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Hello. My name is Theresa but I go by other names. Most people call me Tess or Bubble but you guys can call me either or a different name if you have one. I am 17 years old and I don't have much of a life. I only go to school and church and those are the only times I'm out of the house, and therefore off the computer/tumblr. I like a ton of fandom as you can tell even if I may or may not have actually read, watched, or anything really with said series. I don't make many personal post but there may be the occasional one from time to time. There are a few days that a post will be made for my mom every year though and if you don't want to see it I suggest blocking the tag #rip mom so you don't see it. I would never be going into detail or anything about it that may cause anyone to be uncomfortable. I do have a request for anyone who follows me that I follow back. Could you please tag #cancer when it comes to a person who actually is sick with cancer or if it an extremely detailed thing to do with it. ESPECIALLY if it's some sort of post about a "cure" for it. Thank you in advance and also I'd love to talk to you all. I love getting to know you guys, you're all so sweet and it's great to make new friends.

ask965:

Companion consumed Jamie 30 minutes before a concert.

(Source: asknega965)

gundamdick:

thepioden:

hair-old-styles:

harrystyies:

What if oxygen is poisonous and it just takes 75-100 years to kill us?

My science teacher said he thinks that’s true actually

Yeah this is actually pretty much exactly what is going on. It’s why anti-oxidants are such a big deal. Bonus fact: oxygen oxidizes stuff in your cells or, in other words, it’s not toxic, just setting you on fire
very very slowly.

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Thursday, June 5, 2014

bottlecaptor:

spirographeme:

YOU KNOW WHAT I JUST REALIZED

DIRK’S CAPTCHALOGUE SYSTEM REQUIRES THAT HE RAPS TO TAKE THINGS OUT OF HIS SYLLADEX

SO THE ENTIRE TIME THAT HE WAS BEING BADASS TRAVERSING THROUGH TIME AND KISSING THE FUCK OUT OF EVERYONE

HE WAS RAPPING

PLEASE

(via muarada)


peetyemiebear:

Fun fact: back around this general time period, people’s home town or kingdom actually WAS their last name, so Hans really IS Hans of the Southern Isles.

Leonardo da Vinci was from a town in Italy called Vinci. 

(Source: potatowaaave, via youdonthavetohideyourspookyself)

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

avasdemon:

Happy Valentines Day everyone!! (well ALMOST valentines day) There were so many good entries!

These artists did an awesome job making valentines that I hope you can all use! (send them to your crushes for me, okay?)


bluhbluhhugedork:

bluhbluhhugedork:

“You never fucking taught me this shit”

A novel written by every student ever.

And the sequel

“you said this bullshit wasn’t on the test.”

(via muarada)

bad-w0lff:

freudian-slipped:

if you put a frog in boiling water, it will jump out.

if you put a frog in warm water and gradually turn up the heat until the water is boiling, the frog will remain there until it dies.

and that is an abusive relationship.

Holy shit.

(via pizza)

Saturday, May 31, 2014
How to Hook Your Readers

fictionwritingtips:

Writing a novel is hard, but writing a novel that hooks your readers is even more difficult. The hook might not be something we focus on during our first draft, but it’s something we need to keep in mind when we’re ready to revisit our stories. Is the story you’re trying to tell interesting? What do you hope your readers will like about it? How would you describe your novel to other people?

Your story needs to grab your readers right away, from the very beginning. Most readers won’t wait until several chapters in to get in the flow of your novel (it happens, but not very often). If your story is dragging at the beginning, the information you’re sharing probably isn’t necessary OR it could be told in a different way. Here are a few simple ways to hook your readers:

Get them curious.

Your readers must be interested in what’s going to happen next. A short first chapter with a cliffhanger at the end is an excellent way to start your novel. Obviously you can begin your novel in a variety of different ways, but if you’re looking to add some excitement that might be the way to do it. I’ve also learned over the years that ending each chapter with a little excitement will make your readers want to keep reading on. I remember when I was reading The Hunger Games I had to stop in the middle of chapters because the endings always forced me to continue. Consider these ideas for your novel.

Add conflict.

Going too long without any conflict will bore your readers. Your first few chapters should not be devoid of any conflict or problems. In order to amp up the excitement, shove us right into conflict. Make your protagonist face those things that they are afraid of and you’ll get your readers hooked. They’ll need to know what happens next.

Shock us.

What makes a novel exciting is the reader’s inability to guess what will happen next. Sure, they should know where the protagonist wants to go, but they should be surprised by how they get there. If you shock and surprise us, we’ll be more interested in what’s going to happen next. No one wants to read a predictable novel with no big twists and turns. Game of Thrones is so exciting because we literally have no idea what could happen next. Put your characters in harm’s way.

Make us feel something.

In order to really hook your audience, you need to make them feel something about your characters. Conflict doesn’t create tension or shock and surprise us unless we care about your characters. Let us in on your protagonist’s goals. Let us know what your protagonist cares about. Give us a reason to care about your main characters. People usually keep reading something because they want to know the fate of your characters. Make it worth their time.

-Kris Noel

(via thewritingcafe)

CAN YOU DRAW STEVEN'S LION.......

yummytomatoes:

THAT WAS MY FAVORITE EPISODE I WAS just talking to my brother about it and how much i wanted to draw it
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kingkamille:

shark comix

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squalll:

This is complete and utter art

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princesslibrarian:

you think you’re a better kisser than me??? you think you’re a better cuddler? come over here and prove it punk

(via saddeers)

creepyjirachi:

Kankrelats are dorks

incredible

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