Common Projects


Common Projects

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"I’m not there" by Pol Úbeda Hervàs

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"What’s a Wheezy?"…"The thing Harry Potter will miss most, sir!” 

i did one for ginny and now finally have done one for ron

this could have been so much longer


thank you


Lindsay series by Richard Phillips

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I want a soul mate who can sit me down, shut me up, tell me ten things I don’t already know, and make me laugh. I don’t care what you look like, just turn me on.

Henry Rollins  (via thatkindofwoman)

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I am still looking for answers to questions about the meaning of life. I am still trying to fathom the wondrous strangeness of love. I am still trying to make my way through life despite heartache and loss… Reader or writer, we love stories about teenagers, because although they can be cynical about many things, they aren’t cynical about love, hope, and the stuff that really matter like the future…it’s their enthusiasm and curiosity that we can all admire and wish to emulate long after we’ve reached proper adult status.

John Green (via sharaisuperstar)


JK Rowling wrote a new Harry Potter story. This is not a drill people

J.K. Rowling just surprised Harry Potter fans everywhere in the best way possible.

The author, who is responsible for all seven mega-bestselling Harry Potter books, posted a new short story to her website Pottermore today. Titled “Dumbledore’s Army Reunites At Quidditch World Cup Final,” the tale is written in the form of a gossip column by Rita Skeeter, the delightfully poisonous character from the original series.

Though it reads as a newspaper column, the piece provides some clues as to what the main characters have been up to and is the first time we’ve seen the Harry Potter stars in grown up form since the series epilogue. Much has changed: Harry is now 34, he has a new scar on his cheek and is showing signs of grey hair.

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SPOTLIGHT: Hyperrealistic Drawings of Everyday Objects By Marcello Barenghi

Well, damn. Italian artist Marcello Barenghi draws incredibly realistic everyday objects that appear almost three dimensional simply with the help of colored pencils.

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