Fiction, meaning original stories inspired in the imagination, will continue to attract those who want to understand the world beyond the stereotypes and clichés that dominate popular culture of any given moment in time. — The Aspiring Writer

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She is perfection. 

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Heading to New York tomorrow, thought it was pretty fitting to post a Westeros Subway map. 

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The Beast made Beauty a romantic dinner for two. 

“I feel so lucky to know you,” he said. “You’re the thing that makes me happy to be alive.”

Beauty’s heart swelled. “That’s exactly how I feel about you.”

Then that candlestick guy raised the volume on his episode of Downton Abbey.

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He used often to say there was only one Road; that it was like a great river: its springs were at every doorstep, and every path was its tributary.

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Game of Thrones sigils for literary families 

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