if you go to a certain bar in a certain part of georgia, and if you take a seat near the back of the room where a man with steady hands and sad eyes sits, and if you wait long enough, you’ll hear a story of the stars, and the man who shined brighter than any of them.

and there’ll be a few moments when the story pauses, or repeats itself, but it’s worth it, to hear of the man with the golden hair and the galaxy in his eyes.

and then it’ll trail off and you’ll sit there for a while trying to figure out what happened to that bright young man, because no one that bright and beautiful could just stop, but the story teller never tells the ending of the man he used to know, he just shakes his head and fiddles with the ring on his finger.

and then you’ll ask “but what about you?”

and the story teller will smile his broken little smile and he’ll finish his drink and he’ll say;

"all i got left is my bones."

so happy that white collar finally addressed neal’s sociopathic tendencies 

FOREVER EVIL - A.R.G.U.S. #1 (2013)

good to go on this end. The rest is up to you.


"Think you can handle me, Kid?"

 For Daunt who over a year ago drew some fantastic McKirk pieces like this. They kicked me back into Star Trek fandom and i’ve never been happier. Always wanted to draw her something, and well a year later *coughssoslowcoughs* I did.

 i have returned purely to procrastinate writing for nano


Hey everyone! As NaNoWriMo approaches, and the month of November itself, I thought it would be a good idea to put together a masterpost of tips, techniques, and preparation exercises. I did not make any of the content listed below myself, so credit goes directly to the respective content creators. Happy writing, and remember- keep your head up. It’s not about quality, it’s about finishing. You got this. Good luck.