Neue Richterinnen und Richter am Oberlandesgericht ernannt - Personelle Verstärkung für drei Zivilsenate
Neue Richterinnen und Richter am Oberlandesgericht ernannt – Personelle Verstärkung für drei Zivilsenate
CELLE. Die Präsidentin des Oberlandesgerichts Stefanie Otte hat Dr. Simone Lenz, Katrin Röhr und Dr. Felix Schmidt am 28. Dezember 2020 die Ernennungsurkunden als Richterinnen und Richter am Oberlandesgericht überreicht. „Die großen Herausforderungen des Jahres 2020, werden sich der Rechtsprechung im neuen Jahr weiterhin stellen“, sagte Otte. „Ich freue mich darauf, diese Aufgabe mit Ihrer…
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I’ve been working on a LOT of new muses... so under the keep reading, here’s a list of the ones I have at the moment. I’ll be working on putting them on my muse page soon.
Tye Brady - 25 - Dance Instructor - Jordan Fisher
Reese Davidson - 21-23/34 - College Student/Ski Lodge|Camp|Resort Owner - Gabriella Wilde/Jennifer Morrison
Jeremy Singh - 33 - Restaurant Owner - Raymond Ablack
Katherine Madera - 40 - Bar Owner - Lana Parilla
Taylor Carrell - 23 - College Student(Veterinary Science Major) - Alexxis Lemire
Sabina Garro - 23 - Aspiring Cartoonist - Alba Baptista
Ana Gutiérrez - 30 - Soldier - Blanca Suárez
Brennan Miller - 26 - Construction Worker - Dacre Montgomery
Claudia Silva - 52 - Headmistress - Michelle Gomez
Summer Brandt - 31 - Bakery&Cafe Owner - Bethany Joy Lenz
Cordelia Hartmann - 41 - Performing Arts Professor - Rebecca Mader
Matteo Bianchi - 29 - Drug Dealer - Rob Raco
Hassan Abdel - 28 - Dealer & Worker for a Crime Organisation - Mena Massoud
Jesse Colbert - 21 - College Student(Music Major)/Guitarist - Felix Mallard
Lacey Camara - 35 - Detective - Daniela Ruah
Sovannah Naem - 36 - Thief - Elodie Yung
Skylar Samuels - 21 - College Student(TBA) - Sara Waisglass
Bambi Manson - 27 - Fashion Designer - Poppy Drayton
Brett Matthews - 30 - Mechanic - Phoebe Tonkin
Aiden Duvel - 23 - College Student(Business Major)/Skater - BooBoo Stewart
Dilan Şendağ - 28 - Night Club Owner - Deniz Işın
Bailee Graham - 27 - Arcade Worker - Mae Whitman
Harlow Davies - 30 - High School Teacher - Meghan Ory
Damien Marconi - 30 - Game Designer - Nico Tortorella
Ian Quinn - 34 - Firefighter - Jay Hayden
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dossier — Bertholdt Huber.
FULL NAME. Bertholdt Felix Huber
MEANING. Bertholdt (from Old High German: Berhtwald ‘bright ruler’) Felix (from Latin: Felix ‘fortunate, happy’) Huber (from German: Huber ‘free farmer’)
NICKNAME. Bertl (childhood nickname), Bert, ‘tall guy’
GENDER. cis male
HEIGHT. 192cm (850) / 197cm (854)
AGE. 16 (850) / 20 (854)
ZODIAC. capricorn (diligent, ambitious, responsible, pessimistic, devoted)
SPOKEN LANGUAGES. eldian, marleyan, paradisian dialect
physical characteristics !
HAIR COLOR. black
EYE COLOR. grey-green
SKIN TONE. tan.
