part time student, full time fangirl:... →
thebrotherswinchester: man can we collectively join together to change the name of “watersports” to something a little less misleading i remember the first time i saw that in the description of a fic i was like “so what, do the characters go to a waterpark or something? kinda weird that…
❝Because someone needs to tell Iron Man and Captain America when they’re wrong.❞...– Marvel’s creative talent on why Hawkeye is one of their “Top 5 Avengers” (via fuckyeahavengingarcher)
Reporter: So, why do you write these strong female characters?
Joss Whedon: Because you're still asking me that question.
Book club with authors
Suzanne Collins: "Finnick and Annie returned to district 4 and had a child togeth-"
JK Rowling: No no no! What are you doing, you can't let that character live. You have to be ruthless. You have to rip out the reader's heart.
Suzanne Collins: But he really doesn't need to die
JK Rowling: DO YOU WANT A BEST SELLER?!
Suzanne Collins: Yes bu-
JK Rowling: THEN KILL HIM
Stephenie Meyer: Hey Jo maybe you could help me with breaking daw-
JK Rowling: Be quiet Stephenie
It saddens me to see girls proudly declaring they’re not like other girls –...– “I’m not like the other girls”, Claudia Gray (via cybership)
no, go away.: And I don’t understand people who... →
notreallykira: And I don’t understand people who hate on Sansa. I mean, I guess I do, because there’s a bizarre standard where women in sci-fi/fantasy have to be STRONG FEMALE CHARACTERS, meaning they have to be Arya and Brienne rather than Sansa or Catelyn. High-born girls and women in the ASOIAF universe…
Even in the 15th century he manages to find a...
reluctantfangirl: You. Perfect human being. Bastard.
Brienne’s story is an adaptation of a traditionally male narrative, one that...– “There Are No True Knights: Brienne of Tarth” @ Feminist Fiction (via tallandhomely)
If there was a school for writers
How to torture/kill in the saddest ways your favourite characters - with Suzanne Collins.
How to be a complete troll about your plot - with Rick Riordan.
How to be the most cruel, harsh, sadist and violent writer on Earth - with Michael Grant.
How to give your characters the most revolting and traumatic past - with J. K. Rowling.
How to ascend from a funcking fanfiction writer to a fucking best-seller writer - with Cassandra Clare.
How to have the mad and non-sense ideas to books, but make them best-sellers - with Scott Westerfeld.
How to be a boss - with Neil Gaiman.
How to have the best and most creative narrative of the books - with Markus Zusak.
How to write teenage stories without being disgusting - with Meg Cabot.
How to create characters so human that you believe they are real - with John Green.
How to break your reader's mind and heart in 5,000 different ways - with James Dashner
Why is there very little utility to women’s clothing? Why don’t we get pockets...– Kara, “The Feminist and the Handbag” (via sasslock) This. (via lovingmyselfishard)