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  • Listening to: the Soundtrack of "Hamilton" on endless repeat
  • Reading: City of Bones
  • Watching: Shadowhunters
  • Drinking: tea, because I can't deal with spring -_-
Since it helped me when I got to blow off steam about the Heroes of Olympus books, I figured I'd do the same to put my thoughts about After Alice to words too.

I'm pretty sure not many people have heard of the book, or its author, which is a shame.

Gregory Maguire is my favorite author, my idol, my inspiration. He's the man I consider the best writer, I adore him and his writing to bits and pieces.

But I generally only get blank stares when I say his name. Sometimes, it helps when I add "He's the author of Wicked. The book behind that broadway musical?", but that kind of really hurts me very deep inside. Let me explain that pain in terms that EVERY Percy Jackson fan will understand.

The Wicked musical has about as much to do with the first book in the Wicked book series as the Lightning Thief movie had to do with the first Percy Jackson book. That is to say; the characters had the same names but neither their casting choices nor their characters and especially not the story had anything to do with each other. Yes, in the broadest sense, as in you can say "Lightning Thief is about the son of Poseidon who has to find the Master Bolt and return it" summarizes both the book and the movie, but literally every plot-point along the way doesn't match up.

The same can be said about Wicked. The musical takes a deep, heart-felt story of the struggles of an outsider from birth to death, that is set in a serious tone and basically depicts the rise against a Nazi regime and the struggle to end a holocaust all of their own, with strong elements of family, friendship and love... and turns it into a fluffy, colorful happy high school teen drama love story that at the sidelines kinda still tries to take down the evil dictator, but the overall focus is on the love story. The love story that should not take over the lead and should have served as a plot-device to strengthen the story.

But that's not here nor there and this isn't supposed to be a critique of the Wicked musical. This just serves to explain my love for the author. I'm a German girl, I got WWII themes coming out of my ears, I take wide steps to avoid anything with the theme because heaven knows I am so tired of it - as a German teenager, you get slapped in the face repeatedly with German Guilt and all the details of WWII in high school. So much so that really, I don't need to sit down and contemplate it in my free time. Yet Gregory Maguire managed to take a plot with the main theme of a Nazi regime and a holocaust and turn it into my favorite book.
Not to mention Son of a Witch, which is the sequel to Wicked and to date the only book that I did not lay down until I had it finished; I literally walked around for 25 hours straight with a book in hand, devouring it and not even tearing my eyes off it during meals because I needed to know how it ended that badly. And I'm the kind of reader who starts a book and then puts it down a couple weeks, reads another few chapters and puts it down for another couple of months, because I'm just a lazy reader.

Now that you might have a grasp on my deep love for Gregory Maguire's writing, let's get to the book at hand. After Alice. As the title already suggests, it's a sequel to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found there. As in; my favorite book-series.
Wonderland is such a beautiful, weird, strange world filled with all of those amazing characters. To me, it's the epitome of fairy tales, one of the last real fairy tales together with Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan.

The reason Gregory Maguire is my favorite author is actually because he does take those twisted fairy tale stories. All his books take some kind of twist on a fairy tale story of sorts and he does it amazing. There is however another thing. The first time I read Maguire in English - I had started reading Wicked during my internship at a bookstore when it had just been released and I had nothing else to do during my breaks than look into the curious book with the green-skinned lady on the cover - I was kind of blown away.
Maguire's style is eerily similar to Carroll's. Weird, twisty, dark but still light enough to give it the fairy tale vibe, funny, thoughtful and fascinating and above all else beautiful.

So when the 150th anniversary of the Alice books rolled around and it was announced that Gregory Maguire was going to publish a third installment of the series in honors, I was... there are no words to express what I was feeling. After all, my favorite book series has been closed for over a hundred years and with the author long gone, no chance of ever turning it into the trilogy I would have loved for it to be. But the one author on the planet who seems to have the same kind of twisted and mesmerizing mind as Lewis Carroll? Oh. Oh, he would do it justice. Oh, this was going to be beautiful.