BODY TYPE. athletic, lean, long limbs
ACCENT. faint marleyan accent when speaking eldian
VOICE. low, often speaks softly
DOMINANT HAND. left handed, but trained to use his right hand, became quasi-ambidextrous in the process (he can only write quickly with his right hand)
POSTURE. keeps his head low, straight back, prefers to not take up much space
SCARS. none / (God of Destruction verse: several long but faint scars across his torso and limbs)
MOST NOTICEABLE FEATURE(S). his height and his nose
PLACE OF BIRTH. the internment zone in Liberio
HOMETOWN. Liberio, Marley
MANNER OF BIRTH. natural (at home)
FIRST WORDS. “up”
PARENTS. mother : Hannelore Katznick, a young eldian woman who only had a brief romantic relationship with Bertholdt’s father. she attempted to make the relationship work for the sake of the child when she became pregnant, but ultimately decided to leave the family soon after the baby was born. she had no further contact with Bertholdt. she eventually got married to a younger man. father : Wolfram Huber, a war veteran who was famous among eldians in his day as an outstanding soldier. he was wounded and discharged with honors, and worked as a factory worker thereafter. the chemicals he worked with permanently damaged his lungs and he became bedridden by the time Bertholdt was three. he died in 854.
PARENT INVOLVEMENT. Bertholdt’s mother was only involved during the first three months of Bertholdt’s life and then never again. Bertholdt’s father was already up in years when his child was born but did his best to provide for him. their relationship was warm but quiet; they did not have many heart to hearts. Bertholdt very early had to take on a caretaker role for him. this rankled his father immensely and changed his more sensitive approach to one of growing dissatisfaction. he fully intended for his son to join the military and the warrior program seemed a promising venture, not to mention the benefits. Bertholdt’s relationship with his father afterwards became more strained and more based on expectations and ceaseless health concerns. they parted on good terms but Bertholdt felt emotionally neglected by the time he left for Paradis. Bertholdt remembers him fondly, even so, and believes himself to have an irrevocable duty to him.
adult life !
OCCUPATION. warrior with the Warrior Unit of Marley, briefly employed as a soldier with the Paradisian Survey Corps
CURRENT RESIDENCE. survey corps barracks / warrior HQ living quarters
CLOSE FRIENDS. Reiner Braun, Marcel Galliard, Armin Arlert, Christa Lenz, Ymir
RELATIONSHIP STATUS. verse dependent!
FINANCIAL STATUS. fully dependent on his employers
DRIVER’S LICENSE. no; (acquires a license in 854)
CRIMINAL RECORD. terrorism, kidnapping, mass murder, other crimes
VICES. jealousy, insecurity
sex & romance !
SEXUAL ORIENTATION. bisexual
ROMANTIC ORIENTATION. biromantic
PREFERRED EMOTIONAL ROLE. submissive, supporting
PREFERRED SEXUAL ROLE. dominant, servicing
LOVE LANGUAGE. quality time, acts of service
LIBIDO. average, increases when affected by strong emotions
RELATIONSHIP TENDENCIES. he prefers something subtle and casual over bold gestures and declarations of love, as long a he knows he can rely on his partner and find in them a constant to ground him, he will move mountains for them.
THEME SONG. officially: apple seed & alternative drive; Achilles Come Down - Gang of Youths
HOBBIES TO PASS TIME. reading, drawing, spending time with friends
MENTAL ILLNESSES. post traumatic stress disorder (survivor’s guilt, depression, anxiety)
PHYSICAL ILLNESSES. none
LEFT OR RIGHT BRAINED. left
PHOBIAS. syringes, restraints
SELF CONFIDENCE LEVEL. confident in his physical abilities, appears to lack confidence when it comes to mental capabilities
VULNERABILITIES. deeply devoted to his comrades, explosive temper when stressed, lacks communication skills
TAGGED BY: @seggr (not really but still)
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Who I write:
Dead by Daylight
Who I write:
Hillbilly/Max Thompson Jr
Jeffrey “Jeff” Johansen
Who I write:
What I write
What I don’t write
Rules for Matchups
-Tell me if you want a matchup for slasher or Dead by Daylight Killer or Survivor
-Tell me enough about you, if I don’t have enough information about you I can’t do a matchup
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I write for:
Stuff with multiple slasher
Slashers with chubby s/o
Dead by Daylight
I write for:
Hillbilly/Max Thompson Jr
Jeffrey “Jeff” Johansen
Stuff with multiple Characters
Hillbilly/Max Thompson Jr
The Trickster with a chubby s/o
Jeffrey “Jeff” Johansen
Horror Game Characters
I write for:
Stuff with Multiple Charas:
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Our members have been asking for a lot of their co-stars lately and I’m going to name them for you below! So come bring some in for our lovely babes to have a good time with!
