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Eva - 21 - French. 90% Captain Swan, 10% OUAT. This is a happy place full of CS stuff and rainbows and unicorns and LOVE. Feel free to message me anytime to chat, share your thoughts or even seek for advice :)

kimidakewooooo:

The OUAT fandom be like

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Cs eating pasta (◍•ᴗ•◍)❤ Thanks to mrsmerylstreep ​ for the suggestion!

Cs eating pasta (◍•ᴗ•◍)❤ 
Thanks to
mrsmerylstreep ​ for the suggestion!

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mickeyandcompany:

Frozen characters and their respective actors on the new season of Once Upon a Time (click on the pictures to know their names)

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The savior can’t come this far and not play princess for a day!

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boomboombooom:

This September winter comes early

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On fanfictions and reviews (at least on ff.net)

I’d like to rant a little on fanfcitions and their reviews, or rather their non-existent reviews. This is NOT meant to be judgy at all and I don’t want to wound anyone, but I’d like to raise awareness on some points that are important, but not very talked of.

I know CSers and fans in general (that’s why I’m posting this in the general fandom) are very fond of fanfictions. Stories where your favorites pairings are living your dreams off screen, who wouldn’t love it?

However, let’s not forget there are actual HUMANS behind those stories. They do NOT write themselves. And if you do not write, you can’t know how much motivation you need to write a fanfic. It’s a lot of work, research, you need endurance.

Do you know what gives writers, motivation? Seeing the follows, the favorites, the views and, above all: the REVIEWS.

I’m not one to force people to review my stories, or to beg for them. I’m not even writing this post for me. But it makes me very sad to hear of writers who give up on their stories because they lost their motivation because very, very few people took the time to review.

Now, I’m not saying: REVIEW EVERYTHING ALL THE CHAPTERS EVEN IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT. Of course, if you don’t like a story, you don’t have to lie about it or to tell the writer you just don’t like their stories. It’d be cruel. But, please, if you like a fanfic, consider reviewing. Even two words, just show your support, let your heart speak. Compliments can lighten someone’s day, you never know what the writers go through.

A review is not much, it takes less than a minute, but it means a lot. It shows that you care.

Plus, reviews are necessary to the writers when they’re constructive. They help them improve. It is very, very important to have feedback on your work.

I really HATE telling people what they have to do. I’m not the police, you’re free to do whatever you want. But… just think about it when you enjoy reading a particular fanfic, and never hesitate to tell someone you like what they’re writing :)

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oncertwice:

this is what happens when holdingoutforapiratehero gets bored. she gets ideas like these and tells me to make them. blame her.

oncertwice:

this is what happens when holdingoutforapiratehero gets bored. she gets ideas like these and tells me to make them. blame her.

2 days ago   &   81

Time to read the 1st book of the Outlander series, bye world

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captainswanouat:

(taken august 12th 2014)

captainswanouat:

(taken august 12th 2014)

3 days ago   &   785

I love being scared. I think you’re brave only when you do things that scare you. I’ve always used fear as a motivator. I’m not sure why.

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