shareyourshelf:

Mary submitted to shareyourshelf via email

shareyourshelf:

Mary submitted to shareyourshelf via email

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The movie about a forbidden love between a magician and an elf is huge… in the book!

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thinkspeakstress:

zuky:


includes fascinating portrayals of casual drug use at house parties, how the author/protagonist had conversations about post-punk while seeing his mate’s band perform at some shitty small venue, internal monologues about consumerism while observing people in a mall and that time when the protagonist had an epiphany about living in the moment while walking in the rain

Also, semi-comedic accounts of skeptical but ultimately mysteriously enriching forays into yoga and Asian spirituality, quasi-lyrical adolescent descriptions of women’s bodies, self-tormented meditation on the ethics of food, a casual but seemingly deep and familiar friendship with a person of color who appears in the novel for almost an entire chapter, transcendent insights on the banality of conformist society and the immorality of wage slavery, and a crying scene where it all comes pouring out.

So basically, can I print this out and give it to my creative writing professor as a summary of the shit my classmates write, and get an A and just call it a day?

thinkspeakstress:

zuky:

includes fascinating portrayals of casual drug use at house parties, how the author/protagonist had conversations about post-punk while seeing his mate’s band perform at some shitty small venue, internal monologues about consumerism while observing people in a mall and that time when the protagonist had an epiphany about living in the moment while walking in the rain

Also, semi-comedic accounts of skeptical but ultimately mysteriously enriching forays into yoga and Asian spirituality, quasi-lyrical adolescent descriptions of women’s bodies, self-tormented meditation on the ethics of food, a casual but seemingly deep and familiar friendship with a person of color who appears in the novel for almost an entire chapter, transcendent insights on the banality of conformist society and the immorality of wage slavery, and a crying scene where it all comes pouring out.

So basically, can I print this out and give it to my creative writing professor as a summary of the shit my classmates write, and get an A and just call it a day?

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tugamaggie:

pockytardis:

omg tony how fucking anime can one person be

i mean you’re almost on par with dean here


needs more
KAWAII

tugamaggie:

pockytardis:

omg tony how fucking anime can one person be

i mean you’re almost on par with dean here

needs more

KAWAII

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b

redhotcherrypepper:

Can I dance with you, Jensen? ALL THE DANCING JENSEN

Adorable Jensen is adorable

Give me more of dancing Jensen. Please somebody…

a

(Source: neymalia)

When I have to work in a job not connected to books.

careerwithbooks:

Idea from Alena Dausacker aka @geistesgift

When somebody tells me there are books on sale

When I see a hot guy reading a book in public