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This is a record of what stands out, day after day after day...(on tumblr).

Hi! Twenty-three, Type 1 Diabetic Tumblrer.

booksdirect:

You can read anywhere.

booksdirect:

You can read anywhere.

(via bookporn)

whitepeopleofficial:

Me reblogging this is my contribution to earth day

(Source: damagaladriel, via insulinjunkie)

“Fan fiction is a way of the culture repairing the damage done in a system where contemporary myths are owned by corporations instead of by the folk.”

—   Henry Jenkins (Director of media studies at MIT)

(Source: quotesofquotes, via literarysins)

wheresthemoneykaren:

hermione:

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that little eyebrow raise meghan markle does my god

Genius promo. X3

“Libraries tend to become more cozy, relaxing and communicative places. Other than public spaces like museums, they have a certain private character, which makes them a living room for their community.”

“‎To all the girls whose thighs touch, with stretchmarks laid like gold across their backside, with bellies too full for any inadequate hands, thank Goddess for your abundance.”

—   Kim Katrin Crosby   (via becauseimafuckinglady)

(Source: ladyspeakstheblues, via nutriella)

“Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.”

—   Anna Quindlen (via quotethat)

(via bookswithbenefits)

“Eleanor and Park, the eponymous leads of Rainbow Rowell’s breakout YA novel, cannot be played by Shailene Woodley or Ansel Elgort or Miles Teller or any of the leads of the aforementioned adaptations. Park is half-Korean, and Eleanor is overweight. They are not going to look like any teen romantic movie leads in the history of ever. There’s a lot of diversity in YA literature these days, I wouldn’t be surprised if there was more diversity in YA than in any other genre of literature. This makes sense, it’s a lucrative genre, the money allows conventions to be broken and risks to be taken. Still, the books that have survived the book-to-film adaptation all share in common status quo casting. It’s impossible to do E&P with status quo casting. The film is going to have to bring in new talent. That new talent is going to be on billboards and in commercials and in pop-up ads. Every time we see these faces, we’re going to see that this is what a leading lady and a leading man can look like. When audiences attend the film they’re going to see that this is what a great love story can look like.”