For we will be wicked and we will be fair
And they’ll call us such names, and we really won’t care
So go, tell your Wendys, your Susans, your Janes
There’s a place they can go if they’re tired of chains
And our roads may be golden, or broken, or lost
But we’ll walk on them willingly, knowing the cost —
We won’t take our place on the shelves
It’s better to fly and it’s better to die
Say the Wicked Girls saving ourselves
—— Wicked Girls, Seanan McGuire
(Source: seananmcguire.com, via seananmcguire)
Catwoman © DC Comics
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The Quiet World by Jeffrey McDaniel.
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If your hero is going to save the day through some very specialized skill late in the book, it is best to introduce that skill early on and make it a part of your character’s life…no matter how you do it, it cannot come as a complete surprise when it is revealed to the reader in the second to last chapter that Earl the lumberjack was once the ballroom dance champion of the Upper Peninsula. — From How Not to Write a Novel by Howard Mittelmark and Sandra Newman (via mythographers)