the complete tales and poems of edgar allen poe

Forget it (Jughead x Reader)

Prompt: Hey sunshine. Could I get a Jughead x Reader request where Jug gets a letter from potential Jason’s killer with a threat to hurt the reader if he don’t stop to investigate the murder and he’d decide to protect her from danger? Thank u in advance. I’m sorry if isn’t correct English is my second language.

A/N: Enjoy this small piece! Sorry it’s so short xxx


Forget it (Jughead x Reader)

You weren’t meant to find it.

He was acting weird all week and you just wanted to know why.

You guys were getting so close to finding justice for Jason when Jughead shut the whole thing down. Both you and betty objected but he simply took everything you had gathered. Burning it in the courtyard later that night.

Betty asked you if something was wrong with him. You and Juggie had been dating for a couple months so the gang asked you to ask him. He simply shrugged it off and said the case didn’t interest him any more.

You knew that was a lie but smiled and nodded anyways.

The gang decided to take things into their own hands when Jughead announced he was trashing the novel. You questioned him again and he said to forget it.

But this was his work. He had spent months on the novel. Jason’s case had yet to be solved and Sheriff wasn’t doing his job. Everything was going in a million different directions.

You found it in a book. The Letter.

You had gone to the Andrews to see if Jughead had your copy of “The Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allen Poe”. Jughead wasn’t there but Mr. Andrews had let you in to grab it.

It was placed in between the story of “The Man That Was Used Up”. One of Jughead’s favorites in the book and you couldn’t help but agree that maybe it fit the whole Jason case. All the secrets. All the lies. Everything. There was a man out there that was used up and was just a bundle of things.

You slid the paper back in the book and headed to Pops where the rest of the gang would be.

Sliding into the booth, you hand the book to Betty.

“Your book of Poe?” She gives you a confused look but you reach over and open it to the page. The letter falls out as the gang watches it fall onto the table.

“What is it?” Kevin asks as You look around to see if your boyfriend was around.

“He’s with his dad right now.” Arch answers and grabs the letter.

Pulling it open, he goes to read it.

His eyes skim the first three lines and his skin pales.

“Arch?” Betty reaches for the letter but he tugs it out of her reach.

“We need to drop it.” He shakes his head and closed the letter.

“Just show it to us.” Veronica grabs it from him.

“Why didn’t you tell me?” You cross your arms when your boyfriend walks in the room.

“Tell you what?” He places his bag on the desk next to him as the gang gathers inside the Blue and Gold office.

You pull the letter out and wave it. “This.”

Jug’s smile drops as he reaches for it. “Hand it over, (Y/n).”

“Why didn’t tell us?” You ask again.

“Because I’m not losing you too. Now hand it over.” His voice breaks a little as you give him back the letter.


“Forget it.”


I see you’ve taken interest in the Blossom Case. And writing a book on it? Well done. But You should know that if you get too close, you’ll lose the one thing you have left. You wouldn’t want her to have the same fate as Jason, now do we?

Think Carefully about your next move.

You’re a smart boy, Jones.

Choose Wisely.

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anonymous asked:

favorite books?

the handmaiden’s tale, the great gatsby, never let me go, girl interrupted, a northern soul (jimmy nails biography), different seasons, edgar allen poe: complete tales and poems, in cold blood, the blind assassin, the shining

