Theodor Seuss Geisel: Can you use your imagination?
J.K. Rowling: Do you believe in Magic?
Rick Riordan: Do you know your myths?
Ryan Murphy: Why be like everyone else?
Suzanne Collins: Are you going to make the right choice?
George R. R. Martin: All die, so why fear it?
Veronica Roth: There are always secrets to be broken?
Cassandra Clare: What would you do for love?
Lauren Oliver: What is a world without love?
Orson Scott Card: Can you really break the status quo of society?
Scott Westerfeld: How does one define beauty?
Stephanie Meyer: How do you get a vampire to fuck you?
Sarah: That's why I don't attempt to publish my books, I'm too critical of myself.
Mom: No, you have to critique yourself, otherwise you write--
Katie: *interrupts* Twilight??
Mom: I was gonna say trash...
Sarah: but that works too!
mycutefriendsweetprincess: my dream is to one day make enough money to remake the movie twilight so that everything is exactly the same except edward cullen is played by kanye west and kanye west doesnt have a script and isn’t even aware of what the plot of the movie is, he’s just kanye west reacting to twilight in real time
I’d rather read the iTunes User Agreement.– - one of the Amazon reviewers on Fifty Shades of Grey (via housewifeswag)
pinebreeze asked: thank you for making this blog! xx
Lessons from Bella Swann
thequeenofyouth: I don’t know who wrote this, but whoever they are they are brilliant and not me. Lessons from Bella Swann 1. You should always address your parents by their first names. 2. Don’t pay any attention to the kids at school. No matter how friendly they are, no matter how many times the girls invite you to sit with them at lunch and team up with them on the weekends, no matter how...