Bollocks!
There was a body. It was him, it was definitely him. Molly Hooper laid him out.
Anonymous said:
how can you see which works you've given kudos to on ao3?

There’s no specific way in which to do so that I know of, except for trawling through your Ao3 history (found underneath the ‘My History’ page) or by bookmarking certain fics to return to later on. Sorry I can’t be of more help!

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If you really like someones blog, drop them a little message telling them.

If you see someone’s selfie and think they’re pretty, tell them.

If you see someone’s having a hard time or a crappy day, inbox them telling them how much you appreciate it.

If someone posts a cool edit, tell them how awesome it is.

Sharing a little love around the fam isn’t hard and doesn’t take much, but it has a lovely affect and there’s no better feeling that making someone smile. :)

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higherfunction:

ENIGMA

Enigma allowed an operator to type in a message, then scramble it by using three to five notched wheels, or rotors, which displayed different letters of the alphabet. The receiver needed to know the exact settings of these rotors in order to reconstitute the coded text. Over the years the basic machine became more complicated as German code experts added plugs with electronic circuits.

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orphanblack:

thefishinthepercolator:

Orphan Black Poster by Me

Proof once again that Orphan Black fan artists are the best fan artists.
More #CloneClub art here.

orphanblack:

thefishinthepercolator:

Orphan Black Poster by Me

Proof once again that Orphan Black fan artists are the best fan artists.

More #CloneClub art here.

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Ooh ooh, writing meme! C, F, N, S, V

Aha, thank you very much!

C: Who is your favourite character of your own? Who is your favourite character created by somebody else? Why?

My favourite original character has to be Dylan, from this sci-fi series I’m writing for my last year in university. The logline/slogan for this sci-fi series is “In a world ruled by gender roles, a broken woman is soon unwillingly drawn into a revolution and must decide who she really is”. Dylan is the protagonist, and I love her because despite the fact that she’s very quiet and very broken down in terms of spirit, she’s got this fire within her and she’s got an extremely definite moral centre and a really strong sense of justice, which is all hidden in the beginning but is soon drawn out by the events of the story.

My favourite character created by somebody else changes all the time, but Molly Hooper is forever in my Top 5. I know people say she’s the most relatable character on Sherlock and that’s why people love her, but I don’t actually think that way? I don’t know if it’s the same for other people, but I actually relate more to the eponymous consulting detective and Mary Morstan. My love for Molly works both on a narrative level and an aspirational level. I love her development in the show thus far and I love her potential, and I love her because many of the personality traits she has (steadfast loyalty, sense of self) are ones I really admire. To put it simply, Molly Hooper—especially s3 Molly—is the woman I would like to be, not the woman I am. I’m more a mixture of Sherlock and Mary, if I’m honest.

F: What’s your favourite book? Favourite author?

My favourite book is Pride and Prejudice, and my favourite author is Jane Austen. Her prose is light and witty and stung with social commentary, so I’m completely in love with it, obviously.

N: Which writing blogs and writing help blogs do you follow?

fixyourwritinghabits is the main one I follow, and is incredibly helpful in terms of research, when my own meagre Googling skills bring up nothing.

S: Would you let a stranger off the streets read your first drafts?

No, no way! I’m anxious enough when I show my first drafts to my friends and family. If it was a stranger who was paying me to show them my first drafts though (let’s say, a television or film producer), I’d happily do so.

V: What do you listen to when you write?

Film soundtracks, mostly. It’s why my iPhone is filled to the brim with them. However, if I’m feeling particularly uninspired on a particular story, I’ll make up playlists for it to try and help me write.

Send me a letter!

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Reblog If You Are A Writer Of Any Kind And Want To Be Asked These Questions

askboxmemes:

A: What do you write?  Fanfiction, original fiction, nonfiction, articles, songs, poems, essays, plays, what?

B: How often do you write?

C: Who is your favorite character of your own?  Who is your favorite character created by somebody else?  Why?

D: If you had the choice of going without writing forever or going without dinner forever, which one would you choose?

E: Have you ever participated in National Novel Writing Month or any of its variations?

F: What’s your favorite book? Favorite author?

G: What’s your least favorite book?  Least favorite author?

H: How long have you been writing?

I: What grades do you/did you get in English class?

J: What does writing mean to you?

K: Share an old, embarrassing work?

L: What advice would you give to other writers?

M: How do you feel when somebody gives harsh yet constructive criticism?

N: Which writing blogs and writing help blogs do you follow?

O: What motivates you to write?

P: What are your goals for things to happen to your writing? (Getting published, getting a good review, having a fandom, etc)

Q: How do you get through writer’s block?

R: What genre do you write in?

S: Would you let a stranger off the streets read your first drafts?

T: What’s your favorite part of the writing process?  Why?

U: What’s your least favorite part of the writing process?  Why?

V: What do you listen to when you write?

W: What’s your biggest pet peeve in writing?

X: (Leave a prompt in the person’s ask box)

Y: How would you describe the perfect prose?  How would you describe your own prose?

Z: How often do you read?

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When Dothraki are defeated in combat, they cut off their braids so the whole world can see their shame. Khal Drogo has never been defeated. He’s a savage, of course, but one of the finest killers alive. And you will be his Queen.

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It’s said he’ll talk to a wanderer. To the man without a home.

It’s said he’ll talk to a wanderer. To the man without a home.

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Just finished Orphan Black seasons 1 + 2. I am emotionally compromised. Jesus, fuck. That ending. What the fuck do I do now?

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