Screencaps and Icons

Jul. 14th, 2017 04:25 pm
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A long, long time ago, I wanted to start something I called the Historical PB project. I didn't get very far, for a variety of reasons, but I'm sort of picking at it again, albeit in a different way. This time I'm going to focus more on screencaps because it's a lot easier. I'm still narrowing down the screencaps that I'm uploading based on what could be useful for icons, though, and sorting them based on characters.

For now, I have a huge amount of space on dropbox because I bought a new computer and HP loves me, I guess. So the screenshots are going up there. Later, they'll probably be moved to Imgur, but I like organization at dropbox, so they'll be there until my extra space expires.

These aren't historical, but I'm screencapping it for my own purposes, so I thought I'd share.
  • Lucifer Season 1 Currently a work-in-progress. Focuses on Lucifer, Chloe, and Maze. Modern day

OKAY, now to the historical and/or fantasy screenshots and icons.
  • An Ideal Husband (1999) Focuses on Cate Blanchett's character. I barely remember taking these, but I did. (Late) Victorian England

  • First Knight Focuses on Arthur, Lancelot, and Guinevere. But mostly Guinevere because I'm using her as a PB. Generic medieval England

  • Xena Season 1 Also a work-in-progress. "Sins of the Past" is done and it focuses on Xena, Gabrielle, and has a misc folder for everyone else Anachronism soup/Ancient Greek


  • The Borgias (Showtime) Screenshots of Caterina Sforza from Beautiful Deception, The Choice, and The Siege of Forli. My bias is showing, I know. Italian Renaissance (1490s/Early 1500s)

  • Maleficent Focusing on Aurora and the child version of Maleficent. I think I started to sort some of these for icons and stopped halfway through, so they may be organized oddly withing those folders. Generic Medieval/Fantasy


  • Icons: A Knight's Tale Focuses on Heath Ledger's character. These were made before I really knew what I was doing with icons and so a lot of them are "squished"- when I resized them, I messed up the proportions of the image. I'm putting them up because there are some good ones in the batch and for completions's sake. Generic Medieval England

  • Icons: Princess Mononoke Focuses on Lady Eboshi. These are also very old and some of them are made from images snatched from google. Still, they came out pretty well, all things considered. Late Muromachi period 
  • Icons: Game of Thrones Three icons of Catelyn Stark. I rped her for a while and no one iconned her upset faces back then. Generic Medieval/Fantasy

  • Icons: Labyrinth Focusing on Sarah Williams. These have the same issue as the Knight's Tale icons. US 1980s/Fantasy

  • Icons: ATLA Focusing on Iroh. Fantasy/East Asian Influence

  • Icons: 1776 Focusing on John Adams and Benjamin Franklin Colonial America


  • Icons: Tolkien Mostly Galadriel with Elrond and Celeborn in there too. Fantasy/Generic Medieval/Goddamn Elves
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Despite how tough it can be to break into big-house publishing, a lot of authors—even first-timers—do sell their memoirs as proposals. So how do they do it? What do these magical proposals look like? How do writers convince publishers to buy their memoirs before they’ve even been written?

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90 minutes of instruction and information plus 30 minutes Q &A, in which participants can ask questions of both Theo Nestor and Anjali Singh. Webinar begins 9am Pacific Time on Sunday July 9, 2017.

author photo 4How to Write a Memoir Book Proposal Webinar Instructor: Theo Pauline Nestor is the author of Writing Is My Drink: A Writer’s Story of Finding Her Voice (And a Guide to How You Can Too) (Simon & Schuster, 2013) (sold as a proposal!) and How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed: A Memoir of Starting Over (Crown, 2008) (sold as a proposal in an auction!), which was selected by Kirkus Reviews as a 2008 Top Pick for Reading Groups and as a Target “Breakout Book.” An award-winning instructor, Nestor has taught the memoir certificate course for the University of Washington’s Professional & Continuing Education program since 2006 and also teaches at Hugo House in Seattle. Nestor has produced a number of writing retreats, such as the Wild Mountain Memoir Retreat, Bird by Bird & Beyond, and the Black Mesa Writers’ Intensive, featuring talks by writers such as Anne Lamott, Cheryl Strayed, Julia Cameron, and Natalie Goldberg. You can follow her on Facebook here and on Twitter @theopnestor.

anjaliGuest speaker: Literary Agent Anjali Singh started her career in publishing in 1996 as a literary scout. Most recently Editorial Director at Other Press, she has also worked as an editor at Simon & Schuster, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Vintage Books. She is best known for having championed Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis after stumbling across it on a visit to Paris. She has always been drawn to the thrill of discovering new writers, and among the literary novelists whose careers she helped launch are Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Samantha Hunt, and Saleem Haddad. Some of her editorial non-fiction projects include Baz Dreisinger’s Incarceration Nations, Diana Abu-Jaber’s The Language of Baklava, Kathy Rich’s Dreaming in Hindi, Minal Hajratwala’s Leaving India, Nuha al-Radi’s Baghdad Diaries, and Igort’s The Ukrainian and Russian Notebooks. She is currently a literary agent at Ayesha Pande Literary, where she recently sold the YA graphic novel, Jabs by Sherine Hamdy and Myra El-Mir, the coming-of-age story of a Muslim-American girl, to Dial Books for Young Readers. She is a member of the International Committee of the Brooklyn Book Festival.

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