…ᴀɴᴅ ᴡʜᴇɴ ʜɪsᴛᴏʀʏ ᴅɪᴅ ɴᴏᴛ ᴄᴏᴏᴘᴇʀᴀᴛᴇ﹐ ʜɪsᴛᴏʀʏ ᴡᴀs ᴄʜᴀɴɢᴇᴅ.
I only have 4 chapters left to revise
[stares blankly into the distance]
[thinks about revising chapter 32 for the second time this year]
[continues to think about what I’m planning to add to chapter 32]
can confirm, cara and kahlan stuff was excellent
^^ i reaally need to rewatch i haven’t enjoyed good campy high fantasy in too long.
lady-mephisto сказал(а): does this mean he got better bc i peaced out after the ep where kills a ladyseeker or several (1x10? 1x11?) and have been lowlevel regretting it ever since for reasons that begin and end with bridget regan’s existence
it has been a looong time since i watched season 2 but i’m pretty sure it got better bc Cara joins the party too so then it’s former Mord Sith antics as well and sO MUCH smouldering between Cara and Kahlan especially. actually you should probs watch season 2 for that like tread carefully bc i am not a completely trustworthy source with my terrible memory but the Cara and Kahlan stuff in 2 was excellent.
I “went to bed” two hours ago but now
I’m stuck in my own writing tag and I don’t want to write on my phone but mY LAPTOP is so fAR AWAY
max/fang was perf and also ari, little baby werewolf boy who was obsessed with her? ahhh, my heart. :’)
Ahhhh and the whole FLOCK and just it was so good there for that original trilogy so so so good
I have a plan. A long term plan. (A cunning plan?)
For now, I can tell you that you won’t see much of the characters from the trilogy in the first book of The Dregs, but you’ll certainly hear about them. The action takes place after the events in Ruin and Rising, and the repercussions of the Ravkan civil war are being felt around the world.
As for later books, see above re plan.
joons replied to your post: “sometimes i make iwannabeawinchester tell me the end of the Maximum…”:
oh my god i gave up after book … 4? but i still care about everyone, help
God I still think about Max and Fang A LOT but anything after book three is just not worth it at all.
No yeah like! I get not liking it and that’s fine (this post did a better job at explaining why I thought the end was appropriate and I’m on mobile so no pretty link (http://glitzandshadows.tumblr.com/post/93246975483/kimaracretak-there-is-also-a-difference-between) but yeah!) I totally get that. No there’s just been a SLEW of terrible “Mal is a misogynistic character and the ending is degrading to Alina and she has no character development” posts on my dash that erase her of her agency and choices and
And I became a ball of rage and red lipstick and had to say something about it (I usually just block and ignore but! I care so much about this trilogy so)
Because I feel like people are VASTLY missing the point by creating issues that ARENT THERE instead of just acknowledging that they just didn’t like it (which is what you did! Which is how it should be!)
Like I think critique is a GOOD THING but, you know, it’s gotta be valid and most of the R&R critique that gets on my dash just /isn’t.
Marissa Meyer and Leigh Bardugo :) #fiercereads #marissameyer #leighbardugo #barnesandnoble #thegrove #shadowandbone #cinder
I love this pic. Marissa looks so full of joy and kindness. And I look like I’m thinking about using my straw as a shiv.
i just wiki’d it and WHAT THE HELL
[stares off into the distance and takes a drag off a cigarette] this is what happens when an author lets the power go to his head