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useful links about the 50s/60s/70s for fanfiction/imagine writers!!

sodaspop:

slang:

  • 50s 
  • 60s
  • 70s (includes lots of phrases used by hippies)

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it’s good to be well-informed when writing fanfictions and such and i hope this helps u guys out!!!

crazyguz sent: Hey April!I'm so excited for Animazement!It actually starts on my birthday and I'm going as Fem!Sonic on Friday. When do you plan to go as Tails? I can't wait to see you and Zilla! :3

shi-gatsu-cosplay:

Hiii! :> Oh man i’m excited too! Really, that’s awesome! How old will you be? Originally me and missy wanted to do the thing on Saturday morning, but we’re down for Friday :> …i just hope missy finishes Cream in time ;w;

banya00:

centerfudge:

pokedrama:

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by
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짱긔여워어어어

Reblog if you are in one of this fandoms

cottoncanndie:

I noticed in all those fandoms post they miss many awesome fandoms, so reblog if you see your fandom here (if not, add it)

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Anonymous sent: In which Metalhead, despite being only a head now, is still barely alive after what happened after "Metalhead Rewired" (no one knows that fact) but is slowly dying so he uses the last of his fading power to tell Donatello his last words via text message :3

melty94:

textsfromturtles:

June, 5th

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“What the-” Donnie asked as he looked down at the strange message on his phone. It was all in binary, but it was nonsense. He scanned the message again, translating it into English in his head, but it just translated into gibberish. If someone was trying to send him a message, then the message must have been corrupted somehow, because it didn’t say anything coherent. His brain quickly ran through all the ciphers he knew, but still, nothing.

It was past three in the morning, but Donnie couldn’t go to bed knowing the mystery of the text would be in the back of his mind. Donnie used his computer to track the source of the text, but to his confusion, he found that the text had come from his own computer. Had someone hacked into his system?

His system?

No, that was impossible. His computer had the best security on the planet; he should know, he built it himself.

Had it been one if his brothers pulling a prank? Donnie dismissed that idea immediately. There was no way any of them were tech-savvy enough to pull something like this off. 

June 6th

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Donnie stared at the new texts in confusion. This time, the strange text was in English, but the source looked to be the same. He used his computer to track the texts, and sure enough, they originated from Donnie’s computer again. Confused, Donatello sent a message back.

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There was no reply.

June 8th

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Donatello stared at the message for a long while; a feeling of dread began to consume his chest.

It… it couldn’t be….

Could it?

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Once again, there was no reply.

Hesitantly, Donatello looked over to where he kept the last piece of Metalhead that survived. It was as lifeless as the day it was blasted back through the portal. All Metalhead’s systems were damaged, his AI was destroyed. There was no way…

And yet…

Donatello looked back at his phone. Maybe he could do a little more investigation. 

June 10th

Donatello ran a full diagnostic on the remaining pieces of Metalhead’s system. If there was a signal he was using to communicate through Donnie’s computer and into his phone, it was too weak or scrambled for Donatello to find it.

This time, Donatello decided to try something different. He would text Metalhead first. 

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Donatello clenched the phone tight in his trembling hands.

He had Metalhead back for just a few short seconds. He should have done something more. He should have figured out where the robot’s memories were being stored. He should have told Metalhead how much good he had done. He should have done something.

Donatello’s brain told him Metalhead’s last communication was nothing more than a ghost; the last of the robot’s programming telling him to report back to his creator. The AI chip had been destroyed. There was no way Metalhead could continue to think for himself.

Donatello closed his eyes, pushing back the tears that threatened to fall.

But no matter how tightly Dontallo closed his eyes, he could still see the last of Metalhead’s message. It was written in binary, but this time, the message was clear.

01001001 00100000 01100001 01101101 00100000 01110011 01100011 01100001 01110010 01100101 01100100

I’m scared.

Who said you could do this.

you-held-your-breath sent: i have an idea for a multi chapter fanfiction but i want to plan it the best i can, have any tips?

whataboutwriting:

  • Create a general plan. How you choose to plan your story is going to depend on what works better for you. Some people like to draw out diagrams, while others prefer to do it in bullet list form. Write down the events in sequence, without worrying about chapters or scenes just yet. Be concise, like “Character A talks to Character B.” It’s all about understanding the general structure of your story now.
  • Elaborate. Now, you’re going to develop the ideas you just put on paper. If possible, do this in a different paper sheet/word document/whatever platform you’re using. Now it’s the time where you are going to elaborate on that “Character A talks to Character B”. What do they say? Why do they need to talk? How does the conversation end and how does it begin? 
  • Break it down by chapters. Now it’s the time to break your ideas down and group them in chapters. There’s no specific rule as to when you should change chapter, but many famous authors have been known to end chapters with cliffhangers to make sure the reader will want to continue reading. This is really important in fanfiction, specially if you’re not going to be posting all chapters at the same time.
  • Break it down by scenes. If you don’t think you need more than one scene per chapter, just ignore this step. Chapters don’t need to have multiple scenes.
  • Read it over again. See if everything makes sense, if the sequence of events needs changing and/or if the overall idea fits your liking and the original idea you had for the story. This is when you edit your plan and make any hypothetically necessary adjustments.

For further reading on planning/outlining:

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - HandsThis is the first post about hands. Other posts about hands in the future will cover “hands in relationship to the body”, “different characters, different hands”, “expressive hands” and “hands touching things”. If you have suggestions for Tuesday Tips, write me a personal message.Norm