Kestrel's Nest: Original Slash Fiction

A home for all your m/m romance needs. Literoticism. Q&A, drabbles, short-stories, and updates on current writing projects.

Jeff The Killer: Remix

l1k3gh0sts:

by l1k3gh0sts

Do you ever wonder why people are the way they are? Why they do the things they do and say the things they say? I don’t. But I used to! Oh I used to wonder about it all the time….I never really understood people you see - not even my family - but that’s because I’m broken. Mmh…Mommy never said broken though. She said special. Me! Special! B-but you know what? Special is just a nice word for broken.

Broken doesn’t mean dumb though. Or stupid. I’m plenty smart. They even let me into college, you know? I got good grades in school, even if I didn’t understand people. The teachers let me do my work alone, a

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Hey so I wrote a thing for my friend and her horror-buddies. It’s not my usual style, but I think it’s pretty decent for knocking it out in a few hours.

A remixed version of Jeff the Killer - I’ve never read the story, but l1k3 described the plot to me, and I decided to have a go at it.

Enjoy. :)

vain-flower:

Recently started a new job, and money is a bit tight, so I’m opening up commissions.  

Send me an ask if you’re interested!

And even if you’re not looking to commission me, I would appreciate if you could spread the word

(via skartoargento)

ultimate-me:

aileine:

Smile like you mean it.

They say corporal Levi could smile upon finding a good cleaning utensil.

God damn it, now everyone knows our secret!

GUESS HOW MANY BONERS ARE IN THIS PICTURE

dnight1989 asked: Just wanted 2 say i reread Black Feathers for the 20th time i love ur writing and with i could even be a 3rd as good as u ~loving fan

Aww you are such a sweetheart!! You can definitely be as good as me with practice! Write every day! Write even when you hate your own writing, because you’re your own worst critic. Keep a notebook in your purse or pocket and write stories on the bus or when you’re waiting for a meal. Take constructive criticism with a grain of salt, and ignore the naysayers. I have been writing almost every day for the past fifteen years, and I’m just now to the point where I have a novel I’m going to try to get published. It’s a long road full of joy and anguish, but every day is an adventure. Thank YOU for reminding me that my stories touch people. You make it all worthwhile. <3

-Kestrel

victoriousvocabulary:

DEVALL
[verb] 
to sink; to decline.
Etymology: from Middle English devalen “to descend, sink”, from Middle French devaler, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin devallare, from Latin de “down, away” + (assumed) -vallare, from Latin valles, vallis “valley”.
[Miranda Meeks]

victoriousvocabulary:

DEVALL

[verb]

to sink; to decline.

Etymology: from Middle English devalen “to descend, sink”, from Middle French devaler, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin devallare, from Latin de “down, away” + (assumed) -vallare, from Latin valles, vallis “valley”.

[Miranda Meeks]

(via queen-bunny-bunny)

Dicks

I like dicks. But sometimes I look at my dash and say “… Shit, that’s a lot of dicks.” Like… how many dicks does one person really need to look at on a daily basis? Is there a recommended quota of dick-viewing that shouldn’t be exceeded? My dash is pretty much the dickpocalypse. Dicks have reached critical mass. Send help.

attention all vegetarians

peachtml:

a lot of people don’t know that mcdonalds fries contain beef in them and mcdonalds has been sued a long time ago for this but it’s still happening!!

the company says the “natural flavor” on the fries include beef flavoring

the official ingredients on the mcdonalds website for their french fries specifically says “natural beef flavoring”

even if you’re not a vegetarian or already know this, please reblog this and let people know 

This vegetarian thanks you for this.

…. Not that I go to McDonald’s any more anyways. But still.

(via lookwhatyouhavedanetome)

lessthanthreepress:

SEPTEMBER 2014 FEATURED AUTHOR: A.F. HENLEY

LT3′s featured author for September 2014 is A.F. Henley. Henley’s emotion- and romance-driven works span contemporary, historical, and paranormal. Check out A.F. Henley’s work here, and use coupon code HENLEY during checkout to save 20% on all of Henley’s work (anthologies included)!

(Coupon is good through the month of September and can be used on preorders, ebooks, and paperbacks. Collection bundles are not included.)

One of my favs. Go check them out!

(via afhenley)