S.C. Parris

S.C. Parris is the author of The Dark World, her debut novel by Permuted Press, coming early 2015.
She's not scared of talking. :)
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Sad Wings of Destiny


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I love how Michelle ain’t here

*averts gaze*


the opening scene of 28 weeks later is one of the best scenes in zombie movie history in my opinion. sometimes, i’ll just watch that scene and then change off the movie because that’s all i watched for.”

  • Comic Con: knock knock
  • Me: who's there
  • Comic Con: not you lol



when i’m having an argument with someone and they start calling me “sweetie” and “honey” and “little girl” and i’m


I do this to people lol

please tell me they’re not doing this werewolf/vampire love triangle thing with this girl in hemlock grove?


James Dean and Natalie Wood in ‘Rebel Without a Cause’, 1955.

This is my skin. It keeps out the rain and words I’d rather not hear like ‘I’m tired’ or ‘I’m fine’ or ‘We need to talk.’

This is my skin and it’s thick. This is not your skin. Yet you are still under it.
Iain S. Thomas, I Wrote This For You (via petrichour)

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ppl who constantly radiate bad vibes are so exhausting like how are you always so that way

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On an Island north of Siberia, frozen remains of a mammoth have been discovered with blood that is STILL liquid! The 10,000-year-old beast was found on one of the Lyakhovsky Islands in the Novosibirsk archipelago off the northern coast of Siberia. Researchers from the Northeastern Federal University in Yakutsk poked the remains with an ice pick and, incredibly, blood flowed out.

Since the temperature during excavation was -7 to -10 degrees celsius, the scientist say that “It may be assumed that the blood of mammoths had some cryoprotective properties”. How fucking awesome is that!?


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Stephen King opens the new gates to his bat-guarded Victorian home November 1982.

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