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(This is mainly a personal blog, but also occasionally a multiverse, post-Buffy RP blog. Open to threads from anyone, though if I'm unfamiliar with the character it may take some back story. Threading is infrequent due to lack of free time. May have NSFW, though it will be tagged. Mun and Muses are of age.)

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MY MAD FAT DIARY: A Masterpost 
Set in Stamford, Lincolnshire in 1996, My Mad Fat Diary follows the story of 16-year-old, 231 pound girl, Rae, who has just left a psychiatric hospital, where she has spent four months. She begins to reconnect with her best friend, Chloe, who is unaware of Rae’s mental health and body image problems, believing she was in France for the past four months. Rae attempts to keep this information from her while also trying to impress Chloe’s friends Izzy, Archie, Chop and Finn.
Series One
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Series Two
Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
I’ll update this post as the new episodes come out

UPDATED AS OF 10/03/14

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MY MAD FAT DIARY: A Masterpost

Set in Stamford, Lincolnshire in 1996, My Mad Fat Diary follows the story of 16-year-old, 231 pound girl, Rae, who has just left a psychiatric hospital, where she has spent four months. She begins to reconnect with her best friend, Chloe, who is unaware of Rae’s mental health and body image problems, believing she was in France for the past four months. Rae attempts to keep this information from her while also trying to impress Chloe’s friends Izzy, Archie, Chop and Finn.

Series One

Series Two

UPDATED AS OF 10/03/14

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      journal-of-a-man-of-letters:

      Entries 41 to 50 of Journal of a Man of Letters are now available as a custom PDF on Mediafire. Just follow THIS LINK to download the PDF.

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        11 Steps to Check Off Before Self-Publishing

        lettersandlight:

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        Curious about striking out on your own, and tackling the world of self-publishing? Miral Sattar, CEO of NaNoWriMo sponsor Bibliocrunch, shares her 11-step checklist for self-publishing success:

        Interested in self-publishing that NaNo novel you just spent all month…

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          mishasminions:

          NO BUT WHY ISN’T THE STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN A SLIDE

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          YOU MISSED AN OPPORTUNITY, SUPERNATURAL

          Reminds me of another gateway to an alternate dimension.

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            heyiwantyoutostay:

pls.
              Writing British Characters

              roleplaybookstore:

              People always assume that playing someone British is just learning the slang and how to speak correctly with the accent. Well, that isn’t entirely true.

              Tip No. 1: How to sound British.

              Of course you have to perfect how to sound British. Use these links to use the…

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                  17,975 plays

                  ever thought of calling when you’ve had a few?

                  'cause I always do

                  maybe I’m too busy being yours to fall for somebody new

                  now I’ve thought it through

                  crawling back to you

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                  plasmidfever:

                  Yee-haw it’s a supernatural giveaway

                  So, I’ve never done a giveaway before but I just moved and it really brought to light how much stuff I have that I don’t need or have any interest in; I figured someone on this site would find my trash to be treasure. Here’s what’s included:

                  - a big bad (and I mean BIG) Supernatural handbook/guide/whatever, “The Essential Supernatural: On the Road with Sam and Dean Winchester”. Basically this thing takes the show season by season and showers you in stills from the set, interviews with the cast and crew, and fun behind the scenes knowledge and lore. There’s also a foreword, and episode guide, some character (and actor) profiles, and some goodies taped to the pages (ones I hadn’t taken off when I originally got it.
                  The book came with loads of stuff taped to/inside of it, but most of it is gone. What’s here is pictured: some postcards with hotels from the show pictured on the front, a couple old school book posters (from the Supernatural series by Carver Edlund), and some….I’m not sure what those are. Small paper advertisements for whiskey?

                  - ONE OF THE POSTERS IS SIGNED BY JARED AND JENSEN. I do not have it on hand because I had to leave early from ChiCon and had a friend use my gold pass to have them sign the item. I will have it by the end of the giveaway to send off.

