dorkly:

Jack Gleeson is slowly approching Nathan Fillion-levels of fan goodwill.

dorkly:

Jack Gleeson is slowly approching Nathan Fillion-levels of fan goodwill.

fishingboatproceeds:

Announcement: Henceforth my tumblr will be a Prince George Appreciation Blog.

booksdirect:

You can read anywhere.

booksdirect:

You can read anywhere.

(via littledallilasbookshelf)

tessaviolet:

i—need—a—doctor:

When you quote a fictional character around a friend or family member and they don’t notice

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heisenbergchronicles:

Varis, one of my favorite artists, has opened a shop on Society6. Most of her glorious Breaking Bad art will be available for purchase. If you’re looking for a piece and you don’t see it on there now, just let her know.
ICYMI, I had the pleasure of interviewing her recently. Go check it out. She’s a devious, beautiful mind.

heisenbergchronicles:

Varis, one of my favorite artists, has opened a shop on Society6. Most of her glorious Breaking Bad art will be available for purchase. If you’re looking for a piece and you don’t see it on there now, just let her know.

ICYMI, I had the pleasure of interviewing her recently. Go check it out. She’s a devious, beautiful mind.

littledallilasbookshelf:

Shakespeare and Company, a famous bookshop in Paris. by elsa11 on Flickr.
Set in the heart of Paris on the Left Bank opposite Notre-Dame, Shakespeare and Company has grown from a bookstore into an institution. It is situated in the Latin Quarter which for centuries has been the centre of Parisian creativity and intelligentsia. Upon entering, you will find yourself in a place Henry Miller described “A wonderland of books”.

littledallilasbookshelf:

Shakespeare and Company, a famous bookshop in Paris. by elsa11 on Flickr.

Set in the heart of Paris on the Left Bank opposite Notre-Dame, Shakespeare and Company has grown from a bookstore into an institution. It is situated in the Latin Quarter which for centuries has been the centre of Parisian creativity and intelligentsia.
Upon entering, you will find yourself in a place Henry Miller described “A wonderland of books”.