via tardisbluecrayon · originally by amypuddles
Anonymous asked: "When you're writing Rose, is there one part of her personality that is more difficult to write then the others? What's your favorite part to write?"

Oooh, fun question!

The hardest part is when I have that ‘am i writing a Mary Sue?’ moment.  Rose has a lot of the hallmarks of a Mary Sue, but I like to think she has enough negative personality traits to keep her in the well-rounded character category.  So when I worry that I’m not writing Rose as well as I could be, I ask myself, “What would James Potter do?”  I’m not talking James Potter circa “Lily, take Harry and run!” but the James Potter who Levicorpused Snape and then made fun of his dingy underwear.  So I try to figure out what that guy would do, and then I tone it down a notch.  Or five.

My favorite parts are her interactions with Sirius and Ginny.  I love both of those relationship dynamics, and writing any scene with those characters is always easy and fun.  They always have something to say to each other, and it’s usually funny.

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someone i subscribe to on AO3 posted an oliver/felicity arrow fic, and i read it because i just finished watching arrow s1 on netflix, and that led to raiding the oliver/felicity tag on AO3, and i have done nothing else for the past three days.

take the internet away from me.

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are you ever writing, and you have to google something for some tiny, inconsequential detail, and suddenly it’s an hour, five articles, and three youtube videos later?

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Anonymous asked: "Sending you good vibes for your writing!"

Thank you, bb!!

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via philcoulson · originally by runakvaed
"Think about it. When they first met at Madame Malkin’s, Draco tried to impress Harry. He didn’t know who Harry was and, no offence, but Harry was more than shaggy dressed. That means he was undoubtedly not Draco’s class. But Draco didn’t care. When they met again on the train, Draco offered his friendship. Harry refused. And that’s when the teasing began. Look at it this way: if Harry would be a girl, Draco would pull on his pigtails, would poke him in the ribs and would lift his skirt. But Harry is a boy, so Draco copes with his feelings in a different way. He follows Harry around to blackmail him somehow, he always starts a fight and he is mean to Harry’s friends to rise a reaction out of him. If that isn’t love or at least liking, I don’t know what else is."
— Tom Felton (via padwallahh)
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