Sara. 20 year old child. Writes about sappy gay superheroes on command. Everything here is Avengers.


Those writers you think are masters of the craft aren’t created that way. They aren’t supernaturally capable ninja writer-bots. When you read the work of a writer operating at the top of her game, you’re not seeing all the years of failed efforts, of work that wasn’t quite right, of work that was well-intentioned or built off of strong ideas but had slick and wobbly legs like a newborn fawn.

You see the author operating at a high level and you wonder: why am I not doing that?

The reality is:

You’re only seeing the island, not the heap of volcanic material that pushed it out of the sea.

Anonymous asked
So I read your post about a/b/o verses and I'm considering using ite trope for a (non fan fiction) story I'm working on but I'm not sure if it would be weird? None of the characters are exactly human so I think it'd be fine but idk

It’s hard for me to say without knowing more about the story, but if you think it’ll work I’m sure it’ll turn out fine :)

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Favorite Female Characters: Miss America Chavez, Young Avengers (2013)

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flytoinfinityx replied to your post: beyond-these-colors said:Saraaaaa…


That’s so sweet, thank you! <3

ripp1eeffect replied to your post: beyond-these-colors said:Saraaaaa…

omg this is adorable! someone needs to draw this!!!

Aw, thank you! And it’s funny you say that, beyond-these-colors has already said she’s going to do some art for it :D