Richard Armitage Legenda “Boutique” 109: Stuff worth reading

[Legenda “Boutique” focuses intermittently on material in Armitageworld since the previous edition that I found civil, introspective, analytical, deep, self-critical, honest, vulnerable, creative, thought-provoking, amusing, fun, artistic, supportive, uplifting, moving, thoughtful, and/or inspiring. This is still a bit of a hybrid with the previous format.]


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Check out the Fans Just Giving Back campaign.


The big stuff this week, which sort of drowned everything else out, was the premieres in Berlin and Madrid, and then the general release of the film. Rather than link all of that I encourage everyone to check out the links in the side bar and comment on some of the many reviews and responses that appeared this week on the blogs of Armitageworld.


Richard Armitage archive


McTavish says thanks

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Richard Armitage-related fanfic

  • at Wattpad, CarlyQ’s “Safety of Solitude” (Armitage inspired, supernatural elements, mature, romance) goes to ch. 12 and ch. 13.
  • at Wattpad, MorrighansMuse’s “A Willing Heart” adds ch. 25 in two pieces (Hobbit AU, Thorin + OFC, romance).
  • AT A03, RAllatrix’s “Bedhead” (NC-17, RPF het, mature, Armitae + OFC). How Armitage got his tousled hair that morning.


I had to stop reading tumblr on Thursday

I’ll probably catch up later this weekend.


OT, contexts, collateral attractions, and things I think about

~ by Servetus on December 14, 2013.

One Response to “Richard Armitage Legenda “Boutique” 109: Stuff worth reading”

  1. […] Links aggregated since the previous edition. […]


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