Nicole
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This blog is a little of everything and a lot of inconsistency. I am Queen of the Queue and over-tag everything, so don't be afraid to ask me to tag something for you. I am planning a hobbit hole and you should talk to me about your dream house. Also Tamora Pierce. And The Posterchildren. As well as anything that's weighing you down (I am nearly guaranteed to be on your side).
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thesanityclause:

What will they say? After I’m gone? Is there something wrong with just being me? Why must I make a legacy that only leaves a scar? I want the grace to believe there’s no fault in our stars.I was right to fear this book a little. It was full of feelings and emotions and those are scary. Best John Green fanart I’ve done so far though, so that’s nice.

thesanityclause:

What will they say? After I’m gone? Is there something wrong with just being me? Why must I make a legacy that only leaves a scar? I want the grace to believe there’s no fault in our stars.

I was right to fear this book a little. It was full of feelings and emotions and those are scary. Best John Green fanart I’ve done so far though, so that’s nice.

strangelycharmed:

“Petals” (an original song inspired by The Fault in Our Stars)

I’ve always been a little broken
And I’m breaking more every day
And I never thought to say goodbye

My dress the wind blew, and the petals too
On their course, floating on
And we never think to say goodbye

But the stars don’t understand
They just continue to shine
And I realize it’s not their fault
It’s just yours and mine

I’ve always seen the world through dark-tinted windows
The outside just looked so gray
And I was almost ready to say goodbye

Then you waltzed inside to the place I would hide
And my course stopped for a while
And I never wanted a goodbye from you

 But the stars don’t understand
They just continue to shine
And I realize it’s not their fault
It’s just yours and mine
I didn’t want to say goodbye

I’m glad we got to say goodbye
I’m glad we got to say goodbye
I’m glad we got our chance to try
I’m glad we got to say goodbye

I’m glad we got to say goodbye
I’m glad we got our chance to try
And I won’t stop loving you until the day I die
I’m glad we got to say goodbye

But the stars don’t understand
They just continue to shine
And I realize it’s not their fault
It’s just yours and mine

MY TFIOS SONG IT’S FINALLY DONE

I WROTE THIS IN FEBRUARY AND FINALLY RECORDED IT AND IT WAS SO COMPLICATED LITERALLY LIKE 20 DIFFERENT TRACKS IN AUDACITY OH MY GOD

BUT I JUST HAVE SO MANY TFIOS FEELS

Dialogue from The Fault in Our Stars, a novel by John Green

Augustus Waters: It's just that most really good-looking people are stupid, so I exceed expectations.

Hazel Grace Lancaster: Right, it's primarily his hotness.

Augustus: It can be sort of blinding.

Hazel: It actually did blind our friend Isaac.

A: Terrible tragedy, that. But can I help my own deadly beauty?

H: You cannot.

A: It is my burden, this beautiful face.

H: Not to mention your body.

A: Seriously, don't even get me started on my hot bod. You don't want to see me naked, Dave. Seeing me naked actually took Hazel Grace's breath away. *nods towards Hazel's oxygen tank*

caolcaoimhe:

So I’m sitting here painting existentially fraught paint strokes, wondering what the point is of my dedication to an entire year of portraiture when it hits me. If I am blessed with a gift, and even if oblivion is inevitable and necessary, then I am determined to be a grenade, but not the kind of grenade that wounds (well, we are all the kind that wounds, but nothing can be done to change that). I want to be a grenade that explodes with awesome and touches as many people as possible. To have just one other consciousness feel a connection that is deeper than flesh in reaction to something I created is worth all these years and coming years of practice. John Green has taught me that more than any other person.
I so desperately want for people to see a living breathing soul in my work, my own little observations of the Universe, but apparently, the world is not a wish-granting factory and so I am not there yet.
On an unrelated note, WOW glasses are really difficult. I spent probably twice the amount of time I did on the entire rest of the drawing making the glasses look right so that by the end, the shirt wasn’t worth the effort.

caolcaoimhe:

So I’m sitting here painting existentially fraught paint strokes, wondering what the point is of my dedication to an entire year of portraiture when it hits me. If I am blessed with a gift, and even if oblivion is inevitable and necessary, then I am determined to be a grenade, but not the kind of grenade that wounds (well, we are all the kind that wounds, but nothing can be done to change that). I want to be a grenade that explodes with awesome and touches as many people as possible. To have just one other consciousness feel a connection that is deeper than flesh in reaction to something I created is worth all these years and coming years of practice. John Green has taught me that more than any other person.

I so desperately want for people to see a living breathing soul in my work, my own little observations of the Universe, but apparently, the world is not a wish-granting factory and so I am not there yet.

On an unrelated note, WOW glasses are really difficult. I spent probably twice the amount of time I did on the entire rest of the drawing making the glasses look right so that by the end, the shirt wasn’t worth the effort.

(Source: spectralbird)

dftbarecords:

Meghan Tonjes continues to dazzle us. Please check out her new song and music video for “The Fault is in Our Stars”, a song inspired by John Green’s latest book.


You can buy the track on iTunes, and Meghan is donating 25% of all proceeds to the This Star Won’t Go Out foundation! Get it here: http://dft.ba/tfiios

siminiblocker:

In honor of that whole Valentine’s thing…
Augustus Waters and Hazel Grace Lancaster from The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. 
Finally got my copy after having sent it too the wrong address (blast!) and read it this week. Such terribly lovable characters and beautiful writing. Thank you Mr. Green. 

siminiblocker:

In honor of that whole Valentine’s thing…

Augustus Waters and Hazel Grace Lancaster from The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. 

Finally got my copy after having sent it too the wrong address (blast!) and read it this week. Such terribly lovable characters and beautiful writing. Thank you Mr. Green.