This is one of my favorite contemporary artists who's work focuses on pre-colonized mesoamerica, traditions and spirituality, theyre having a sale rn:

Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives

For facebook, twitter, gmail, yahoo, youtube, instagram, google play, google docs/calendar/maps, amazon books/kindle, ms windows, ms office, office, steam, minecraft, patreon, internet(!), grooveshark...

I got an ereader for my birthday a few months ago and it's *great* and I love that when I go somewhere I can have *many* books in a tiny light thing so really there's no need to pack paper books.


What if I'm somewhere I can't use it for some reason? ๐Ÿ˜ฑ Or, like, all electricity everywhere stopped working? And I had no books!?!

So I still bring paper books everywhere. ๐Ÿ™„

I'm ridiculous and I'm ok with that.

Did some grocery shopping w/my partner after hanging out with a friend. Passing by the cheap movie section he stops and is like "...I shouldn't show you this."

So of course he did.

"The Munsters: Scary Little Christmas"


Wow, he does love me!




Books on TV! Both on the CW network, good for them!

Batwoman is...mostly good. I like the acting, the overall plot, the fuller character development on Alice, really all the characters. I dislike the journal/letter to Bruce segments. They feel awkward and generally anytime Batman is in a thing I'm like "....but why?"

Nancy Drew is fantastic and highly recommended all around. One negative spot (surprise fake-sounding accent!) seems to have been dropped immediately. Phew!

With The Fire On High, through part 1, titles are weird 

With The Fire On High, through part 1, titles are weird 

cw's riverdale s4 e4 

Okay Folx,

November's read is "With the Fire On High" by Elizabeth Acevedo!

๐Ÿ’˜๐Ÿ’•youโ€™re beautiful! Check your first-aid kit to make sure nothing has expired๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’˜

Wanna read about bikes and dragons? You have one week to support our Dragon Bike anthology on #Kickstarter!

Featuring my #velopunk story set in the 19th century South America.

its wild as shit weโ€™re all breathinโ€™ together, lil critters on a nice rock, breathinโ€™.

I got a little behind in my comics reading and just finally read "Crowded" issue 9 today. It continues to be soooo good!

It's pretty violent and sort of depressing in a similar way to "Bitch Planet" (it's exaggerated for satire, but it never feels far off). So not for everyone, but I'm enjoying it a lot and it definitely makes my "things to read now that WicDiv is over and the world feels empty(er)" list.

Also thinking about/writing *that* made me realize that when I've written fiction in the past and had characters who thought/acted like me....I probably *was* writing autistic characters but never would have thought of describing that way?

I got diagnosed early but wasn't told what it meant and for soooo long and didn't really get it till I met other autistics.

So I guess I would write/have written autistic characters by just trying to write a relatable everyperson? XD

Looking for book recs for and came across one about an autistic character. Written by (as far as I can tell) a non-autistic writer.

I'm happy for representation but don't really trust NT people to do it?? But then I was thinking "huh, maybe I should write a book instead" but like. I don't know how to *write* autism, it's just my life? I don't know how to fictionalize it for other people, I don't know how NT thoughts and experiences differ and what would be worth describing.

MacMillan dicking over Libraries- How to help 

MacMillan dicking over Libraries- The situation 

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