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“my daughter is completely fine.”

sir, your daughter is traumatized, misunderstood and knee-deep in depression. pull yourself together, man.

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Throne of Glass update:

I just finished!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 Can’t wait to start Crown of Midnight!!

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okay, listen.

az goes to the camp because of the unrest among the illyrians, meets emerie, she becomes his insider, they prevent the uprising or whatever, become friends along the way (or fall in love 🥺), etc.

that’s book 6 for ya.

(book 5 is probably lucien idk)

*also, being around emerie would probably make azriel both hate and love illyrian people (former because the mfs clipped her wings, and the latter because she appears to be a rather proud illyrian female, she gives off those vibes to me at least). and their respective families hurt them both in their childhood/youth, so i think that they’d understand each other quite well.*

*and just imagine how well this quote would age, once she becomes a member of the ic, and forms a friendship with cassian and the rest of them, and they all sit together and laugh:

“A reluctant curl of her lips at that. Not quite a smile. Certainly not with a male she didn’t know.”

(acofas, chapter 8)*


the amount of wishful thinking lol 👀

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Why do I have a feeling Feyre and Rhysand dump the Queens problem on Nesta and Cassian because Feyre is pregnant and pregnancies being so rare and all an overprotective Rhysand doesn’t want to put Feyre in danger?

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The Best of 2020

Hello, gentlefriends! Today, I wanted to discuss the best books read in 2020. In terms of category, I selected the best author of the year, the best series I read this year and the 5 best books.

The best author award goes to Evie Dunmore. I read her two books this year (Bringing Down the Duke and A Rogue of One’s Own), plus the novella, and I feel in love with her stories and her writing. So this year she wins best author!

The best series award goes to ACOTAR by Sarah J. Maas. After a recommendation from a friend, I read the first and then it just fell down into this world. From the series, the best book is ACOMAF (I believe this is the normal opinion in the fandom). I will continue on to the second trilogy from Cassian and Nesta’s perspective ( A Court of Silver Flames is the Book of the Month pick for February) and her other series Throne of Glass is the first series on the project A Bookish Education, which I’m starting this year. Let’s see if that one will also win series of the year!

And at last, the 5 best books I’ve read in 2020 (in no particular order). The first is Loveless by Alice Oseman, due to incredible asexual rep in this own voices coming of age novel. The second is the second book by Evie Dunmore, A Rogue of One’s Own that deserves appearing twice due to be beauty of the writing, the life like actions of the characters and incredible romance. The third is Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu, that belongs on this list because of way it handles topics like toxic family and the women’s role, while giving a voice to the forgotten Nannerl Mozart. The next book is The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin, one that shook me to the core and could be described in one word- quality. Please read. And the last book is Beyond the Black Door by A.M. Strickland, that again surprised me in terms of asexual rep but also in the way that the power of the main character links to identity. Thank you for reading. I hope you have many lovely reads in the last year and that they will continue to come next year!
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Soooo I’m at page 264 on my kindle right or at the end of chapter 21. And I have a collective question asi am seeing Yrene and Chaol blossom and then Sataq and Nesryn do the same.

Are Chaol and Nesryn actually together and I missed something or are they just playing along to everyone’s assumptions?

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Throne of Glass ✨ updates:

Sarah J. Maas really wrote the two most annoying people to encounter while on your period and named them: Captain “although I see dead bodies blood scares me” Westfall and Dorian “it doesn’t hurt as much as getting kicked in the nuts” Havilliard - currently on page 256

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Rowan and Aedion in Qos:

Rowan: Of course you’re in charge

Aedion: So you say of course but then you take the blood oath

Aelin: I have swords, unless you guys wanna use knives

Lysandra: Oh yes please, use knives

Aedion and Rowan: *laugh nervously*

Aedion: Not necessary

Rowan: There shall be no knifing one another. Everybody knows who’s in charge

Aedion: ……..me…right?

Rowan: Yes you, of course…of course

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My TBR list!

