Delusional Fangirl

My name is Adri. I'm 20 years old. Bibliophile //Aspiring Writer//Film Enthusiast
Fictional boys are so fucking hot.
P.S. I have a lot of fandoms. Feels<3

yaflash:

annaverity:

If I Stay — Trailer
Release Date: August 22nd

Please excuse me while I sob in the corner

(Source: ifistayofficial, via mundiemoms)

taherehmafi:

ransom and i got married several months ago in an intimate ceremony, but recently had a larger reception for more family and friends, and it was a blast! as we’re both writers, it seemed fitting to have the event at one of our favorite bookstores: the last bookstore in downtown LA. we’ve had a lot of requests for photos, so i thought i’d drop a few here. hope you enjoy them as much as we do! 

:::for the especially curious:::

my bouquet: was made from the pages of ransom’s novel (miss peregrine’s home for peculiar children).

our photographers: brandon + katrina of brandon wong photography.

venue: the last bookstore in downtown los angeles.

catering: the extremely fabulous heirloomla.

flowers: from floral art!

rentals: furniture from found rentals, dishes from dishwish!

the band: one of our favorite local indie bands, the gallery.

hugs and books!

xx

tahereh

walktheleyline:

"When she opened her eyes, she was both in her body and watching it, nowhere near the cavity of the tree. The Blue that was before her stood inches from a boy in an Aglionby sweater. There was a slight stoop to his posture, and his shoulders were spattered darkly with rain. It was his fingers that Blue felt on her face. He touched her cheek with the backs of his fingers. Tears coursed down the other Blue’s face. Though some strange magic, Blue could feel them on her face as well. She could feel, too, sick, rising misery she’d felt in the churchyard, the grief that felt bigger than her. The other Blue’s tears seemed endless. One drop slid after another, each following an identical path down her cheeks.The boy in the Aglionby sweater leaned his forehead against Blue’s. She felt the pressure of his skin against hers, and suddenly she could smell mint. It’ll be okay. Gansey told the other Blue. She could tell that he was afraid. It’ll be okay.Impossibly, Blue realized that this other Blue was crying because she loved Gansey. And that the reason Gansey touched her like that, his fingers so careful with her, was because he knew that her kiss could kill him. She could feel how badly the other Blue wanted to kiss him, even as she dreaded it. Though she couldn’t understand why, her real, present day memories in the tree cavity were clouded with other false memories of their lips nearly touching, a life this other Blue had already lived.Okay, I’m ready- Gansey’s voice caught, just a little. Blue, kiss me.”  ― Maggie Stiefvater,  The Raven Boys

walktheleyline:

"When she opened her eyes, she was both in her body and watching it, nowhere near the cavity of the tree. The Blue that was before her stood inches from a boy in an Aglionby sweater. There was a slight stoop to his posture, and his shoulders were spattered darkly with rain. It was his fingers that Blue felt on her face. He touched her cheek with the backs of his fingers.
Tears coursed down the other Blue’s face. Though some strange magic, Blue could feel them on her face as well. She could feel, too, sick, rising misery she’d felt in the churchyard, the grief that felt bigger than her. The other Blue’s tears seemed endless. One drop slid after another, each following an identical path down her cheeks.
The boy in the Aglionby sweater leaned his forehead against Blue’s. She felt the pressure of his skin against hers, and suddenly she could smell mint.
It’ll be okay. Gansey told the other Blue. She could tell that he was afraid. It’ll be okay.
Impossibly, Blue realized that this other Blue was crying because she loved Gansey. And that the reason Gansey touched her like that, his fingers so careful with her, was because he knew that her kiss could kill him. She could feel how badly the other Blue wanted to kiss him, even as she dreaded it. Though she couldn’t understand why, her real, present day memories in the tree cavity were clouded with other false memories of their lips nearly touching, a life this other Blue had already lived.
Okay, I’m ready- Gansey’s voice caught, just a little. Blue, kiss me.”
Maggie Stiefvater, The Raven Boys

ronanczernys:

the raven cycle + blue/gansey

cassandrajp:

cassandraclare:

Beautiful, really sad alternate cover for Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Jean
Will!.

(◕‿◕✿) 

pain

cassandrajp:

cassandraclare:

Beautiful, really sad alternate cover for Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Jean

Will!.

(◕‿◕✿) 

pain

softrichfuck:

How the Dream Thieves should have ended…

White Mitsubishi pulls into Fox Way

Kavinsky: Surprise bitches! I bet you’d thought you’d seen the last of me.

omg I love this

(Source: maugrims, via maugrims)

perfectlyfuckingcivil:

Ellen Page as Blue Sargent anyone?

omg yes. a possibility!

perfectlyfuckingcivil:

Ellen Page as Blue Sargent anyone?

omg yes. a possibility!

doodleforjoy asked: You are an amazing aurthor, but how did you know you were/could be so? Who did you first show a piece of writing to and what did they say?

maggie-stiefvater:

I actually was turned down for a creative writing class in college. I’m not telling you this to emphasize the injustice and tastelessness of my alma mater, but rather because I always tell would-be-authors that the most important person to convince of your career is always going to be YOU.

I have hundreds of rejection letters, including one from my current publisher and my current agent. All those letters meant was “you’re not good enough yet, Stiefvater.” They are a progress report, not a death sentence.

For me, the point of being a published author is to have a story in my head, and then to tell it well enough that readers can see the same version I am, or close to it. I don’t want to trick my way in to publishing a novel. I don’t want to publish before I can do that.

And I believe that anyone can learn this trick with enough practice — like learning to play a Bach piece.

So show your writing to other people, and don’t wince if they don’t like it. They’re just saying not yet, not no.

romiress asked: I love the Raven Boys. I really do. But my all time favorite couple is Ronan and Adam, because they seem to make each other so much better. Do... do I have any hope? Should I have hope?

maggie-stiefvater:

Well, Ronan does.


THE RAVEN CYCLE QUOTES
{x}
onlyone-greywaren:

Preview of Ronan playing the Irish Pipes. 
I’ll finish this later, but now I must ready for the workplace!

onlyone-greywaren:

Preview of Ronan playing the Irish Pipes. 

I’ll finish this later, but now I must ready for the workplace!

“Ronan said, ‘I’m always straight.’
Adam replied, ‘Oh, man, that’s the biggest lie you’ve ever told.’”

—   

Maggie Stiefvater, The Raven Boys

In hindsight, this is the most hilarious thing ever written.

(via sarasarai)

starhole:

“For me, it was almost like winter didn’t count. Summer was what mattered. My whole life was measured in summers.” 

- Jenny Han, The Summer trilogy