This is a poll for the third book in our book club, made helpfully by luckyfilbert, at the dreamwidth community. You DO NOT have to have participated before to vote, or to have a dreamwidth account, only the intention to participate this time around. The only reason I am not embedding it here is that tumblr hates html.

The options, as I mentioned the other day, are We Are Not Ourselves, The Bone Clocks, and All the Light We Cannot See, and you can find summaries for all of them at the link above. Please come join in!

Anonymous asked:

Do you/your followers know the name of a specific doc that came out in May (or possibly earlier, that's just when i remember reading it) that was: -Natasha-centric -very dark, included the deaths of major characters -had Natasha taking over for the Winter Soldier after killing him when he tried to escape -also had a very dub-con natasha/Yelena Belova pairing -had her "activated" as the Winter Soldier and killing all of the Avengers -was really, incredibly, beautifully written

I have… no idea, haha. Anybody else?

hellotailor
magpieandwhale:

kristaferanka:

so here’s a bit of a treat. This is a piece I did that has never been shown in any capacity ever. This is Unused art I made a few years ago to along with the Captain American Premium Format statue from Sideshow Collectibles from the first film.. It was inevitable never approved in time to be produced along with the statue, but I’ve finally received word I can share it, so at least there is that. 

Ooooooh wow.

magpieandwhale:

kristaferanka:

so here’s a bit of a treat. This is a piece I did that has never been shown in any capacity ever. This is Unused art I made a few years ago to along with the Captain American Premium Format statue from Sideshow Collectibles from the first film.. It was inevitable never approved in time to be produced along with the statue, but I’ve finally received word I can share it, so at least there is that. 

Ooooooh wow.

hollywoodmarcia

hollywoodmarcia:

There Will Be Blood (2007)

I forgot to post about this, but on Friday night I went aaaaaall the way up to Washington Heights to see this movie on a huge screen (though we were very far away so it was not actually that huge) with an orchestra playing the score. It was amazing. It is my favorite film, or at least it will be until I see The Thin Red Line again probably. The battle rages on. But really this is it: it was there first. But somehow I had not seen it in around five years, I think. Which was actually good. Sometimes it is better not to watch things that often.

It is just a perfect movie. It had such a massive impact on me and the way that I thought and what I liked. And I really don’t think anything in fiction fucks me up more than the father/son relationship in this film. I can’t even really speak about it. It is Too Much.