the rawr that is emilehh

Well hello there. I'm Emily and here on my blog you shall find a veritable random mess of crap stemming from the beautiful madness that is the love of a hunter and his angel (I shall respect your ships but if you tell me I'm wrong, I shall cut you), the insanity that is oddly-popular tumblr posts, and considering I've started watching Teen Wolf, the love of a beautiful spaz and the werewolf that loves him but probably doesn't know why.

The fathead demands ice cream and attention.

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the feels during and after reading a book.


Night In The Maze by ribkaDory
Finally finished! :D Thomas from The Maze Runner, a scene from the first book (:
Don’t ask me why the beetle blade has so many legs


Night In The Maze by ribkaDory

Finally finished! :D Thomas from The Maze Runner, a scene from the first book (:

Don’t ask me why the beetle blade has so many legs



Turn the world into a complete pile of crap.

Just finished The Maze Runner and I watched the trailer…and almost nothing is how I pictured it. I can see Dylan O’Brien playing Thomas, kind of, but Teresa is nothing how I pictured her. I can see Newt cause I was definitely picturing something like him. Gally I was not picturing but he looks like he could be enough of a douche he could pull it off. The maze itself was nothing like I was picturing, I was thinking more of like the maze in the fourth Harry Potter movie. I’m really intrigued to see how they’re going to do the Grievers, since I’m just picturing them as these weird mealworm things mixed with robots. And I can’t decide if I’m excited for the movie or not. I’m definitely excited to get the second book though. If you’ve read it tell me what you think?


I find it interesting how dean always flips the blade up - ideal for attacking with an upwards blow, or from below. Cas, however, flips the blade down, ideal for attacking from above or with an overhanded blow. Different fighting styles for different lives; Dean clawing his way up from the bottom, Cas falling from on high.

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“Writing Advice: by Chuck Palahniuk

In six seconds, you’ll hate me.
But in six months, you’ll be a better writer.

From this point forward—at least for the next half year—you may not use “thought” verbs. These include: Thinks, Knows, Understands, Realizes, Believes, Wants, Remembers, Imagines, Desires, and a hundred others you love to use.

The list should also include: Loves and Hates.
And it should include: Is and Has, but we’ll get to those later.

Until some time around Christmas, you can’t write: Kenny wondered if Monica didn’t like him going out at night…”

Instead, you’ll have to Un-pack that to something like: “The
mornings after Kenny had stayed out, beyond the last bus, until he’d had to bum a ride or pay for a cab and got home to find Monica faking sleep, faking because she never slept that quiet, those mornings, she’d only put her own cup of coffee in the microwave. Never his.”

Instead of characters knowing anything, you must now present the details that allow the reader to know them. Instead of a character wanting something, you must now describe the thing so that the reader wants it.

Instead of saying: “Adam knew Gwen liked him.” You’ll have to say: “Between classes, Gwen had always leaned on his locker when he’d go to open it. She’s roll her eyes and shove off with one foot, leaving a black-heel mark on the painted metal, but she also left the smell of her perfume. The combination lock would still be warm from her butt. And the next break, Gwen would be leaned there, again.”

In short, no more short-cuts. Only specific sensory detail: action, smell, taste, sound, and feeling.

Typically, writers use these “thought” verbs at the beginning of a paragraph (In this form, you can call them “Thesis Statements” and I’ll rail against those, later). In a way, they state the intention of the paragraph. And what follows, illustrates them.

For example:
“Brenda knew she’d never make the deadline. was backed up from the bridge, past the first eight or nine exits. Her cell phone battery was dead. At home, the dogs would need to go out, or there would be a mess to clean up. Plus, she’d promised to water the plants for her neighbor…”

Do you see how the opening “thesis statement” steals the thunder of what follows? Don’t do it.

If nothing else, cut the opening sentence and place it after all the others. Better yet, transplant it and change it to: Brenda would never make the deadline.

Thinking is abstract. Knowing and believing are intangible. Your story will always be stronger if you just show the physical actions and details of your characters and allow your reader to do the thinking and knowing. And loving and hating.

Don’t tell your reader: “Lisa hated Tom.”

Instead, make your case like a lawyer in court, detail by detail.

Present each piece of evidence. For example: “During roll call, in the breath after the teacher said Tom’s name, in that moment before he could answer, right then, Lisa would whisper-shout ‘Butt Wipe,’ just as Tom was saying, ‘Here’.”

One of the most-common mistakes that beginning writers make is leaving their characters alone. Writing, you may be alone. Reading, your audience may be alone. But your character should spend very, very little time alone. Because a solitary character starts thinking or worrying or wondering.

