The Word Made Flesh
Jenny Linsky from the Jenny and the Cat Club books

Jenny Linsky from the Jenny and the Cat Club books

This is Kazul, the dragon from the Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede; more specifically it’s from the first book in the series, Dealing With Dragons.

This is Kazul, the dragon from the Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede; more specifically it’s from the first book in the series, Dealing With Dragons.

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"It’s easy to lose yourself in the idea of a person and be blinded to their reality."

Jay Kristoff, Stormdancer

"I Aear Cân Ven Na Mar” or “The Sea Calls Us Home” spoken by Elrond in The Return of the King

"I Aear Cân Ven Na Mar” or “The Sea Calls Us Home” spoken by Elrond in The Return of the King

Catcher In The Rye tattoo I got a few months back by Kristy Nadine in Denver, Co

Catcher In The Rye tattoo I got a few months back by Kristy Nadine in Denver, Co

I wrote my first novel because I wanted to read it.
Toni Morrison (via thiscommonplacebook)
From Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves, the quote is originally cited in its French form from Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal as “Je ne vois qu’infini par toutes les fenetres.” The editors translate in the footnotes, “Through all windows, I see only infinity.” 

From Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves, the quote is originally cited in its French form from Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal as “Je ne vois qu’infini par toutes les fenetres.” The editors translate in the footnotes, “Through all windows, I see only infinity.” 

From “Love’s Labour’s Lost” by Shakespeare, a quote from the character of Don Armado: “Devise, wit; write, pen; for I am for whole volumes in folio.” Because I’m both a reader and a writer.Tattoo done by Simone at Progression Tattoo, in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. http://progressiontattoo.blogspot.com.au/

From “Love’s Labour’s Lost” by Shakespeare, a quote from the character of Don Armado: “Devise, wit; write, pen; for I am for whole volumes in folio.” Because I’m both a reader and a writer.

Tattoo done by Simone at Progression Tattoo, in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. http://progressiontattoo.blogspot.com.au/

That was one of your favorite themes: that profusion, replication, popularity wasn’t necessarily devaluing, and that time itself made all things rare.
Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk About Kevin (via quasiwallflower)
Their eyes were watching God by Zora Neales Hurston. I read it every summer, and sometimes again in the winter. :)

Their eyes were watching God by Zora Neales Hurston. I read it every summer, and sometimes again in the winter. :)

One hour to madness and joy! O furious! O confine me not!(What is this that frees me so in storms?What do my shouts amid lightnings and raging winds mean?)
-Walt Whitman, Children of Adam—One Hour to Madness and Joy
Irish Buddha Tattoo (Seaford, DE)

One hour to madness and joy! O furious! O confine me not!
(What is this that frees me so in storms?
What do my shouts amid lightnings and raging winds mean?)

-Walt Whitman, Children of Adam—One Hour to Madness and Joy


Irish Buddha Tattoo (Seaford, DE)

My first tattoo. I wanted it for 4 years before I did it. It was never a matter of if but when. I grew up with Harry; only natural it be a part of me.

My first tattoo. I wanted it for 4 years before I did it. It was never a matter of if but when. I grew up with Harry; only natural it be a part of me.

I was named after the children’s book Madeline and have been playing hockey my whole life. It was only fitting to get this tattoo on my foot. 

I was named after the children’s book Madeline and have been playing hockey my whole life. It was only fitting to get this tattoo on my foot. 

palequeenliteraryquotes:

“Soon he’ll come in again and kiss me, but differently. He’ll be different and so I’ll be different. It’ll be different. I thought, ‘It’ll be different, different. It must be different.”

-Jean Rhys

"Erleichda," from Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins is a fictional word that essentially means "lighten up" (the meaning is a bit richer in context).

"Erleichda," from Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins is a fictional word that essentially means "lighten up" (the meaning is a bit richer in context).