wizardgalebjd said: I'm sure Shakespeare would be rolling in his grave if I didn't already think he was off making amaze plays in the after life. There are a lot of "Shakespeare vampire/zombie/future/science fiction or fantasy/past" stuff and I really hate it. He was a real person, not a Gery-sue OOC muse.
I’m a little excited to see how awful he’s going to be in this book.
I can’t be the only one who thinks Shakespeare would find terrible fictionalised versions of his life a total hoot. Can I?
(meanwhile Kit Marlowe and Ben Jonson are sat in the corner of the afterlife-bar torn between sulking because Will got all these books about fighting zombies and shit and they didn’t, or laughing along because holy shit this is hilarious Will look look what a tosspot they think thee)
100000% certain that if Shakespeare’s still writing plays in the afterlife he’s already tackled a zombie apocalypse and a vampire romance. (The former is a comedy and the latter a tragedy, naturally.)
songs by florence and the machine make me feel like i need to run barefoot through a misty forest wearing a flower crown
and reveal my true demon form as i burn the forest and everything in it down