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“Voldemort himself created his worst enemy, just as tyrants everywhere do! Have you any idea how much tyrants fear the people they oppress? All of them realize that, one day, amongst their many victims, there is sure to be one who rises against them and strikes back!”

book 4 | outpost | the enderrian chronicles
do you know what it’s like only being able to trust the guy who tried to kill you?

kid, you can trust me.

no. no i can’t. 

(my attempt to make an aesthetic board for one of my original novels, Outpost - I want to try and do more if I can!)

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You could ask anyone: 3 0 0 F o x W a y, Henrietta, Virginia, was the place to go for the spiritual, the unseen, the mysterious, and the yet-to-occur.

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retro superhusbands

#i’m gonna miss his pretty face ):

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Fanfiction Aesthetic (2/?) - What We Don’t Know by @hello-wright-or-wrong

(Images via Tumblr search)

[samifer bunker AU]: Traumatized and ejected from the Cage, Lucifer finds himself wandering delusional across the country with one purpose: find Sam Winchester. It’s the name he has written down on a scrap of paper (Sam Winchester, Lebanon, Kansas), his only worldly possession along with the tattered clothes on his back. 

Near starving from a hunger he doesn’t understand he needs to sate, bleeding from sores he is unable to heal, Lucifer is picked up and hauled away, landing in Larue Carter Hospital in Indiana as a John Doe, muttering tales of Heaven, Hell, and his true vessel. “An angel,” he answers when the nurses ask him who he is. 

This is where Sam is finally reunited with the Devil, meeting Lucifer face to face with a mixture of fear, anger, and pity. Sympathy. Unable to leave him, unable to kill him, Sam does the only thing he can think of: bring Lucifer back to the Bunker with him. But the longer Lucifer stays, poorly adjusted to his new-found humanity, the more Sam realizes just how lost the former Morningstar really is, and how much he wants to save him.

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Constantine Aesthetic: ZED MARTIN

Anna x Ruby AU

Ruby, a successful writer, goes on a vacation in order to clear her mind and find inspiration. On her fourth day, as she endures yet another sleepless night, she goes out on the beach. In the pale light of dawn, she meets Anna Milton, a young photographer. With Anna, she finds out that she’d never lost inspiration: she was just looking for it in the wrong places.