It was. But it also kind of really wasn't and left me utterly disappointed.

I mean, it's physically impossible for me to hate something Maguire writes and even as it stands, After Alice had fascinating twists and character protrayals, not to mention his capture of Wonderland was perfectly on point.

But it wasn't what I was hoping for and it wasn't what I was expecting.

Now, let me elaborate on what I was hoping for. The thing I had wanted to read ever since I first put Looking-Glass down after I finished reading it. I wanted to read about Alice ruling Wonderland. She became the White Queen in the end and I wanted to see it, a future where she rules Wonderland, perhaps where a new character comes in to go through adventures similar to Alice's just to reveal Alice as the kind White Queen in the end. It was up until nearly the end of After Alice, what I expected to happen, to be honest.
Maguire loves twists at the end. He somehow always manages to pull the rug out from underneath me and I thought this could be it. The whole book avoiding to actually include Alice. Was he going to include her as the Queen then for a big reveal?

What I was innitially expecting before reading it was a twisted story to explain the origins of the Queen or Hearts and the White Queen. In the way the horrid, awful Tim Burton movie did, just you know, in good. A story that takes the Queen of Hearts and reveals her to not be bad. What he did in Wicked with the Wicked Witch of the West. There are just too many parallels here to not be hopeful about such a book, you see.

It was neither. It felt nearly as though Maguire was afraid of the story, to be honest. We had Alice's friend following her into Wonderland and going step by step the same way. Like a lukewarm reheating of the original books, with just enough to tease the reader but not enough to satisfy. Instead of using this opportunity to put more focus on the fascinating characters created by Carroll, he distracted with sub-plots of Alice's sister and her growing affections for a foreigner, an unnecessary debate on Darwin and a former slave boy's perception of London of the day and age.
It felt as though the Wonderland part of the story was the one he was afraid to write and so he stuck to the formular created in the original book, while he went full-blown Maguire on the parts taking place in London but being overall kind of unnecessary and uninteresting to the story.

Ada's character developing as the lead and 'new Alice' was interesting. She developed more strength and self-sense and courage over the book that I found admirable. She was such a different character from Alice and perceiving Wonderland from her eyes was indeed fascinating.

Not to mention, he did have a surprising twist that pleased me in this "Oh well, I really truly did not see this coming, this is amusing" kind of sense that really only Maguire manages.

But overall I can't help but think that an author of Maguire's immense talent, inspiration and mind... he could have done so much better with this wonderful world and those characters. I wish he would have been as daring and mixed the original as much with his own imagination as he did with Oz in the Wicked series.

Phoe out!

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  • Listening to: the Soundtrack of "Hamilton" on endless repeat
  • Reading: City of Bones
  • Watching: Shadowhunters
  • Drinking: tea, because I can't deal with spring -_-
Since it helped me when I got to blow off steam about the Heroes of Olympus books, I figured I'd do the same to put my thoughts about After Alice to words too.

I'm pretty sure not many people have heard of the book, or its author, which is a shame.

Gregory Maguire is my favorite author, my idol, my inspiration. He's the man I consider the best writer, I adore him and his writing to bits and pieces.

But I generally only get blank stares when I say his name. Sometimes, it helps when I add "He's the author of Wicked. The book behind that broadway musical?", but that kind of really hurts me very deep inside. Let me explain that pain in terms that EVERY Percy Jackson fan will understand.

The Wicked musical has about as much to do with the first book in the Wicked book series as the Lightning Thief movie had to do with the first Percy Jackson book. That is to say; the characters had the same names but neither their casting choices nor their characters and especially not the story had anything to do with each other. Yes, in the broadest sense, as in you can say "Lightning Thief is about the son of Poseidon who has to find the Master Bolt and return it" summarizes both the book and the movie, but literally every plot-point along the way doesn't match up.

