This blog will no longer be active. I’m moving to another blog where I’ll also be posting lit related things, but there will also be more art and such.
I’m not going to delete this blog, however. I just won’t be updated anymore.
Literary perverts, make some noise! Some quiet, muffled noise.
I’ve seen this 10000 times but never took the time to realize what it was. This is beyond the cutest thing I have ever seen!! I am totally doing this!!
this is adorable
AWHHHHHHHHHHH its so adorable omg
cutest thing ever
You are probably experiencing some post-dinner lethargy at this point. Are you ready for a simple and fun DIY project? Grab your hot glue gun and your favorite craft paper (a old book will work too.) Check out Krista Sew Inspired to get the full tutorial for beautiful Vintage Inspired Paper Flowers!
It’s interesting (read: infuriating) to me that so many writers and fans think adding strong to the title of female character is anything BUT sexist. Look at what that is saying—we never say “strong male character” because it’s implied. Male characters are mostly treated well by writers—they’re complex and fleshed out and they are usually active participants in the plot.
This is an illustration I made based on Russell Edson’s poem, “Erasing Amyloo”.