                  - a ukulele signed by Misha Collins. A weird thing to have, but there it is. It was a last minute prop for a photo op, but I don’t really play the uke anymore and if I wanted to restart, I can always pick one up again. Point is, I know someone out there wants a signed uke more than I do, and the picture is all that matters to me anymore.

                  So! There it is. Rules:

                  I’ll use an random number generator. Like and reblog as much or as little as you want, just be courteous to your followers. You don’t have to follow me, because I don’t actually post about the show anymore, so that would be mean of me to make you do.

                  Giveaway ends August 20th, in roughly a month. Maybe a little more? I haven’t looked at the calendar in a while.

                  Have fun, yo

                    causeiveturnedpro:

Here we go again with a new Art Assignment! This week, Fritz Haeg tasked us with making a rug out of old clothing. I happened to have a bag of shirts I was planning on donating, but they were donated to the cause of art instead.I cut as I went so I didn’t end up cutting shirts I didn’t need. I started out intending to rainbow out from the middle, but since I was missing yellow and green, this idea was scrapped.I got a fair ways before realizing I was making more of a bag than a rug, so I had to let out a lot of it and start over, adding more stitches this time around.When I was cutting the last few shirts, I got to one of my old University of Pennsylvania T’s that has the School of Arts and Sciences crest on it. It made me think about when I had purchased the shirt and all the memories at Penn, and I got kind of nostalgic and sad.I really looked at all of the shirts I was using, some of which I’d had for eight years. Each one has a story, either of when I got it, when I would wear it, or whom it reminded me of. The center shirt was one I used to wear on Christmas Day, and the orange one was my Samhain shirt for school after I started exploring Wicca. Two of the shirts were Beatles T’s that my step mom had gotten me for Christmas, and one of the blue one’s was a gift from my mother in law from her trip to Israel. Two of them were Penn shirts, another from when I worked at a bar in college, and all of them had had a purpose at one time.I realized that I was using objects from my past to create something for my future, and that’s how I like to live my life. All my choices build a foundation for who I am and what I do, including the bad choices. It made me realize that I’ve come farther than I thought, and I’m still moving forward. What was once clothing is now a very soft meditation rug.I really enjoyed this art assignment, and I hope you guys will give it a shot. Function meets art and yields a result of which you’ll be proud. Mine even rolls up into a perfect travel pillow!

                    causeiveturnedpro:

                    Here we go again with a new Art Assignment! This week, Fritz Haeg tasked us with making a rug out of old clothing. I happened to have a bag of shirts I was planning on donating, but they were donated to the cause of art instead.

                    image

                    I cut as I went so I didn’t end up cutting shirts I didn’t need. I started out intending to rainbow out from the middle, but since I was missing yellow and green, this idea was scrapped.

                    image

                    I got a fair ways before realizing I was making more of a bag than a rug, so I had to let out a lot of it and start over, adding more stitches this time around.

                    image

                    When I was cutting the last few shirts, I got to one of my old University of Pennsylvania T’s that has the School of Arts and Sciences crest on it. It made me think about when I had purchased the shirt and all the memories at Penn, and I got kind of nostalgic and sad.

                    image

                    I really looked at all of the shirts I was using, some of which I’d had for eight years. Each one has a story, either of when I got it, when I would wear it, or whom it reminded me of. The center shirt was one I used to wear on Christmas Day, and the orange one was my Samhain shirt for school after I started exploring Wicca. Two of the shirts were Beatles T’s that my step mom had gotten me for Christmas, and one of the blue one’s was a gift from my mother in law from her trip to Israel. Two of them were Penn shirts, another from when I worked at a bar in college, and all of them had had a purpose at one time.

                    image

                    I realized that I was using objects from my past to create something for my future, and that’s how I like to live my life. All my choices build a foundation for who I am and what I do, including the bad choices. It made me realize that I’ve come farther than I thought, and I’m still moving forward. What was once clothing is now a very soft meditation rug.

                    image

                    I really enjoyed this art assignment, and I hope you guys will give it a shot. Function meets art and yields a result of which you’ll be proud. Mine even rolls up into a perfect travel pillow!

                    image

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