"I’m a female writer and, what’s interesting about the Wizarding World is, when you take physical strength out of the equation, a woman can fight just the same as a man can fight, a woman can do magic just as powerfully as a man can do magic and I consider that I’ve written a lot of well-rounded female characters in these books." - Jo Rowling 

// for brei. 

9 months ago
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brookeeverdeen:

YA book adaptations coming out in 2013/2014

moonlitmidnightmay:

themad-hattar:

lilygetsfit:

YOU OTHER READERS CAN’T DENY

WHEN A BOOK WALKS IN WITH A GOOD PLOT BASE

AND A BIG SPINE IN YOUR FACE YOU GET SPRUNG

WANNA PULL OUT YOUR PENS

‘CAUSE YOU NOTICED THAT BOOK WAS DENSE

READING, HALF-RIMS I’M WEARING

I’M HOOKED AND I AIN’T CARING

OH BABY I WANT AN E-READER

AND A MEANINGFUL METER

MY TEACHERS TRIED TO TRAIN ME

THAT BOOK YOU GOT MAKES ME SO BRAINY

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OH MY GOD.

WHOEVER MADE THIS IS A GENIUS

9 months ago
Seduce me. Write letters to me. And poems, I love poems. Ravish me with your words. Seduce me. —Anne Boleyn (via laveranda-elizabeth)
10 months ago
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» LOVE ANTIQUITY: Love letters from Napoleon Boneparte

loveantiquity:

Paris, December 1795

I wake filled with thoughts of you. Your portrait and the intoxicating evening which we spent yesterday have left my senses in turmoil. Sweet, incomparable Josephine, what a strange effect you have on my heart! Are you angry? Do I see you looking sad? Are you worried?… My…

fi·an·cé

loveantiquity:

[fee-ahn-sey]
noun

 

1. a man engaged to be married.
Synonyms: future groom, future husband, future spouse, betrothed.

10 months ago
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h-u-s-t-l-3-r:

almightea:

selfpropelledflower:

I read this in my 11th grade english class and i still think about it sometimes. 

This is my favorite fucking short story ever. It changed the way I look at human weakness.

This is one of my favourite things ever.

10 months ago
via: loveantiquity + source: aseaofquotes

se·duce

loveantiquity:

[si-dyoos]
verb

 

1. to lead astray, as from duty, rectitude, or the like; corrupt.
2. to persuade or induce to have sexual intercourse.
3. to lead or draw away, as from principles, faith, or allegiance.
4. to win over; attract; entice.

10 months ago
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