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Chasing The Sun - Expectations Vs. Reality

Think you’re all about me, but I’m all about y o u


Hello, everyone!

Andrew said that talking about Banned Books for an hour wasn’t in line with the “documentary” and then pointed out that I neglected to write about it in the contract, so we don’t have an episode about banned books. I am sorry. Blame Andrew. 

But what I want to do INSTEAD is make THE LARGEST BANNED BOOK WEEK POST TUMBLR HAS EVER SEEN to stick it to Andrew — stick it to him good! Maybe next time he’ll believe me when I say that YOU GUYS WOULD LOVE IT. (“blahblahblah, integrity of the show, blahblahblah, you can’t just cater to your audience, blahblahblah I’m a filmmaker, I know what I’m doing”)

So let’s play a game!

What was the most meaningful banned book you ever read? Why?

If you had to ban a book, what would you ban? Why?

Do you believe that books (or TV or film or any other media) should be banned? Under what circumstances? 

COMMENT BELOW because if this post gets over 100 reblogs? I’m doing a GIVEAWAY. I’ll choose one person at random to mail a copy of a book from this video!


1. You have to follow on Tumblr & be able to send your information via email so I can get you the book!

2. You have to subscribe on YouTube! This is the part that will SHOW ANDREW WHAT’S WHAT. ;) Send  ONE e-mail to classic.alice.series@gmail.com. The subject line has to be your YouTube username, message has to be your real name (the one you have on your ID). Just these two things, nothing else!


I feel so stupid for not knowing that these books were banned. ‘-‘ 

I honestly don’t know if books or any media shoudl be banned, I mean, there are pretty weird stuff out there, but then that are pretty weird people who like it, right?


"Hopefully you remember us from Caroline Lee’s engagement party. I’m William Darcy and this is my… fiancée, Lizzie Bennet. We want to know if you’d be interested in planning a wedding in San Francisco."



I am in love with Kokorin I don’t know what to do omg

Marry him, easy cake!

For River Song, ‘Amy' always meant 'Mother’.


Some books are so familiar that reading them is like returning home again.
Jo March, Little Women (via theultimatenerdgasm)