"I’ve always been a big fan of romance, and I think this story kind of captured the idea of meeting somebody and then an unexpected, unintentional night, unfolding in a really pure manner." (x)

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the greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return

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She’s a Replicant, isn’t she?

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George R. R. Martin talks about “Game of Thrones” characters Arya and the Hound. [x]

"He’s also on Arya’s vengeance list, but when the chance arises that he might take her home, she can’t turn it down."


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Do you want the job or not?

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First trailer for Syfy’s Ascension, with Tricia Helfer, Brian Van Holt, Brandon P. Bell, Andrea Roth, Tiffany Lonsdale, Ryan Robbins, Jacqueline Byers, P.J. Boudousqué and Gil Bellows.

Ascension is inspired by the real-life Project Orion that existed under the administration of President John F. Kennedy. The show sets up an alternate version of reality in which, in 1963, President Kennedy and the U.S. government, fearing the Cold War will become hot and lead to the destruction of the Earth, decided to launch a covert space mission. They sent 600 men, women and children into space on a century-long voyage aboard the Ascension, a massive, self-sustaining generation ship. Their mission is to populate a new world, known as Proxima, assuring the survival of the human race. Nearly 50 years into the journey (i.e. in the present), as they approach the point of no return, the mysterious murder of a young woman — the first homicide since their departure — causes the ship’s crew to question the true nature of their mission.

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AoS + text posts [2/?] - Skye Edition

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I might as well hand you the trophy right now, Miss Pratt. But I won’t. Not until I see how the rest of you step up your game.
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“We’re in a culture where a critic can say not only “this is a bad book,” but “the writer is a bad person.” (And “the readers are bad, too!”) I don’t know what the answer is, but maybe it starts with paying attention. When you see something — “review” or “close reading” that’s about author, not book, where quotes aren’t from text but the author’s blog, say something. Examine your own assumptions, and the reviewer’s. Believe in women as authors, not just stenographers of their own lives. When you see a critic say, “It’s impossible to review Female Author’s new book without discussing her life,” ask — really? Really really?”
—A compilation of Jennifer Weiner’s tweets from this morning. Very astute. Read all of them here.
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