Does anyone have any recommendations for fanfics that ship Mae/Nick or Mae/Alan?

Let’s help a girl out followers.

Personally I like To Give a Man a Mask which is over on livejournal.

Also, though I feel weird about doing this, I wrote Close Enough to Touch which is hosted on AO3. Both of the linked fics are Alan/Mae and were written between the second and third book.

Followers, any other suggestions?

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Friday, 3rd February
falling-serenity:

currently reading: The Demon’s Surrenderby Sarah Rees Brennan
I am literally only two chapters into this, and I CANNOT HANDLE how much I want Sin and Alan to get together.

Sarah Rees Brennan. Giving us all of the feelings all of the time.

falling-serenity:

currently reading: The Demon’s Surrenderby Sarah Rees Brennan

I am literally only two chapters into this, and I CANNOT HANDLE how much I want Sin and Alan to get together.

Sarah Rees Brennan. Giving us all of the feelings all of the time.

I don’t have deal breakers,” Alan said. “I look on tempests, and am never shaken.
Sarah Rees Brennan, The Demon’s Surrender (via angieville)
Anyone’s loveable, and love is never wrong - sometimes dangerous, but never wrong, and able to save you when nothing else can.
Sarah Rees Brennan (via no-evil-shall-escape-my-sight)

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Friday, 3rd February
winchsisterlol:

Jamie&Nick forever…

winchsisterlol:

Jamie&Nick forever…

martinfreemanlytears:

Fantasy Casting: The Demon’s Lexicon, Sarah Rees Brennan

Eddie Redmayne - Alan Ryves

Like I said before, I love people’s fan castings!

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Friday, 3rd February

I will always love the UK cover of Covenant far more than is healthy.

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lunaste:

Fantasy casting The Demon’s LexiconRuth Negga as Cynthia ‘Sin’ Davies
I don’t know how she is as a dancer, but she is exactly how I imagined Sin and she can act the hell out of anything she does. 

I’ve never hear of Ruth before, but I love fan casting guys. Love. It.

lunaste:

Fantasy casting The Demon’s Lexicon
Ruth Negga as Cynthia ‘Sin’ Davies

I don’t know how she is as a dancer, but she is exactly how I imagined Sin and she can act the hell out of anything she does. 

I’ve never hear of Ruth before, but I love fan casting guys. Love. It.

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Thursday, 2nd February

GUYS

shuofthewind:

REMEMBER THIS BOOK, GUYS?

I JUST READ THE SEQUEL

AND IT IS A-FUCKING-MAZING

IT’S LIKE

SUPERNATURAL (FOR THE HOT BROTHERS ANGLE)

AND KUROSHITSUJI (FOR THE DEMONIC BOND ANGLE)

AND GENERAL BBC BAMF-NESS (FOR EVERYONE ON TUMBLR WHO IS SANE)

ALL WRAPPED UP INTO ONE

AH

I JUST

THERE’S TOO MUCH AMAZING, I CAN’T HANDLE IT ALL

Welcome to the beauty that is Sarah’s writing! The final book in the trilogy, The Demon’s Surrender, is out now! Let us know what you think of it when you get a chance to read it.

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sonofthewhalegod:

You know how sports teams watch videos of their opponents to learn their strengths and weaknesses? That’s what I’m doing lately, while still editing my manuscript. Up until now, I’ve just been reading The Golden Compass (and Moby-Dick!) over and over again, but I figured I should probably check out the YA books that are in the market now. I bought some of the most popular, leaning toward historical fantasies, though White Cat and The Demon’s Lexicon are contemporary.
I’m reading The Demon’s Lexicon right now and while I’m sort of embarrassed to read the book on the subway (the raised shiny lettering is just … so … grocery-aisle lit, what if my coworkers see meeeeee), I’m thoroughly enjoying it! I like that Rees Brennan went with third person close, since the first person trend annoys me. She’s got a knack for getting across information without expositioning the reader to death. She writes with confidence, giving integrity to the world even though she’s just giving us glimpses so far. (I’m not very far in, eheheheh.) I have a tough time world-building, so it’s nice to have a strong example. While the dialogue is a little snarky for my tastes, it makes the characters memorable. If I was still a teen I’d love the shit out of that dialogue. Reminds me of my Reservoir Dogs days of yore.
I sort of already spoiled myself for the ending because I have no self-control, but from what I’ve read, the pivotal scenes aren’t melodramatic and eye-rolly. I’m annotating as I go along to shed light on Rees Brennan’s plot-pacing, world-building, and character development, etc., so I’ll share those with y’all, Tumblr, in a little bit. But I’m genuinely enjoying this book, and not in a guilty-pleasure kind of way as the cover might suggest. It’s got good structure so far, it’s engaging, and it doesn’t feel “young” or schlocky.

I’m always happy to see more people enjoying Sarah’s books!
And buddy, if that cover worries you this was the original US cover. It had a super secret pretty cover under the dust cover though! It was a birck pattern with a sword lying on top of it.
I hope you love the other books in the series just as much!

sonofthewhalegod:

You know how sports teams watch videos of their opponents to learn their strengths and weaknesses? That’s what I’m doing lately, while still editing my manuscript. Up until now, I’ve just been reading The Golden Compass (and Moby-Dick!) over and over again, but I figured I should probably check out the YA books that are in the market now. I bought some of the most popular, leaning toward historical fantasies, though White Cat and The Demon’s Lexicon are contemporary.

I’m reading The Demon’s Lexicon right now and while I’m sort of embarrassed to read the book on the subway (the raised shiny lettering is just … so … grocery-aisle lit, what if my coworkers see meeeeee), I’m thoroughly enjoying it! I like that Rees Brennan went with third person close, since the first person trend annoys me. She’s got a knack for getting across information without expositioning the reader to death. She writes with confidence, giving integrity to the world even though she’s just giving us glimpses so far. (I’m not very far in, eheheheh.) I have a tough time world-building, so it’s nice to have a strong example. While the dialogue is a little snarky for my tastes, it makes the characters memorable. If I was still a teen I’d love the shit out of that dialogue. Reminds me of my Reservoir Dogs days of yore.

I sort of already spoiled myself for the ending because I have no self-control, but from what I’ve read, the pivotal scenes aren’t melodramatic and eye-rolly. I’m annotating as I go along to shed light on Rees Brennan’s plot-pacing, world-building, and character development, etc., so I’ll share those with y’all, Tumblr, in a little bit. But I’m genuinely enjoying this book, and not in a guilty-pleasure kind of way as the cover might suggest. It’s got good structure so far, it’s engaging, and it doesn’t feel “young” or schlocky.

I’m always happy to see more people enjoying Sarah’s books!

And buddy, if that cover worries you this was the original US cover. It had a super secret pretty cover under the dust cover though! It was a birck pattern with a sword lying on top of it.

I hope you love the other books in the series just as much!

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Thursday, 2nd February