Truth.

Truth.

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indigo-teen:

My favourite mystery/thriller series is Ally Carter’s Heist Society!

10 Reasons why you should read Heist Society

1. It’s like Teen Oceans 11.
2. Kat and Gabrielle are awesome, smart girls that you’ll wish you could have as BFFs.
3. W.W. Hale the Fifth AKA Hale. (He’s like Gansey, but instead of hunting for Dead Welsh Kings Hale helps Kat and her crew steal things and return them to their rightful owners.)
4. Short cons, long cons, all the cons!
5. Fictional heists of real art from real places, which a lot of cool historical facts.
6. Family is important in these novels.
7. They’re funny books.
8. International Adventures.
9. All three books are out, so no waiting.
10. Did I mention Hale?

- Chandra

Approved.

scenesfrom2014:

March 20th, yes, yes, oh wow, this is so true, yes.
Dear 2014,
THIS QUOTE!  Dear Twilight Haters, Goodreads hate posters, & anyone else who wastes space in the universe crapping on books….guess what?  No one wants to hear about why you hate, scorn or snub books.  No one wants to hear you complain!  No one finds it fascinating, clever or impressive that you hate something.  
Please instead expand the universe by talking about the things you love.
I think this hits me so hard because there have been so many times in my life where someone criticized something and I believed them and felt bad for having my opinions.  Which means that every time you do this, someone somewhere has innocently started loving it and you make them feel stupid, small and inadequate for doing so.  
Your opinion is not more important than the love other people have to offer stories.  Love, in the end, is more powerful than hate or shame.  
Love books because that is what they’re made for.
/end rant

Yes.

scenesfrom2014:

March 20th, yes, yes, oh wow, this is so true, yes.

Dear 2014,

THIS QUOTE!  Dear Twilight Haters, Goodreads hate posters, & anyone else who wastes space in the universe crapping on books….guess what?  No one wants to hear about why you hate, scorn or snub books.  No one wants to hear you complain!  No one finds it fascinating, clever or impressive that you hate something.  

Please instead expand the universe by talking about the things you love.

I think this hits me so hard because there have been so many times in my life where someone criticized something and I believed them and felt bad for having my opinions.  Which means that every time you do this, someone somewhere has innocently started loving it and you make them feel stupid, small and inadequate for doing so.  

Your opinion is not more important than the love other people have to offer stories.  Love, in the end, is more powerful than hate or shame.  

Love books because that is what they’re made for.

/end rant

Yes.

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A housewarming gift that will keep on giving. Eeek!! #coffee #ilovemyfriends

A housewarming gift that will keep on giving. Eeek!! #coffee #ilovemyfriends

fashion-by-the-book:

Half Bad by Sally Green
Find it here

fashion-by-the-book:

Half Bad by Sally Green

Find it here

drake-ramoray:

I wanna thank the universe for this gifset

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indigo-teen:

#getobsessed

Half Bad

Things Happen. You have to read this book. 

Yes!!

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thedoubleclicks:

briannacherrygarcia:

My Little Raptor by briannacherrygarcia

holy what

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tastefullyoffensive:

Realistic New Year’s Resolutions by Joanna Borns

Previously: 10 Little Known Facts

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scenesfrom2013:

Dear 2013,

Today we celebrated katesimone101's birthday.

Topics discussed?

Ross’s leather pants from Friends.

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The David Bowie exhibit and his suit with the hands on it.

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Spreadsheets.

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They’re so lame they don’t even have good internet gifs…

How a sparkler would be an…

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