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priestess-of-the-night asked: If you could go anywhere be the location fantasy or real, where would you go, who and what would you take and for how long?


Answer:

THANK YOU FOR SAVING MY SANITY.
Real I would go to Texas. For like 3 weeks maybe. Imaginary I would go to Hogwarts for a semester

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4 hours ago

Send me interesting stuff to keep me from losing it at work?

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4 hours ago
Anonymous asked: Would getting a faery star tattoo be bad in some way?


Answer:

gardenofthequeen:

probably not, unless like go to a sketchy tattoo artists in a back alley

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6 hours ago
Anonymous asked: Ms. Bardugo, I loved your first books, but I was terribly disappointed to see you give in to political correctness in Ruin & Rising. You had a great story and then you ruined it with unnecessary lesbianism. Authors don't need to make statements, they just need to write good books. I hope you'll remember that in the future.


Answer:

lbardugo:

I was really tempted to ignore this because I don’t believe in giving anon wangs a platform, but the term “unnecessary lesbianism” made me laugh so hard that I caved.

Authors can write good books and make statements. I’m going to make some statements now. (Get ready.)

Queer people and queer relationships aren’t less necessary to narrative than cishet people or relationships. In fact, given the lovely emails and messages I’ve received about Tamar and Nadia (and given the existence of anon wangs like you), I’d say making queer relationships visible in young adult fiction is an excellent—and yes, necessary—idea.

I do agree that story trumps statement or we’d all just write angry pamphlets, but queer people exist both in my world and the world of the Grisha trilogy. I don’t see how including them in my work is making a statement unless that statement is “I won’t willfully ignore or exclude people in order to make a few anon wangs happy.” If that’s the statement I’m making, I’m totally down with it.

Also, I’m going to take this moment to shout out Malinda Lo, Laura Lam, Alex London, David Levithan, Emily Danforth, Emma Trevayne, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson, and Cassandra Clare, and to link to Malinda’s 2013 guide to LGBT in YA.  Because why just give attention to bigots when you can talk about awesome books and authors instead?

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janey-jane:

We don’t know where it came from, but it’s attracting a lot of cats.

janey-jane:

We don’t know where it came from, but it’s attracting a lot of cats.

(via shadowstep-of-bast)

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6 hours ago

crudelucy:

witchyroses:

crudelucy:

No one’s laying attention to how hot I am on FB and it’s making me so sad. Like how are all the dudes who are ignoring me supposed to feel bad if you don’t all tell them to?

You should probably post an overly edited super attractive photo and caption it “I lost a bet and had to post this please don’t make fun of me it’s a horrible picture I know -_-

I did that with my photos from Katy Perry and nothing 😩

No way such idiots

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6 hours ago

violasarecool:

misfitreindeer:

what if people’s hair changed color based on their emotions

like one day you’re out getting a cup of coffee and you notice some cutie in the back of the coffeeshop and your hair starts turning bright pink and you do you best to try to hide it but you can’t help but look over and

they’re just sitting there, staring at you, their face as flushed as their locks

Awww people would wear hats as the norm right and there would be rebellious girls teasing their hair up to make it as huge as possible being all “look at my emotions I’m not hiding them!” And that could be cool someone write it!!

(via nyappytotoro)

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benedoodle-cumberpoodle:

lapfulofmisha:

isabela-stole-my-book:

44% of the audience of Guardians of the Galaxy is female and all the speculation states that women went to see it for Chris Pratt’s body. I don’t think that’s fair. Maybe (and this is crazy) they just like kickass movies with space shit and explosions. Maybe women can do things without men being their motivation. Maybe.

Bless you

I WENT FOR THE TALKING RACCOON MOTHAFUCKAS

(via squintymisha)

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7 hours ago

say-zar:

ruinedchildhood:

biggest plot twist in all of history

*patiently waits 34787894745 years for sequel*

(Source: 2000ish, via victorikeef)

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People who can't draw:Drawing is fucking hard
People who don't try at all:Drawing is fucking hard
Teachers:Drawing is fucking hard
Beginning artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Pro artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Famous artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Extremely famous artists:Drawing is fucking hard
Long gone, passed away artists who went down in history:Drawing is fucking hard
People who are upset an artist won't draw for them for free:Drawing is easy!
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7 hours ago

People keep saying things about “Isis is to Islam and Westbrook baptist church is to Christianity!!!” No it’s not!!! You kidding?? WBC is shitty BUT THEY ARE NOT AS HORRIBLE AND DISGUSTING AS ISIS. THEY ARENT KILLING PEOPLE. They aren’t in the same sphere! Stop likening this. WBC is shirty but they aren’t terrorists. The aren’t even a problem I’m comparison. Let’s focus ok??

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7 hours ago

parlourpixiekyle:

parlourpixiekyle:

*sigh* i don’t suppose there are alternatives to paypal…

for receiving donations i mean

There are! Someone help me out

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