Females: Natalia Dyer, Hilarie Burton, Troian Bellisario, Bethany Joy Lenz, Freya Mavor, Abby Cowen, Gemme Chan, Leighton Meester, Karlie Kloss, Kristine Froseth, Chloe Bennet, Miley Cyrus, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Maika Monroe, Cara Delevingne, Stella Maxwell, Elle Fanning, Anya Taylor Joy, Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Morrison, Olivia Munn, Olivia Holt, Tessa Thompson, Rachel McAdams, Dianna Agron and Deborah Ann Woll.
Males: Chad Michael Murray, Jamie Dornan, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Paul Wesley, Michael Trevino, Anthony Mackie, Felix Mallard, Thomas Doherty, Charlie Heaton, Asa Butterfield, RDJ, Paul Rudd, Mark Ruffalo, Jordan Fisher, Kris Bryant, Sean Teale, Toby Regbo, Torrance Coombs, Casey Cott, Brant Daughtry, Scott Eastwood, Taron Egerton, Alexander Skarsgard, Tom Hiddleston, Dylan Sprouse and Ryan Gosling.
o que dizé, como citá?
da que soube começá
- a pioneria
primeira a se montá
o legado Vandford é conhecido
até no Amapá
subindo a ladeira
suando sem pará
cruzando a esquina
não sabia cumquia me depará
a Felix Montada
começou a me esmurrá
com bota preta de couro
diz que primeiro é seu lugá
Malina no quarto
só queria se montá
só não contava com a Felix
que o espelho ia roubá
mas no final, foram amigas
conseguiram chegá lá
afinal era o concurso miss gay
de juazeiro do norte, ceará
e todas queriam
o premio ganhá
mas a noite foi
da Seven brilhá
toda coberta de ouro
fez a inveja reiná
mas o que realmente importa
é quem vai botá
não posso esquecé
você vai lembrá
da pequena do bocão
a Colucci, a star
melhó não citá
mas blusa de rock e short jeans não podia faltá
tinha a Lenz, a Thoxy e a black barbie
ainda tem a glenda close?
a gente amava a da cor de chocolate
a verdade não sei
mas vou dizer a verdade
ela sempre foi drag
ela sempre fez arte
eu to falando da Chico André
- a do cropped
- não a Buarque
a que inventa moda
rainha da baitolage
João Trimilikiane e Chico Stralactatika, 01/2021
The 11 Kitchen Trends In 2021 That Are Both VERY Exciting And Totally User-Friendly
I decided it would be “fun” to read the intro of last year’s kitchen trend post before I started to write this one. Let’s just say it was “fun” in the same way that it’s fun to look back at your diary from highschool – comical, cringe-y, and you’re constantly thinking, “Oh baby, you don’t even KNOW what’s ahead of you.” HA. I think we can all say we did not under any circumstances know what was ahead of us. So because of our truly “unprecedented” 2020 year, it may or may not surprise you that a good amount of the predicted trends never really took off. Why? Well, the pandemic made us look at design differently. Comfort and real longevity were at the top of everyone’s list. Investing in things that were “hip” for the sakes of being cool felt and still feels quite literally like the least important thing in the world.
Sure we still want ideas that are new and exciting because if you are reading this post you too are a design lover. Don’t worry we have lots of ideas for you to sink your teeth into. But I think this post will be surprisingly refreshing in that it’s far more inspirational than aspirational. Kitchens are BIG this year and this year’s trends are far more doable which gives actual, tangible ideas (unlike some from years before… looking at you, cylinder hoods even though you were and are awesome).
Let me show you what I mean…
Floor to Ceiling Tiles: Subway Tile
design by patricia greene isen | photo by simon upton | via elle decor
Did I hear your heart skip a beat when you saw this photo?? Me too. This floor to ceiling, wall to wall zellige subway tiles are SUCH an impactful way to make a bold but timeless design choice. It has so much texture, is easy to clean (yes please), and is just really beautiful (plus paired with that black and white diamond floor your eyes just keep happily bouncing around.)
design by adam lippes | styled by carlos mota | photo by stephen kent johnson | via architectural digest
But zellige tiles might now be in your budget so even choosing a more traditional white subway tile can still be awesome. I love how Adam Lippes chose a darker grout for contrast and also tiled THE CEILING. I think the trick is to make sure that you either have another bold pattern on the floor like in the first photo or contrast the walls with a nice wood floor. That way your eye has a break and with wood flooring you get instant organic warmth.
design by mandy cheng design | photo by madeline tolle
But remember that you can use color too! I love how Mandy Cheng chose this green (still a favorite cabinet color amongst the design world) and flipped the tiles vertically. It’s excited without being “too in your face”. Also, those swings are also super cool.
