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Just because life is hard, and always ends in a bad way, doesn’t mean that all stories have to, even if that’s what they tell us in school and in the New York Times Book Review. In fact, its a good thing that stories are as different as we are, one from another.
So here’s how this one ends: happily, I should warn you.
Sundays at Tiffany’s - James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet

Reblog if you’ve ever yelled at a book.






Are there people who don’t reblog this?

I can only assume that the ones who haven’t aren’t reading the right books.


If it doesn’t make you mad, it’s not good enough.


I once read a book that was really good and intriguing and had me utterly hooked and it just ended. With no explanation as to what had just happened. All the weird shit that was going on just…made no sense. It was exactly that Bradley Cooper gif.


I’m definitely going to have to win the lottery now since I’ve just decided (rather unrealistically) that when it comes around, I want to have my wedding reception in a castle.

I’ve been digitally mapping orchards around Scotland for the last 3 months and as such been spending a lot of time looking at walled gardens, which tend to be in the grounds of old castles and mansion houses. Most of our castles are now looked after by the National Trust for Scotland, which means I’ve been on their website a lot too. Each webpage for each particular castle mentions that it can be booked for weddings and corporate events etc, which having nothing to do with orchard mapping, I obviously ignored.

Until, that is, I saw a photo of one of the castle libraries. Imagine having your wedding photos taken in the library of a 13th century castle! With all those leather bound books in the background…

Big puffy dress, library, castle. How Disney is that!?


The thing I like most about Buffy is that you can enjoy it on so many levels. I used to watch it when I was really young just for the entertainment value. It’s always been my favourite show. However, as I grew up and watched it repeatedly the deeper aspects of the series slowly began to affect me more and more. What I just wanna say is that I’m just thankful that a show that I loved when I was six turned out to be a show I now love when I’m 20. It’s an old friend that has grown up with me.

Oh, this.
Me too.

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