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The Witch’s House: The Diary of Ellen: Chapter 4, “A Girl Who Was Loved”

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The Diary of Ellen is a book by Fummy based on his RPG Maker horror game The Witch’s House. It tells the story of Ellen prior to the game.

This is Chapter 4, “A Girl Who Was Loved.” There are five chapters in total. You can start from the beginning here.

I encourage you to buy the book for yourself. (Amazon) Supporting Fummy is always good, and there are some really nice illustrations by Oguchi, who did the cover.

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hahayama:

52 Hinata Shoyou icons!

  • 145x150 and 150x150 icons (?????? idk)
  • like/reblog if use!

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more under the cut!

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faroucherevolutionaires:

tumblr, let’s be honest: your study habits are bringing us all down, because we are all rooting for you. I know studying can be tedious, but its the only way to dominating a subject. So here, let me share some tips I’ve gathered for safe healthy studying.

  1. Always study somewhere with enough light, and enough ventilation. Your brain needs oxygen to work properly, and lack of light will make you feel tired more easily.
  2. Don’t use food or tumblr as incentive. You can use tumblr as a short break, but please don’t use any social media site or, worse, food as an incentive to keep studying. It will make you develop an unconscious dependency to any of both.
  3. Never study hungry, and always have some fresh cold liquid to hydrate yourself. It is proven our attention and productivity is better when we are hydrated, try iced tea or water - no soft drinks or sodas, and drink a min. of two litres of water per day, try with three. If you are dehydrated you’ll get tired more quickly. You need calories for your brain to work, so eat something BUT, don’t eat to heavy meals or greasy/sugary food. Try something with fiber, try fruits, but don’t feast yourself because you need your blood on your brain, not in your tummy trying to make digestion.
  4. Take 20 min power naps once in a while. Unless you are really tired and then take a 90 min nap because that’s a full rem cycle. 20 minutes naps boost you because you rest, but never go into deep rem cycles so you don’t wake up drowsy. Take one every two hours, for example, or before changing from one subject to another (also, i’ve also read in studies that you assimilate what you’ve read better before sleeping).
  5. Over achieve within your limits. This means you dream big little bug, but know your limits well. Be honest with yourself: are you really tired or are you trying to procrastinate your way into this task? Your education is important, and leaving it behind because you are afraid to fail won’t take you anywhere: you can do this. Don’t try to fool yourself believing you’ll be able to learn that 500 pages book from one day to another. If you are a serious and avid procrastinator plan ahead. In fact, always plan ahead. Use your time well and read by bits, if you organise your studying methods you’ll have more time for yourself.
  6. Don’t overwork yourself. Most people’s attention span doesn’t go beyond twenty or thirsty minutes, so once in a short while stretch your neck a bit and take a deep breath.
  7. Don’t listen to music if it distracts you
  8. Jog or walk around a bit. I know most of us aren’t so keen on exercise, but sometimes you get distracted too easily because you have too much unused physical energy, or have been sitting in the same position for too long. Stretch a bit! Find a favourite yoga position and do it! I do the salute to the sun, and it really does the trick. Think of it this way: when you wake up you stretch, if you are feeling a little bit drowsy but don’t need the sleeping, stretch! It’ll trick your mind.
  9. Avoid heat. Don’t freeze yourself, no need to face the westerosi winter here, but condensed heat makes you drowsy. Which brings me back to point one, and point 3 - cool water or liquid will keep you a bit more alert.
  10. TWENTY MINUTES OF STUDYING AND THEN THREE HOURS OF TUMBLR IS NOT A REWARD. IF ANYTHING IT’S A RETROGRESSION IN ALL THAT YOU ACHIEVED IN THOSE TWENTY MINUTES. YOU ARE A BADASS SCHOLAR VIKING PIRATE DRAGON PERSON AND STOP BRINING YOURSELF DOWN WITH NEGATIVE THOUGHTS LIKE “UGH I HAVE SO MUCH WORK TO DO YET”, REVERSE THAT SHITTY THOUGHT AND THINK “LOOK AT THAT IMPROVEMENT! I HAVE ALL THAT BIT LESS TO READ NOW, LOOK HOW FAR I’VE COME/HOW FAR I’M GETTING”. YOU CAN DO THIS, YOU ARE INVINCIBLE AND YOU CAN DESTROY ANYTHING.
  11. Highlight, take notes, make maps. Anything that helps you remember what you’ve been reading. If your study material is too long, try to make a recap or an abstract before moving on to the next chapter so you can apply what you’ve already been learning.
  12. BE HUMBLE. Admit to yourself you don’t have all the answers, and that you weren’t born knowing. Accepting vulnerability won’t make you weak, but strong, because then you only can improve. Even if you are taking the most seemingly useless lecture take it as precious. More overly, make yourself want to study, repeat yourself everyday you can learn more, and you can be better, and you are taking one step at a time, but you’ll get there. Always remember a wise man can learn more. And even if your professor is an asshole, you’ll be learning something: what do you have to do not to be an asshole. 

