“He breathed out and settled in the feeling of being himself, of being something whole.”
“He couldn’t make fire in his palms or change his shape, but the fae had made a mistake when they’d used human technology to come after humankind. This was his magic.”
“Whatever is spoken in the forest cannot be unsaid, lying can be just as dangerous as the truth, names hold power, and the most dangerous of predators used words that were coated with honey.”
Originally posted on ACELAUREN:
This post is heavily inspired by the recent musical episode of The Flash, which was a crossover with Supergirl. Just to clear something up this is not a review of this episode but rather my take on a popular trope that found it’s way into this episode’s plot. This trope is…
“Sometimes it’s about thunder, and sometimes it’s about the pale horses who thrash the sea into storm, and sometimes it’s about gunfire opening your heart.”
“Without my embarrassment, my sadness, my fear, what did I have left? I closed my eyes. What if the things I was trying to let go of were things I was supposed to carry? What if they were all I had?”
Sequel to Chameleon Moon, in which LGBT/disabled/polyamorous/asexual/neurodivergent people survive a hellish nightmare permanently-burning quarantined city. Emphasis on Not Just Survive, but Live, and Basically Be Amazing. Full of hope, love, and rock n’roll. OwnVoices, and Rebelliously Optimistic in the midst of Dystopia.
AND NOW BOOK 2, WITH ADDED MOTORCYCLE ROAD TRIPS ACROSS POISON WASTELANDS AND GHOST DRAGONS!