I just saw a post, and it wasn’t the first I’ve seen, that was making fun of The Hunger Games and other modern stories in saying that they’re written like screenplays and people need to stop writing like that as if ‘it’s a competition to get the next big budget movie’ from their book.
Shut the fuck up. This makes me upset. What’s wrong with that, what’s fucking wrong with that? Good for an author if their story gets made into a movie. If it’s done well and to the author’s liking, then what the fuck is wrong with it? And one of my life goals is to become both a young adult novelist as well as a screenwriter, whether this happens related to the two things or not, so whaaaaaat. I don’t think that everyone is counting on their stories reaching the screen, but why is that hope wrong? Who cares. Write. Read. Watch. It’s all in the vein of discovering something new and taking in a different mindset and the product of someone else’s creativity. I don’t fucking care if someone reads or watches a movie. I support the products of people’s imaginations and no one understands anything anymore…
Hanji Zoe - Ilse’s Notebook OVA
Walking in a winter wonderland.
after friday i never have to sit in a classroom ever again and i’m pretty fucking excited
im gonna beat exams the same way eren jeager beats titans
full of anger and having no fucking idea what im doing