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Have some fan art for Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell!

It was an amazing read….. I love Cath, we have the same issues about leaving dorm rooms and going to the cafeteria when you don’t know anybody there! Thank goodness for awesome roomies!

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If something brings you pleasure, there should be no guilt associated with it. The reason people find themselves talking about guilty pleasures is because someone has taken their right to enjoyment from whatever it is that they like doing. It’s because someone has asserted themselves as an authority, as a person with privilege, and cast judgment upon an activity.

No one has the right to tell you what you should or shouldn’t like.

Regardless of what your education level, your financial status, your job, your haves-and-have-nots in life, what you choose to spend your free time doing is your choice and your choice alone. But more than that, it’s your responsibility to respect that for yourself and respect that for others, too. You should never feel guilty for what you enjoy, and you should never make anyone else feel guilty for what they like, either.

from a piece I wrote a couple years ago called You Can Like What You Like

Feels appropriate.

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I’ve always felt things deeply. Growing up, I was often called sensitive, and it’s taken a while to accept that yes, I am—but that being sensitive isn’t a character flaw, nor does it mean I am weak. Of course I sometimes wish I could be the person who doesn’t sob over stories about people and animals in faraway cities and countries, obsessing over lives and situations that have nothing to do with mine. Because there’s always that feeling of What can I do?, and that question can eat away at us sensitive types. Luckily, writing—and writing fiction, in particular—has always been the best way for me to deal with these big, insistent emotions that seem to take over with no warning.
Brandy Colbert, in her Book of Your Heart guest blog on distraction99.com about her debut novel, POINTE (via novaren)
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So now when you do Alt + Reblog, the reblog symbol turns green, “explodes” and then disappears.









((Fuck, I’m on mobile))

If you your on mobile you can just hold the reblog button down

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