*cassandra clare

queen of air and darkness snippet

Isabelle shook her head, then bent down and unclipped a chain from one ankle. She held it out to Emma. “This is blessed iron. Poisonous to faeries. Wear it and you can pack a hell of a kick.”

“Thanks.” Emma took the chain and wrapped it twice around her wrist, fastening it tightly.

“Do I have anything iron?” Simon looked around wildly, then reached into his pocket and pulled out a small metal figure of an archer. “This is my D&D character, Lord Montgomery —”

“Oh my God,” said Isabelle.

It irritates the shit out of me when people interrupt me when I’m reading like, I’m in the zone, I’m in an entirely different fucking world so don’t fucking pat me on the shoulder susan

Me: *sees an amazing post*

Me: hmm let me just reblog this so I can find it quickly

Me: *reblogs it*

Me: *Reblogs 20 posts in a span of 15 minutes*

Me: Hmm yes easy to find

When reading we don’t fall in love with a character’s appearnce. We fall in love with theie wards, their thoughts, their hearts, their mistakes and their flaws. We fall in love with every aspect of their souls.

I read YA because if I wanted to hear about bills and mid life crises then I would talk to my dad

“Why am I still single?” I whisper as I sit in the house, in my pyjamas, surrounded by books

Przyciągnął ją do siebie i pocałował. Niektóre rzeczy trzeba zrobić, nawet jeśli jest to zły
—  Cassandra Clare

I forgot inktober (like ever) so I’m starting today and I’ll try to finish this year (wish me luck).

My inktober theme this year will be LGBT+ character from books or series, starting by Diana Wrayburn ‘cause she’s really strong and deserve ou love.

Diana Wrayburn (The Dark Artifices - @cassandraclare )

Inktober 3/31