by Jess Driscoll | I write fiction and effusive blog posts.
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Tell me about Marvin?

Marvin is the reading app of your dreams! Compatible with all the ebook file types. Syncs with Calibre on your computer. Day and night themes to save your eyes. Easy gestures to organise collections, add notes, mark as read. I have thousands of books in there, and it is robust. Download ePUBs straight from Safari on your phone, and start reading immediately. I spent a lot of time trying out everything on the app store, and Marvin is the best. Skip the free version, and go straight to paid. It’s worth it.

This is so boring, but the lady demands. I started using a stock Apple wallpaper after the iOS 7 update wiped my old one, and now I love it. The layout is my new distraction avoidance technique. Anytime I think about opening Twitter or Tumblr, I open Marvin and read a book instead.

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best photoset I’ve ever seen

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1st Semi-Final
Fremantle   3.5   6.11   8.13   11.17   (83)
def by PORT ADELAIDE 2.2 3.5 9.9 15.15 (105)

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Andrew Garfield on ET Canada

I cannot endorse this.

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Charts from OKCupid, showing how straight women and men rate each other based on ages. For women, the men they find most attractive are roughly their own age. For men, the women they find most attractive are roughly the same age - 20 to 23 - regardless of the age of the man. (538)

"The only winning move is not to play."


Next project. Turning houses into badges 😁


Next project. Turning houses into badges 😁

So,how is LA life treating you?

it’s good! though i’m so pale there’s a lot of hiding from the sunshine. everyone’s in slouchy jeans and flip-flops and i’m like, “NO, I WILL wear my black velvet cape!”

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Arsenal stars change the game #RainbowLaces (x)


Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag [some] friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.

1. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (Read it first for English class, grade 11. That’s when I realised “great” literature doesn’t have to be epic.)

2. Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers (Read it first in a bus station in Thunder Bay, on my way home after crossing the country on Greyhound by myself at 19.)

3. Paterson by William Carlos Williams (Read it first during the summer semester when I took advantage of the university library and read everything by and about Williams. One day, I’ll tattoo his line—Look, there lies the city!—on my arm.)

4. The Leaving by Budge Wilson (Read it first soon after I received it as a gift for Easter when I was 9. The girls in these stories were my Anne Shirleys, pulled into the (almost) modern day.)

5. The Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton (Read it first probably soon after I learned how to read. Three siblings find a magic tree which leads to different worlds. Then I started making up my own stories about different worlds.)

6. Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (Read it first in grade 10, and then we saw the Baz Luhrmann film in the theatre on a field trip. Cemented these words in my 14-year-old brain.)

7. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen (Read it first, grudgingly, in a university course where it was paired with Bridget Jones’s Diary. Read it again, enthusiastically, last year. It’s all about timing.)

8. Griffin and Sabine by Nick Bantock (Read it first, I think, Christmas ‘91. I would’ve been turning 10. My delight for that multi-media love story was definitely a sign of what was coming.)

9. Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott (Read it first in Halifax, two years ago, deep in the despair of trying to finish my first novel. After years of reading this book’s praises, I finally gave in. And I finished the novel.)

10. Sleepover Friends by Susan Saunders (Read it first during those days when your fiction series of choice said everything about you. I read Babysitters Club and Sweet Valley Twins and Bad News Ballet, too, but these girls were most me.)

Now tell me your books!

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Andrew Garfield. Shot on July 6, 2010 in Mt. Bundy, California, the day after it was announced that he’d be the next Spiderman.