INT. ASPIRING SCREENWRITER'S MIND

INT. ASPIRING SCREENWRITER'S MIND

Overthinking in Style.

Actively Reading: Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, Graceling by Kristin Cashore

Queued For Reading: The Robber Bride by Margaret Atwood, Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer, Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

Currently Watching: Semisuccessful Nostalgia Experiment Meets World, Fargo, Zankyou no Terror

Ask Me Something

"My friend, you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed." - Snowpiercer (2013)

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BLUE LILY LILY BLUE | BLOG POLICY

Okay, one month to go, so this is the deal (and it will get reblogged a few times over the next month, just so everyone’s clear).

WILL NOT be posting anything about BLLB until during the day, the actual day of the release: October 21st.

On and afterward, I WILL be tagging with the usual BLLB spoiler tags. These are, for those who’ve not picked it up yet: blue lily lily blue and rbiii spoilers.

WILL NOT be using cuts to hide detailed meta/review/ask response spoilers, unless posting to the main tag.

So happy reading, all. Happy spoiler avoiding, the desiring.

(I’m so excited to clear out my drafts because I have never had so many at one time ever.)

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essentialprocrastination:

thirdoffive:

The mummified heart of a Norse giant.

While going through his famous grandfather’s belongings after his passing in 1937, violinist Lars Sigerson discovered this casket. It appears to have been passed from generation to generation within his family for hundreds of years. The explanation and whatever story that goes with it has been lost to the ages.

The inscription on the casket is written in old Norse runes and reads:
“Behold! Within this casket lies the heart of the fierce and terrible giant known as Hrungnir, slain this day by Fafrd the Red whose bravery and cunning shall live forever!”

original link

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The Tale of Princess Kaguya 2013 Japanese theatrical poster

The Tale of Princess Kaguya 2013 Japanese theatrical poster

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cross-connect:

reblog from theonlymagicleftisart:

Photographer Ibai Acevedo 

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anachronisticfairytales:

Kelly McKernan

anachronisticfairytales:

Kelly McKernan

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cross-connect:

Anatoly Zenkov is an art director, designer and interactive programmer from MoscowRussia. He creates this ephemeral spaces by manipulating landscapes images and the effect is beautiful and astonishing.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

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Yo anon, I can’t reply to you on blog, but I did find that exchange cute if underlining my feelings that it’s a bit silly to predict it.

ayukotanaka:

inspired by the novel “City of Glass” by Paul Auster. 2013

ayukotanaka:

inspired by the novel “City of Glass” by Paul Auster. 2013

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