P.S. Albie might have something cooking with this trend in mind:)
Floor to Ceiling Tiles: Non-Subway Tile
Subway tiles are a great and likely more affordable option but if you like to design even further outside of the box then don’t worry this section is for you.
design by bosco sodi | photo by alex krotkov | via architectural digest
Ok, I know these are technically the actual walls of this home but I love how these bricks bring so much organic material into this kitchen while still having an awesome pattern. Just an idea for those organic lovers:)
decorated by patrick mele | photo by miguel flores-vianna | via architectural digest
These tiles are busy but so beautiful and still feel classic. I think this would work best if you have an enclosed kitchen (aka not an open concept floorplan). That way you get your big pattern moment without having to look at it 24/7. Also, I would consider only using one, maybe two materials for your cabinets/countertop, like in the photo above. The simple stainless steel balances out the busyness of the pattern so it’s not too visually overwhelming.
design by rebecca gibbs design | photo by the good things | via domino
Now if small, detailed pattern isn’t your thing but you don’t want to do a simple subway, do something like this. Rebecca Gibbs decided to play with shapes instead of pattern and it really paid off. It’s beautiful, interesting but doesn’t overwhelm you.
Large Scale Diamond Flooring: Tiles
design by chiara de rege| photo by max burkhalter | via architectural digest
I think this is the biggest trend of the year (even outside of the kitchen). Well, the large scale diamond shapes at least. Well, get to more options in a minute. It’s truly the perfect pattern and size to be timeless, bring in a bold pattern, and contrast the size and shapes of small wall tiles. It’s the dream and I’m SO glad it’s back in full force.
design by polly harbison design and arent & pyke | styled by steve cordony | photo by anson smart | via yellowtrace
This example is a bit more of a modern take with its color and terrazzo secondary pattern (is that a real term?) It feels really formal at first glance, then gets a bit trendier as you look closer:)
Large Scale Diamond Flooring: Painted
design by landed interiors & homes | styled by cj sandgren | photo by haris kenjar | via the eye agency
EEE! This is might be my favorite version and if you are brave enough a VERY doable DIY. Emily has been eyeing this painted wood pattern for a minute and we really can’t get enough. It’s just so damn charming.
design by hilary robertson | photo by dana gallagher | via remodelista
Now, natural wood and white aren’t the only color options. You can do a classic black and white too. There are no rules. Heck, try a navy even!
Large Scale Diamond Flooring: Vinyl
left photo: design by medina grillo, photo by amvio photography | right photo: design by jordan ferney | photo by dane tashima | via domino
But for those of us who are renters, don’t have the funds, or just want to try before you buy, vinyl is always a great option and is affordable. These are two great current examples but let’s not forget Brady’s kitchen floor from three and a half years ago. See it’s completely timeless.
Large Scale Checkered Flooring
design by bridie hall | photo by paul massey | via house & garden
So while diamonds might be at the top of the 2021 trend list, checkered kitchen floors are next in line. I mean the checkered pattern has been exploding in general (I have been a huge fan) so why not put it on the floor?? Plus when it’s in a color it’s so happy.
design by adam bray | photo via the modern house | via remodelista
But when it’s in a soft black that’s also great. Again, no rules.
design by studio mcgee | photo by lucy call
What’s great about the checkered versus the diamond pattern is that checkered feels a bit more “modern” and/or “trendy”. So when you have a traditional style kitchen like the one Studio McGee designed above, the checks make it feel a little fresher and dare I say, more 2021:)
design by casa josephine | photo by mirta rojo
This trend, in my opinion, is completely informed by the pandemic and the need for a little more privacy. Here you get the illusion of privacy without completely shutting off your kitchen to the rest of your home. The best of both worlds, right??
design by crystal sinclair designs | photo by sean litchfield
Even if it’s just one window like in this kitchen above, you have the option of cooking in peace. Plus you also get a beautiful architectural moment. Accordion glass interiors windows? Yes, please.
design by sarah poniatowski | photo by nicolas mathéus | via architectural digest
With this example above, it gives us two ideas. 1. you can take an existing wall and add an interior window for more light and flow or 2. you can build a wall for more privacy but add an interior window for light and flow. That way it’s not completely closed off. It’s your house so play with all of your options.
