July232014
I finished my latest WIP this morning! This is about how I feel right now. 

I finished my latest WIP this morning! This is about how I feel right now. 

(Source: therasafritze, via tombensebevansandotherhunkydudes)

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tensetrips:

practicalskills:

questionableadvice:

~ Etiquette; Or, A Guide To The Usages of Society, by Count Alfred D’Orsay, 1843

hahaha oh I’m dead

This is my mantra when it comes to meeting folks.

tensetrips:

practicalskills:

questionableadvice:

~ Etiquette; Or, A Guide To The Usages of Society, by Count Alfred D’Orsay, 1843

hahaha oh I’m dead

This is my mantra when it comes to meeting folks.

(via my-ear-trumpet)

July182014
July152014

It’s probably a sad example of my own personality that if I had a Time Turner, instead of using it to change some major world event and alter history, I’d really just use it to catch up on my reading, writing, and episodes of Hannibal. 

1PM
Cover reveal! My second novel, The Half Killed, is due out later this year. 
EXCITE.

Cover reveal! My second novel, The Half Killed, is due out later this year. 

EXCITE.

July142014
theoddmentemporium:

Christmas is Cancelled
Oliver Cromwell, “who was part of the joint republican, military and parliamentarian effort that overthrew the Stuart monarchy as a result of the English Civil War, and was subsequently invited by his fellow leaders to assume a head of state role,” [Source] banned Christmas in the ‘anti-fun charter’ of 1651. Public notices were nailed to trees around Britain warning that:

The observation of Christmas having been deemed a sacrilege, the exchange of gifts and greetings, dressing in fine clothings, feasting and similar satanical practices, are hereby FORBIDDEN, with the offender liable to a fine of five shillings.

In 1657 he also banned mince pies because they symbolised Catholicism.

Advent Calendar of Oddments 2012: December 3rd

theoddmentemporium:

Christmas is Cancelled

Oliver Cromwell, “who was part of the joint republican, military and parliamentarian effort that overthrew the Stuart monarchy as a result of the English Civil War, and was subsequently invited by his fellow leaders to assume a head of state role,” [Source] banned Christmas in the ‘anti-fun charter’ of 1651. Public notices were nailed to trees around Britain warning that:

The observation of Christmas having been deemed a sacrilege, the exchange of gifts and greetings, dressing in fine clothings, feasting and similar satanical practices, are hereby FORBIDDEN, with the offender liable to a fine of five shillings.

In 1657 he also banned mince pies because they symbolised Catholicism.

Advent Calendar of Oddments 2012: December 3rd

(via my-ear-trumpet)

July132014

abandoned-playgrounds:

The Tartar Tent, the Gothic Church, Temple to the God Pan, the Ruined column and the Pyramid all reside in the abandoned French garden ‘Desert de Retz’. Source.

(via my-ear-trumpet)

2PM

brokenponycutiemark:

hideback:

Abandoned.

…Near the village of Braachaat, outside Antwerp, Belgium. The last photo shows a grotto-like cave under the mansion that may have been used as a bar in the past.

Give to me. I fix. Live there. Yesssss, precioussssssss

(via cleolinda)

1PM
whenasinsilks:




Dress, silk, c. 1878, American.
Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no. 1992.295.1a, b

whenasinsilks:

Dress, silk, c. 1878, American.

Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no. 1992.295.1a, b

(via cleolinda)

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