i know my book is clichéd
i'm just ur local antisocial author. i spend too much time with my cat and eat a lot of sour cream and onion chips
✨call me tay✨
•also i'm not a girl (gender-neutral pronouns if you use them, please)
•gryffindor (alternatively: dumbass)
•proud parent of a great cat who's sometimes an asshole but that's okay
•vendetta against capital letters
•an unapologetic slut for cuddles
•i play my ukulele and write on the internet. that's about it.
on hiatus. big sorry to all of you who have supported me and my writing consistently. i appreciate all of you and i'll return as soon as i feel okay enough to do so.
i answer all of my private messages! (even on hiatus!) i love people but i'm only good at interacting with them over the internet, so please feel free to talk to me.
i have severe mental illness that can take away my joy and motivation for periods of time, which makes it really hard to write. please be understanding and patient.
if you comment regularly i can promise you that i've already creeped on your profile
real-life queer fiction to read:
🔅Simon vs. the Homo Sapien's Agenda
-the way i feel about him is like a heartbeat-soft and persistent, underlying everything
-i'm just so sick of straight people who can't get their shit together
'what you are is a fucking tragedy, simon snow. you literally couldn't be a bigger mess.'
'and you like that?'
'i love it.'
'because we match.'
🔅The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue
-the great tragic love story of percy and me is neither great nor truly a love story, and is tragic only for its single-sidedness
-love may be a grand thing, but god damn it if it doesn't take up more than its fair share of space inside a man
- definitely not the closet
- JoinedJune 19, 2017