i was about to complain about my period but i’ve forgotten what my period parts are called

nimdok said: most dystopian books have romance, doesn’t matter the gender of the main character

sure, i get what you mean, and i am totally fine with some romance at the sideline, but when so many books (targeted towards teenage girls, which i am) are solely about ‘a society where love is decided for you but LOOK! the main character doesn’t wanna and has/gets a secret boyfriend and the society finds out and at the end of the book, the main and her boyfriend manages to slip away, right before the society catches them’ 

(here i’m thinking about delirium by lauren oliver and the killables by gemma malley specifically.)

i’ve read so many other books lately that, where the main character is male, the romance is more in the background and the rest of the plot gets thoroughly explored. but with many of the books where the main is female, love is half the plot and idk idk it just gets so predictable and boring

also it doesn’t help that i’m so tired of reading about straight people’s love, but that’s a different tale

why are so many books (thinking about dystopian here) with female leads so stuffed full of unnecessary romance? unnecessary, annoying romance

romance is boring ugh

and why always straight romance

even more annoying

celaena sardothien is going to be the death of me

winterduck:

I can hear the purring from here

walkingnorth:

may12324:

i drew this awhile ago, and im too lazy to finish it, oh well, Celaena and Nehemia

Annalise this is gorgeous, I am crying, look at their perfect happy faces, I seriously can’t handle how amazing this is <333

walkingnorth:

may12324:

i drew this awhile ago, and im too lazy to finish it, oh well, Celaena and Nehemia

Annalise this is gorgeous, I am crying, look at their perfect happy faces, I seriously can’t handle how amazing this is <333

mirroredtwins:

Cosima + Boobs (for science)

a guide to Achievement Hunter:
geoff: oh shit
jack: oh shit
ryan: oh shit
ray: oh shit
michael: oh shit
gavin: oh sh- BOLLOCKS

aprilcarstairs:

YA Lit Meme: 10 Series or Books
↳ [6/10] Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

“My name is Celaena Sardothien. But it makes no difference if my name’s Celaena or Lillian or Bitch, because I’d still beat you, no matter what you call me.” 

nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires 

i threw a piece of candy at emma’s cleavage and i hit

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2014 Reading Challenge

2014 Reading Challenge
Sandra has read 16 books toward her goal of 52 books.
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