Miss Prince's place

Sep 12

haliasjane:

inbetweenfictionandreality:

"I waited too long to read the sequel, and now I can’t even remember the characters."

                                                                                            A novel by me

"I read the whole series in less than two days, and now can’t separate the events of individual books" the thrilling sequel

"I got frustrated by the final boss, put it down for a year, and now have to play from the beginning again because I have no idea what the plot was."

-The video game adaptation no one asked for or wanted

(via literaryreference)

Sep 07

sakurawars:

心躍らせろ by まみず

Subaru! :D

sakurawars:

心躍らせろ by まみず

Subaru! :D

(via literaryreference)

Sep 06

Paradise - Miss_Prince - Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? | Is the Order a Rabbit? (Cocoa/Chino) -

I wrote a thing! A thing about cute moe girls having dumb survival adventures on an island! And it’s the longest thing I’ve ever published…

Sep 01

oeilvert:

I’M A SOLDIER NOT SOME LOVE-STARVED TWIT

oeilvert:

I’M A SOLDIER NOT SOME LOVE-STARVED TWIT

(Source: moguri, via stealthnoodle)

Aug 30

mlp-merch:

Build-a-Bear Celestia Plush Revealed!
http://www.mlpmerch.com/2014/08/princess-celestia-build-bear-plush.html

aaaaa she’s so cute!

mlp-merch:

Build-a-Bear Celestia Plush Revealed!

http://www.mlpmerch.com/2014/08/princess-celestia-build-bear-plush.html

aaaaa she’s so cute!

(via some-red-herring)

Aug 24

feshippingconfessions:

“I have a lot of trouble deciding S-Supports for the kids because I’m convinced most of them are gay.”

Truth.

feshippingconfessions:

I have a lot of trouble deciding S-Supports for the kids because I’m convinced most of them are gay.”

Truth.

nyamcattt:

i wanted to draw food but i also wanted to draw yukamitsu but i don’t have much time so i drew them all together. and a bonus (   ͡°  ͜ʖ  ͡°)

nyamcattt:

i wanted to draw food but i also wanted to draw yukamitsu but i don’t have much time so i drew them all together. and a bonus (   ͡°  ͜ʖ  ͡°)

(via stealthnoodle)

Aug 23

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Aug 22

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* People You Should Know
(AND) LGBTQ* Books To Keep On Your Radar
Colonel Sir Victor Barker D.S.O 1895 - 1960
 - Earliest documentation of Baker’s life recognizes him by the name Valerie Arkell-Smith 
- Early documentation/recordings report of Baker’s dysphoria and desire to be recognized as male
- (Arguably, due to societal pressure) Married twice to two different men ; the later marriage producing two children
- In 1923, he began to express a more masculine recognized dress and presented as male going by the name Victor Baker.
 - Baker went on to marry Ms. Hayward   
**most likely with illegal documentation
-  Received a letter marked to Mr. Baker in 1926 to join the National Fascisti  (an anti-communist league which was loosely based on the British Fascisti)
- Trained young men in fencing and boxing
- Went on to become Colonel Victor Baker
- Baker was arrested later in life for forged documents and bankruptcy
- Some documentation shows that Baker later joined a side-show
- Died under the name Geoffrey Norton
Book: Colonel Baker’s Monstrous Regiment: A Tale of Female Husbandry — By Rose Collins
Synopsis:In an England devastated by the terrible losses of World War I, Colonel Victor Barker was a rare man indeed. Dashing, well-respected, with impeccable manners, he was a model gentleman. His wife was proud of his good breeding and fine looks, and his young son worshiped him as a war hero. But beneath the army uniform Barker hid an astounding secret. In 1929, following a sensational trial, the good colonel was sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment. For Colonel Barker was, in fact, a woman. Her real name was Valerie Lilias Arkell-Smith, the most infamous “man-woman” of them all. Among Rose Collis’ books are A Trouser-Wearing Character, K.D. Lang, and The Mammoth Book of Lesbian Erotica. …Shrink

Barker. It’s BARKER, not Baker. It’s correct in the bold but not anywhere else, but it’s there in the caption and the actual title of the book linked at the end if you click through.
Not that it’s a personal pet peeve or anything.

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* People You Should Know

(AND) LGBTQ* Books To Keep On Your Radar

Colonel Sir Victor Barker D.S.O 1895 - 1960

 - Earliest documentation of Baker’s life recognizes him by the name Valerie Arkell-Smith 

- Early documentation/recordings report of Baker’s dysphoria and desire to be recognized as male

- (Arguably, due to societal pressure) Married twice to two different men ; the later marriage producing two children

- In 1923, he began to express a more masculine recognized dress and presented as male going by the name Victor Baker.

 - Baker went on to marry Ms. Hayward  

**most likely with illegal documentation

-  Received a letter marked to Mr. Baker in 1926 to join the National Fascisti  (an anti-communist league which was loosely based on the British Fascisti)

- Trained young men in fencing and boxing

- Went on to become Colonel Victor Baker

- Baker was arrested later in life for forged documents and bankruptcy

- Some documentation shows that Baker later joined a side-show

- Died under the name Geoffrey Norton

Book: Colonel Baker’s Monstrous Regiment: A Tale of Female Husbandry — By Rose Collins

Synopsis:In an England devastated by the terrible losses of World War I, Colonel Victor Barker was a rare man indeed. Dashing, well-respected, with impeccable manners, he was a model gentleman. His wife was proud of his good breeding and fine looks, and his young son worshiped him as a war hero. But beneath the army uniform Barker hid an astounding secret. In 1929, following a sensational trial, the good colonel was sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment. For Colonel Barker was, in fact, a woman. Her real name was Valerie Lilias Arkell-Smith, the most infamous “man-woman” of them all. Among Rose Collis’ books are A Trouser-Wearing Character, K.D. Lang, and The Mammoth Book of Lesbian Erotica. …Shrink

Barker. It’s BARKER, not Baker. It’s correct in the bold but not anywhere else, but it’s there in the caption and the actual title of the book linked at the end if you click through.

Not that it’s a personal pet peeve or anything.

(via literaryreference)