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Today’s top item in Book News: Ginny Weasley, the freckly, flame-haired girl who later marries Harry Potter, grows up to be a sports journalist, according to new writing from J.K. Rowling on the website Pottermore. (Login required.) The stories are Ginny’s dispatches from the 2014 Quidditch World Cup for the magical newspaper The Daily Prophet. “Not a single Quaffle thrown, not a single Snitch caught, but the 427th Quidditch World Cup is already mired in controversy,” she writes. “Magizoologists have congregated in the desert to contain the mayhem and Healers have attended more than 300 crowd members suffering from shock, broken bones and bites.”

Also today, Ian McEwan on having dinner with Salman Rushdie during the fatwa, and James Salter remembers Peter Matthiessen. Read more here.

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oh, bosco. you could totally drown a tsunami if you wanted to.

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I can’t navigate my emotions.  I don’t even know what I’m feeling.  And then all the sudden I’m crying.  And then I don’t care about anything.  I’m pretty sure my dog thinks I’m the worst owner in the world.  If it weren’t for her I wouldn’t leave my room.  She just sits by the door, with her face pressed against it, reminding me that there is a world outside. 

Omg this shirt almost made me cryyyyyy

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You treated me like stone when I’m really the most fragile glass.
Lessons learned (via ghosts-of-lovers-pastx)
And as I
lay on my bed,
all I ever
wish for
is to have
someone who
isn’t afraid
to fall apart
with me.
Chau D. (via ink-ing)

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Patrick Ness, The Knife of Never Letting Go