There’s no fault in their constellation


(Source: hazelshaw, via only-joking-iamfred)



when you think about it fanfiction is actually amazing

there are thousands of brilliantly written novel-length stories kids wrote from their own brains about characters and shows/books/movies they love all twined into the internet and other kids read these 50k+ stories in their own time and invest themselves in it

nobody’s being paid to write it and nobody’s being told to read it, people do it because they legitimately enjoy it

that is just kind of amazing

(via eosthetic)


grizzlysupercow replied to your photo: The Danish cover of TFIOS - the title literally…

Where did you find it?

I found it on the Danish online bookstore Gucca’s website. I was just browsing for John Green books in Danish, and I noticed that it was ready for preordering, so I got pretty excited!



“‘I can only hope,’ Julia said, turning back to Gus, ‘they grow into the kind of thoughtful, intelligent, young men you’ve become.’
I resisted the urge to audibly gag. ‘He’s not that smart,’ I said to Julie.
‘She’s right. It’s just that most really good-looking people are stupid, so I exceed…



‘Eat eggs, my faithful one.’
‘Eggs, my lord?’
‘Eggs are a symbol of rebirth, Quasar. And eat Orange Rocket ice lollies.’
‘What do they symbolise, Guru?’
‘Nothing. They contain vitamin C in abundance.’ 

Ghostwritten is a great novel by David Mitchell and it’s also hilarious as fuck.


"Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book. And then there are books like An Imperial Affliction, which you can’t tell people about, books so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like a betrayal."

— The Fault in our Stars by John Green (via lost-in-words)


Reblog if you’ve actually read every single page of all seven Harry Potter books; from The Boy Who lived to Nineteen Years Later.



Read them all in Danish (several times) and listened to all the audiobooks, read by Master Stephen Fry - next step: reading them all in English (UK version, of course!)

I have stuck with Harry until the very end!

(Source: dobbyismypatronus, via siriuslydandy)

Fourteen years ago today, the magic began; 30th June, 1997.
That’s my childhood, gone! </3
Fourteen years ago today, the magic began; 30th June, 1997.

That’s my childhood, gone! </3

(Source: margaerystyrells, via whatthefawkes)