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You know why I love AUs? Because the whole point of them is that everything is changed, and yet these two people are still going to meet and fall in love- that they’re so set in stone and so meant to be that you can change literally everything in a hundred universes and they’ll fall in love over and over again. 

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I really can’t decide if it’s poetically beautiful that the marauders are now all united in death, or really sad that when he finally found happiness, it was over :|

The last Marauder, and the epically cool Tonks

"I’m sorry. I never wanted any of you to die for me. And Remus, your son?"
Others will tell him what his mother and father died for. One day, he’ll understand.”


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you’re always gonna be afraid even if you learn to hide it. fear is like a companion, a constant companion, always there. but that’s okay, because fear can bring us together. fear can bring you home.

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Favorite Live Performances: 
 ↳ Imagine Dragons "It’s Time": SXSW 2012 Showcasing Artist
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Paintings in Detail: Still Life Paintings, part I

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Jenna Coleman attends Doctor Who The World Tour Mexico City press conference at Hilton Centro Histórico hotel on August 16, 2014 in Mexico City, Mexico.

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I feel like when Snape says “James Potter fancies you” to Lily, it’s largely assumed that he’s telling her something that she already knows and/or Snape is aware of this because James is very obvious about his feelings for her. But there’s a lot that’s not being…

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A child’s voice, however honest and true, is meaningless to those who’ve forgotten how to listen.

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make me choose
waltersskinner asked: potions or defence against the dark arts

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Emma Watson, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, takes notes during an event at Parliament in Montevideo, Uruguay, Wednesday, Sept. 17 - 2014

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I love my skin!

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Anonymous said:
you had one non-american/white, non-stick thin character and you get a white,blonde stick thin actress to play her


1. I have never written a central female character who was described as thin other than Lindsey Lee Wells. Also, Margo and Q are two of the only white-identified people I’ve written, so I don’t really know how to respond to that part of your statement.

2. I do not cast the movie adaptations of my books. I am a novelist, not a casting director. I did not choose who would play Margo anymore than I choose where the movie will be filmed or what the budget or soundtrack will be.

3. That said, I think Cara will do a wonderful job as Margo. As I’ve learned in the past few hours, a lot of people who don’t know Cara have extremely strong opinions about her as a person, which is weird, because they don’t know her. They have a lot of opinions about her body, too, especially its supposed inadequacies. Cara is living, on a much larger stage, the Margo Roth Spiegelman experience: She receives massive amounts of attention but she’s more a mirror than a window. The way people respond to her seems to be a reflection of one’s own experience and worldview more than it has anything to do with the actual person Cara is. I think this is part of why Cara’s audition was so powerful: Her understanding of Margo is deep and profound and about a lot more than the shape of her body.