The same can be said about Wicked. The musical takes a deep, heart-felt story of the struggles of an outsider from birth to death, that is set in a serious tone and basically depicts the rise against a Nazi regime and the struggle to end a holocaust all of their own, with strong elements of family, friendship and love... and turns it into a fluffy, colorful happy high school teen drama love story that at the sidelines kinda still tries to take down the evil dictator, but the overall focus is on the love story. The love story that should not take over the lead and should have served as a plot-device to strengthen the story.

But that's not here nor there and this isn't supposed to be a critique of the Wicked musical. This just serves to explain my love for the author. I'm a German girl, I got WWII themes coming out of my ears, I take wide steps to avoid anything with the theme because heaven knows I am so tired of it - as a German teenager, you get slapped in the face repeatedly with German Guilt and all the details of WWII in high school. So much so that really, I don't need to sit down and contemplate it in my free time. Yet Gregory Maguire managed to take a plot with the main theme of a Nazi regime and a holocaust and turn it into my favorite book.
Not to mention Son of a Witch, which is the sequel to Wicked and to date the only book that I did not lay down until I had it finished; I literally walked around for 25 hours straight with a book in hand, devouring it and not even tearing my eyes off it during meals because I needed to know how it ended that badly. And I'm the kind of reader who starts a book and then puts it down a couple weeks, reads another few chapters and puts it down for another couple of months, because I'm just a lazy reader.

Now that you might have a grasp on my deep love for Gregory Maguire's writing, let's get to the book at hand. After Alice. As the title already suggests, it's a sequel to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found there. As in; my favorite book-series.
Wonderland is such a beautiful, weird, strange world filled with all of those amazing characters. To me, it's the epitome of fairy tales, one of the last real fairy tales together with Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan.

The reason Gregory Maguire is my favorite author is actually because he does take those twisted fairy tale stories. All his books take some kind of twist on a fairy tale story of sorts and he does it amazing. There is however another thing. The first time I read Maguire in English - I had started reading Wicked during my internship at a bookstore when it had just been released and I had nothing else to do during my breaks than look into the curious book with the green-skinned lady on the cover - I was kind of blown away.
Maguire's style is eerily similar to Carroll's. Weird, twisty, dark but still light enough to give it the fairy tale vibe, funny, thoughtful and fascinating and above all else beautiful.

So when the 150th anniversary of the Alice books rolled around and it was announced that Gregory Maguire was going to publish a third installment of the series in honors, I was... there are no words to express what I was feeling. After all, my favorite book series has been closed for over a hundred years and with the author long gone, no chance of ever turning it into the trilogy I would have loved for it to be. But the one author on the planet who seems to have the same kind of twisted and mesmerizing mind as Lewis Carroll? Oh. Oh, he would do it justice. Oh, this was going to be beautiful.

It was. But it also kind of really wasn't and left me utterly disappointed.

I mean, it's physically impossible for me to hate something Maguire writes and even as it stands, After Alice had fascinating twists and character protrayals, not to mention his capture of Wonderland was perfectly on point.

But it wasn't what I was hoping for and it wasn't what I was expecting.

Now, let me elaborate on what I was hoping for. The thing I had wanted to read ever since I first put Looking-Glass down after I finished reading it. I wanted to read about Alice ruling Wonderland. She became the White Queen in the end and I wanted to see it, a future where she rules Wonderland, perhaps where a new character comes in to go through adventures similar to Alice's just to reveal Alice as the kind White Queen in the end. It was up until nearly the end of After Alice, what I expected to happen, to be honest.
Maguire loves twists at the end. He somehow always manages to pull the rug out from underneath me and I thought this could be it. The whole book avoiding to actually include Alice. Was he going to include her as the Queen then for a big reveal?

