caitlin van horn @HelloCVHplease do not miss the fact in this secret-mta-employee-man-cave-hidden-under-GCT new story the MTA announced that they basically have no idea how many rooms / what the layout of Grand Central Terminal is nbcnewyork.com/news/local/sec…
#MSWL please someone send me a MG about a secret clubhouse beneath Grand Central!
Foyinsi @OyinAtiOmiI never thought I’d want anything to do with #TheCanterburyTales once I graduated but now I feel like a YA contemp/fantasy novel (loosely) inspired by/based on it (like structurally) could be really cool???
Guess after having it in 4+ classes, the brainwashing worked...
Also a #MSWL of mine!
Chris Morgan @C_Morgs65Every so often I think about that idea for an epic fantasy about two teams of diplomats trying desperately to end a devastating war and it only takes place in one inn/hotel/building.
Beth Shapiro @bonesandbugsCheck out this little guy! Kurt is a one month old purebred Przewalski’s horse, born to an American Quarter-horse mom on a farm in Texas. How is this possible? Kurt was cloned from cells preserved 40 years ago. This is a big moment for #geneticRescue reviverestore.org/projects/przew… pic.twitter.com/jHSib53CnH
🍞🏴🚩𝕾𝖈𝖔𝖙𝖍 🚩🏴🍞 @ScothSenpaiThe first person to win an esports event was a trans woman. I can hear the transphobic gamers crying from here. pic.twitter.com/rKcl74XT9C
Zabé/Z.R. Ellor @ZREllor#MSWL I'm now open to adult contemporary fiction, both commercial and upmarket. I want witty beach reads, elements of suspense/thriller, family secrets, and books about rich people behaving badly
#MSWL I’m especially interested in books by marginalized authors that don’t necessarily center the trauma of oppression.
#MSWL I'm now open to adult contemporary fiction, both commercial and upmarket. I want witty beach reads, elements of suspense/thriller, family secrets, and books about rich people behaving badly
i cast fireball 🔥 @clairewenze"prince consort" is the sexiest royal title, it says 'the reigning monarch married this man just to fuck him' and that's so valid. nobody who actually understands court hierarchy correct me this is the world i want to live in
Oh my god #MSWL
WikiVictorian @wikivictorianSteel with brass wrist mountings and leather top piece prosthetic arm, 1840. London Science Museum. pic.twitter.com/rlakVTsv4F
#MSWL I’d love a book about the lady who used this, maybe as a detective or monster-hunter?