Monthly Archives: September 2017

Get to know me tag

Tagged by @mcfrankauthor

Preferred name: Coutelier. I’ve always wanted a nickname like Dodger or The Magician but no one’s ever given me one. Granted I don’t actually know many magic tricks.

Zodiac sign: Capricorn

Birthday: January 1st

Relationship status: Single

Pets: A parrotlet named Amy.

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Another sxcerpt from my current WIP. This one continues straight on from the last excerpt I posted. I was going to put a break there and cut away to something, but it would have been to some villains talking and we’ve already got three POV characters and had a few asides at this point so I didn’t want to have another one so soon:

The signs took them to a laboratory which at first didn’t seem much more impressive than science labs at school.

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coutelier:

I’ve started uploading current drafts of my story ‘The Little Queen’ to my password protected blog here on Tumblr. Password is still the same if you already have it. Anyone else can message or send me an ask and I can give the password and link.

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ocqotd:

What does your OC know about dinosaurs?

Tenley has a fascination with dinosaurs, so she probably knows more about them than anyone else. As for what though, I mean to check out some modern children’s books about dinosaurs, as well as popular websites and TV documentaries.

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jyneros:

They are coming. Atom by atom, they will coil around us and take all that we are.

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Goldy, Silvery & Irony

coutelier:

Like much of the Empire, irony is something the British have long claimed belongs to them despite most of them not knowing what it is. Others seem to think that irony is basically just another word for sarcasm used by people trying to make it sound cleverer than it is,

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omegajako:

historical-nonfiction:

Bugs Bunny accidentally transformed the word nimrod into a synonym for idiot because nobody got a joke where he sarcastically compared Elmer Fudd to the Biblical figure Nimrod, a mighty hunter.

Etymology is ridiculous and terrifying sometimes

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badsciencejokes:

Thanks for explaining the word “many” to me, it means a lot.

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