I think my favorite thing about this generation is how seriously everyone takes their Hogwarts house.
Remus Lupin’s blue hair-having, rebellious, snogging in dark corners for longer than humanly possible punk child.
Sirius and James are losing their shit in the afterlife.
hahaha I love this movies
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A woman is not written in braille, you don’t have to touch her to know her. —
I will reblog this every single time
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If your TBR list works for you, that’s great. Get on down with your bad self. But if it makes you feel guilty or overwhelmed or depressed or unfulfilled or like you’re doing reading wrong, throw it away. Click “delete.” Trust your brain to remember the books you’re actually interested in, then trust your gut to pick out the right reads at the right time. Take recommendations from reliable sources, but know you are not committed or obligated to them. Remember that your reading life is yours. Read what you want when you want to. Buck the pressure, fuck the haters, and make room for the magic. — from Throw Away Your TBR List: A Radical Reading (un)Plan by Rebecca Schinsky (via bookriot)
Fiction is a fantastic way of looking out through somebody else’s eyes. You get to experience loss and tragedy and death. But experience these things in a form which means that when you close the pages and put the book back on the shelf, it’s over and you’re home and you’re safe — Neil Gaiman, during an interview with Robin Young on Here and Now (via la-arboleda)