What I was innitially expecting before reading it was a twisted story to explain the origins of the Queen or Hearts and the White Queen. In the way the horrid, awful Tim Burton movie did, just you know, in good. A story that takes the Queen of Hearts and reveals her to not be bad. What he did in Wicked with the Wicked Witch of the West. There are just too many parallels here to not be hopeful about such a book, you see.

It was neither. It felt nearly as though Maguire was afraid of the story, to be honest. We had Alice's friend following her into Wonderland and going step by step the same way. Like a lukewarm reheating of the original books, with just enough to tease the reader but not enough to satisfy. Instead of using this opportunity to put more focus on the fascinating characters created by Carroll, he distracted with sub-plots of Alice's sister and her growing affections for a foreigner, an unnecessary debate on Darwin and a former slave boy's perception of London of the day and age.
It felt as though the Wonderland part of the story was the one he was afraid to write and so he stuck to the formular created in the original book, while he went full-blown Maguire on the parts taking place in London but being overall kind of unnecessary and uninteresting to the story.

Ada's character developing as the lead and 'new Alice' was interesting. She developed more strength and self-sense and courage over the book that I found admirable. She was such a different character from Alice and perceiving Wonderland from her eyes was indeed fascinating.

Not to mention, he did have a surprising twist that pleased me in this "Oh well, I really truly did not see this coming, this is amusing" kind of sense that really only Maguire manages.

But overall I can't help but think that an author of Maguire's immense talent, inspiration and mind... he could have done so much better with this wonderful world and those characters. I wish he would have been as daring and mixed the original as much with his own imagination as he did with Oz in the Wicked series.

Phoe out!
  • Listening to: the Soundtrack of "Hamilton" on endless repeat
  • Reading: City of Bones
  • Watching: Shadowhunters
  • Drinking: tea, because it's still cold af -_-
And more importantly, why exactly do we romantize it...?

I mean, I'm guilty of growing up watching "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and adoring the relationship between Angel/Buffy. Even though Buffy was only 15 when they first met. But then again, I was younger than 16 when I started watching that show, so she was like... old, to me.

Then, later on, I started watching "Vampire Diaries" and found Stefan/Elena very cute, even though he's in the three-digit age-count and she was 17. But hey, I was 18 when I started watching that, so was easy rooting for the girl around my age.

Now. Multiple reasons I'm bringing this up.

For one; I started writing a Calypso/Percy story and originally wanted for it to take place when they first met. But then I did the math and holy Hades, Percy's 14 when they meet and she falls in love with him. He's a gods damn kid. And it's not even that you can say "It's because it's Percy", because later on Calypso moved on to 15 years old Leo.
And, honestly, as much as I ship the hell out of the 17 years olds with their immortal lovers... I find those two to three years to make a world of difference because a 14 years old is still a CHILD. You're a millennia years old woman seducing little boys, what the hell is wrong with you, Calypso?

Which brings me to the second point at hand. They're CHILDREN. Literal children. And I'm not even talking about the from country to country varying age of consent, I'm mainly talking about physicality.

I just finished my three week internship at a high school and its basically been the first time since *I* was 16 that I was in a room with 30 sixteen years olds. And holy Hades, they're kids. They got the lanky, awkward bodies that they still need to fully grow into, the girls don't yet have the curves they will gain one day, they have acne and kind of embarrassing stereotype styles of clothing.
Even though it might sound patronizing, but damn I wanted to hand most of them a lollipop and pat their hair when they answered a question correctly, while thinking about damn brats when they behaved like the boundaries testing kids they are.

That.

That is where I see the problem.
Because Sarah Michelle Gellar was 20 when she played 15 years old Buffy Summers.
Nina Dobrev was 20 when she played 17 years old Elena Gilbert.

