To celebrate Books and Hot Chocolate’s latest follower milestone, I decided to hold a mini giveaway featuring the books I’ve read and re-read so far this first half of the year :)
- Must be following booksandhotchocolate (this is exclusive for my followers only)
- Reblog and like for a chance to win. You can reblog several times but please don’t spam your followers. NO GIVEAWAY BLOGS.
- There will be three winners getting one book each.
- Winners may choose ANY book written by any of the authors featured above.
- Books may be hardcover or paperback but must be under $20 (Canadian dollars)
- This will be available worldwide (wherever) The Book Depository ships.
- You must be willing to give your shipping address away to me.
- The winners will be randomly chosen through a random number generator
- Keep your ask box open so I can contact you if you win. The winners have 24 hours to reply back to me via messaging (NOT fan mail)
- The giveaway ends August 5th, 2014
- If you have any questions ask me here (I will not answer anon questions)
my social studies teacher once told us “human beings are the most selfish of all. even when someone dies, you shed tears only because they are no more around to provide you with whatever they had been for so long”
and it has been 3 years since she said this and this is still what i think about at night
I like how in old animation, you knew what object the characters would interact with. Because they were significantly less detailed than the stationary objects around them.
i’m so glad i’m not the only one who noticed..
that was always the first thing I noticed when watching cartoons
But everyone take a moment to notice that although the arm and book are cel painted, and the shelf and objects are matte painted, the queen’s shadow moves realistically across all of them.
I am so glad I wasn’t the only one who noticed this even as a child.
Everyone around me chalked it up to me just being the big fat animation nerd I was/am.
This way girls and boys can see they’re not alone. I have them and this would help me see that.