Third Act

wildlingprince:

"Joaquin Phoenix’s Commodus in Gladiator was certainly an inspiration for my characterization of Joffrey, that had a big impact, the smirk. It’s interesting sometimes  when an audience can empathize with a villain. But to get completely lost in it, it’s exciting just to be intrinsically evil and not to have a speck of good or humanity in their bones."- Jack Gleeson  (x)

(via theacademy)

foodandwine:

© Tina Rupp
Healthy Monday: Happy Passover! This delicious salad features nutty, protein-rich quinoa and crunchy sliced vegetables
Recipe: Lemony Quinoa Salad with Shaved Vegetables

foodandwine:

© Tina Rupp

Healthy Monday: Happy Passover! This delicious salad features nutty, protein-rich quinoa and crunchy sliced vegetables

Recipe: Lemony Quinoa Salad with Shaved Vegetables

allrecipes:

Addictive Sweet Potato Burritos | “I thought this was delicious! Such a simple, healthy, delicious meal. I would definitely recommend this dish. And it was so filling too!” – prosperityforall
Get the recipe:  http://bit.ly/1hFNUHi
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allrecipes:

Addictive Sweet Potato Burritos | “I thought this was delicious! Such a simple, healthy, delicious meal. I would definitely recommend this dish. And it was so filling too!” – prosperityforall

Get the recipe:  http://bit.ly/1hFNUHi

Pin it: http://bit.ly/1hFP8T0

blackfashion:

Nur Hellmann in “Africa And The City” photographed by Kenneth Willardt For Vanity Fair Italia April 2014

Hot!

Face crack!

(Source: tempella, via daenerysknope)

“I’m not going to tell you how I write a plot because everyone does it differently, and your own way is best for you.

But I will say something about the ending of a novel. I find that very often, at the ending of a novel, the writer (me, or you) will use a verb like ‘realized’, or ‘understood’, or ‘knew’, or ‘found’. It’s the job of the protagonist to accomplish all of those things.

And it’s the job of the writer to show the reader how it happened, by choosing just the right words.”
— Lois Lowry, on writing towards an ending. (via lettersandlight)

Good advice

Gina and Bre

Gina and Bre