Just a girl fervently exploring her obsessions. Those happen to be A:tLA, LoK, HP, PotO, MLP:FiM and much much more. Did I mention Star Trek Voyager? Well, that too.
There are only 2 scenarios that can play out for Isobel Crawley.
1) Her relationship with Lord Merton plays out perfectly.
2) She realizes she’s actually in love with Dr. Clarkson and they live happily ever after (preferred scenario)
But if she ends up heartbroken somehow, there’s going to be a problem between me and the writers.
Leave my poor bb alone.
I’m a multi-shipper and I can usually reason, rationalize, or justify behind most ships, but man, when I NOTP, I NOTP hard. I’m so salty and bitter about ships I despise (don’t worry don’t worry I don’t tag my hate or anything).
Despite having seen all of Legend of Korra, my sister didn’t realize that Past!Linzin is canon.
This knowledge arose when she questioned my Linzin playlist.
"What does this have to do with Linzin?"
"Their relationship didn’t work out but they still love each other."
"You do realize they’d never have that in a kid’s show, right?"
And then I recited all of the scenes in which it is canonically referred to.
I’m not talking about writing it. (I’m hardly a writer, but even I know that writing fic kills sometimes.)
Nah. I’m talking about just reading fic. I’m not a voracious fic reader. But I’m not a casual fic reader. Avid maybe? It really goes in spurts. Sometimes it’s all fic all day ery day, but other times it’s just a nice weekend pastime.
But then there are times when you find one of those fics.
So good. Roll around and squee good. That characterization is legit good. My poor bbys! good. Can’t stop reading this stupid wonderful thing good.
Sometimes it’s a one-shot. One sitting, open and shut gem of a fic. It’s terrible because it ends, but also perfect because just… gah.
But other times it’s 50+ chapters long full of bang up writing and meaningful plots and subplots and twists and how do you even think of something as genius as that!?
And you can’t stop reading it, but you also have responsibilities and other things to do. But even it you’re not reading it, it’s occupying your mind and twisting your most fangirl-y innards.
It hurts because it’s well-written and beautiful. It drains you because each chapter is chock-full of asdflkj; and it’s a million chapters long. And you just can’t…
In short, it kicks your butt.
And it’s the best thing ever.