  • A Song Of Ice And Fire series
  • Lord of The Rings series
  • Stalking Jack The Ripper
  • The Last Hours series
  • The Witcher series
  • Shadow and Bone series
  • Folk of The Air series
  • His Dark Materials series
  • Six of Crows series
  • ACOTAR series
  • The God Delusion
  • The Mahabharata
  • 1984
  • Moby Dick, or The Whale
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • Beloved
  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
  • Seafire
  • Vampire Academy books 4, 5 and 6
  • Pride and Prejudice
  • Northanger Abbey
  • Wuthering Heights
  • A Tale of Two Cities
  • The Great Gatsby
  • A Thousand Splendid Suns
  • Hamlet
  • Ram
  • The Da Vinci Code
  • Go Set a Watchman
  • El Lazarillo de Tormes
  • Rose in Bloom
  • Eight Cousins
  • Red, White & Royal Blue
  • The Color Purple
  • Where She Went
  • Fahrenheit 451
  • If I Stay
  • All The Bright Places
  • The Selfish Gene
  • Things To Make and Do in the Fourth Dimension
  • The Whistler
  • The Firm
  • Bleak House
  • Lord of The Flies
  • Mein Kampf
  • Kidnapped
  • Of Mice And Men
  • Good Omens
  • The Old Man and The Sea
  • The Uglies series
  • Dark Places
  • Sharp Objects
  • The Mysterious Affair at Stiles
  • Rich Dad Poor Dad
  • The Sally Lockhart Quartet
  • War and Peace
  • The Help
  • Life of Pi
  • Where the Sidewalk Ends
  • In Cold Blood
  • The Rolling Stone
  • Cabbages and Kings
  • The Three Secret Cities
  • Rizzoli and Isles series
  • The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
  • One of Us Is Lying
  • The Only Woman in The Room
  • Washington Black
  • Where The Crawdads Sing
  • The Song of Achilles
  • The Silence of The Girls
  • The Red Tent
  • The Queen of The Night
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime
  • Through the Looking Glass


Well that’s it for now- I couldn’t find that piece of paper where I’d scribbled at least a hundred books/ series. Once I find it I’ll be sure to edit this post! (And I’ll be adding on with books I want to read, I guess.) Check them out and have fun updating your TBR!

Don’t judge me for not having read some of the above books. I’m getting to it!!! Cheers x

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Minimal-inspired cover design of Crown of Midnight, the second book in the Throne of Glass series, by Sarah J. Maas.

Throughout the series, I am trying to keep some common elements, same corner-borders and same styles. The sword used is Damaris which is used by Celaena in this book. I used the drawing of Damaris I found in the fandom wikia as a guide, it has no copyright views but says cadsawan(?). The crown is just baby damaris swords with crescents skewered on them. Celaena was pretty brutal for a while in the book and that what I tried to show in the crown. I used the background from the original cover, her cloak is red. There isn’t any titles or anything, its mostly like a poster. But hey, you can use it as a cover.
You can use it so long you give credit. I just want the time I used to arrange all the baby Damaris to have some value.

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Minimal-inspired cover design of Throne of Glass, the first book in the Throne of Glass series, by Sarah J. Maas.

Throughout the series, I am trying to keep some common elements, same corner-borders and same styles. The sword used is Damaris which is used by Celaena in this book. I used the drawing of Damaris I found in the fandom wikia as a guide, it has no copyright views but says cadsawan(?). The Glass Throne is inspired by medieval throne styles. I wanted to use the background color from the original cover, but that striking ice blue wasn’t going with my elements. I haven’t used any title or author name mostly because it looks neater. (And I forgot) The cover is also meant for digital platform and usually e-books show the book name and author name so…..
You can use it so long you give credit. Its hard to do any sort of art, everybody knows that.

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Minimal-inspired Cover of The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas, a gorgeous prequel to the Throne of Glass series.

The corner-border-design is from the original cover, though I redraw it in my style. The blades were original idea from the notion that Celaena uses two ordinary swords in her journey. The cloak was also inspired by the original cover but I had to redraw it from cloak designs. The color of the cover is from Celaena’s cloak in the original cover and mostly because nothing else was agreeing to me.
You can use the cover as long as you give credit. It may have not taken long but i drew it without stylus. Boy, was that painful.

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sjms live was so weird like… minors read her books and are probably on her live too and it was so uncomfy like i’m not even a minor and hearing a couple//strangers// talk about their sex life and stuff when the live was for her new books… 🙃🙃 and i’m sorry but. BODILY FLUIDS? that’s not even erotic that’s j gross what is that going to add to the book.

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