Elle Blessingway. Twenty-something wife, daughter, sister, friend, and believer in Jesus. I like fandom, cheese, and Robert Downey Jr. Current fansessions are Naruto, Inception, Avengers, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, the Marvel'verse, Batman, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Veronica Mars, Peter Pan, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Harry Potter, Avatar the Last Airbender & The Legend of Korra, the Seattle Seahawks and MOAR.
Dear KakaSaku shippers, as you know, we have a new search engine.
This looks cool but it has its downs: The tumblr savior does not work on it + it searches everything kakasaku related, even the hate/anti-pairing posts that aren’t even tagged in here.
The good thing is that you don’t need it if you have the tag tracked. If not, do not worry, on the link box above just change “search” for “tagged”
And you’ll be fine.
NOW the important thing: Post being eaten or not shown in the tag
1- If your blog has bee flagged as nsfw (and you can’t change it), your posts won’t show on the tag, not only to you, but Everyone else can’t see it. Aka we’ll miss a lot of fanarts/fanfics, porny or innocent just because a blog has been flagged. And a tumblr user will get frustrated that their contributions to the tag won’t show.
2- All posts tagged as nsfw that you post, have posted or seen in the tag before the update now disappeared. Oh no, my porn!
Fix the lock in your tag
turn off the “hide nsfw”
And now you can see everyone and all your posts back that have been hidden!
This works for every tag you track, ad will stay like this for them as well.
There are specific ways to punctuate your dialogue. Learning to do this correctly will make you look more professional and accomplished as a writer to potential publishers and agents.
- Speech followed by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said. Use a comma after the speech, treat the dialogue tag as being part of the same sentence.
- One sentence of speech split by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said, “or you’re going to make us late.” Only punctuate with a full stop right at the very end of the whole sentence. Start the second part of speech with a lower case letter.
- Two sentences of speech split by a dialogue tag: “Come on,” she said. “We can’t afford to be late again.” End the tag with a full stop and start the new sentence of speech with a capital letter.
- Speech separated by action: “Come on.” She pulled on her shoes and opened the door. “We can’t afford to be late again.” The action can’t be rolled into the same sentence as the speech, so it becomes three separate sentences.
And remember that all punctuation marks attached to the speech itself should be placed inside of the speech tags.
imagine a video game where you create a hero whose destiny is to save everyone, but throughout the game you start making harder and more questionable decisions, and the game gets darker and darker. and in the end you’re just standing there, clutching the controller and finally realizing you were playing the villain all along