The Librarians
Read as much as you can. Nothing will help you as much as reading.
J.K. Rowling (via kaitastrophical)

Terry Pratchett as Postman in Going Postal

Terry Pratchett as Postman in Going Postal

nineteenoone:

Unnatural Creatures, a collection of short stories, selected by Neil Gaiman

nineteenoone:

Unnatural Creatures, a collection of short stories, selected by Neil Gaiman

cuttlefishgarden:

thecube42:

YOU WOULDNT DOWNLOAD A DRAGON

If I could download a dragon all the cops in the world couldn’t stop me

michaelmoonsbookshop:

Mid 19th century leather bound book with gilt edges and gauffered (patterned) detailing 
London 1848 - binder unknown

michaelmoonsbookshop:

Mid 19th century leather bound book with gilt edges and gauffered (patterned) detailing 

London 1848 - binder unknown

soachromatic:

I finally got to draw my own piece for school, and since I am completely enthralled by The Secret History, I drew a little fan art. 

soachromatic:

I finally got to draw my own piece for school, and since I am completely enthralled by The Secret History, I drew a little fan art. 

hedgiwithapen:

I nominated Zeminar, head wizard of the society of wizards, for the ice bucket / lemon and soap bucket challenge.

artydeskart:

"Well now," said Dernhil. "A brilliant young musician who can’t read or write, and a week to teach you. What a conundrum! Where shall we begin?" He looked at Maerad as if she could tell him the answer. She looked down, feeling rebuked. "There is no shame in not knowing something," he said gently. "The shame is in not being willing to learn."

The Naming (pg 142) by Alison Croggon

kinda-sorta a redraw from 2009

handsomedorks:

hurleysxvx:

yes, but consider this:

remus lupin

you might be on to something here