Dark Stone Countertops With Medium Wood Toned Cabinets
design by commune design | photo by stephen kent johnson
We’ve talked about a lot of countertop/cabinetry combos in the past but have yet to dive into this one. Personally, I really love it. It continues the “warm toned” kitchen trend of last year but adds in the depth and dimension with the dark stone countertop. It’s pretty darn inviting, right?
design by a 1000 x better | photo by virtually here studios
This wood is slightly lighter but it still works. Had the wood been any lighter it wouldn’t have that same visual warmth. I think warmth and coziness are what we’ve been craving in our homes this past year in particular which is why I think this pairing is trending.
left photo: design by agnes rudzite interiors, photo by mikhail loskutov, via yellowtrace | right photo: design by brian w. ferry, photo by civilivn, via remodelista
These two photos not only sell it for me but also show its style versatility. I’m a big fan if you can’t tell.
Single Material Vertical Stove Backsplash
design by ysg studio | photo by prue ruscoe
This was one I asked Julie about. Sometimes you see something pop up that catches you off guard and you aren’t sure if you’ve been seeing it forever or if it feels new. Julie confirmed I wasn’t seeing things and that this vertical single material oven backsplash is indeed a 2021 trend. Look at that marble, it’s perfect.
design by phoebe nicol | photo by felix forest
It’s great because it’s simple, doable, and more cost-effective since you aren’t trying to cover an entire wall and you can use metals or tile.
design by sara and sohail zandi | photo by tim lenz | via clever
I really love it when it’s only behind the stove and there isn’t a border along the perimeter of the counter like in the photo above.
design by craig and katherine johnston | photo by james deck | styled by jackie brown | via the design files
However, a little border never hurt anyone because this tile situation is very sweet.
Mid Rise Single Slab Backsplash
design by sanders & king| photo by sharyn cairns | via est living
Ok, so I confirmed with Julie about this too. Two Libras are better than one!
With this backsplash trend, there is no need for multiple heights and subsequent cuts. All you need is one long low to mid-rise single slab piece. I love that it’s taller than the popular skinny trim backsplash but lower than the mid-wall version. The goldilocks of backsplashes if you will.
design by landed interiors & homes | photo by haris kenjar
See how it looks great in a traditional kitchen…
design by suzanne gorman | photo by prue ruscoe | via the design files
And a super modern one?? V.E.R.S.A.T.I.L.E.
design by devol kitchens
If I were doing a kitchen reno I would 100% create a range cubby. What is a range cubby you ask? Well, it’s a little (or large) structure in your kitchen that holds your range and hides your vent. So a total dream and can be totally customized.
design by jean stoffer design | photo by stoffer photography interiors
These rounded corners are perfect and I love the extra-wide counter space on either side of the range.
design by studio mcgee | photo by lucy call
This one is both modern and traditional and I love the counter to ceiling cabinets flanking the cubby. Such pretty clean lines.
via farrow & ball
What’s also great is that you can choose any shape of cubby you want! This one is so beautiful. I also love the teal cabinetry with the navy island together:)
design by and and and design and studio life/style| styled by kate flynn | photo by stephen kent johnson | via domino
This cubby is also very linear like a couple of the ones above but I think this kitchen just needs a moment in the sun. How pretty is it??? This is from the same designers that designed the kitchen with the round island from last year’s trend post. They are so talented.
