moutonrose

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there isnt a single part of this vine i dont like

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment

Anonymous asked:

Do you have any opinions on books where the protagonist (or even the entire cast) is not human? One of the examples I can give for what I mean is the Redwall series, where animals like mice, squirrels, otters and hares are the the cast. Can a reader connect to a character and identify with their struggles if that character isn't human? Can a reader connect to the story's world if there aren't ANY humans to be found?

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment answered:

YEAH. 

I am all about stories with animal protagonists or an all animal cast. I particularly enjoyed those kinds of stories when I was younger, but I still really love books that are from the perspective of non-humans, or even contain un-anthropomorphized animals amidst the cast that still have a strong sense of personality and character. While these types of stories can lack appeal for some people, I really think that they create an interesting shift of perspective, and chance to explore the world from a place that is at the same time alien and familiar. 

ANIMAL BOOKS ARE GREAT WRITE THEM FOR ME I WILL READ THEM. 

-Evvy

kaibalikeaboss

So one of my best friends had a medieval fantasy wedding

congalineofdurin:

at a hella cool castle

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the groom channeled Thranduil and the Baratheons

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the bridesmaids were elf maidens

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the court jester and town crier were there

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the cakes were gorgeous

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luckily a friar was passing through town who was able to officiate (“mawwaige,” he said, “is what bwings us togevver today”)

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the bride’s chariot was pulled by the most beautiful creature

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unfortunately, as with all medieval weddings, there is the dragon problem

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