AJ Withrow

I'm a writer. Creating stories is something I've always loved and have done since I was very little. When I was thirteen, I read Ted Dekker's "Thr3e" and it inspired me to write my own book. A year later, I self-published my first novel, "Life After College."
Now, at twenty-one, I'm writing my second novel, "Suzy," a drama/horror that (in a nutshell) is about a New York Times journalist, Daryl Thomas, who finds himself in a small town in the Catskill Mountains where a monster of sorts is killing the supposedly-innocent people that live there.

Jesus is my Savior. You could say I'm a Christian, but I don't think of the personal relationship I have with my God as a religion.
I'm a HUGE Paramore fan. Their music has helped me through a lot.
New York City is my future home, but for now I'm stuck in Mary-land.
I love to read. A few of my favorite books are The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins, Thirsty by Tracey Bateman, The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, and Adam by Ted Dekker.
My favorite TV shows are Smallville, Fringe, Orphan Black, Veronica Mars, Heroes, V, Flash Gordon (2007), Reba, and Phineas and Ferb.
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alison practicing for a musical play

sarah doing cosima’s hand thing

(via helena814)

felinedawkins:

i literally cannot think of a single thing i didn’t like about this episode

it exceeded my expectations and my expectations were as high as felix

(via dweebitdorkit)

Orphan Black 2.01 Nature Under Constraint and Vexed: Alison Hendrix

(via helena814)

"Excuse me, my seestra shot me."

(via fuckyeahcloneclub)

  • *Helena's tune plays for a second*
  • OB Fandom: Awwww Shit.

orphanblack:

Felix Effing Dawkins.

(via clonesbians)

So how’s your mother?
Alison talking to Ramone the gun dealer (via helenamannning08)

(via orphansintheblack)

clonesbians:

to obtumblr and the obcast and creators and their ‘rip helena’ lines

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What the Dickens?
Alison, speaking for the cloneclub (via tatiamamaslany)

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cosimaniehaus324-b21:

Tatiana slipping into a British accent when she’s acting as a British person acting as an American when she’s Canadian

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