“I may still not know what I want to be when I grow up, but I do know that someday I want to live in a house filled with my books and travel souvenirs. And the walls that aren’t covered in bookshelves will be covered with photos of my family and friends. When I leave the house I will be going to a job I love, and I’ll return to a person I love. So, that’s my dream I’m working on.” —Amber Morley (via rubyharlow)
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The ancient Celts thought that spirits and ghosts roamed the countryside on Halloween night. They began wearing masks and costumes to avoid being recognized as human.
Bonnie Wright on Twilight
- " Cinemania: How do you compare Harry Potter with Twilight?
- Bonnie: They’re completely different. The way J.K. Rowling writes is way more superior to that of the author of Twilight, besides the story has more different layers and subplots that address different topics. Harry Potter is also more universal and it reaches people of a wider range of age, which starts from little children. Twilight is more for American teens, especially girls. They’re two different stories, really, but I think that the best thing of both sagas is that they have motivated kids and young people to read. They have opened a whole new universe. I remember before kids didn’t even read a book of more than 10 pages and look at them now.
- Cinemania: Which other books do you like?
- Bonnie: Well, not the Twilight ones. "
- [OMG. Bonnie, I've always hated Ginny's character but for this, ILYSFM. XD Lol.]
“If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.” —Oscar Wilde (via breathingbooks)