Wood Cubby Accents
left photo: design by velinda hellen design, photo by sara ligorria-tramp, from: velinda’s first freelance client reveal | right photo: design by ginny macdonald design, styled by cj sandgren, photo by sara ligorria-tramp
Boy oh boy do we love a good wood accent and these are no exception. I think all of our jaws dropped to the floor when we saw Velinda’s first client project and those wood cubbies (and canned backing). So simple but such high impact. And then later last year, our other EHD alum, Ginny showed off one of her client projects with similar (but different) wood cubbies in the kitchen.
design by home studios | photo by brian ferry | via dezeen
The trick is for the wood to be a medium tone (sense a trend??) and for the wood to be about 2 inches thick. That way it adds visual warmth in a bolder way than if you used a thinner wood.
design by altereco design | photo by nikole ramsay | via dwell
They also need to look built-in and contrast with the colors and materials it’s next. If you’ve don’t that then you are all set.
The Kitchen Skirt
design by leanne ford | styled by kate berry | photo by nicole franzen | via domino
I always like to make sure that there’s at least one trend that doesn’t require a reno. For example, last year it was table lamps on countertops and the year before that one was kitchen mirrors (which is honestly also big this year…see above photo)
So this year, skirts are back. Leanne Ford’s new kitchen (above) is SO charming and that shirt most definitely adds to it. I love how a skirt can soften a kitchen. I’m actually planning on adding one in my kitchen this year:)
design and photo by carlos sánchez-garcía | via domino
Same goes for this kitchen. What a fun burst of pattern at what was probably a very affordable price (or could be:))
I also noticed in these two photos, they both have small tiled sink backsplashes. I am here for it! It’s so sweet and a great way to find and use cool vintage tiles since you don’t need a ton of them.
design and photo by studio laloc
I also like this slightly more refined skirt option. It’s on a brass bar with hooks so that the pleating is more unified. Plus that backsplash is also adorable.
The Single Shelf (The 2019 and 2020 ALL STAR)
design by amber interiors | photo by jess isaac
Em felt that the single shelf needed to be mentioned because it is still going STRONG. When Athena Calderone’s kitchen hit the internet at the end of 2018 all of our design hearts melted. Not only was the whole kitchen (well entire home) stunning but that single shelf was the star we all couldn’t get out of our heads. And it still lives on in various iterations like in Amber Lewis’ new kitchen above. Also, Sara’s new kitchen might have one of these beauties in it…coming soon:)
design by brigette romanek | via architectural digest x black interior designers network
Brigette Romanek even included one in her Iconic Home kitchen rendering. Man, I wish that beautiful kitchen could someday be built out for real.
design by studio mcgee
Studio McGee is also still a big fan. I mean it’s both beautiful and practical. Why wouldn’t she still be?
design by crystal sinclair designs | photo by sean litchfield
And our last example is that of Crystal Sinclare. She is SUPER talented and you all should check her out. Also, this is the same kitchen with the interior accordion windows. Very Athena inspired:)
So those are the 10 (plus 1) kitchen trends of 2021…so far. While we are all cautiously entering this new year, we are SO excited to see all of the insane creativity that is most definitely going to come out of it.
With all this said are any of you in the middle of or planning a kitchen reno? Are you implementing or now wanting to implement any of these ideas? Have you noticed any other kitchen specific trends? Let’s chat!
Love you, mean it.