I mean, you can play that game with literally every teen drama show too. Look up how old the actors are VS what they're supposed to be on the show. ALL the 16 and 17 years olds are portrayed by people in their early to mid - or in some extreme cases even late - twenties. You see all those gorgeous mid-twenties, with sixpacks and thickly trained arms, girls with perfect waists and thighs and asses and boobs.
They're... adults. I mean, again not talking consent but body. I feel like physically, you kinda reach the It when you're 20. There's not really much more changing after that. You're done. Backed perfectly.

That is *not* what 16 and 17 years olds look like. They're not done yet - and that is perfectly fine, because that's how the body works, for Hades' sake.

But, personally, I kind of... forgot that. I grew up watching all those gorgeous, perfect "17" years olds and still when I watch any drama show at all, there are still all those gorgeous, perfect, way-too-old actors. It genuinely made me forget that that is not how 17 years olds look like. I was really-really surprised after my first week at the internship, looking around and seeing all those REAL 17 years olds.

And there's three problems with that, to be honest.

Because I'm 25 and I think something should be wrong with a person my age if they think 16/17 years olds are hot or okay to date. But a 118 years old vampire... who's nearly five times my age, they're sooo into the 16/17 years olds. And that's kind of very, very wrong. That *should* be seen as wrong, because most of society would already find it rather weird if a 50 years old would make a move on a 16 years old.
But since the vampire physically looks like a teen himself, it's totally fine. Because it's not like shit should be about mentality and experience in life and all. Totally.
And since both are cast as mid twenties and look like adults, it's totally fine.

The other problem being something I semi-noticed when I myself was 17. "Damn, they're all so perfect and gorgeous. Why am I not that way?". Teenagers are the most impressionable group of human beings we have and... instead of building up their self-confidence as we should as adults and guides, instead, we put those perfect unachievable images up and project the idea that that is what they should look like, even though it's downright physically impossible because those actors are older and more matured.
How about we start casting real, actual teenagers to play teenagers? Project a more achievable body image. Be realistic. Also, seriously, in some cases it's just downright ridiculous and unbelievable what age some of these actors are supposed to be in a show.

There is another aspect to this that I like to think about. The vampires are always very adamant not to turn their human lovers, right? Even though they themselves were turned at 17, so they shall look the same as their human lovers. But... then the human partner ages. And... Yes, the actor of the vampire also ages with the years of a TV, that is kind of the problem because we forget that technically, as a vampire, that character wouldn't age.
It's something I always think when rewatching Buffy, because holy Hades, Angel was such a stick-figure awkward young man in that first season of Buffy. And *that* is what he should have looked like when he was heatedly making out with those mid-twenties and end-twenties by the time he got his own show - and *that* would have been weird and awkward to watch. Alas, actors age.

So. I dunno what the point is of this, aside from me being apalled by Calypso getting it on with 14/15 years old children and me being pissed off that Hollywood is still selling mid-twenties as teens. This was mainly just ranting because I had a five-minute laughing fit when watching the "Doctor Who" spin-off "Class" where they put those mid-twenties that look like nearly-thirties and say they're teens and worst of all take a twenty years old to play a 14 years old (which was the part where I was hollering with laughter because that chick looks older than she physically is and has NO ressemblance to a 14 years old).

Phoe out!
Alien!Lance
Okay, so I did an unplanned thing! :D

This is Lance in his alien form, from my story "The Lion's Pride" (which can be found on AO3 and FFNet)!
He's a Bast from the planet Bast Beta Tau in the story, also an omega since it's a Shiro/Keith/Lance ABO-verse. And, as described in the story by Keith;

Lance had turned blue. Not figuratively because he had put his foot in his mouth again, but literally. Short, blue, shiny fur started covering his whole body, his hair turned a dark sapphire-blue, two triangular ears poking out from between the hair. And now that they were in the med bay and out of their armor, Keith also got to see an at least a meter long blue tail that turned lighter in color until the tip was actually snowy-white. There were strange dark-blue patterns all over Lance's fur.