Root for yourself, be your biggest fan, treat yourself like you treat your favourite character. Be a warrior.

ivanebeoulve:

adventuresintimeandspace:

Here are some scientific facts about blood loss for all you psychopaths writers out there.

yeah, for writting..

tamireli:

Where I am is still Thursday, but here we go anyway…

AkaKuro Week: Day 1

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99 legal sites to download literature

bookgeekconfessions:

The Classics

Browse works by Mark Twain, Joseph Conrad and other famous authors here.

  1. Classic Bookshelf: This site has put classic novels online, from Charles Dickens to Charlotte Bronte.
  2. The Online Books Page: The University of Pennsylvania hosts this book search and database.
  3. Project Gutenberg: This famous site has over 27,000 free books online.
  4. Page by Page Books: Find books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and H.G. Wells, as well as speeches from George W. Bush on this site.
  5. Classic Book Library: Genres here include historical fiction, history, science fiction, mystery, romance and children’s literature, but they’re all classics.
  6. Classic Reader: Here you can read Shakespeare, young adult fiction and more.
  7. Read Print: From George Orwell to Alexandre Dumas to George Eliot to Charles Darwin, this online library is stocked with the best classics.
  8. Planet eBook: Download free classic literature titles here, from Dostoevsky to D.H. Lawrence to Joseph Conrad.
  9. The Spectator Project: Montclair State University’s project features full-text, online versions of The Spectator and The Tatler.
  10. Bibliomania: This site has more than 2,000 classic texts, plus study guides and reference books.
  11. Online Library of Literature: Find full and unabridged texts of classic literature, including the Bronte sisters, Mark Twain and more.
  12. Bartleby: Bartleby has much more than just the classics, but its collection of anthologies and other important novels made it famous.
  13. Fiction.us: Fiction.us has a huge selection of novels, including works by Lewis Carroll, Willa Cather, Sherwood Anderson, Flaubert, George Eliot, F. Scott Fitzgerald and others.
  14. Free Classic Literature: Find British authors like Shakespeare and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, plus other authors like Jules Verne, Mark Twain, and more.

Textbooks

If you don’t absolutely need to pay for your textbooks, save yourself a few hundred dollars by reviewing these sites.

  1. Textbook Revolution: Find biology, business, engineering, mathematics and world history textbooks here.
  2. Wikibooks: From cookbooks to the computing department, find instructional and educational materials here.
  3. KnowThis Free Online Textbooks: Get directed to stats textbooks and more.
  4. Online Medical Textbooks: Find books about plastic surgery, anatomy and more here.
  5. Online Science and Math Textbooks: Access biochemistry, chemistry, aeronautics, medical manuals and other textbooks here.
  6. MIT Open Courseware Supplemental Resources: Find free videos, textbooks and more on the subjects of mechanical engineering, mathematics, chemistry and more.
  7. Flat World Knowledge: This innovative site has created an open college textbooks platform that will launch in January 2009.
  8. Free Business Textbooks: Find free books to go along with accounting, economics and other business classes.
  9. Light and Matter: Here you can access open source physics textbooks.
  10. eMedicine: This project from WebMD is continuously updated and has articles and references on surgery, pediatrics and more.

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Kagerou Project: Haruka Kokonose

chitosekurosu:

Icon Count: 57 

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rerylikes:

Dining Etiquette Around The World, an infographic by Restaurant Choice

via Feel Design

are these relevant or clichés to you?

1 week ago 84,288 notes via coconi © rerylikes

Message of ask in Japanese

kasutera:

doshu:

This is just one example. And, I am not good at English.

I’m sorry if my English is hard to understand…

It is very good If you send the URL of my blog with the message. 

Please tell myself things to the author. It’s very important. So one to feel very fear is “Do not know who is you”.

Please send a message if you want to know other ask message.

I shall be happy if I can be of any help, thank you ;)

もし、日本語すらおかしい場合は本当に申し訳ありません。その場合は指摘してくださると嬉しいです……;;

  • こんにちは。いきなりのメッセージ失礼します。あなたの絵を他の人に紹介したいのですが、私のブログに掲載してもいいですか?
    (Hello. I’m sorry to send a message suddenly. I want to introduce in my blog a your art. Are you sure I want to post a your art in my blog?)
  • こんにちは。いきなりのメッセージ失礼します。あなたの絵を私のアイコンに使いたいのですが、使用してもよろしいでしょうか?(Hello. I’m sorry to send a message suddenly. I want to use my icon the your art. Are you sure I want to use a your art in my icon?)
  • こんにちは。いきなりのメッセージ失礼します。あなたの漫画を翻訳して私のブログに載せたいのですが、よろしいでしょうか?(Hello. I’m sorry to send a message suddenly. I want to translate the cartoon you drew. And I want to post it on my blog. Do you allow it?)

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It takes about 5 seconds of your time to copy and paste one of those messages and send it to the artist.

It takes 5 hours or more (usually more) to create a full-colour illustration.

Remember, artists have the final say over where their work gets shared and how their work is used. Always ask permission first.

1 week ago 6,811 notes via zanmetsun © nemui-doshu

toomanyducttapetoomanyrope:

oh my god i was looking everywhere for this the other day and i couldn’t find it anywhere so glad it came back