List of Books Frances has read

* A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess
* A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole
* A supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again - David Foster Wallace
* And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks - Jack Kerouac and Willian S. Burroughs
* American Psycho - Bret Easton Ellis
* Atlas of Human Anatomy vol. I
* Atlas of Human Anatomy vol. II
* Atlas of Human Anatomy vol. III
* Collected Poems 1947-1997 - Allen Ginsberg
* Complete Tales & Poems - Edgar Allan Poe
* Consider the Lobster and Other Essays - David Foster Wallace
* Desolation Angels - Jack Kerouac
* Desperation - Stephen King
* Disco Bloodbath James St. James
* Dracula - Bram Stoker
* Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer In You - Dolly Parton
* Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Hunter S. Thompson
* Fight Club - Chuck Palahniuk
* Flappers & Philosophers - F. Scott Fitzgerald
* From Socrates to Sartre: The Philosophic Quest - T.Z. Lavine
* Geek Love - Katherine Dunn
* Grace: A Memoir - Grace Coddington
* Hallellujah - Leonard Cohen
* Ham on Rye - Charles Bukowski
* Haunted - Chuck Palahniuk
* Helen of Troy: Beauty, Myth, Devastation - Ruby Blondell
* Hunger - Knut Hamsun
* If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him! - Sheldon B. Kopp
* Infinite Jest - David Foster Wallace
* Just Kids - Patti Smith
* Love is a Dog from Hell - Charles Bukowski
* Life After Death  - Damien Echols
* Memoirs of a Beatnik - Diane Di Prima
* Naked Lunch - William S. Burroughs
* Queer - William S. Burroughs
* Reborn: Journals and Notebooks, 1947-1963 - Susan Sontag
* Rotten - Johnny Lydon
* Sextet - Henry Miller
* Something Wicked This Way Comes - Ray Bradbury
* The Aforementioned - Merriam Webster
* The Atheist’s Bible: An Illustrious Collection of Irreverent Thoughts - Joan Konner
* The Book of Lies - Aleister Crowley
* The Complete Poems - Anne Sexton
* The Dharma Bums - Jack Kerouac
* The Essential Feminist Reader - Estelle B. Freedman
* The God Delusion - Richard Dawkins
* The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien
* The Key - Junichiro Tanizaki
* The Magic of Reality - Richard Dawkins
* The Marriage Plot - Jeffrey Eugenides
* The Monk - Matthew Lewis
* The Outermost House - Henry Beston
* The People Look Like Flowers At Last - Charles Bukowski
* The Road Less Travelled - M. Scott Peck
* The Sane Society - Erich Fromm
* The Silmarillion - J. R. R. Tolkien
* The Town and the City - Jack Kerouac
* This is Water - David foster Wallace
* Trainspotting - Irvine Welsh
* Tropic of Cancer - Henry Miller
* We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Shirley Jackson
* Will Work for Drugs - Lydia Lunch
* Zen and the Art of Motorcyle Maintenance - Robert M. Pirsig