For example: Waiting for the bus, Mark started to worry about how long the trip would take…”

A better break-down might be: “The schedule said the bus would come by at noon, but Mark’s watch said it was already 11:57. You could see all the way down the road, as far as the Mall, and not see a bus. No doubt, the driver was parked at the turn-around, the far end of the line, taking a nap. The driver was kicked back, asleep, and Mark was going to be late. Or worse, the driver was drinking, and he’d pull up drunk and charge Mark seventy-five cents for death in a fiery traffic accident…”

A character alone must lapse into fantasy or memory, but even then you can’t use “thought” verbs or any of their abstract relatives.

Oh, and you can just forget about using the verbs forget and remember.

No more transitions such as: “Wanda remembered how Nelson used to brush her hair.”

Instead: “Back in their sophomore year, Nelson used to brush her hair with smooth, long strokes of his hand.”

Again, Un-pack. Don’t take short-cuts.

Better yet, get your character with another character, fast.
Get them together and get the action started. Let their actions and words show their thoughts. You—stay out of their heads.

And while you’re avoiding “thought” verbs, be very wary about using the bland verbs “is” and “have.”

For example:
“Ann’s eyes are blue.”

“Ann has blue eyes.”


“Ann coughed and waved one hand past her face, clearing the cigarette smoke from her eyes, blue eyes, before she smiled…”

Instead of bland “is” and “has” statements, try burying your details of what a character has or is, in actions or gestures. At its most basic, this is showing your story instead of telling it.

And forever after, once you’ve learned to Un-pack your characters, you’ll hate the lazy writer who settles for: “Jim sat beside the telephone, wondering why Amanda didn’t call.”

Please. For now, hate me all you want, but don’t use thought verbs. After Christmas, go crazy, but I’d bet money you won’t.


For this month’s homework, pick through your writing and circle every “thought” verb. Then, find some way to eliminate it. Kill it by Un-packing it.

Then, pick through some published fiction and do the same thing. Be ruthless.

“Marty imagined fish, jumping in the moonlight…”

“Nancy recalled the way the wine tasted…”

“Larry knew he was a dead man…”

Find them. After that, find a way to re-write them. Make them stronger.


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I need to go back to school.

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My learning is ofwficially insignificant. My writing minor and all those classes do not make me as qualified as reading this has.

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this gif fixes sadness


World War everything ended.






this gif fixes sadness





World War everything ended.

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#yeah but it’s like too cool for school total arrogant nerd stiles dissmissing derek#like ‘dude this is the third time this week i don’t want to sit with you’#’so you go do your fun jock stuff with that cretin Whittemore and his band of merry douchebags’#’and i’ll stay here where people can handle an actual conversation past ”oh shit i forgot how to math”#but obviously he’s frontin’ and he’d really like to climb derek like a tree#but PRINCIPLES OK#HE HAS THEM#HE CAN’T HAVE SEXY TIMES WITH A DUMB FOOL JOCK#except you //know// derek’s not that kinda boy#and he only takes time to answer questions in class because a) he doesn’t like being put on the spot#and b) he likes to formulate an articulate response (with which to impress Stiles with)#except nobody ever gives him enough time to answer so mostly he just sits there glaring#all he can instead is march up to stiles’ table every day and be like ‘have lunch with me’#and stiles doesn’t think it’s awkwardly cute AT ALL#he’s actually 90% sure derek’s fucking with him for jokes#and so says no every. single. time#then maybe they have to partner up in class and he’s all ‘fuck shit he’s gonna beat me when we’re alone’#maybe he tries to hide underneath his folder as derek stalks over#and derek’s CROSS because stiles keeps shutting him down so it’s awks as hell#until they’re studying in derek’s room and stiles is gazing at the really cool bw photos derek’s taken of his friends#and of people at lacrosse games and HELLO THAT’S HIS FACE AND HEY HE LOOKS KIND OF OK#maybe derek snatches it off the wall like ‘idk how that one got there’#and stiles is all ‘oh MY u do totally like me’ and breaks into that ridic song from Miss Congeniality#’you think i’m pretty and you take somewhat creeper pictures of me and u liikee me’#WITH finger snaps obviously and derek huffs and puffs whilst he’s singing but then interrupts him#WITH HIS MOUTH and there’s mad kissing#and the next time he comes over to ask stiles to sit with him at lunch#stiles just pushes his books down the bench and swings his legs over derek’s lap like hey#tell me everything you think about Avedon nerd boy (via stilinskisparkles)


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Is there a classic movie bloopers fandom because there needs to be one


I like how the guy in the fifth panel touches the blinds and then just goes FUCK IT I DIDN’T DO IT I’M OUT

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Hearing my own voice on a recording makes me want to apologize to every single person I’ve ever talked to, like I’m really sorry.

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Remember when Fall Out Boy covered Love Lockdown?

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