I saw The Force Awakens for the first time, and by the end, I knew three things. One, I was in love with Star Wars yet again. Two, I loved Kylo Ren to death and he was my child and ioheioasdilawdil. Three, I WAS NOT A REYLO SHIPPER.
So how did I get from wondering why in the world people were shipping these two enemies to a hardcore Reylo shipper? Let me tell you.
*Disclaimer* SPOILERS WILL BE SAID.
In TFA, Reylo was not healthy. They were trying to kill each other, and he was using her for his quest. There could be an argument made for Kylo thinking that he was fascinated by her, but the point remains that they were enemies.
In The Last Jedi, they're no longer enemies.
VIEW MY HELPFUL LIST OF REASONS WHY I SHIP THEM AND WHY THEY'RE GOOD FOR EACH OTHER.
Both Kylo and Rey are lonely people. They grew up without love, essentially. They were nothing. Rey collected garbage, Kylo trained for people who were never satisfied. So when they start to …
Well I'm back to blogging for the time being, so let's see if my fingers will follow my brain for the next few months. xD
So today I'm talking about my Speculative Harry Potter Fanfic that I'm doing for NaNoWriMo! (Look how brave I am doing a fanfic for NaNo.)
This Tumblr post on Pinterest, actually! It's long, so I'll just slide the link here. But I've always been a fan of the Slytherin house (being a Slytherin), and I've been frustrated with the lack of details on it. BUT NOW I AM SOLVING THIS HUMANSES.
My novel is about a Slytherin girl who has to decide which she's loyal to: her friends, her house, or her convictions. Caia and her friend use illegal magic (since by the time my story takes place magic has been banned), and she thought it was all cool until her friend starts using it to hurt people from the other houses as a revenge thing. But why should she defend the other houses? They hate Slytherin, they've bullied her for the three ye…
Movies are an amazing way to get inspiration! And especially when the words are just swimming in front of your eyes and you don't feel like reading, the next best thing is an audio book or a movie/show. This is a list of the top 10 movies and shows that I love, and that have given me inspiration.
1. Man in the High Castle
Pre-warning: this show has a lot of language in it. If you're language sensitive, then I'd advise using Vidangel, Clearplay, or just skipping this review.
Ok, so MITHC is a show that speculates an idea: what if the Axis had won WWII?
As a WWII retelling writer, I absolutely love this show, and the characterssss *flaps hands wildly*. The world building is incredible, the ideas in it are amazing and beautiful and well thought out, and the characters are flawed and lovable and just all around amazing!*
Even if you don't write WWII, I'd recommend the show.