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everything leads to you by nina lacour
four by veronica roth
landline by rainbow rowell

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sex and the city, season 3
rewatching: parks and recreation
excited for

isla and the happily ever after by stephanie perkins
silver shadows by richelle mead


i'm freaking out because we're already more than halfway through 2014 and i still haven't done anything besides graduate this year



Fun at Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes.


He lifted his eyes and saw clear across the narrow sea, to the Free Cities and the green Dothraki sea and beyond, to Vaes Dothrak under its mountain, to the fabled lands of the Jade Sea, to Asshai by the Shadow, where dragons stirred beneath the sunrise.


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the Darkling - the Grisha by Leigh Bardugo


25 Days of Shadow and Bone Challenge

Day Two: Malyen Oretsev Fancast

↬Joe Collier 

Mal caught hold of my arm and yanked me around. “I am a commoner,” he growled. “Not one of your pilgrims or your Grisha or some pampered watchdog who sits outside your door all night on the off chance that you might need me.”

Robb took them all the way down to the end, past Grandfather and Brandon and Lyanna, to show them their own tombs. Sansa kept looking at the stubby little candle, anxious that it might go out. Old Nan had told her there were spiders down here, and rats as big as dogs. Robb smiled when she said that. “There are worse things than spiders and rats,” he whispered. “This is where the dead walk.” That was when they heard the sound, low and deep and shivery. Baby Bran had clutched at Arya’s hand. When the spirit stepped out of the open tomb, pale white and moaning for blood, Sansa ran shrieking for the stairs, and Bran wrapped himself around Robb’s leg, sobbing. Arya stood her ground and gave the spirit a punch. It was only Jon, covered with flour. “You stupid,” she told him, “you scared the baby,” but Jon and Robb just laughed and laughed, and pretty soon Bran and Arya were laughing too.
The memory made Arya smile, and after that the darkness held no more terrors for her. […] She was going home. Everything would be better once she was home again, safe behind Winterfell’s grey granite walls.


We are only human, and the gods have fashioned us for love. That is our great glory, and our great tragedy.

“Summer will end soon enough, and childhood as well.”
I do believe in the light
Raise your hands into the sky
The fight is done, the war is won
Lift your hands toward the sun
Toward the sun

(it’s the moment of truth it’s the moment to lie 
it’s the moment to live and the moment to die)
Toward the sun
(it’s the moment of truth it’s the moment to lie
it’s the moment to live and the moment to die)
Toward the sun
(it’s the moment to fight, the moment to fight, the moment to fight, to fight, to fight, to fight, to fight…)

The war is won

To the right, to the left
We will fight to the death
To the edge of the earth
It’s a brave new world from the last to the first

To the right, to the left
We will fight to the death
To the edge of the earth
It’s a brave new world, it’s a brave new world
It’s a brave new world

A brave new world
The war is won
The war is won
A brave new world

I am Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, of the blood of Old Valyeria. I am the dragon’s daughter, and I swear to you that those who would harm you will die screaming.

15 JULY 2011 -> Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 (3 YEARS)

“Friday was an important day for Harry and Ron. They finally managed to find their way down to the Great Hall for breakfast without getting lost once.”

J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Ch. 8, p. 100

#Can we just pause for a moment and appreciate how sweet this is? #I mean, it’s something that probably many of us can relate to. #And in the context of the story, with all the great things Harry and Ron are going to do, it’s just so cute that getting down to breakfast was a big accomplishment way back when.

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