Chapter 18 is currently at 3797 words, still have a bit to go. I’m only doing something on Easter morning (aside from work), so I should hopefully have an update this weekend (if not sooner).
so in high school, there were people who told me I had a serial killer vibe.
I had a high school get-together this past weekend, and they were joking that I poisoned all of the people who didn’t show up.
I guess there are worse things that could haunt me from high school
Tell me your fic’s unbetaed, and I’ll still read it.
Tell me your fic’s unbetaed, but that you checked it for spelling/punctuation/grammar errors, and I’ll still read it.
Tell me your fic’s unbetaed, and that you couldn’t be bothered to check it for spelling/punctuation/grammar errors, and I’m out the friggin’ door. If you’re not going to take the time to make sure your story’s readable, I’m not going to take the time to read it.
Kid!Hulk and Tony. A relaxant gone wrong. Bruce really screwed up this time, and it’s lead to him splitting from the Hulk. But the Hulk isn’t quite himself, instead he’s a child version of Bruce, from the part of his life when he developed a need for the Hulk. Bruce doesn’t know how to act or what to do. Tony tries his very best to stay in the middle. But how can you not slightly side with the wide eyed boy who’s lost and confused?
It’s hard to comfort a little boy who in all actuality is a 9 foot tall, green rage monster.
I enjoyed the new Captain America movie quite a bit. But I knew its soundtrack was missing something.
Do away with your old nightlights. These portable nightlight spheres can be brought into bed, or carried through your dark house on the way to find a midnight snack. Sold on Amazon.
chapter 18 is currently at 2016 words. the next update may be a little later than usual; April is going to be a VERY busy month for me.
lots to do tomorrow, on top of possibly getting sicker. Here’s hoping the glands in my throat aren’t so swollen tomorrow. today has been uncomfortable.
steve and bucky discovering the future together
Mark Ruffalo for THR, April 2014