you have bewitched me, body and soul, and I love, I love, I love you. I never wish to be parted from you from this day on.


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http://enginesinrepair.tumblr.com/post/95360874167/littlestsecret-naity-sama-some-words-to-use

littlestsecret:

naity-sama:

Some words to use when writing things:

  • winking
  • clenching
  • pulsing
  • fluttering
  • contracting
  • twitching
  • sucking
  • quivering
  • pulsating
  • throbbing
  • beating
  • thumping
  • thudding
  • pounding
  • humming
  • palpitate
  • vibrate
  • grinding
  • crushing

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kissmymahogany:

koopat911:

Notice only 20 shades of gray

It’s been proven that women actually have an acute ability to pick up subtle differences in colors


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There are some themes, some subjects, too large for adult fiction; they can only be dealt with adequately in a children’s book.

The reason for that is that in adult literary fiction, stories are there on sufferance. Other things are felt to be more important: technique, style, literary knowingness. Adult writers who deal in straightforward stories find themselves sidelined into a genre such as crime or science fiction, where no one expects literary craftsmanship.

But stories are vital. Stories never fail us because, as Isaac Bashevis Singer says, “events never grow stale.” There’s more wisdom in a story than in volumes of philosophy. And by a story I mean not only Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella and Jack and the Beanstalk but also the great novels of the nineteenth century, Jane Eyre, Middlemarch, Bleak House and many others: novels where the story is at the center of the writer’s attention, where the plot actually matters. The present-day would-be George Eliots take up their stories as if with a pair of tongs. They’re embarrassed by them. If they could write novels without stories in them, they would. Sometimes they do.

But what characterizes the best of children’s authors is that they’re not embarrassed to tell stories. They know how important stories are, and they know, too, that if you start telling a story you’ve got to carry on till you get to the end. And you can’t provide two ends, either, and invite the reader to choose between them. Or as in a highly praised recent adult novel I’m about to stop reading, three different beginnings. In a book for children you can’t put the plot on hold while you cut artistic capers for the amusement of your sophisticated readers, because, thank God, your readers are not sophisticated. They’ve got more important things in mind than your dazzling skill with wordplay. They want to know what happens next.

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Philip Pullman, born October 19, 1946 (via annaverity)

Exceedingly apropos of my last reblog, and also just some Basic Truth.

(via sarahreesbrennan)


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Avengers Deconstructed 


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meabhd:

Hey guys I made some avatars of the PJO characters! Inspired by minuiko's minimalist pjo colour palettes which are amazing! Hopefully I did it right and everything outside the circles are transparent. If any of you want to use them as avatars please message me because I'd love to know!!

Edit: Some people are confused but the girl with the coral background is Calypso :)

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Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress.

-
Kiera Cass (via teddvlupin)


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Aphrodite’s favourite trick was to make someone fall in love with someone who didn’t love them back. She thought that was the best fun ever. If you’ve ever had a crush on someone who didn’t notice you, that’s Aphrodite’s fault.

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REALLY PERCY

YOU WOULDN’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS WOULD YOU

BECAUSE YOU’RE TOO BLOODY DUMB TO REALISE

- Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods

(via danewlands)


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where do i sign up to become an amazon


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jackson & april + in sync

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calzona-s:

Attractive People Meme || [1/5] Blondes → Lily Rabe


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hljack:

h a p p y   b i r t h d a y   p e r c y   j a c k s o n

hljack:

h a p p y   b i r t h d a y   p e r c y   j a c k s o n

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marvel cinematic universe ladies


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