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The Fault in Our Stars Masquerade Mask GIVE AWAY

I’m so excited about seeing the new Fault in our Stars movie trailer!  It looks like such a great movie and I can’t wait to see it. In honor of this, I’m giving away a TFIOS mask.

A while ago, I made this mask (you can see more pictures here) and it seems a few people liked it!  I’m offering a similar mask (either in blue or silver) to someone here on Tumblr. 

Here are the rules -

~ No need to follow, but you are more than welcome

~ Reblogs only, likes will not throw your name in the ring

~By reblogging, I’ll pull your username out and it will go in a spreadsheet with a randomly assigned number.  Then, a random number generator online will choose the winner.

~ The contest is up on February 12th 2014 - two weeks away

~ Please turn your asks on so I can contact you, should you win.  If I can not contact you after 24 hours, I’ll choose a new winner. 

~ The winner will need to provide an address to ship the mask

~ The winner can choose the background color - either blue or silver - and the punctuation on the Okay? Okay.

Good luck everyone!

This is so pretty! I already have so much nerdfighter stuff that somebody else should probably win, so go forth and reblog and maybe that can be you.









What’s funny about this is that in Star Trek he’s quoting Sherlock Holmes, but in Sherlock he’s quoting Spock.

Although the original quote was from Sherlock Holmes. It was used in TOS and then in Star Trek (2009) as a reference to SH. Then in Sherlock 2x02, Sherlock says it and John calls him ‘Spock’ as though it’s a reference to Star Trek and Wibbly Wobbly Inception of the quote, yo.

Canonically Spock is a descendant of Sherlock Holmes.

Wait, really? ^^^^

Yep. Star Trek 6 Spock says “An ancestor of mine once said ‘If you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains however improbable must be the truth.”

^^^^acurate gif is accurate.

(Source: moriarty)







Two households, both alike in dignity,
in Middle Earth, where we lay our scene
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny,
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal realms of these two foes
A pair of star-cross’d brothers make their life
Whose misadventure Sauron overthrows,
And with his death, end their people’s strife.
Their fearful passage, that shall death mark’d prove
And the continuance of their parents’ rage
Which but The One Ring’s end, naught could remove,
Is now, like, twelve hours’ traffic of our stage;
The which of you with patient ears attend,
What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.

did you just rewrite shakespeare for lord of the rings and make it work better than the original



this thing is the best thing. 

(Source: lecterings)


jealous of jetpacks, my tumblog turned 3 today! It’s been an awesome three years—I really love tumblr and the whole tumblr community. *group hug*

To celebrate, let’s do a quick giveaway! The winner will get a signed copy of my third book plus as much swag from my author friends that I can fit in the envelope.

  1. Open internationally
  2. Reblog to enter
  3. Follow for an extra entry

I’ll pick a winner December 27th. If you don’t have your ask open (so I can alert you that you won), make sure you follow your tags—I’ll post the winner on December 27. If you win, claim your prize by the new year or I’ll give it to someone else. 



Even though I’d already finished all my Christmas cards, I was so excited for the 50th Anniversary and rewatching old who (The Five Doctors), that when this idea popped up…I couldn’t say no. Especially when 10’s lyric was ‘leaping’.

So, enjoy, one last geeky Who card from me, the Twelve Doctors of Christmas.

(For anyone wondering, my favourites in this pic are Two and Three…and Ten.)

(See the other cards here)

Twelve’s debut drumming.

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