NOW YOU DONE SAID THE MAGIC WORDS HAHAHA
Arachnophobia - I really like this one, bu it hasn’t updated in awhile
Long-Distance Proposal - Oh man, his one is adorable~
Red Green - Sweet little drabble~
Espresso Flowers -I am such a sucker for things like this lol
Le Tour de la Confusion - Probably my fav yowapeda fic ever~ also contains ShinAra
Typo -This one is really funny!
Dick Pics - Sequel to the one above this!
Exuviae - Yoshiwara AU. Hope you’re ready to cry ;w;
Late Night Call - more phone sex hehehe
I have a bunch more saved, but I have to get going to class so here are jus a few for now!
mmm I’m a picky reader and there’s not much fic for Yowapeda (shame!!) but I have a few if you don’t care about which ships
Le Tour de la Confusion is my favorite right now because I’m trash
I love basically all of Tastewithouttalent’s T2 stuff i like the way they write
Solstice is the one i was talking about (the dead Toudou one)
Cycling is a good one too
Hello! Some of my favourite T2 fics are:
As seasons pass by in the forest, Teshima and Aoyagi meet as predator and prey.
In which Aoyagi forgets, but his memories don’t scatter very far.
Audible by tastewithouttalent (NSFW)
"There’s nothing to see on the ceiling so Aoyagi shuts his eyes, lets his vision disappear into imagination so he can focus on the sound of Teshima’s voice on the other end of the line." Aoyagi is always very quiet but Teshima is more perceptive than he gets credit for.
Synchronized by tastewithouttalent (NSFW)
"Even this was part of the strategy, originally." Teshima is very good at strategy but some things have become more than just a plan.
“If you could have three wishes… what would they be?”
Aoyagi’s a transfer student from Chiba, Japan, working at a flower shop in New York City to payfor college. Life is pretty monotonous until he meets Junta Teshima, a cute employee from one of least favorite stores who, time and time again, shows him how colorful daily life can be.
Meanwhile, Aoyagi’s coworkers have their hands full as well: his bosses, Tadokoro and Makishima, are swamped with trouble caused by Toudou — the infamous inn-owner who seems to be out to ruin their business — while freshman intern Onoda is swamped with affection from two mysterious admirers.
I hope this helped and thank you for the question!
F Let me go Dm Am I don't wanna be your hero Bb I don't wanna be a big man F C Just wanna fight like everyone else F Your masquerade Dm Am I don't wanna be a part of your parade Bb Everyone deserves a chance to F C Walk with everyone else F While holding down Dm Am A job to keep my girl around Bb And maybe buy me some new strings F C And her and I out on the weekends F And we can whisper things Dm Am Secrets from my America dreams Bb Baby needs some protection F C But I'm a kid like everyone else F So let me go Dm Am I don't wanna be your hero Bb I don't wanna be a big man F C Just wanna fight with everyone else F Dm Am Ooooohh Bb F C F Ooooohh
- You don’t have to achieve great things by the time you’re 25
- You have intrinsic value above and beyond your perceived utility to other people and society at large.
- You don’t have to have sex, or have sex in any way that you find uncomfortable or unpleasant, to keep anyone’s love or good opinion of you. They didn’t love you or think very well of you to start with if they demand it.
- You don’t have to stay with someone who isn’t meeting your emotional or sexual needs because they need you, or you’ve been with them for awhile, or you need to be in a relationship. You need you. Your time is your own and it is finite.
- It’s ok to work at a job you enjoy that doesn’t make you miserable even if it’s not a career and it won’t “lead to anything.”
- Your life is not a narrative. It is not leading to anything, there is no overarching thesis, it does not have themes beyond the usual shared cultural experiences of your time and place. This is ok. It does not mean that your life is without purpose or meaning.
- It’s ok not to like or get along with the vast majority of people you encounter, so long as you afford them the same respect, courtesy and dignity that they afford you.
- Expensive is not always better.
- Failure is temporary if you’re still alive.
- People are both much better and much worse than you’d suspect, but usually not all at once.
- Stop thinking of your future self as a different person and it will be easier to prevent money and health problems.
- Let people help you, lean on them when you need to, and be available to help, but don’t swing too far in either direction. Try to carry your half of the life basket as evenly as you can.
- Set boundaries, and do not be afraid to kick people out of your life who disregard them. You will not end up alone and unloved. People who love you will be ok with your boundaries.
- Your power does not come from money or beauty, but from seeing life steadily and wholly, from a curious and thoughtful mind, and from your ability to say no when you want to, and yes when you want to, and I don’t know when you don’t know.
- There will be bad times, maybe lots of bad times, but not only bad times.
- Love will not heal the wounds in your soul, but love can give you the impetus to begin the work of healing yourself.
- Life might be a long series of starting over, and that’s alright.
