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taherehmafi:

the evolution of the SHATTER ME shoes! i made these using a pair of old boots, lots of broken mirrors, and some pretty intense adhesive.

thanks to ransom riggs for being my always amazing photographer!

jeffstokely:

Solid advice for any writer, found on a middle school bulletin board.
Via Vladimir Verano

jeffstokely:

Solid advice for any writer, found on a middle school bulletin board.

Via Vladimir Verano

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Christmas bonbons! Peppermint, orange chocolate, walnut, almond.

when I research period clothing

title2come:

because delicious food is colorful

because delicious food is colorful

When you think how cool it would be to have a museum of books and then you realize, oh wait, that’s a library.

(Source: Guardian, via oculartreat)

chocolate cupcakes with peppermint patty center and peppermint chocolate ganache

Moby Dick

  • 1: It's harder for me to think of examples of great characterization but poor plot. Moby Dick? I guess that one does have plot. Just full of digressions. But that one's not about the characters, either, really. I think it's more about the language.
  • 2: Yeah, Moby Dick is about a love affair with the English language.