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Through dark and light I fight to be


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#you dapper motherfucker

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Care to dance Mrs. Gold?
I would love to.

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Doing the do with you know who

The greatest mystery of all time solved…What Neville forget to remember in that scene.

All of this is important.

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Goodbye friend.

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Fan fiction reviews


Imagine you have a coworker who likes to bake. Every week, they bring in a batch of delicious, homemade cookies and leave them in the break room. Next to the plate of cookies is a sign, “If you like my cookies, could you please just leave me a note and tell me what you like about them? The more feedback you leave about what you like, the more incentive I have to bake.” A hundred coworkers walk by and take a cookie. One person leaves a note. “Great cookies! Bake some more soon!”

The next week, once again there are cookies in the break room with the same sign. Once again a hundred people take a cookie and only one person leaves a note. “Nice! More soon!”

Week Three- Once again, a hundred people take a cookie. No one leaves a note.

Week Four- One hundred people take a cookie. No note.

Week Five- There are no cookies. Someone leaves a note. “Where are the cookies? I loved them. Please, please bake some cookies.”

Week Six- There are no cookies. Ten people leave notes. “I miss your cookies. They were my favorites. I loved the chocolate chips. My friend really liked the way you had almonds in the cranberry ones.”

Week Seven- Motivated by the wonderful notes, the baking coworker stays up late to bake the best batch of cookies they have ever made. That week, a hundred people take a cookie. No one leaves a note. 

The co-worker gives up baking for their colleagues.


Please, if you like the fan fiction that you are reading, let your authors know. Stories are abandoned for a myriad of reasons, but it is very, very hard to stay motivated when you receive no positive feedback. If there is a story that you like, whether it is a completed one or a work in progress, please leave an up-lifting comment or review. By doing so, you’re providing that writer with motivation to spend their time and energy creating more stories for you.

And that way, you both win!

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Presenting The Doctor Who Secret Santa Fanworks Exchange, hosted by kilodalton and fadewithfury =D

What is it? An anonymous fanworks exchange (fic, art, and gifs) done Secret Santa style, where you create an original fanwork for someone and receive one in return! It will cover all of Doctor Who (classic and new), including all characters, pairings, and ratings.

How do I sign up?

  • Reblog this post
  • Follow dwsecretsanta
  • Fill out this googledoc
  • Sign ups will be open via Googledoc until October 31, 2014 - you can sign up for any type of fanwork (fic, art, gif) and pairing(s) or characters you want to, and of course you can specify which pairings and fanwork type want to receive. Assignments will go out on Sunday, November 2, 2014.

Please post your fanworks from the beginning of December through to Christmas, and tag them with BOTH #dwsecretsanta as well as the name of the recipient, so we can reblog it here and so the recipient can see it and love it and reblog it too. Alternatively, you can submit them to dwsecretsanta. Ask Kilodalton or Fadewithfury if you have questions!

Thanks for participating - this will be fun!!! =)

Sign up here!

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When spoken word artist Brenna Twohy tells you that she is an unabashed devotee of all things “Potterotica” — erotic fiction based in the magical universe of Harry Potter — your response probably shouldn’t be that her taste is “unrealistic.” 

Watch her full monologue here. 

(Source: National Poetry Slam uploaded by Button Poetry)

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Emmett “BAMFing” Carver - Reaction Gifs x


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what really happened