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  3. :suddenly understands the reason people love Wonder Woman:

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  4. chrisbrinleejr:

    Brothers, reunited. Preparing for battle at sea.


  5. Top Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From


    I really liked this post idea from Maureen Eichner and Rachel Neumeier (though I see it’s originally from The Broke and the Bookish), so I decided to try it for myself. I’m counting ebooks idiosyncratically, mostly when I remember to do so—I’m not going through my Kindle to count authors I mostly own in ebook format. Especially since there would probably be a preponderance of trashy romances. Also I ended up with 12 authors instead of 10, because of ties.

    I wanna do this, too!

    Reblogging instead of doing my own post so people can go back and read others’ posts…

    My guesses: Robin McKinley, J.R.R. Tolkien, Diana Wynne Jones, J.K. Rowling? and Georgette Heyer, haha

    Note: the serendipity of used book sales has a lot to do with my library, as does moving culls. :\ I would have the whole Anne series…

    The actual inventory:

    10: C.S. Lewis (household objects but I purchased them…or have adopted them as basically mine)

    9: Robin McKinley. Beauty, The Blue Sword, and The Hero and The Crown are my originals from 13&14yrs.

    9: I Hate You More Than Anything, manga by Banri Hidaka. It’s good, and it’s out of print…

    7: J.R.R. Tolkien because we can count editions if it JRR. These are only my personal ones, however! Includes Smith of Wooten Major. Should someday include the poetry sketches…

    6ish: Orson Scott Card, which I have bought but are scattered through the household

    6: Diana Wynne Jones

    5: Jane Austen’s work

    4: Megan Whalen Turner, because she’s only written 4 books so far. (smh)

    4: Ally Carter’s I’d Tell You I Love You But Then I’d Have to Kill You

    And for 3 let’s go with Jonathan Stroud’s Bartimaeus Trilogy, one of the least-hyped awesome YA fantasies I have ever had the pleasure of reading.

    …soooo I guess I do not have a very excessive library. I haven’t made a priority of sparing money for books until recently, so most were acquired by hunting through used stuff, or BookMooch. Some exceptions: Howl’s Moving Castle, Fire & Hemlock, The Queen’s Thief series, and The Beekeeper’s Apprentice by Mary R. King.

  6. chrisbrinleejr:

    On a boat or stranded, lost at sea — there’s no place I’d rather be.

  7. cassandrajp:

    Ronan art (a la Raven Boys written by maggie-stiefvater)

    Would make an excellent tattoo. If you go for that sort of thing.

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  8. chrisbrinleejr:

    Breakfast is served.

    OMG I do love the food ones…


  9. "Maturing is realizing how many things don’t require your comment."
    — Rachel Wolchin  (via pnko)

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  10. rurounigochan:



    By Crom! is my joke-a-panel autobiographical comic featuring life advice and spiritual guidance from Conan the Barbarian. It ran from January 2012 to May 2014, and is collected in two books, The Collected By Crom! and Full Colour Cromulence. You can read the archives on WealdComics.com, and grab the books in print and in PDF.

    By Crom! will be tabling with Weald Comics at TCAF, VanCAF, TAAFI and possibly FanExpo Toronto!

    Rachel Kahn’s By Crom! series isn’t only funny, though it is funny, it is also charming and comforting and challenging, panel by panel, in great ways. Get thee this comic.

    I clearly have not put enough serious consideration into having a barbarian warrior as my spirit animal.


    basically, what I was thinking through that whole thing

    but also, I need this. And I know nothing more than the gist of Conan the Barbarian.

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