romvnov:

The Avengers: Age of Ultron; First Official Stills [x]

geeky-sova:

Tyler Hoechlin discusses fanfiction.

[ x ]

Age of Ultron Comic-Con Cast Signing

sunshine-bea:

Queen + Adam Lambert Fans must read this: http://onnow.onenation.livenation.com/ - LONG INTERVIEW!

source https://www.facebook.com/livenationalberta

Dylan O’Brien+puppies
Potter has done too much for me for me to ever want to shit all over it. I’m never going to say: ‘Don’t ask me questions about that’. I remember reading an interview with Robert Smith from The Cure. Somebody said to him: ‘Why do you still wear all that makeup, don’t you feel a bit past it?’ And he said: ‘There are still 14-year-olds coming to see The Cure for the first time, dressed like that. I’d never want to make them feel silly.’ It’s a similar thing with Potter. People are still discovering those books and films. It would be awful for them to find out the people involved had turned their backs on it. Though sometimes, people do come up and say ‘I loved you in The Woman in Black,’ which is really sweet. That’s them knowing that it matters to me that I’ve done other stuff.
Daniel Radcliffe for London Magazine (x)
staingirl:

capwidows:

HE DID IT

*pokes*

staingirl:

capwidows:

HE DID IT

*pokes*

Dylan O’Brien and Tyler Posey attend the Entertainment Weekly’s Annual Comic-Con Celebration // July 26

azurethemes:

Links to Help You Start Coding by azurethemes/salazharIn honor of opening my theme blog, I thought I’d make this post on learning how to code since many people ask where/how I started coding. This is not a tutorial on how to code a theme, but a list of resources on how to start learning HTML and CSS.
UNDERSTANDING HTMLThese websites are the one I used to learn and understand more about HTML and CSS. 
Code AcademyCode Academy teaches you HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and more interactively. Their tutorials are great for anyone of any age. This site is my favorite and I definitely recommend it.
w3Schoolsw3Schools is what I like to call my online glossary. It has literally everything you need to know.
MAKING TUMBLR THEMESThere are many great tutorials here on tumblr on creating your own theme. Here are a few:
By lmthemes
By farahmir
By themesbyeris
By ettudis
By howtomakeasimpletheme
By buildthemes
Tumblr has also provided us with a document on creating custom themes and I suggest going through it. 
USING BASE CODESIf you wanna start coding themes, but you don’t know where to start, I suggest using a base code. I have a masterpost of base codes here, but you will want to use base codes that come with instructions like these two [ one | two ] so it’s easier for you to customize and understand the theme.
CONCLUSIONAgain, this is just a list of resources to help you begin coding your own tumblr themes. I will release another resources list with more external links that provides you with tutorials to make your themes even better. This one is just to help you start out.
Please like/reblog this if you found it useful.If you have anymore questions on coding, feel free to ask me!

azurethemes:

Links to Help You Start Coding by azurethemes/salazhar
In honor of opening my theme blog, I thought I’d make this post on learning how to code since many people ask where/how I started coding. This is not a tutorial on how to code a theme, but a list of resources on how to start learning HTML and CSS.

UNDERSTANDING HTML
These websites are the one I used to learn and understand more about HTML and CSS. 

  • Code Academy
    Code Academy teaches you HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and more interactively. Their tutorials are great for anyone of any age. This site is my favorite and I definitely recommend it.
  • w3Schools
    w3Schools is what I like to call my online glossary. It has literally everything you need to know.

MAKING TUMBLR THEMES
There are many great tutorials here on tumblr on creating your own theme. Here are a few:

Tumblr has also provided us with a document on creating custom themes and I suggest going through it. 

USING BASE CODES
If you wanna start coding themes, but you don’t know where to start, I suggest using a base code. 
I have a masterpost of base codes here, but you will want to use base codes that come with instructions like these two [ one | two ] so it’s easier for you to customize and understand the theme.

CONCLUSION
Again, this is just a list of resources to help you begin coding your own tumblr themes. I will release another resources list with more external links that provides you with tutorials to make your themes even better. This one is just to help you start out.

Please like/reblog this if you found it useful.
If you have anymore questions on coding, feel free to ask me!

Tyler Hoechlin imitating Dylan O’Brien at the MTV’s Teen Wolf SDCC Panel.

Marvel Studios Panel - Comic-Con International 2014 

  • My Books
  • The Chronicles of Charlie Waterman
  • Cat's Call by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • Cat's Creation by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • The Haward Mysteries
  • Sacrifice of an Angel by Tasha & Sophie Duncan
  • Stockings by Tasha and Sophie Duncan
  • Vampires: The New Age
  • Advent by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • The Beginning by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • The Soul Reader Series
  • Forgotten Soul by Tasha D-Drake
  • Forbidden Soul by Tasha D-Drake
  • Fortunate Soul by Tasha D-Drake
  • Dark Reflections
  • Me, Myself and I (Dark Reflections #1) by Tasha D-Drake
  • My Stand Alone Short Stories/ Novellas
  • Face of the Dead by Tasha D-Drake
  • Chip Off the Old Block? by Tasha D-Drake
  • Three Bullets by Tasha D-Drake
  • When Darkness Beckons by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan
  • Out of the Frying Pan by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • The Trade by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • My Anthologies
  • Myriad Imaginings by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan
  • Half of Everything by Natasha Duncan-Drake
  • Book of Darkness by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan
  • Beyond Our Horizon by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan
  • Supernature by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan
  • Romantica by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan
  • Bright Young Things by Natasha Duncan-Drake and Sophie Duncan