"Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery."

Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

Lol

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This explains sooo much of my creative writing curriculum in college.

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Tee hee

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fireun:

Why yes, I do go to book signings and professional panels with my Hawkguy shirt on.

Had a panel and signing at a con today. It was lovely. Spoke with excellent people. Sold some of the anthology I edited/published, signed/sold some of the anthology from DAW that a story of mine was in. Good day.

I am sad it did not make it into the picture, unforth, but the Monster Bag was present. As is Right and Proper.

dammit-clint:

rigastony:

I don’t think y’all understand

Yeah you got your Hiddlestoners and RDJ-ers and stuff and they all just kinda stand around and agree their guy is awesome

buT WE RENNER FANS

WE FUCKIN STICK TOGETHER

YOU’RE PROBABLY THINKIN RIGHT NOW LIKE “ah whatever Jeremy…

All these points are very valid. Very Valid.

suricattus:

Adult siblings, hashing over their respective shit… (or not). Plus, Castiel’s “seriously, Gabe? You’re bringing THAT up?” face in the third panel - priceless.  As a younger sibling, I can attest to that face.

But what got me in the gut was the interesting counterpoint to Dean and Sam…. rather than it being Michael and Lucifer they’re most like, maybe it’s Castiel and Gabriel? Two brothers who want the best for the other, who want the same things, but go about it in utterly different ways… and often disappoint and confuse each other because of it…but the love is always still there, and because of that, the worlds do not end.

Or maybe I’m rambling and making way too much of a stretch.  You decide.  :-)

Oi. That.

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I have recently developed a small Sebastian Stan problem. It is not quite as big as my Renner problem. Yet.

I have recently developed a small Sebastian Stan problem. It is not quite as big as my Renner problem. Yet.

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jenntalksnature:

One of my favorite skulls in my collection, this is a Reeves’ muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi).  I purchased this skull as is, I did not clean it myself.  The final photo is of a live, captive Reeves’ muntjac at a zoo.

Muntjacs are relatively small, primitive deer that have fang-like “tusks” (downward pointing canines), and trust me, they are sharp, sharper than the canines on all the carnivore skulls I have.  They also have small antlers that sit on characteristically long pedicles (the permanent outgrowths of the skull’s frontal bone from which antlers grow).  Males typically fight with their tusks, rather than their antlers.

There are 12 recognized species of muntjac deer, and one of the fascinating things about them as a group is their chromosome count.  Not only does the Indian muntjac (M. muntjak) have the smallest chromosome count of any mammal (males have a diploid number of 7 and females of 6 chromosomes), but the diploid number of chromosomes varies largely within the same genus; Reeves’ muntjacs have a diploid number of 46 chromosomes!  Because of this variation within the genus, muntjac genetics are widely studied.

I adore these deer!!

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thomaswillhiddles:

mrs-cucumberbachelor:

bones-get-that-thing-off-my-face:

three-patch-problem3:

ishouldntbeallowedoutinpublic:

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amhil-has-thoughts:

riddleswithtom:

hatalie:

9 has no time for your philosophizing.

nine is tired of your crap

Nine was the sassiest. 

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to scroll past this gifset without reblogging.

Can we also appreciate Rose please? She’s like his back up sassyness and being all “Bitch please, not today.”

is that simon pegg

yes. yes it is 

Scotty! Get your ass back on enterprise!

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potentiallypr0blematic:

I found this hilarious.

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awesomedigitalart:

Tam Lin by wylielise