1. rubyvroom:

    Sorry for the extremely lengthy post on your dashes but this is so important

    Reblogged from: eleveninches
  2. This “rude” song is serious.

    This “rude” song is serious.

  3. lisanicholasbooks:

Cover Reveal!
This is it, the cover for The Farther I Fall, my debut novel with Berkley Intermix.
It’s been hard sitting on this all week, but I can finally share!
More info on the book is here.

:D :D :D

    lisanicholasbooks:

    Cover Reveal!

    This is it, the cover for The Farther I Fall, my debut novel with Berkley Intermix.

    It’s been hard sitting on this all week, but I can finally share!

    More info on the book is here.

    :D :D :D

    Reblogged from: lisanicholasbooks
  4. @prattprattpratt: The name’s Douchemaster McChest And this is my first headshot. You’re welcome. #throwbackthursday circa 2000 

    Reblogged from: assassinregrets
  5. Guess what I am doing toniiiiiiight

    Guess what I am doing toniiiiiiight

  6. onceuponatown:

    Early paparazzi photography of Evelyn Nesbit-Thaw and Harry Thaw. C.1909. 

    Harry Kendall Thaw (February 12, 1871 – February 22, 1947) was the son of Pittsburgh coal and railroad baron William Thaw, Sr. Heir to a multi-million dollar mine and railroad fortune, Harry Thaw had a history of severe mental instability and led a profligate life. His historical legacy rests on one notorious act: on June 25, 1906, on the rooftop of Madison Square Garden, Thaw murdered renowned architect Stanford White who had been the lover of Thaw’s wife, model/chorus girl Evelyn Nesbit.

    Plagued by mental illness since childhood, Thaw spent money lavishly to fund his obsessive partying, drug addiction, and the gratification of his sexual appetites. It is alleged that it was at this time that the term “playboy" entered the popular vocabulary coined to describe the lifestyle that Thaw so energetically pursued. The Thaw family wealth allowed them to buy the silence of those individuals who threatened to make public the worst of Thaw’s reckless behavior and licentious transgressions. Throughout his life, however, he had several serious confrontations with the criminal justice system, which resulted in his incarceration in mental institutions.

    Thaw shot and killed Stanford White as a result of his jealousy over the relationship between his wife, Evelyn Nesbit, and White. After one hung jury, he was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Years later, Stanford’s son Lawrence Grant White would write, “On the night of June 25th, 1906, while attending a performance at Madison Square Garden, Stanford White was shot from behind [by] a crazed profligate whose great wealth was used to besmirch his victim’s memory during the series of notorious trials that ensued.

    If she wore her hair in curls, every woman wore her hair in curls.

    Reblogged from: ninnieamee
  7. onceuponatown:

    Early paparazzi photography of Evelyn Nesbit-Thaw and Harry Thaw. C.1909. 

    Harry Kendall Thaw (February 12, 1871 – February 22, 1947) was the son of Pittsburgh coal and railroad baron William Thaw, Sr. Heir to a multi-million dollar mine and railroad fortune, Harry Thaw had a history of severe mental instability and led a profligate life. His historical legacy rests on one notorious act: on June 25, 1906, on the rooftop of Madison Square Garden, Thaw murdered renowned architect Stanford White who had been the lover of Thaw’s wife, model/chorus girl Evelyn Nesbit.

    Plagued by mental illness since childhood, Thaw spent money lavishly to fund his obsessive partying, drug addiction, and the gratification of his sexual appetites. It is alleged that it was at this time that the term “playboy" entered the popular vocabulary coined to describe the lifestyle that Thaw so energetically pursued. The Thaw family wealth allowed them to buy the silence of those individuals who threatened to make public the worst of Thaw’s reckless behavior and licentious transgressions. Throughout his life, however, he had several serious confrontations with the criminal justice system, which resulted in his incarceration in mental institutions.

    Thaw shot and killed Stanford White as a result of his jealousy over the relationship between his wife, Evelyn Nesbit, and White. After one hung jury, he was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Years later, Stanford’s son Lawrence Grant White would write, “On the night of June 25th, 1906, while attending a performance at Madison Square Garden, Stanford White was shot from behind [by] a crazed profligate whose great wealth was used to besmirch his victim’s memory during the series of notorious trials that ensued.

    Reblogged from: ninnieamee
  8. martinhsu:

    A most curious dream

    Wonderland, acrylic and cel vinyl on wood, 48” x 20” triptych

    More art info here

    In Dreams, new works by Martin Hsu

    Reblogged from: fairytalemood
  9. martinhsu:

    A most curious dream

    Wonderland, acrylic and cel vinyl on wood, 48” x 20” triptych

    More art info here

    In Dreams, new works by Martin Hsu

    Reblogged from: fairytalemood
  10. bitch-all-up-in-yo-face:

X
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  11. stonecoldstunning:

    queer representation isnt queer representation if its some easter egg to be revealed by a creator so they could pat themselves on the back 

    Reblogged from: assassinregrets
  12. torbooks:

    In this month’s Tor Newsletter, we say goodbye to Jay Lake. Locus Magazine Editor in Chief Liza Trombi remembers Jay.

    Reblogged from: mostlysignssomeportents
  13. omg

    roane72:

    I just saw the initial cover art for The Farther I Fall. I fear I may spend the rest of the day periodically looking at it and squealing.

    MY NAME IS ON THE COVER AND EVERYTHING.

    I’ll share the second we have a final cover and I have the okay to do so. believe me. :D

    Reblogged from: roane72
  14. bitch-all-up-in-yo-face:

X
    Reblogged from: ittoryu-iai
  15. annavonsyfert:

heck yea I did

    annavonsyfert:

    heck yea I did

    Reblogged from: gaffegaffe
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