There's never enough time to do nothing: r3nly: I... →
r3nly: I remember this one time, a girl on here made a post about how she didn’t believe in gay marriage because civil unions were good enough, or something like that. I saw the post because people I followed were reblogging it and calling her really horrible names, like homophobic cunt or bigoted piece of shit, and telling her to go fuck herself or throw herself off a bridge and die, and...
[[MORE]] there was a really cool girl waiting in line in front of me when I went to pick up dinner today after work. her hair was short streaks of blonde, very dark brown, and bright crayon red and she wore a red bandanna as a headband to keep it out of her face. she had this awesome tattoo of the planets in a roller coaster on her arm and it was done in bright, candy colors and I wish I had had...
Words are small shapes in the gorgeous chaos of the world. But they are shapes,...– Diane Ackerman, A Natural History of the Senses (via moleculess)
But I don’t want comfort. I want poetry. I want danger. I want freedom. I want...– Aldous Huxley, Brave New World (via divineisinyou)
TheOneRing.net: First Hobbit DVD set for mid-2013...
alongexpectedmovie: The DVD package of Peter Jackson’s first Hobbit film An Unexpected Journey will be released mid-2013, according to Tourism New Zealand boss Kevin Bowler. Speaking today in Queenstown, he revealed it will also contain a New Zealand tourism feature directed by Jackson himself. No word in the article on whether the DVD will be an “extended edition”. Cheers to Eldaria for the...
Today was really clear, you could just about see forever. But now it’s raining again.
Everything is more beautiful because we are doomed. You will never be lovelier...– Homer, The Iliad (via candlejack)
If there was a school for writers
How to torture/kill in the saddest ways your favourite characters - with Suzanne Collins.
How to be a complete troll about your plot - with Rick Riordan.
How to be the most cruel, harsh, sadist and violent writer on Earth - with Michael Grant.
How to give your characters the most revolting and traumatic past - with J. K. Rowling.
How to ascend from a funcking fanfiction writer to a fucking best-seller writer - with Cassandra Clare.
How to have the most crazy, deep and lush metaphors (which don't need exactly to have meaning or sense) - with Tahereh Mafi.
How to have the mad and non-sense ideas to books, but make them best-sellers - with Scott Westerfeld.
How to be a boss - with Neil Gaiman.
How to be C. S. Lewis - with C. S. Lewis.
How to make the funcking reader cry a fucking ocean in three words - with Nicholas Sparks.
How to have the best and most creative narrative of the books - with Markus Zusak.
How to imagine a whole new universe, creatures and even a new language - with J. R. R. Tolkien.
How to write teenage stories without being disgusting - with Meg Cabot.
How to write p... never mind. - with E. L. James.
How to have the weirdest ass plots with the most psycho characters and still win hundreds of awards and have a continuous flow of revenue from said books like a boss. - with Stephen King.
How to write a fictional novel while still using real life facts - with Kathy Reichs
How to create characters so human that you believe they are real - with John Green.
How to have the exact same basic plot formula in every book but still make it interesting and sell copies - with John Green
How to break everyone's hearts with your first book and then put the pieces back together with the second - with Gayle Forman.
How to ruin the love life of your reader giving fake hopes - with Becca FitzPatrick.
How to write a series and have it become a hit TV show with millions of fans worldwide a decade later - with L. J. Smith.
How to have a terminal mental illness impairing motor ability and thought and still crank out books like no tomorrow. - with Terry Pratchett
How to make a perfect character relationship and fuck it up in six chapters - with Estevan Vega.
How to kill everyone and still keep your readers interested - George R.R. Martin.
How to be shit and pretend you are good - with Stephenie Meyer.
And that’s why I have to go back to so many places in the future, there to...– Pablo Neruda, from End of the World (Wind) (Translated by Margaret Sayers Peden)