Category Archives: Literature

Fire And Ice

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The Silmarillion: Honest Titles

I do not take credit for this awesomeness (the credit for this falls to Caranthira on Tumblr) but I can’t help but want to share the fun. If you’re a fan of the Silmarillion you have probably already seen this … Continue reading

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Motivation

I found this pic on Pinterest, and in the light of what I wrote here it kinda felt like a motivation injection. Because it made me happy/hopeful, I thought to share it. It’s a quote of Ira Glass, directed at writers, but … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Lament…

I hesitate to call myself a writer, because the only things I write are poetry and fanfic. And poetry -especially my poetry- doesn’t really count, in my opinion. Yet I can’t deny that I write, and that this writing is an … Continue reading

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Blunt Truth, Brought To You By Philip Larkin

This Be The Verse They fuck you up, your mom and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had And add some extra, just for you. But they were fucked up … Continue reading

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Fëanorian Appreciation Week!

*WARNING: Silmarillion related post!* It’s been Fëanorian Appreciation Week! We’re at day 7, which means it’s Amras Day today, and the event is almost over. I think it was a thing on Tumblr, and since I have no Tumblr I … Continue reading

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QP Reads Books #1: Too Much Bitterness And Mental Health Issues!

I have decided to read more books, and because I thought my trip to Florence would be heavy enough without Russian novelists and Franz Kafka (I was right), I went with 2 books by Marian Keyes. This is technically chick-lit. … Continue reading

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