agentsoftherealm:

Hey guys!

WOW! It’s been almost 5 months since I first started Agents of the Realm and I felt a bit like doing a look back to one of my favorite sequences in Chapter 1 (also now with the new and shiny cover!). 

Agents of the Realm updates Sundays and Thursdays (with this coming Sunday being the first appearance of the SECOND agent ooOOOOOOOOOOO).

So come along on the ride with me to get to know the 5 girls who’ll be saving the world as (they) know it, share in the struggles of their college years and cheer them on with every fight they come across!

The Comic The Cast The Story 

What is this magic? mnemonicsweets, are you seeing this?

Kiki&Tombo

So, my Tumblr friends, I Did a Thing.

As in, a book-related Tumblr. I know a lot of lovely authors now, and I think there are some titles in particular that certain niches of Tumblr would LOVE.

Thus, encouragement in the form of blog posts, detailing why Tumblr needs to be eating these books, and why they so will want to.

(YA as of right now, might expand once I get the hang of this new bicycle.)

There’s a submit button. There’s a GIF of David Tennant. There’s an Ask if you have questions.

Dear Readers

medievalpoc:

Please understand that I will continue to write as long is there is one person left on earth who cares, who wants to learn, who is willing to fight. I will post these works for as long as you are willing to see them.

Thank you.

Märchenprinzen

A prince charming to grant all your wishes.
Always pleasant, always chivalrous, seems like created by magic.

kingcheddarxvii:

The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness is SUCH a great little movie. I’d seen the a lot of the more popular posts from it going around before I watched it. Going in I thought it might be two hours of philosophical waxing by Hayao Miyazaki, and there is some of that, but really it’s more like two hours…

A reflection on how The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness is important to watch, to see how our heroes are human and we can and do aspire as ordinary people to do the same things they do.

It is such a good. Read it.

She naturally loved solitary places, vast views, and to feel herself for ever and ever and ever alone.

Virginia Woolf, from Orlando (via violet-and-ivy)