I love when Neil DeGrasse Tyson talks about the naked molerats of the micro-world. 

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I love the way that you wrote Blue; writing female characters in YA is a tricky task since most writers tend to dumb them down to a few traits/make them walking drones that just carry the plot. Who are some of your favorite female protagonists in YA that you DIDN'T write?
birdskirt birdskirt Said:

maggie-stiefvater:

Code Name Verity is stone-cold awesome and the girl characters in it are amazing amazing amazing also there are planes and torture.

That came out wrong.

This is how I will describe Code Name Verity when I give out copies for World Book Night. 

Let’s all pretend that Chilton is secretly alive and Will is lying to Hannibal just to keep him safe and anonymous until Chilton is ready to institutionalize that mofo.

Okay? 

OKAY? 

Sometimes I remember that the Velveteen Rabbit only barely escaped being burned to death and I am OUTRAGED. 

I need this in my life

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Sometimes, after looking at the Hannibal tag, I look at the hamster tag to feel better. 

RUINED, TODAY. 

mattbors:

The bloody, brutal, incestuous history of the hamster. By Andy Warner.

Have some greedy hamsterfaces. 

THE WAY THE HOGGIE’S EYES ARE BUGGING OUT! And the other guy all HAY, HAY, THAT SNIFFS OF EATUMS. IS THAT EATUMS? 

phototoartguy:

Greedy Hamster II by StacyD

Where do I sign up for the campaign for Raven Cycle graphic novels?

maggie-stiefvater:

Last night, my OCD over not finishing the sketch of this scene kept me awake, so this morning, I ate my oatmeal very very very slowly and sketched out the rest.

It’s spoilery for Raven Boys, I guess, but that book’s been out for two years so surely no one will be vexed, right?

hannibal the cannibal. that is what they call him.

hands rising from the graaaaave

bzzz bzzz

bzzz bzzz