- You’re really cool, you’re really beautiful, you’re really special. Really. Not to everyone, but to a lot of someones sometimes.
ok, so these are only the one’s on ffn. love will find a way is actually not in order, but it still can be found on fanfiction. i suggest searching google for it, but you can read it on fanfiction. if you do google love will find a way, use the link for the livejournal sticky post. there is a chance i will post a masterlist of all my faves no matter what website on here, but i don’t know.
p.s. these are my faves as opposed to all my saved fanfics.
—-High School AU:
Communication Issues by TeaAndUmbrellas
Befriending a Bookworm by Berrirose
A Boy Called Alice by xx-animeXalchemist-xx
Fame, Fortune, and Screaming Fanboys by Wolfie333
Sophomore Slump or Comeback of the Year by Jinxx Draconett
Nothing But Treble by BetweenDreamsAndReality
The Invitational Year by Demand Truth
The Gentleman and the Hero by Teenage Mouse
Starcrossed by BetweenDreamsandReality
Beautiful Nightmare by No Pain No Gain
On London’s Stage by faeriesnook
The Tell Tale Heart’s by RainingPaperButterflies
Photographs by Kleon L (Arthur is a photographer)
It Just Is by chibitalex (Arthur is a writer and Alfred is his fanboy)
Booze and Photographs by vennumberten (Alfred is a photographer and Arthur is a model)
The Baffled King and the Idiot Hero by Ellarose C (Alfred is an actor and Arthur is his fanboy)
Wicked Twisted Road (Baffled King sequel) by Ellarose C (sequel)
Winner Takes All by absolute power (Arthur is a model)
The Bridge by Fakiagirl (Arthur is a poet)
Cuckoo in the Nest by PennyLane (Arthur is a writer and Alfred is his body guard)
—-Government and Law:
On Better Terms by Galythia
Espionage by Fakiagirl
Undercover by Zo One
Codename by Abarero
All Right, Tonight by JediShampoo (Arthur is a divorce attorney)
Fidelitas by General Kitty Girl (skyrim)
Quidditch House Rivals by Zeplerfer (pottertalia)
Look to the Future Now, It’s Only Just Begun by Teenage Mouse (pottertalia)
A is For by hoshiko2kokoro (Warm Bodies)
I Show Not Your Face by Car (pottertalia)
Meddling with Princesses by Zeplerfer (dealing with dragons)
No Pill’s Gonna Cure my Ill by three-days-late (Dr. Who)
Five Times Captain America met his Country and the One Time he didn’t by osco-blue-fairy (avengers)
Think we are by Gecko Osco (Breakfast Club)
—-Small Business (coffee shop, bookstore, florist, etc.):
Recipe for Life by AkaiShinda (Arthur owns a bakery and Alfred is hired)
Got to Believe by Iggymochi (Arthur is a florist)
Of Books, Brollies, and Rainy Days by prussionion (Arthur owns a bookstore)
Flowers Never Bend with the Rainfall by PennyLane (Arthur owns a bookshop)
Eternity by RobinRocks
Ukiyo by Teenage Mouse (why does Arthur recognize the one American in Japan?)
Of Silence and Thievery by Gecko Osco (Arthur had his voice stolen and he has to venture the world to find it)
The Clock Maker and the Air Pirate by SugarOtakuGang3
Of Song and Claw by Ahro, HellieAce (somewhat omegaverse as well fair warning)
Life is like a Circus by HeroismInACan
Sight by KnightOfHeartProtectorOfSoul
Extra Peppers, Extra Cheese by BananaNutCrunch (Arthur works at a pizza place with only one customer)
Recalculating by DragonQueenSori (Arthur is a man on the run and Alfred is his getaway driver)
Not That Likely, Love by eyebrow-extravaganza (Alfred becomes a butler after spending all his money)
France’s Secret Folder Number 5 by StarrNight (the title is self-explanatory)
A Wartime NecessiTea by Punmaster Extraordinaire (England isn’t taking the tea rationing very well)
A Not-So-Classic Romance by Galythia (Victorian with Shakespeare)
A Bleeding Heart of Oak by Steadfast-Bright-Star (Victorian on boats)
Write Me When You Get There by lumaluma (WW2)
Locked Away by Iggycat (WW2)
Gold and Blue by hoshiko2kokoro
Spades by simplytrop
Fairytales? This is the Story of Tsunderella! By Kagaya DayDreams
Calling for You by GreenAppleAddiction
These Boots Are Made for Walkin’ by Fii Tamae (Arthur has a less than stellar profession and Alfred’s there to lend a hand)
Run Fast, Turn Left by Car (Arthur and Alfred are roommates in track together)
Where the Most Beautiful Roses Grow by Fakiagirl (Arthur and Alfred are neighbors and professors)
—-Angel AU (yes this is a thing)
Struck by MountainMan74 (angel)
Blame it on the Alcohol by RedEyedGirl100 (Angel AU)
All That Glitters by worldaccordingtofangirls (Angel AU)
Stars by Fakiagirl (Alfred works on a starship and makes an unlikely friend)
Mission Accomplished by Zo-One
This is how we B-B-Breakdown by Bebae
Estranged by S. E. Mellark (Alfred doesn’t believe in soul mate watches or his soul mate)
Just a Story by donttalktomeimfangirling
Teenage Wasteland by Teenage Mouse
Born on the Fourth of July by PennyLane
Here Comes the Candle by Mizu-Tenshi
Anniversary & Pet Problems by LastHaven (fluff)
Can’t Help Falling in Love with You by Hyper4Hetalia (fluff)
Confession by ImDREW (fluff)
That One Awkward Moment by arjelle (fluff??)
