NEW BLOG

book-thiefs:

YOO GUYS I GOT A NEW BLOG (because I couldn’t resist)

NEW URL IS WORDSHAKEN

I’ll probably be following most of you guys back but yeah I’m there

1 year ago · via with 4 notes

NEW BLOG

book-thiefs:

YOO GUYS I GOT A NEW BLOG (because I couldn’t resist)

NEW URL IS WORDSHAKEN

I’ll probably be following most of you guys back but yeah I’m there

1 year ago · via with 4 notes

NEW BLOG

YOO GUYS I GOT A NEW BLOG (because I couldn’t resist)

NEW URL IS WORDSHAKEN

I’ll probably be following most of you guys back but yeah I’m there

 Anonymous:
  "You should be able to get your email from your tumblr app."


I can’t find anywhere where it might be? Not in settings.

Yo so I was a dumbass and deleted my saved passwords when I cleared my computer history and so now I can’t get into my account because I don’t know the email I’m registered with. I still have my tumblr app, but can’t use settings on here.

So I’m going to take this opportunity to go on hiatus. I might remake, and if I do I’ll let you guys know. But for now, I’m gone while things pick up in anticipation for school and I work on a book project I have laid out and whatnot. You guys are all great and thanks for bearing with me for so long!

fluttertree42:

on a scale of sweeney todd to jean valjean how well do you cope with returning from prison

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She had last seen snow the day she’d left Winterfell. That was a lighter fall than this, she remembered. Robb had melting flakes in his hair when he hugged me..

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When writers die they become books, which is, after all, not too bad an incarnation.

Jorge Luis Borges (via bookstorecouture)
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women of greek mythology - aphrodite (Ἀφροδίτη)

Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. Her Roman equivalent is the goddess Venus. According to Hesiod’s Theogony, she was born when Cronus cut off Uranus’s genitals and threw them into the sea, and she arose from the sea foam (aphros). According to Homer’s Iliad, she is the daughter of Zeus and Dione. Because of her beauty, other gods feared that their rivalry over her would interrupt the peace among them and lead to war, so Zeus married her to Hephaestus, who, because of his ugliness and deformity, was not seen as a threat. Aphrodite had many lovers—both gods, such as Ares, and men, such as Anchises. She played a role in the Eros and Psyche legend, and later was both Adonis’s lover and his surrogate mother. Many lesser beings were said to be children of Aphrodite. (+ more) [1 / 2]
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