her anvil.

    The flames respond to the rhythm, growing taller or wider as smith and fire sync.

    The smith begins humming a song that was old when words were new and gets to work. She takes advantage of winter’s lingering chill.

    Reblogged from: evilsupplyco
  3. Ok, but think about the difference between playlists inspired your characters and playlists your characters would actually listen to.

  4. 
Beautiful contrast of hard and soft, light and dark, open and closed in Indonesia.

    Beautiful contrast of hard and soft, light and dark, open and closed in Indonesia.

    Reblogged from: mosaicstorm
  5. Co-author and I have decided that he is now Collaborator instead.  That means that I can write this to my heart’s context and not worry about anyone’s write’s block but my own and I can still get his help with all things demonic (it’s his Hell I’m working with).  This is so much better for both of us, and I feel so energized!  

  6. Hello, world.  Today my lovely morail, caducus, and I were talking about how the summery or tags of a fic can imply a story other than the one the fic tells (for example, the summery of a romance could, conceivably, make me imagine a mystery instead).  With this in mind, we’ve created Stories I Haven’t Read, a blog where we’ll be posting drabbles (sporadically) based on fic summaries, tag combinations, or interesting bit of the ta-da surrounding stories on the internet.  Click along for infrequent, but interesting experiments in the stories we make up out of limited information!

    Love,

    SQ

  7. caducus:

    saberquill:

    I FIXED THE POV ON THE SECOND CHAPTER.  HUSTON, WE HAVE CONSISTENT NARRATION.  EFF YEAH.

    COME IN, COME IN, CREW OF THE STARSHIP EXILES? EXILES, WE HEAR YOU LOUD AND CLEAR. CONGRATULATIONS. WE’RE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU DOWN HERE.

    Honored guests, this is why I have the best moiral.  :)

    I like the idea that books can be space craft.  I’m out here, exploring the new worlds, or just looking out with wonder at my beautiful home…

    I’m just glad I have reminders like this to keep me from getting lonely. 

    Reblogged from: caducus
  8. I FIXED THE POV ON THE SECOND CHAPTER.  HUSTON, WE HAVE CONSISTENT NARRATION.  EFF YEAH.

  9. HOW DO I MAKE THESE GUYS FRIENDS WHEN A FEW OF THEM HAVE VERY GOOD REASONS FOR WANTING TO KILL EACH OTHER.  Buuuuut my pacing is fixed, so that’s something.

  10. froideurs:

'Une passion pour Jeanne d'Arc'. Stella Tennant by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Paris, February 1994

    froideurs:

    'Une passion pour Jeanne d'Arc'. Stella Tennant by Paolo Roversi for Vogue Paris, February 1994

    Reblogged from: arabellesicardi
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