Inside Out by Urchin of the Riding Stars (Arthur is agoraphobic but it’s nothing the hot neighbor can’t fix)
Secretary’s Diary by Midnight Run in the Rain (Arthur needs a secretary)
A Stay in Insanity by Only in a Dancing God (very, very dark)
Invincible by LavenderTown (Arthur is quite the fighter)
Smoker’s Lounge by Zo One
—-Just Plain Romance
Tend to the Roses by foreversnowynights
He’s a Keeper by Zo-One (Arthur and Alfred are pen pals)
Anonymous asked you:
Hey, I have a little problem with my plot. My MC’s objective is, long story short, to bring a dictatorship down. That’s really the main plot, which he’ll only become aware a few chapters later in the story, but still the main plot. My biggest problem is, I have NO idea how to make it last a book. I do have some side-plots and I’m planning on making more, but I really don’t know how to make “bringing a dictatorship down” last a book AND be exciting…
Subplots are an extremely good way to beef up your book as long as those subplots have an impact on the story. Be careful with them. Filler stuff that does nothing for the characters or the plot will only throw a wrench at your pacing, or possibly even make it feel like the rising action in your story is inconsistent. You want to make sure your story feel like one whole, round, complete story, not different pieces of stories patched together (unless that’s what you’re going for, in which case rock it out).
As you work on those subplots, think about these two things that might help you extend your story:
Character Arcs. If your plot isn’t enough to make a full book, ask yourself if you’re developing your characters enough.
Sometimes, a plot might get all the spotlight, and the characters suffer for it in exchange. Instead of reflections of people, as characters largely should be, we might end up seeing actual characters – as in, people that are taking stage directions and rehearsing lines. Avoid this and make sure your characters develop and change over the course of the plot.
- Character subplots. These are a great way to give your characters a chance to change and for your readers to really see them as people. Mini-quests, an old friend reappearing, the character going out of their way to do something for someone, etc. These are good tools to build on the character arc. These subplots, however, might take focus away from the main plot in favor of the character instead, so be aware of this.
- Adding additional characters. Perhaps your cast simply isn’t enough. Perhaps your cast isn’t built to contrast. Adding more personalities and giving them a purpose to fulfill, while also taking the time to round them out, can add different dimensions to your story.
- Adding additional POVs. This is similar to the above, only the next step up. If one perspective isn’t filling the quota, adding additional perspectives to tell different parts of the same story might help. And if you’re bringing down a dictatorship, there’s a lot of potential in the characters to choose from.
A Challenging Plot. Bringing a dictatorship down should require a great deal of intricate planning, but are your characters figuring out your plot too easily? Are they earning victories or are victories basically given to them?
- Complicate things. Break some bones, do something to the characters’ personal lives that makes it more difficult for them to achieve victories. If character has to go from point A of the plot to point B, don’t draw them a straight line. Throw a problematic storm onto their hiding ground. Leave a dead body on their path. Something that makes things difficult.
- Conflict of interest. Use plot to question morality. Sometimes characters know the right thing to do, but the “right thing” isn’t black and white. Maybe a character has trouble making decisions because achieving the goal will hurt someone, or lots of someones, or cause other turmoil. Maybe the character wants to achieve the goal because of the aforementioned. Maybe reasoning is flawed. Maybe deeper interests tempt them.
- Plot twists. It seems like the main character will safely make a deal with another character, when—PLOT TWIST! If your plot is progressing “as expected”, do something unexpected. Rip out all the seams and throw something in that no one would expect, least of all the characters.
Remember that exciting characters can make a less exciting plot more interesting, depending on what you do with them. If your book just isn’t holding up, turn to your characters instead. Have you spent enough time building them up? Is your cast dynamic and contrasting? Does each of your central characters pull their weight in the story? Do they add something?
If not, ask them what else they can do. Ask them if they have any secrets or phobias that might affect the plot. Look at what they’re missing and see what you can do in the story to fill that up while furthering the plot.