About Tasha B.

A raging bibliomaniac with an interest in art and culture.

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  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    Elliot yelled, “Don’t move or I’ll blow your head off.”
    Note: sooooo clint eastwood-ish
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    During the day I dress up like an FBI agent.
    Note: fun tshirt
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    Ducks began to flap and quack-quack in panic.
    Note: this sentence wld be way more awesome if it read 'ducks began to flap in a quak-quak panic attack.'
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    Not for the first time, Elliot wondered what his story was. At a guess it didn’t include a stint in charm school.
    Note: not everyone is awed by your masculine beauty
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    All cynics are disappointed idealists. The more stars in the eyes, the harder the fall.”
    Note: someone has been listening to too much joni mitchell
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    professors really have responsibilities twenty-four-seven.” Charlotte’s voice drifted to him across the table. “We all have to be conscious of that. The university is drafting a social media policy for those of our faculty who choose to engage in online interaction. We have to be conscious all the time of the boundaries between student and staff.”
    Note: yikes
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    “Does he have a laptop?” “It’s in the desk. He doesn’t use it a lot.” Elliot found the Apple MacBook in a desk drawer.
    Note: what a weird kid.
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    Anne taught art history. She was twice divorced and reputedly a man-eater,
    Note: woot art history! #bringingsexyback
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    Elliot’s inner ex-law enforcement officer wondered briefly what the story was with the maintenance man.
    Note: suspect #2. im guessing hes a red herring though.
  • Tasha shared from Fair Game by Josh Lanyon
    Through the bank of windows he saw the new moon, large and luminous, like the old man in the moon peering into his window.
    Note: new moon is when there is no moon. i think what you mean is full moon.