Always with the unsolicited sword pics...

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BBC Britain

We'd swipe right for Mr Darcy any day.

Tag a Jane Austen fan! 📚

Mr. Darcy, Mr. Rochester, Romeo....wait....Severus Snape made the list?

There is no one in the history of the world...

Clearly I need to step up my game.

Happy World Book Day!

And then you recommend it to share the joy/misery.

Time for an unscheduled visit to DC, I think.

The scavenger event is part of the citywide celebration for Banned Books Week.

I think my expression is a bit more horrified than this one.

There are many kinds of novel. Some more novel than others...

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Grammarly is with Venkatesh Kumar.

How novel.

I've experienced just about all of these #bookproblems. How about you?

Because sometimes being a bookworm is just hard! Readers, you can relate to these 25 people who had major #BookProblems. 1. This sleepy bookworm knows the nightly reading struggle. That moment when reading and you're only 50 pages from the end. But you're tired. But there is only 50 pages le...

Pride and Potato
Potato and Prejudice

I haven't decided.

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Doctor Who and the T.A.R.D.I.S.

This is going to be fun! 😂

RIP Alan Rickman. Thankfully he left behind his portrayals of Colonel Brandon, Severus Snape, and may others to be remembered by.

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Nobody from Austen, but still interesting.

Here's what your favorite book characters would look like in real life.

When somebody interrupts me while I'm reading.

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I fucking love science

The northern white-faced owl (Ptilopsis leucotis) has the ability to alter the appearance of its face in response to predators. Neat!

Need is relative...

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Ever wondered if the symbols people read into stories were put there on purpose? Somebody actually asked.

In 1963, 16-year-old Bruce McAllister mailed a four-question survey to 150 novelists, asking if they intentionally planted symbolism in their work. Here’s what they had to say.