Make a book jacket with the title ‘How to Bury the Bodies: Getting Away with Murder and Other Atrocious Crimes’ and put it over any book you’re reading. Nod and make thoughtful noises frequently.
No one will ever bother you in public again.
The face claims of Mei and Noelle, the main characters of my new story. They’re not girlfriends, but their size difference is still squeal worthy.
Mei: Yui Aragaki
Noelle: Noemie Lenoir
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my dear, if I know you (and I would like to think I know you well), you have the capacity to put your mind at work and turn anything into a shining piece of art. you can do it, I believe in you.
I’ll do it for you, my dashing husband.
To answer sagelylegs question from the other night (which I just now saw, sorry boo), I’m writing this series of shorts that follow the misadventures of a girl named Mei, who possesses the Sight. The Sight gives her the ability to see faeries, goblins, and other Fey creatures for what they truly are. Sometimes it’s a blessing, most times it’s a curse.
Mei works in a hole-in-the-wall coffee shop alongside her best friend and confidant, Noelle, the only mortal to know about Mei’s abilities. Noelle herself is something of a psychic, able to sense and occasionally see spirits and other strange phenomenon. Both girls are often assisted by a sylph named Caelestis, a hobgoblin name Morty, a troll-like creature named Tinkerbell, and a mysterious being named Siofra, who never takes the same shape twice. Mei keeps close contact with the Seelie Court, the “good guys” of the Faerie realm, who keep her protected in exchange for favors. This doesn’t seem to stop the servants of the Unseelie Court, the “bad guys”, from bothering her, however.
The stories aren’t necessarily connected. They all play out like slice-of-life episodes. Some cover Mei and Noelle’s adventures among the Fey, others cover their lives as mortal women trying to be as normal as they can be. A few even explore the lives of their friends, who have been banished to the mortal realm for a variety of reasons.
I still have no idea what I’ll call them, but I’m definitely open to ideas.
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oh no, I’m really sorry! sometimes my tumblr gobbles messages and usually I’m on mobile so I can’t always reply to direct replies on posts! Sorry about that.
True facts. Same reason I seem like I’m a bigger butthead than I already am.