Opening Photo Credits: Design by Landed Interiors & Homes | Styled by CJ Sandgren | Photo by Haris Kenjar | via The Eye Agency
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All 173 books I’ve read this year:
The Wild Robot by Peter Brown
Join the Resistance by Ben Acker
Beyond the Black Door by A.M. Strickland
The Best at It by Maulik Pancholy
The Brothers Synn by Victoria Light
Promposal by Rhonda Helms
Missing Pieces by Carly Ann West
The Otto Digmore Difference by Brent Hartinger
The Rules and Regulations for Mediating Myths & Magic by F.T. Lukens
Dog to the Rescue: Seventeen True Tales of Dog Heroism by Jeannette Sanderson
The Pearl by Geoffrey Knight
The Billionaire’s Boyfriend by Geoffrey Knight
Monster of the Week by F.T. Lukens
Let Me Show You by Becca Seymour
Maximillian Fly by Angie Sage
Night of Dangers by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos
Ice Wolves by Amie Kaufman
Waking Nightmare by Carly Anne West
Daybreak Bond by Megan Frazer Blakemore
The Importance of Being Wilde at Heart by R. Zamora Linmark
Mistakes Were Made by Stephan Pastis
The Seven Tales of Trinket by Shelley Moore Thomas
The Adventurers Guild by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos
The Accidental Hero by Matt Myklusch
The Disaster Days by Rebecca Behrens
Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse
The Stars and the Blackness Between Them by Junauda Petrus
The Rise of Kyoshi by F.C Yee
Scorch Dragons by Amie Kaufman
Martin McLean, Middle School Queen by Alyssa Zaczek
The Boyfriend Game by Stella Starling
The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen
The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper
The Magnolia Sword: A Ballad of Mulan by Sherry Thomas
Arcana by Jessica Leake
Well That Was Awkward by Rachel Vail
Drum Roll, Please by Lisa Jenn Bigelow
Spellbound by Allie Therin
Greenglass House by Kate Milford
Game Changer by Rachel Reid
The Playbook: 52 Rules to Aim, Shoot, and Score in This Game Called Life by Kwame Alexander
The Crossover by Kwame Alexander
Booked by Kwame Alexander
Rebound by Kwame Alexander
Swing by Kwame Alexander
Camp Shady Crook by Lee Gjertsen Malone
19 Love Songs by David Levithan
A Gentleman Never Keeps Score by Cat Sebastian
Rick by Alex Gino
Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan
Solo by Kwame Alexander
Lock In by John Scalzi
Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T.S. Eliot
How They Met, and Other Stories by David Levithan
A High Five for Glenn Burke by Phil Bildner
Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales
King and the Dragonflies by Kacen Callender
In the Role of Brie Hutchens... by Nicole Melleby
Middle School’s a Drag, You Better Werk by Greg Howard
Wayside School Beneath the Cloud of Doom by Louis Sachar
The Extremely High Tide! by Kir Fox
Spellhacker by M.K. England
Head On by John Scalzi
This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story by Kheryn Callender
The Haunting of Tram Car 015 by P. Djèlí Clark
The Black God’s Drum by P. Djèlí Clark
Date Me, Bryson Keller by Kevin van Whye
We Were Promised Spotlights by Lindsay Sproul
The Ordinary Princess by M.M. Kaye
The First Rule of Punk by Celia C. Perez
Frat Boy and Toppy by Anne Tenino
The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
With the Fire on High by Elisabeth Acevedo
Future Fake Husband by Kate Hawthorne
The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa
The Tail of Emily Windsnap by Liz Kessley
The Only Black Girls in Town by Brandy Colbert
Lintang and the Pirate Queen by Tamara Moss
The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune
My Fair Brady by K.C. Wells
Stay Gold by Tobly McSmith
Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman
The Disaster by M.K. England
Two Rogues Make a Right by Cat Sebastian
The One and Only Bob by Katherine Applegate
Pretty by Justin Sayre
The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar
The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris
If We Were Us by K.L. Walther
Kenzie Kickstarts a Team by Kit Rosewater
So You Want to Be a Wizard by Diane Duane
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The Wolf at the Door by Charlie Adhara
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Dead By Daylight headcannons!
Hello everyone. I’m kinda new to tumblr, and well I’m unsure we’re to start. So I decided I’d do headcannons to get a good start. I know this is subtle, but yeah. I plan to do more, (like implement AUs, other fandoms, etc), but I don’t want to do that right now. I guess enjoy this for right now.
Characters (That I will mainly do)
(NOTE: I will do the others, however they won’t be as common as the ones in the list. Thank you.)
Anna (The Huntress)
Michael Myers (The Shape)
Sally Smithson (The Nurse)
Lisa Sherwood (The Hag)
Bubba Sawyer (The Cannibal)
Freddy Krueger (The Nightmare)
Amanda Young (The Pig)
Jeffrey Hawk (The Clown)
Rin Yamaoka (The Spirit)
Frank, Julie, Susie, and Joey (The Legion)
Adiris (The Plague)
Danny Johnson (Ghostface)
Pyramidhead (The Executioner)
Other people (not in game)
Rob Zombie Michael Myers
Other characters too. Depends on who you’re asking for.
What I will do:
What I won’t do:
Weird fetishes (You should know the ones)
And other things that make me uncomfortable
Thank you for reading this!
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