Easy for you to say, he thought back. You died brave in battle, storming the castle of a foe. I’m going to die a turncloak and a killer.
Okay, so today has been a pretty lukewarm day thus far, mostly because although I got some writing done, I didn’t get the writing I wanted to get done, done. A multitude of reasons for this, but it’s mostly the fact that whatever I write, for whichever story, I feel like I’m rapidly losing total faith in my writing skills.
I don’t know why, I just feel like I’m not as good as people make me out to be. I feel like my characterisation’s are all wrong, my descriptions are too weak or I rely too much on certain elements/tropes, and I basically feel like I’m just conning everyone. Soon, someone’s going to tap me on the shoulder and ask me to leave and let everyone else enjoy the party in peace, without my shitty fics clogging up the landscape.
'Tis a melancholy Eleanor we have here today.
Thranduil in the new bofa trailer please help me i am slayed (x)
A drawing of Hamlet's Ophelia, artist and date unknown.
THAT CHILD LOOKS LIKE SHERLOCKS SON. JUST LOOK AT HIS HAIR AND FACIAL STRUCTURE.
This kid in this episode was awesome.
Because kids in crime series are usually just there to be all doe-eyed and innocent and then have something traumatic happen to them. Because people think kids are frail and need to be protected from anything slightly unpleasant. Whereas in reality, kids love gruesome shit like this.
I cite this scene as a reason why Sherlock might actually be a surprisingly good parent.
I really loved this scene, because canonically, Sherlock is good with kids. In the books, Sherlock is portrayed dealing with his gang of Baker Street Irregulars, and it’s made clear that the children are quite fond of him, and he them.
kids // mgmt
You pick the insects off plants
No time to think of consequences
Martin Freeman as Richard III
Prints on Society 6
Took me a bit to finish this, real life is keeping me busy! C;
HTML quickie.Because Ialways forget -_-;;