Lose access to the ‘Net for 25 days. Finally regain access. Spend 5 hours straight catching up on just the dashboard. Feel confident about all the lovely Elsanna to come. Unexpectedly lose access to the ‘Net once more, for yet another unknown length of time. No updating, commenting, effective browsing, blah, blah, etc. etc. Fun while it lasted, I suppose.
Not certain if anyone will actually receive this message but I have been away from the ‘Net for the past two weeks. And this week isn’t looking much better. All I have is a 5 year old smart phone that can’t handle Tumblr over 3G, and a 3 year old tablet whose wifi signal dies every 10 minutes. Surfing, posting, reading, commenting, and reblogging are completely out. I’ll try and catch-up ASAP.
The Masters Review, a publisher of high-quality anthologies and short stories, welcomes new and emerging writers to submit stories for the popular New Voices section of its website.
Each month the website spotlights well-crafted fiction and creative non-fiction stories by talented, undiscovered writers who have yet to be commercially published.
I stumbled across this and thought some of my followers might be interested. Fiction or narrative non-fiction, works have to be under 5k, pays up to $200 per work.
I officially headcanon ambidextrous!Anna.
No. Shut up. It’s canon. Shhh.
I think this is true too. I mean, she doesn’t stick to one hand throughout the film. So, definitely going with ambidextrous for Anna.
This headcanon was, seriously, my first ever post on this blog back on February 28, 2014. My, how time flies.