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Neverending list of books that everyone should readA Song of Ice and Fire, by George R. R. Martin

“Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you.” 

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Happy 25th birthday, Daniel Jacob Radcliffe! (July 23, 1989)

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Grimm’s Complete Fairy Tales || source

“I’m Death, and I make sure that everyone is equal.”Jacob Grimm

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think about these things when you’re making a fictional place; even a developed city has its roots in how easy it was to settle in the first place!

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Urban entrails. Chicago subway. by marcelo ferrer (photo emma ferrer) find me at grandmilodon.


Urban entrails. Chicago subway. by marcelo ferrer (photo emma ferrer) find me at grandmilodon.

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An Awesome Discovery


The other day I visited one of my local comic shops on a whim. I was driving home and had no intention of stopping, but something made me pull into the parking lot. I walked in and began browsing the shelves, looking for nothing in particular. Then, randomly on a counter top in the back of the store, I found a set of small hardcover books.


It took all of two seconds for me to decide I needed these in my life. I’d never heard of the ‘Little Books’ series. Some research taught me that there were 15 in all, published by Borderlands Press. When I brought the set home I was a little saddened to find that it was missing the Neil Gaiman book, but the rest were all there. Some were even from the original signed printing.


I stumbled into an awesome set of books. What’s the best thing you’ve ever stumbled across on a random bookstore trip?

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I hate how there’s this sense in society that men are the universal main character and that if a book has a male main character it’s for everyone, including girls and women, but if there’s a female main character it’s assumed the book is for a female audience. Essentially, men are people and women are women.

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