i-learned-it-from-the-pizzaman:

For me, this is the most terrifying scene on DW.

Humans are the scariest things in the universe.

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“An author in his book must be like God in the universe, present everywhere and visible nowhere.”

Gustave Flaubert (via observando)

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Oh, take me back to the start….

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“[Neil Gaiman is] a man who looks like Professor Snape’s illegitimate son. The only reason he’s not Tim Burton is because Tim Burton called dibs on “Tim Burton” first.”

Cracked.com
“For everything you have to love you have to pay some price.”

Agatha Christie

Book Geek Quote #439

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Plenty of people write detective stories, but yours are the best. Why? Why are you so good, Agatha Christie? Because you understand. You’ve lived. You’ve fallen, you’ve had your heart broken. You know about people. Their passions, their hope, despair and anger.

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“It is a curious thought, but it is only when you see people looking ridiculous that you realize just how much you love them.”

Agatha Christie, An Autobiography (via observando)
“People might tell you that reading is a way to hide from the world, and sometimes it can be, but in my experience, people who love books are also interested in myriad other things. They love music and movies and travel food and (gasp!) even television. As a friend of mine says, books make you a glutton for life. They show you how much there is to be experienced in the world. So let them do that. Let them make you curious. Let them make you hungry. Let them give you more questions than answers.”

Rebecca Schinsky’s 5 Reading Rules for Book Lovers of All Ages on the Reading Rainbow Blog (via sevenletterswithay)

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“A bookshelf is like a framed collage. Every book is a photograph; every spine tells a story. Friends you left behind, enemies you’d long forgotten, places you’d once visited. This is why I keep my books.”

Emily Daniels (Naturalistic Benevolence)

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Do you haunt bookstores? Find yourself looking for one of those quirky independents even on vacation? Do you fantasize about owning such a place, preferably a jumble of rooms encouraging browsers to meander all afternoon, ideally located in a quaint New England town?

Gabrielle Zevin has written this novel for you.


“You think it’s cool to hate things. And it’s not. It’s boring. Talk about what you love and keep quiet about what you don’t.”

Liberal Arts (via petrichour)

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“I often carry things to read so that I will not have to look at the people.”

Charles Bukowski (via sunst0ne)

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