To read: 2014
  1. Beowolf
  2. The Inferno – Dante
  3. Mansfields Park – Jane Austen
  4. A Clockwork Orange – Burgess
  5. Breakfast at Tiffany’s: A short novel and three stories – Truman Capote
  6. The Awakening – Kate Choplin
  7. Heart of Darkness and The Secret Sharer – Joseph Conrad
  8. Heart of Darkness, Almayer’s Folly, The Lagoon -  Joseph Conrad
  9. Great Expectations – Charles Dickens
  10. The Brothers Karamazov – Fydor Dostoevsky
  11. The Hound of Baskervilles – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  12. The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexander Dumas
  13. The Three Musketeers - Alexander Dumas
  14. The Mill on the Floss – George Eliot
  15. Mythology – Edith Hamilton
  16. Catch-22 – Joseph Heller
  17. A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man – James Joyce
  18. The Transformation (Metamorphosis) and Other Stories – Franz Kafka
  19. Into the Wild – Jon Krakauer
  20. Call of the Wild – London
  21. Rebecca – Daphne Du Maurier
  22. Moby Dick – Herman Melville
  23. Lolita – Nabokov
  24. Down and Out in Paris and London – George Orwell
  25. Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand
  26. W.H. Hudson: A Portrait – Morley Roberts
  27. Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
  28. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich – Solzhenitsyn
  29. Uncle Tom’s Cabin – Stowe
  30. Walden – Henry David Thoreau
  31. The Death of Ivan Ilyich and Other Stories – Tolstoy
  32. War and Peace – Leo Tolstoy
  33. Journey to the Center of the Earth – Jules Verne
  34. Candide – Voltaire
  35. The Invisible Man – H.G. Wells
  36. The King Who Was a King: The Book of a Film – H.G. Wells
  37. The Works of Oscar Wilde
  38. Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales & Poems
  39. The Works of Jane Austen
  40. Selected Poems 1965-1975 – Atwood
  41. The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
  42. Edgar Allen Poe: Collected Poems
  43. Willis’ Poetical Works
  44. When Rabbit Howls – The Troops of Truddi Chase
  45. A Million Little Pieces – James Fey
  46. Killing Lincoln – Bill O’ Reilly & Martin Dugard
  47. The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald
  48. The Letters of F. Scott Fitzgerald
  49. Catholicism and Fundamentalism – Keating
  50. The Secret of Happiness – Billy Graham
  51. Basic Personal Injury Anatomy
  52. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens – Sean Covey
  53. The Dandelion Diaries – Karen Kroesen Klare
  54. Harper’s Bazaar: Great Style
  55. How to Walk in High Heels: The Girl’s Guide to Everything – Camilla Morton
  56. Triathlons for Women – Sally Edwards
  57. Knowing God – Packer
  58. The Official Nancy Drew Handbook
  59. The Wonder Spot – Melissa Banks
  60. Figures in Silk – Vanora Bennet
  61. Jubilee – John Brick
  62. The Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown
  63. The Secret Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh
  64. The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette – Carolly Erickson
  65. The Divide – Nicholas Evans
  66. Left Neglected - Lisa Genova
  67. Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden
  68. The White Queen - Philippa Gregory
  69. The Red Queen - Philippa Gregory
  70. Changeling – Philippa Gregory
  71. Water for Elephant – Sara Gruen
  72. Shaker Run – Karen Harper
  73. All Creatures Great and Small – James Herriot
  74. The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini
  75. The Perfect Storm – Sebastian Junger
  76. The Historian – Elizabeth Kostova
  77. Left Behind – LaHaye & Jenkins
  78. What the Dead Know – Laura Lippoman
  79. A Storm of Swords – George R.R. Martin
  80. A Feast of Crows – George R.R. Martin
  81. A Dance With Dragons – George R.R. Martin
  82. ‘Tis – Frank McCourt
  83. The Nanny Diaries – Emma Mclaughlin
  84. How Elizabeth Barrett Browning Saved My Life­  - Mameve Medwed
  85. We Bought a Zoo – Benjamin Mee
  86. Forgotten Garden – Kate Morton
  87. Lucifer’s Hammer – Larry Niven
  88. Sing You Home – Jodi Picoult
  89. Tenth Circle - Jodi Picoult
  90. The Wandering Prince – Jean Plaidy
  91. The Demon in the Freezer – Richard Preston
  92. Year of the Fog – Michelle Richmon
  93. The God of Small Things  - Arundhati Roy
  94. London – Edward Rutherfurd
  95. A Walk To Remember – Nicholas Sparks
  96. Dear John – Nicholas Sparks
  97. Safe Haven – Nicholas Sparks
  98. World War: In the Balance – Harry Turtledove
  99. The Lady in the Tower – Alison Weir
  100. Madeleine ­– West
  101. The Golden Unicorn – Phylis A. Whitney
  102. The Skystone  - Jack Whyte
  103. Shadow of the Wind – Carlos Rutz Zafon
  104. My Sweet Audrina – V.C. Andrews
  105. Shadow and Bone – Bardugo
  106. The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas - Boyne
  107. Lord of Misrule – Rachel Caine
  108. The Selection – Cass
  109. Beautiful Stranger – Dean
  110. Crossing Stone – Frost
  111. Thorn in My Heart – Higgs
  112. Fair Is the Rose – Higgs
  113. Tiger’s Curse – Colleen Houck
  114. 13 Little Blue Envelopes – Maureen Johnson
  115. The Night Circus – Erin Morgenstern
  116. Witch & Wizard – James Patterson
  117. Ripper – Stefan Petrucha
  118. Waking Storms – Porter
  119. I Capture the Castle – Dodie Smith
  120. Briar Rose – Jane Yolen
  121. Two From Galiee - Majorie Holmes
  122. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks - Rebecca Skloot
  123. Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell
  124. Shatter Me - Mafi
  125. Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares - Cohn & Levithan
  126. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer - Kodkin
  127. It Looked a Lot Like Love - Kristina Haynes
  128. The Complete Poetry of Edgar Allen Poe
  129. Qudditch Through the Ages
  130. Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them
  131. Tales of Beedle the Bard
  132. Beautiful Disaster - McGuire
  133. To Catch a Pirate - Parker
  134. Eat, Pray, Love - Gilbert
  135. Bridge to Terabithia - Paterson
  136. Island of the Blue Dolphins - O'Dell
  137. Tuck Everlasting - Babbit
  138. A Wrinkle in Time - L'Engle
  139. A Clash of Kings - G.R.R. Martin
  140. TripTych - Slaughter
  141. The Memory Keepers Daughter - Edwards
  142. The Regulators - Bachman
  143. The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn - Ives
  144. Remember When - Tori Goggin
  145. At Rick – Alice Hoffman
  146. Labor Day – Joyce Maynard
  147. Aesop’s Mirror – Maryaliee Huggins
  148. Field Work – Mischa Berlinski
  149. The Dream of the Unified Field – Jorie Graham
  150. Little Princes – Connor Grennan
  151. Catch-22 – Joseph Heller
  152. Outlander – Diana Gabaldon
  153. How to Find your Soul Mate without Losing Your Soul – Evert
  154. When God Talks Back – T. M. Luhrmann
  155. Angels and Demons – Dan Brown
  156. Captivating – John & Stasi Eldredge
  157. Beach Music – Pat Conroy
  158. The Grapes of Wrath – John Steinbeck
  159. Atonement – Ian McEwean

