Quick Dating Advice #2

If you are a murderer or serial killer someone using an online dating app such as Tumblr or Bumble, be sure to use a picture of an adorable animal to entice your pre-ahem-future mate.

You should avoid, if at all possible, using any of the following picture formats as it does not attract potential vict-ahem-mates, and they will swipe left.  Do not use obnoxious angles, pictures that are not representative of your true self, close up pictures, or blurry photographs.

All photographs should be in high resolution and taken by Beyonce’s personal photographer.  All images must be unique and organic.  Do not copy them from the internet.  Spare no expense.

Artists Need to be Discouraged

I believe artists need to be discouraged.  As someone who is a writer and has written several books, and has a huge passion for my craft, I think that’s the only way of creating worthwhile (not dime-a-dozen) artists.


That sounds absurd and wrong and it probably doesn’t work because trust me when I say I almost stopped writing altogether. But, I was one of those artists that did something more “practical”.  I got a degree in marketing and did things like computer science and learned languages. 


And you know what?  It made me better.  Doing this made me a better person, a better writer, someone capable of understanding what’s marketable and what isn’t.  Doing something “more practical” isn’t the death of art.  Often times, going to school for art becomes the death of your creativity.  I almost didn’t recover from my short time as an English major.


Because, if you think the people who say to do something “more practical” are the cruel ones, that’s nothing compared to hardened professors and hundreds of students that would see you fail so that they can succeed.  


Now, I’m not saying telling someone they’re never going to be an artist because they’re terrible and they’ll never amount to anything is okay.  I’m saying that, telling them to consider something more practical as a career could give them a different perspective.  


So if I tell people to consider something “more practical”, I’m literally telling them that it’s okay to have a passion for art and not major in your chosen craft..  It’s okay to choose something else instead of settling on what you think would make you the best.  Be true to yourself.  Choose art, or don’t.  Just, never stop creating.


After all, art will always find a way to survive.  Even in the face of ignorance and adversity.  It’s unstoppable.   

Obi-Wan TBH: drunk fanfiction with hiccups

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Not toop mnen etuion annkina  constantsaltyk hasa trhe hukkaxuops.  and the edioeosnst qwanrt obiwan to knowon.  e wlaso isn’t super inescested in his onw kjids despite what padme woud think.  she and obiwant have been rining all overt the galazy hifidn gtrom tje  new 
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but anakain could literallt be list eintiested in his kids and their lives.  That is untill theyub illcitiy force ceninidnisninti.  then he suddently finds hius iontienreistr.

Obi-Wan TBH: drunk fanfiction pt3? idek.

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NkIN IANW R wcwn rkookiiunf.  

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Obi-Wan TBH: pt 4 – idek

The dites satellite getting older and Padmé is the mmk O’Day beaut ufo woman that he system ever sseen. She was still so intent love rjfid I 3 fnajtjfmx ahoys he never thought tonfomcosnw that oath..he was a edim.je didn’t think that he could conference. Would she wants grimballs2 the same way she wanted fnaikend( he didn’t think someone. She was some much he Kwak sleep but he was nowhere near her her stsus.

But still he looked at her as if she hung the moon,.as is she was the very epitome of the force that dwelled.wothim him. She was the best thing to ever happen to gim.anf he loved her.

More than ahythinf.

More than an ikebana more than his oatchx or own that than dhiensje. The teian. He loved them too but here he was watching her as she laughed as she cries, and shebslept.

He.loced.her.

Let’s Talk About My Books

It has come to my attention recently, after a few of my close friends yelled at me, that people don’t know I’ve written books.

So I’m here to set the record straight. My name is Desdemona Wren and I have written 4 books; 2 novels & 2 novellas and I’m going to tell you a little bit about them.

First up, The Marjorie Diaz series: Marjorie Diaz’s Unfortunate Introduction to Magical High Society and Marjorie Diaz’s Unfortunate Introduction to Ancestral Politics & Foul Play.

The Marjorie Diaz series follows Marjorie Diaz, a 22 year-old Mexican American college student who manages to piss off some magical high royals and gets herself marked for death.

And while that seems like a very bad thing (TM), the story keeps cutting deeper and Marjorie discovers everyone has a secret, including her best friend.

This title is LGBT with acespec rep, lesbian rep, bisexual/pansexual rep, and transgender characters. There is also POC rep with Mexican American, Black American, Zimbabwean, and British Indian characters.

Next up, Bloom: A Monster Love Novella and Call Me Eli (my anthology piece).

Both of these books feature transgender characters in same-sex relationships.

Bloom: A Monster Love Novella is about Holly Juniper who falls for a nymph who comes through a portal in her barn. She gets more than she bargained for, when Nia helps her discover what she was truly meant to do.

Call Me Eli is about a transman who falls in love with a rock star when he shows up and hijacks Eli’s cab ride back from his impromptu concert at CosFest, a huge con he goes to with his best friend every year. It’s a Cinderella story, but with a fresh take. They’re adorable together and I’ll be rewriting their story when I get the rights back in August.

I have another few books I want to release this year: Nighthawks: A Monster Love Novella, A City of Glass and Sand, Marjorie 3, A Reverse Harem story, and The Incredible Origins of Suzie Q, Demon Hunter Extraordinaire.

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