People, I have discovered, are layers and layers of secrets. You believe you...– Insurgent (via myfavequote)
That night when you kissed me, I left a poem in your mouth, and you can hear...– Andrea Gibson, Yarn (via slutcyrus)
I’d start saving all of my books. I would organize them by how many times I’ve...– If I Knew Where I Was Going (via crabmink)
The sign of intelligence is that you are constantly wondering. Idiots are always...– Vasudev (via myheadisweak)
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When I read a book I seem to read it with my eyes only, but now and then I come...– W. Somerset Maugham (via sheddingpetals)
If there was a school for writers
How to torture/kill in the saddest ways your favourite characters - with Suzanne Collins.
How to be a complete troll about your plot - with Rick Riordan.
How to be the most cruel, harsh, sadist and violent writer on Earth - with Michael Grant.
How to give your characters the most revolting and traumatic past - with J. K. Rowling.
How to ascend from a funcking fanfiction writer to a fucking best-seller writer - with Cassandra Clare.
How to have the most crazy, deep and lush metaphors (which don't need exactly to have meaning or sense) - with Tahereh Mafi.
How to have the mad and non-sense ideas to books, but make them best-sellers - with Scott Westerfeld.
How to be a boss - with Neil Gaiman.
How to make the funcking reader cry a fucking ocean in three words - with Nicholas Sparks.
How to have the best and most creative narrative of the books - with Markus Zusak.
How to write teenage stories without being disgusting - with Meg Cabot.
How to create characters so human that you believe they are real - with John Green.
How to be shit and pretend you are good - with Stephenie Meyer.
How to be a NYT bestseller without even trying- with E.L. James
I can feel infinitely alive curled up on the sofa reading a book.– Benedict Cumberbatch (via lovelyintrovert)
If you don’t read or write, you can’t be educated, you can’t care about anything...– Ray Bradbury, brilliant as ever, in a rare 2003 interview on fixing education and our responsibility to future generations. (via explore-blog)