First and Last words.
I’m not crying, there’s something in both my eyes.
THE FIRST AND LAST WORDS ARE SAID BY ALBUS
I TAKE BACK ANY CRITICISM OF HIS NAME
I open at the close
George R.R. Martin is ruthless - every death in the Game of Thrones series is tabbed
im not even in the GOT fandom but how the fuck are any of you still breathing
I find that if you begin by assuming every single person you meet will die gruesomely within the next five pages then the entire story is really quite a pleasant surprise
These bitches always had to come and slap ya upside the head at some point during ur fairy magic adventures. Every time. It was like they were defunct if they didn’t chase you down once or twice.
best friend of the year.
As Game of Throne’s ravishing teenage heiress Sansa Stark, Sophie Turner has seen her father decapitated, endured domestic violence at the hands of a twisted prince and sat through some interminable banquets. Fortunately, she thinks it’s all bloody good fun. — Sophie Turner for Tatler UK April 2014
It’s a pretty male world. You have William Graham, Hannibal Lecter and Jack Crawford, as your three leads. And then, there’s Alan Bloom and Freddy Lounds. Really, the only female character in Red Dragon, besides the blind woman is Beverly Katz, and you only see her for a little bit. So, I just thought that we need more female energy because I love writing for women and it was just too male. The piece needed women. - Bryan Fuller [x]
I’ve had to draw a conclusion based on what I glimpsed through the stitching of the person suit that you wear. And the conclusion I’ve drawn is that you are…dangerous.
but you can keep the hearts
Mirrors and Windows by Gabriele Galimberti and Edoardo Dilelle
The portrait series draws insight into the lives of women across the world based on their intimate living spaces.While some have countless possessions, living in the lap of luxury, others are clearly not as fortunate.
The project states: “In a world that is increasingly shaped by global standardization and IKEA aesthetics, this work explores the rooms of the conventional and the eccentric, the rich and the poor, the mother and the single, the pious and the unbelieving, the sports-obsessed and the shopping-addicted, the tomboy and the girly-girl, the tidy and the shambolic… These bedrooms are the mirrors of the history, personality, culture, obsessions and social status of the girls that occupy them, but are also unique windows into these young women’s worlds.”
Source: Gabriele Galimberti website