I LOVE THEM ALL - they are all beautifully flawed perfect characters that mean more to me than fictional people ever should!
3. The Doctor
1. Rose (always #1, no matter what)
Okay, this isn’t TOO hard, especially since I’m a terrible DT fan and haven’t seen all of his stuff, but second person in a row making me choose between Ten and TenToo. Evil conspirators!
5. Peter Vincent
4. Peter Carlisle
3. Alec Hardy
2. Ten (ONLY BECAUSE I PUT HIM BEFORE TENTOO LAST TIME I’M REPENTING OKAY)
crazyandsexy replied to your post “tentoo, ten, rose tyler, jackie tyler, donna noble XD”
PFFF YOU FOLLOW ME I FOLLOW YOU IT MEANS YOU CAN CALL ME WHATEVER YOU WANT IT’S LIKE A DEAL AND HOW COULD YOU PUT JACKIE ON THE LAST PLACE AND TEN BEFORE TENTOO? WHO IS EVIL NOW? YES IT NEEDS CAPITALS.
BUT YOU MADE ME CHOOSE! (And you are totally and completely right and I will do my best to repent for the rest of the day) :P
Hyperventilating a little over here. How can you choose between five characters that you love, two of which are ultimately the same person?
I CAN’T CHOOSE I CAN’T DO IT I WON’T YOU CAN’T MAKE ME
Okay, I’m doing it :D
5. Jackie Tyler
4. Donna Noble
3. TenToo (only because I spent less time with him…)
1. Rose Tyler (always #1. Always)
They are all okay, and all those things could exist in the same woman
Here comes the rush before we touch, come a little closer.
Camp NaNoWriMo 2014 has officially launched! Whether you’re writing a new novel, tackling a screenplay, or finishing an existing piece of work, Camp is a writing free-for-all. For those of you still on your publishing journey before Camp, Blair Thornburgh, editorial assistant at Quark Books, explains what makes her stop reading a manuscript:
I was recently at a conference where an editor detailed her method for critiquing a first draft. The complicated process was as follows:
- Start reading it.
- When it stops being compelling, stop reading it.
- When you stop reading it, draw a line on the page and write “This is where I stopped reading”.
Brash. Ballsy. Take-no-prisoners.
But what specifically makes an editor grind to a halt and refuse to go on? Opinions differ, of course, but as far as I’m concerned there are some pretty basic “don’t”s that make me want to close a document while I’m reading a sample chapter:
year in review Jan ‘13 - Mar ‘14
I really did start drawing Doctor + Rose since January 2013. Happy (slightly over) one year, my OTP shipping!
15. i’m rewatching doctor who with my roommate. I’d forgotten how much I adore them.
this kiss. hungry passion. that’s all I can say about it.