Let Us Go Then, You and I...

Lyndsay Faye dabbles in
heroism, madness, murder, fashion, food, and comedy.
In no particular order.

Illustration by Gregory Orloff for “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle”, Wonders and Workers (Basic Reading and Literature Vol. 2), Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1951.

Oooh, strong shades of Gillette.

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I never expected to be anybody’s best friend. And certainly not the best friend of the bravest, kindest, wisest human being I have ever had the good fortune of knowing.

I never expected to be anybody’s best friend. And certainly not the best friend of the bravest, kindest, wisest human being I have ever had the good fortune of knowing.

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Watching Spock trying not to have feelings is like watching Sherlock Holmes trying not to laugh.

let him go, or I will kill you

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My beautiful beautiful ring based on Geordi’s Star Trek: TNG VISOR arrived. @gjlehner sounds skeptical.
I really miss this guy.
bakerstreetbabes:

nyranor:

Daily sketchbook page 34: 1984 Granada series Holmes and Watson

Love it!

bakerstreetbabes:

nyranor:

Daily sketchbook page 34: 1984 Granada series Holmes and Watson

Love it!

“Going back and editing is the best part of writing; it’s like reading an interactive novel. ‘Oh I wish the author used this word here or had this dramatic reveal there…oh that’s right! I am the author!’”

—   Mabel E. Wetherbee, author of Whisper of the Hare and The Illusionist’s Pin (via hermitic-dodo)

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An Edit a Day ⚜ Benedict Cumberbatch ⚜ [271/?]

That’s not Ben, that’s Sherlock. Look at the eyes.  :)
An Edit a DayBenedict Cumberbatch ⚜ [271/?]

That’s not Ben, that’s Sherlock. Look at the eyes.  :)

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gailsimone:

gailsimone:

batveriasmash:

Gail Simone appreciation.

WOW.

You want to know where the kickass women in comics are?

LOOK AT THESE COVERS. :)


These fierce, dangerous and amazing characters?

I GET TO WRITE THEM, YO.

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