Day off today, and I am absolutely thrilled about it. There are lots of writing-related projects and ideas in my head right now, too many to keep up with, but I’m doing my best. Here’s what I’m currently focusing on:
Wavesongs: Plotting, plotting, plotting. And after that I need to do research, and more plotting. I’m really looking forward to the actual writing, but I won’t get ahead of myself this time.
Entertaining the Sombrevilles: I need to do something with it, because it’s basically finished. Still pondering this.
Erotic short stories: I have a lot of these by now. What to do about them?
I’m totally absorbed by books and words right now, and I love it. Working on a story, or reading a great book, is the best feeling in the world.
On another note, I watched Crimson Peak recently and oh my God, Tom Hiddleston. ❤ I haven’t given him much thought before but boy, is he amazing. And handsome. Very handsome. Why aren’t there more movies like that? I’m so, so weak for anything gothic. I’d love to write gothic gay fiction stories because that combination would be simply divine.
I don’t collect ball jointed dolls (yet…) but I have a few favourite bjd manufacturers and Souldoll is one of them, together with Iplehouse. I could browse their websites for hours, seriously. So many beautiful details! It wouldn’t surprise me if I have a room filled with dolls by the time I retire 😉
Well, no – of course there are lots of het couples that I absolutely adore. But I usually don’t feel the same way about het couples that I do about gay couples – there’s just not the same amount of fangirling and general craziness.
But rules must always have exceptions, yes?
I have too many feels just looking at this picture. Too many feels ;_; And if it wasn’t for the fact that the rest of that show turned bad after the second season I would watch it over and over and over again.
There are so many great LGBTQ movies out there. Here are a few that I would recommend to anyone looking for a touching and interesting m/m love story:
- Weekend (2011) – This is an amazing, tender portrayal of two men and their growing feelings for each other during one intense weekend. Absolutely beautiful.
- Maurice (1987) – A classic gay movie based on E. M. Forster’s novel, featuring Hugh Grant, James Wilby and Rupert Graves. Sweet and romantic and perfectly British.
- Beautiful Thing (1996) – Love between two working class boys in a British suburb. Awfully cute story that will make you smile.
- Ai no Kotodama (2008) – A Japanese movie about two boys who face trouble in their relationship when one of them has to deal with jealousy. Not the best movie ever, quality-wise, but the boys are cute.
There are, of course, lots of others – most gay-themed movies seem to have sad endings, though, and there’s always lots of death and drugs and misery. Which is sad, and I hope there will be less angst and more happily-ever-afters for on-screen LGBTQ couples/characters in the future.
I really want to watch Tel Aviv (Out in the Dark) (2012), but I’m afraid it’s going to be sad and angsty and make me feel bad after I’ve watched it… Does anyone know what it’s like?