When the trouble dies down, I’ll go.
I will not lie to you, ladies and gentlefolk.
This is cryptic, wonderful, and DAMMIT CAN I JUST HOLD THE BOOK IN MY HANDS ALREADY? Please?
Blue Lily, Lily Blue Book Trailer: What Do You See?
the finished trailer! book releases October 21st in the U.S., available wherever books are books.
(The site still has a Nov 1st release date—we’re determining why that is.)
I assumed it was because of the first line in The Scorpio Races, but I’m glad to hear that we get it in October!
Or we wait and eat some November cakes while we read Blue Lily, Lily Blue.
I am in full support of this plan.
Everyone needs to hear this song at least once.
Hell, I think everyone needs to be exposed to the Civil Wars at least once.
Love this bit
He’s thought about it though. One of the greatest minds of our generation sat down one day and was like “wait, could zombies exist?” And then he did the science thing and was like “nah we’re good.”
THIS IS SO PERFECT
so i jumped on a certain bandwagon
You know, I started scrolling past this expecting to roll my eyes at some Romeo and Juliet hate…
…and then I read it. And yes. Approval here. And an inordinate amount of laughter.
Catering to western students in the vast land of Canada, the Banff Academy of Magical Studies is a sprawling château-style structure nestled comfortably in the snowy peaks beyond Lake Louise. The students have opted for stylish layered knitwear in place of traditional wizard robes, and are often named some of the most fashionable amongst the international wizarding community. Every winter, students would don their warmest clothing and spend hours outside casting adhesive charms on the walls of the academy so falling snow would later stick to the exterior, transforming the school into a frozen palace.
I need this so very badly.
Training in trilingual magic — the traditional Latin based stuff taught at Hogwarts, but English based and French based forms too. Courses in a minimum of two more magical-linguistic traditions are mandatory because of the strong multicultural emphasis the school has. Hindi magic, Cantonese, Portuguese, Malay, Arabic…the list of options goes on.
Magical Theory involves exposure to various local First Nations traditions (field trips around the country intended for further, broader exposure!), and History of Magic teaches about colonialism and the interaction between Aboriginal and European magics.
SOMEONE STOP ME PLEASE BECAUSE I WILL GO ON AND ON OTHERWISE
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