Track Name: "Weave" Played: 6 times
Winter Scenery of Mochou Lake, Nanjing City, China
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mediavengers is fantastic and all but have you considered
- Steve Rogers guesting on Sesame Street
This needs a gifset yesterday.
here we go: ‘kickass bounty hunter’ america and ‘rebel princess’ kate! (there’re also four more parts to mismarvell’s incredible, life-changing AU that you can read here. the world is a magical place kids don’t let anyone tell you different.)
…the stars are calling still. She is hunter and protector, wanderer and warrior. She is Angela, and she does not truly belong to any realm. For now the ten realms belong to her.
Anonymous asked: Hey there! In the story I am writing it takes place on a different planet. However I really want a certain race of people to have African accents. How do I describe accents that don’t necessarily exist? I hope that made sense!
There’s a wealth of ways to encapsulate an accent, what with all the words available to you. It’s a matter of how straight-forward or creative you want to go. Maybe some of the methods below will help.
- She had a fragile accent.
- The people had throaty voices, sawing out words in blunt grumbles.
- His voice was splinters and broken glass.
- Her accent had a song-like quality that reminded her of swaying tides.
- He had a French accent.
- "I have to go," she said, though from her accent, French, the words sounded more like "I hive tego."
Straight-forward & ‘Technical’:
- He had a French accent, perhaps Northern, his voice lilting the edges of his vowels and dragging out others.
Some methods work better in combination with others, such as straight-forward combined with technical (as shown). It truly shouldn’t take many sentences to give readers enough info to imagine how someone’s voice or accent sounds. Therefore I wouldn’t overdue the clues, as it can stir into offensive.
- Describing Voices
- 55 Words to Describe Someone’s Voice
- Online Thesaurus
- Describing Qualities of the Human Voice