redhead • editor • traveller • expat • rarely seen without coffee and glasses • essentially a mix of combeferre and bahorel, in tall boots

Apr 20

A Remembrance of Locks Past 7 :: A Summer of Scuff, Scruff, Scruff 2013. [1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6]

I don’t remember if I linked to this around the time it happened, but even if so, can’t hurt to do it again :: June 23 of last year, Killian was one of Josh Groban’s backup singers for his concert in Dublin; he’s first visible (and oh yes, rather audible from then on out) at around 2:42 in this rendition of the song ‘Brave.’ Lots and lots of points here for the Tummypat of Nerves Settling and the brief Earnest Eye Contact with Lead Singer; several more points just for the outfit, mm hmm.


les misérables movie meme

six outfits: combeferre’s blue coat (1/6)

ART HISTORY MEME || [5/6] themes or series or subjects: Boats/ships

(via arr0manches)


Courfeyrac and Combeferre, at the barricade.


Courfeyrac and Combeferre, at the barricade.

86% actual Bahorel getting to the heart of matters for city dwellers, while Potato as ever brings it back around to the chocolate.

sashaatthebarricade asked: Two words that come to mind are evocative and emotional -- evocative of places and times and people, and full of emotion that is never cheap or maudlin but so wonderfully true. :)

Oh, that is lovely to hear, and just what I aim for, thank you thank you. *handmotions* <3

crazyinjune asked: Right so first of all your writing style is actually one of my favorites to read and I don't exactly know how to describe it but so often present tense is used in action heavy narratives. Your use of it combined with description heavy narrative peppered with dialogue gives your writing a kind of intimacy that is infinitely warm yet never fails to perfectly encapsulate the ever present tension that hangs over your characters. And it's something I've not seen anyone else do and I really admire it.

Now look what you’ve done; I’m becoming emotional. I am thrilled you’re getting from my writing exactly what I want to convey (and recognizing exactly how I’m trying to get there and with what tools, wow); how lovely of you to say so, and in such a wonderful explanation, thank you so much.

bloomsbumyst asked: Stream-of-consciousness like. :)

Every day I praise sundry deities for the semicolon, it’s true. :) Thank you, I can live with that description of my writing, actually!

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