born-bad

i wasnt ‘born ready’ but nazi science has solved that problem for me

anonymous asked:

GIVE ME BOOK RECS OR GIVE ME DEATH

OMG OKAY I’LL GIVE YOU BOOK RECS.

The Song Of Achilles, by Madeline Miller. You will cry, you will smile, you’ll cry again, you’ll smile sadly, then you’ll bawl like a baby. Honestly this book is amazing, it’s beautifully written, and it has two incredibly rare things; canonically LGBT main characters and a centaur. READ IT.

The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood. Hahaha imagine a dystopian world where women were seen simply as vessels for babies…wouldn’t that be horrible….sure glad that hasn’t happened…..

The Gospel Of Loki, by Joanne Harris. It’s Loki’s autobiography of how he destroyed the world and was a cheeky handsome little shit. Need I say any more?

Romeo And Juliet, by William Shakespeare. Honestly I’m usually not one to read plays but I loved this. Mercutio is the best minor character ever, and it’s genuinely so beautiful to read (even if you’re not into love stories).

Prince Of Shadows, by Rachel Caine. It follows the same storyline as Romeo and Juliet but it’s from Benvolio’s point of view and it’s so good omg. Also Mercutio is the best minor character ever (did I already mention that?).

Blind Beauty, by KM Peyton. Okay so you know that one girl in your class who was always obsessed with horses? That’s me. I got this book when I was 9 and I still love it 7 years later. Even if you’re not a horse person, you’ll love this book. The main character is a strong independent badass girl who wants to be a jockey, her step dad’s evil, her horse is practically a donkey, and it’s so good. I cried.

Born To Run, by Michael Morpurgo. Technically a kid’s book, I read it when I was 6 and I never forgave any of the people who let me read it because it broke my heart. I still love it tbh.

Not Bad For A Bad Lad, by Michael Morpurgo. Okay it’s another kid’s book, and it’s just a short story, but like I said I was the horse girl and it was my favourite when I was little.

A Tyranny Of Petticoats, by Jessica Spotswood. Do you like short stories? Do you like historical fiction? Do you like badass female leads? Do you like diverse characters? READ THIS BOOK NOW

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Demon Children Present:
-Bad Memories-

Criminal Consultants here to help!

Greetings earthlings. My cohort and I, aptly nicknamed Sherls and Watson, are here to serve.

We are third year Forensic Science majors in Canada, amongst other things. After the beauties that are @scriptmedic, @scriptlawyer, @scriptecology, and @scriptphysicist, we felt it is time to take up the torch against crime scenes, death scenes, and police conduct.

We are by no means experts, not yet anyways, but do have a knowledge broader than the average joe. Plus oodles and oodles of professors to bother and a healthy relationship with Google Scholar (all hail the Google God!!).

Please, if death has has got you down, if crime as confounded you, if you aren’t quite sure exactly how the blood hits the fan (read wall) we are officially here to help.