I felt the need to draw him after all. Alpha!Keith and alpha!Shiro are gonna be VERY enthralled by the blue kitten. Or, lemme put it in Shiro's words from the next chapter (preeeview! :D);

“You're so pretty”, whispered Shiro in awe as he stared at Lance. “Pretty blue kitty...”

“...Maybe I should have given him less of that drug”, mused Pidge concerned.

Lance blushed a dark purple and ducked his head, ears flickering a little while Shiro tilted his head and reached a hand out for Lance. “Can I pet the pretty kitty, Keith?”

Voltron: Legendary Defender (c) DreamWorks
Lance's race and alien design (c) me
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Luvme2Death Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Student Writer
Hey, Pheo! I tagged you in my Journal. You do not have to do it if you do not want to!! C:
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Autumn-Lavelle Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
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Happy Birthday! 
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Takara-Phoenix Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2016
Daw, thank you ^o^
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Autumn-Lavelle Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Your welcome!! ^w^
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Voltexx Featured By Owner Edited Apr 10, 2015  Student Digital Artist
have you ever tried writing a Daddy!kink story about Nicercy?

this sort of headcanon came to me after re-reading the series and noticing how well Nico takes care of Percy and since you're about the only writer with amazing skills in this fandom who likes Nicercy as much as i do why not ask you to concider writing it.

(of course you're by no means obligated to write this, and i'm not sucking up to your ass but i genuinely think that you have the skills to put together this story the same way i have it in my mind)

ok, so Percy is a struggling college student who takes lots of jobs to keep him standing on his feet and Nico is the older business man who helps his father with the business it kinda starts off with a coffee shop AU kinda thing and then one day Percy finds out that while checking his college account that some one paid for all of his college fees. Angry because Percy know the only person with the enough amount of money to do such thing is Nico after explaining the situation and Nico telling Percy how he saw him struggling and he doesn't like seeing someone he cares about in such state decided to help him, then in the heat of the moment Nico confesses his love to Percy and they start going out.
then he starts showering Percy with presents and expensive things, after a while their friends start teasing them and calling Nico "Percy's Sugar Daddy" and then one day while having sex Percy accidentally calls Nico Daddy since he secretly loved the idea of having Nico as his "dad" since he didn't really have father figure growing up, Nico gets really turned on and insists that Percy keeps calling him Daddy when they're having sex. then the story ends with them having a sort of get together with their friends and out of habit Percy says "Daddy, can you pass the salad?"or something like that and Nico absentmindedly does so and after everyone recovers from their shock they start teasing them all over again xD.

(you really don't have to do it because i know you're busy with your life and planning all those other stories not to mention your headcanon-timeline. if you do decide to do it i wouldn't mind you changing the story a little bit to what you seem fit, i would also gladly wait patiently until you do it.)
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Takara-Phoenix Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2016
*squints very confused* ...I have never read this before, yet it's more than a year old. So, uh, sorry for the ridiculously late answer, but I never got a notification of any sorts...? *blinks confused*
Well, then again I guess it's your luck I found this right now, because a year ago I would have told you no since I was more than just a bit busy at the time (middle of finishing my bachelor degree actually). Right now, as it is, I'm not very busy, but very eager to dash out Nicercy oneshots and also curious to try and mix it up with something new. And since I've never written a Daddy Kink (unless it was, well, with Poseidon), sure, why not give it a try.
Now, I guess that was the ultimate test of patience, eh? xD Though maybe for the future... better send messages or something... ô___Ô°°° *still confused why I never got a notification*
...If you're even still interested in having that story written and aren't thinking I'm a jerk for not answering at all... v///V
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BlueRiots Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2015
This sounds like it'd be awesome to read.
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Autumn-Lavelle Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday! : D 
may you have a wonderful day, and many more ahead~ :3 and keep up the great work you do in writing awesome fanfics! : D 
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Takara-Phoenix Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014
*smiles* Thank you! ^^
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Autumn-Lavelle Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Your welcome~ ^^
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