these are all the books I own, in the flesh, currently staring me down as I type. this, plus what I have at school, and my winter to read pile, is my goal for this year! 

and only then, when I have finished all that I own, can I buy more books. let the battle begin.

Famous Capricorns: Writers

J.R.R. Tolkien: “The Hobbit”, “The Lord of the Rings Trilogy”

“The world is indeed full of peril, and in it there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.” -The Two Towers

Nicholas Sparks: The Notebook”, “The Last Song”

““Dusk is just an illusion because the sun is either above the horizon or below it. And that means that day and night are linked in a way that few things are. There cannot be one without the other, yet they cannot exist at the same time. How would it feel, I remember wondering, to be always together yet forever apart?” -The Notebook

Jack London: “The Call of the Wild”, “The Seawolf”

“He was mastered by the sheer surging of life, the tidal wave of being, the perfect joy of each separate muscle, joint, and sinew in that it was everything that was not death, that it was aglow and rampant, expressing itself in movement, flying exultantly under the stars.” -The Call of the Wild

Edgar Allen Poe: "The Telltale Heart”, “The Raven”

“Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. In their gray visions they obtain glimpses of eternity, and thrill, in waking, to find that they have been upon the verge of the great secret. In snatches, they learn something of the wisdom which is of good, and more of the mere knowledge which is of evil.” -Complete Tales & Poems

A.A. Milne: “Winnie-the-Pooh

“Sometimes,’ said Pooh, ‘the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” -Winnie-the-Pooh

anonymous asked:

Hi Anna, what are your top ten favorite books?

1. the great gatsby 2. never let me go 3. the bell jar 4. girl, interrupted 5. a northern soul 6. different seasons 7. edgar allen poe: complete tales and poems 8. in cold blood 9. kurt cobain journals 10. the blind assassin 

anonymous asked:

fave books?

the great gatsby, never let me go, girl interrupted, a northern soul (jimmy nails biography), different seasons, edgar allen poe: complete tales and poems, in cold blood, the blind assassin