Anonymous said: Hi, thank you for all you do! I was wondering if you would have some dark quotes? I feel like there’s only light, airy ones floating around
Some of these are very negative and, well, dark, so if you’re not one for this sort of thing, please proceed warily.
“She’s a saint with the lips of a sinner. She’s an angel with a devilish kiss.”
“If you don’t fight for what you love, you cry for what you lose.”
“I love you, as certain dark things are to be loved. In secret, between the shadow and the soul.” - Pablo Naruda
“Light is easy to love. Show me your darkness.” - R.Queen
“Hell sent us the most evil disease, and we humans called it “love” “- Conny Cernik
“You know that place between asleep and awake; that place where you can still remember dreaming? That’s where I will always love you. That’s where I will be waiting.” - Peter Pan
“But my dreams aren’t as empty as my conscience seems, to be. I have hours; only lonely. My love is vengeance that’s never free.”
“They told me not to play with fire, and I should’ve listened because I got burned by your soul and you left me in the ashes.”
“Until we’ve seen someone’s darkness we don’t really know who they are. Until we’ve forgiven someone’s darkness, we don’t really know what love is.” - Marianne Williamson
“We’re all searching for someone who’s demons play well with ours.”
“He saw the darkness in her beauty. She saw the beauty in his darkness.”
“I don’t really get why everything has to end. Nothing can be perfect but instead of quitting, People should try to fix their problems instead of leaving. Love is a really wonderful feeling but most people don’t know the real meaning.”
“He looked at me as if I were the only star in her darkest night and he kissed me as if I were the air that filled her lungs.”
“Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this too, was a gift.” - Mary Oliver
As much as I love ACOMAF and SoC, I feel like they’re the only bookish posts popping up on my dash. So if you post about any of the following books (or just books in general), please like/reblog so I can follow you. Thanks!
Hey guys!!! I wanted to do posts of hot guys who I picture as characters from Gena Showalter’s Lords of the Underworld series. This picture is for William!!! I totally picture him like this. Showalter describes him as having dark hair and blue eyes. He has had countless exploits with women, and can act a bit like an egotistical moron. But I still love him. He first shows up in Lucien’s book the Darkest Night, and he continues to get larger story arcs as the series progresses. The model in the photo is named Ferran Calderon. William is hilarious, full of dry humor. :)
“I’m William, but you can call me Sexy. Everyone does.” -William in The Darkest Kiss
oh fuck it do u even know Will Herondale? Jem Carstairs? Percy Jackson? Nico di Angelo? Jason Grace? Leo Valdez? Alec Lightwood? Simon Lewis? Tristan Carruthers? Simon Bae? Yes 'Bae' is actually his real name.
Don’t mind me, just posting a doodle I did of my romantic ship concerning Sardonyx that is both official and active on this blog. x3 She’s finally starting to get comfortable with kisses.
I’m such a sucker for this, help me.
The Sonic alternate is @livxnsericius‘s btw. Also I’m gonna be changing the ship name below since Sardonyx nicknamed him and I want to be able to distinguish this pairing a bit more in case other romantic relationships become official so… tag drop again, I guess?
I have never had a book dedicated to me before and I have to say… I love it? It’s so great? Like, all the people I have ever dedicated books to have now, in my eyes, reacted in a suspiciously subdued manner! (Some of them, naming no names MOTHER AND FATHER, even critiqued their dedications!) Ingratitude I call it. Black ingratitude.
However, they may have reacted this way because their dedications were not set upon works of immortal genius? (I mean, I’M SORRY, Mum and Dad, I did my BEST.)
This does seem fair enough. The dedication is partly great because The Darkest Part of the Forest is so superlatively excellent.
Let me tell you about it! Okay, so, Hazel and her brother Ben live in a Spooky Little Town, and its main tourist attraction is a beautiful faerie prince sleeping in a glass coffin, who Hazel and Ben have both been in love with for years. (Yes, prince not princess. Yes, Hazel’s brother Ben. If you are picking up what I am laying down, and if you are the sweet peapods I think you are, you like what I’m laying down.)
Hazel and Ben are now also in the difficult process of growing up, past childhood fairytale dreams (OR WERE THEY) when Hazel was a knight (Hazel’s the knight! Hazel’s also a kissing bandit. I love Hazel.) and Ben was a bard. Hazel wants meaning, and Ben wants love–which are almost the same thing, but not quite. And then the faerie prince wakes up… and something else wakes up deep in the woods… something that could swallow their whole town.
PLUS, there is the faerie next door, Jack–whose mother kept her own baby and the changeling too, so it’s like Jack’s the twin with the pointy ears. Ben’s hottie best friend–but where will his allegiance lie when the wood rises up? Oh faeries. So foxy, so untrustworthy. YOU CAN’T TRUST THEM! WHY DO THEY HAVE TO BE THAT WAY? Stupid sexy faeries.
Doesn’t that sound AWESOME? But actually it’s way awesomer than that. And as you can see, I have a copy!
So if you would like this copy just retumbl this and I will put you in a draw and then give the winner this very fine book.
Mind you, I really did put a red lipstick kiss imprint on this book, so you may want to buy your own copy.
(No it REALLY does. Guys I’m not kidding. I’m not making a joke. There is red lipstick on this book. Do not apply if you mind having a kiss in your book!)