I'm Kittkin, or Kit. Whichever strikes your fancy. And I'm slowly (sort of, not really) getting better at this whole blogging thing. If you've been sent along by Chesh, I beg you to lower your expectations as soon as possible.

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mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

agentlewoman:

I’ll be at @heritagebicycle today around 1pm to hang out with my talented friend @dbernardo and his shop Glasshouse Shirtmakers! Stop by to grab a warm cuppa and enjoy this fall weather 🍂
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agentlewoman:

I’ll be at @heritagebicycle today around 1pm to hang out with my talented friend @dbernardo and his shop Glasshouse Shirtmakers! Stop by to grab a warm cuppa and enjoy this fall weather 🍂

Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (via milarca)

(Source: quotethat)

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neil-gaiman:

Beautiful.

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neil-gaiman:

Beautiful.

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Wonder Bar, 1934

(Source: mishawinsexster)

micaceous-art:

He wasn’t feeling very well. For the last thirty miles he had been imagining that a ton of burning metal, rubber, and leather was a fully functioning automobile, and the Bentley had been resisting him fiercely.

Crowley becoming increasingly unhinged as the book goes on is my favorite part of Good Omens. This is hardly an original concept (pretty sure every GO fanartist draws the flaming Bentley at least once), but it’s such a powerful mental image, I couldn’t resist.

maxkirin:

Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing, a remake of this post. Source.

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Fiction gives us empathy: it puts us inside the minds of other people, gives us the gifts of seeing the world through their eyes. Fiction is a lie that tells us true things, over and over.

Neil Gaiman- Fahrenheit 451 Introduction (via dortheaisles) —

liserinekim:

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