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I wanna know what people assume about me because of my tumblr.

losed:

Put an assumption in my ask. I’ll confirm or dispute it. I’m not gonna be mean or anything, I’m just very interested. You can go anon if you want.

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More recently I’ve been willing to admit that lofty intellectual goals—for me, anyway—have no place mixing with relaxation, but vacation-reading planning is a stressful process nonetheless, as it is rather a lot harder than one might think to find exactly the right book that will not make one think too hard. This problem is complicated for me by the fact that I am cursed with a freakish ability to read an entire novel in a matter of hours, along with a conviction, familiar to many obsessive readers, that the absolute worst problem imaginable is to be stuck somewhere without a book—or, even more awful, with the wrong book. Normal people solve this problem with ereaders but, you know. I have earned my peccadilloes, and an inexplicable refusal to embrace ebooks is among them.

from Book People Problems: Vacation Reading by Sarah McCarry (via bookriot)
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lachantefleurie:

“We can never be gods, after all—but we can become something less than human with frightening ease.”

— N.K. Jemisin, The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

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Hasn’t anyone written poems to the wind?

Katherine Mansfield, “The Wind Blows” (via ablogwithaview)
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