Dreaming in Ink
Hayley. 22. A writer with too much time on her hands, and somehow never enough. I also make graphics! Expect fangirl-y-ness to follow.

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“What had happened to our love? Somehow it had faded, or worn out, or simply withered away.” 
 — Carolyn Meyer, Doomed Queen Anne


posted 6 months ago on 13/4/2014 - 256 notes

Fangirl challenge: 3/10 tw show- The Tudors

You think you know a story, but you only know how it ends. To get to the heart of the story, you have to go back to the beginning.

posted 9 months ago on 13/1/2014 - 879 notes
tagged as: #The Tudors #pretty

posted 10 months ago on 3/12/2013 - 1,393 notes

url graphics: anneboleyns (x)

posted 11 months ago on 11/11/2013 - 637 notes

"You are a poet as I am a woman. Poets and women are always free with their hearts, are they not?"

(Happy birthday, Jara!)

posted 11 months ago on 9/11/2013 - 1,261 notes

posted 11 months ago on 5/11/2013 - 451 notes


♔ gorgeous outfits in the tudors [41/??]

   └ anne boleyn’s black outfit for mass (s02e08)

posted 1 year ago on 17/10/2013 - 358 notes

everything seems so golden in one minute, then turns to ashes the next


everything seems so golden in one minute, then turns to ashes the next

posted 1 year ago on 6/10/2013 - 757 notes


"Anne’s character has fascinated— and often eluded— historians  for centuries. She was certainly ambitious, determined, tenacious, and even ruthless. Her loyalty to, and pride in, her family was strong, and she seems to have been particularly close to her brother George. She was sophisticated, vivacious, and witty but could also be high-strung, sharp tempered and vindictive. Yet her strength, boldness and courage were never in doubt. Unlike most women of her time, she had an independent spirit. It was more than just sex appeal and wit that attracted Henry to Anne. Several writers testify to her love of fashion and her expensive tastes. which she shared with the King. Like him, she had a flair for the decorative arts and a lively interest in architecture and display. Her accomplishments were many. she was well-educated, intelligent and articulate, was fluent in French and knew some Latin." {allison weir}

posted 1 year ago on 4/10/2013 - 2,444 notes
Someday my pain
Will mark you

posted 1 year ago on 17/9/2013 - 1,953 notes