I want his head in a fire, and I want to see him burn. I want to hand him the one piece of news that will destroy him, and I want to see his face when it happens. I have kept this secret for fifteen years. I have lost my life for fifteen years. I have lived this lie for fifteen years, and all the while I have watched him walk away from me. I have been destroyed while I have made him President. It is my turn.

He suffers. He hurts. He burns.

Melody “Mellie” Grant [x] (via popinsomniacs)

mockerjay made me choose:
gale hawthorne or peeta mellark


Q
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?
A

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 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.

This is beautiful.


6 year old fan asks Sebastian a question.

OMG….

(via quinnandnoah)



girlgrowingsmall:

The interviewer is so brutally uncomfortable

image

(via thespectacularreader)


Hey Taylor…

Hey, Taylor! If it’s true that you’re following people…can I get a follow? 


You ready to follow Captain America into the jaws of death?
Hell no. That little guy from Brooklyn who was too dumb not to run away from a fight - I’m following him.

This is the saddest thing I’ve ever seen. I started tearing up… No. No. No. 

(via vicerys)



THE INITIATION CHALLENGE → Stage One: Headcanon - by deathserums

↳ Tobias’ memories about Tris while scattering her ashes.

This is so beautiful and so tragic all at the same time. 

(via the-divergent-faction)


the-divergent-faction:

i take it this is her fear landscape but this is a bit distressing :-( 

Yeah, in the movie it’s a bit intense. 


I like you, here’s a gifset: Theo James

I love this. OMG. Haha!

(via shailenewoodleyloving)