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twasmeh:

Best Motivational Pictures I’ve ever seen

twasmeh:

Best Motivational Pictures I’ve ever seen

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marioncolibraries:

Baby got stacks!
Saw a photo like this of a bookstore and we had to make our own.


Hahahahahah

marioncolibraries:

Baby got stacks!

Saw a photo like this of a bookstore and we had to make our own.

Hahahahahah

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This may only be funny to me. But hilarious! Gary Oldmen and Karl Ove Knausgaard..long lost brothers.

Dungeons & Dragons Saved My Life

newyorker:

Jon Michaud on the “significantly underappreciated” benefits of Dungeons & Dragons: http://nyr.kr/1r9HrYb

“Though its detractors see the game as a gateway to various forms of delinquency, I would argue that the reverse is true. For countless players, Dungeons & Dragons redirected…

(Source: newyorker.com)

caeric-arclight:

Garth Marenghi’s DARKPLACE

caeric-arclight:

Garth Marenghi’s DARKPLACE

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theparisreview:

“I can’t speak for other writers, but I write to create something that is better than myself, I think that’s the deepest motivation, and it is so because I’m full of self-loathing and shame. Writing doesn’t make me a better person, nor a wiser and happier one, but the writing, the text, the novel, is a creation of something outside of the self, an object, kind of neutralized by the objectivity of literature and form; the temper, the voice, the style; all in it is carefully constructed and controlled. This is writing for me: a cold hand on a warm forehead.”
An interview with Karl Ove Knausgaard on his six-part epic, My Struggle, his writing process, and the book’s effect on his personal life.

Can Gary Oldmen play Karl Ove Knausgaard in the film adaptation of My Struggle!

theparisreview:

“I can’t speak for other writers, but I write to create something that is better than myself, I think that’s the deepest motivation, and it is so because I’m full of self-loathing and shame. Writing doesn’t make me a better person, nor a wiser and happier one, but the writing, the text, the novel, is a creation of something outside of the self, an object, kind of neutralized by the objectivity of literature and form; the temper, the voice, the style; all in it is carefully constructed and controlled. This is writing for me: a cold hand on a warm forehead.”

An interview with Karl Ove Knausgaard on his six-part epic, My Struggle, his writing process, and the book’s effect on his personal life.

Can Gary Oldmen play Karl Ove Knausgaard in the film adaptation of My Struggle!

Illustrations by Loui Jover

louijover on Tumblr

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by incidentalcomics:
Behind Every Great Novelist (Illustration for the NY Times Book Review)

by incidentalcomics:

Behind Every Great Novelist (Illustration for the NY Times Book Review)

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bookporn:

bookpatrol:

He’s got spine.
Shirt based on Pelican Book Spines by someshirt

Bookporn men’s fashion. We love it!

bookporn:

bookpatrol:

He’s got spine.

Shirt based on Pelican Book Spines by someshirt

Bookporn men’s fashion. We love it!

grrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai hate Lucas North!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

MI-5 raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaage

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