There is no easy way to train an apprentice. My two tools are example and nagging.

Lemony Snicket, Who Could That Be At This Hour? (via fortheloveoflemony)
Can’t wait until September? Read chapter one of Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions #3: “Shouldn’t You Be in School?” here.

Can’t wait until September? Read chapter one of Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions #3: “Shouldn’t You Be in School?” here.

thesnicketfile:

"He’s a terrible man. He’s despicable. He’s loathsome, a word which here means terrible and despicable."

—Lemony Snicket, All The Wrong Questions

thesnicketfile:

"He’s a terrible man. He’s despicable. He’s loathsome, a word which here means terrible and despicable."

—Lemony Snicket, All The Wrong Questions

Do YOU Have What It Takes?
As chronicled in his series of books All The Wrong Questions, Lemony Snicket spends his time in the town of Stain’d-By-The-Sea solving perplexing puzzles. Now it’s your turn. Thirteen challenges await those who are interested in aiding in Mr. Snicket’s noble work, or who just have nothing better to do at the moment.
START HERE.

Do YOU Have What It Takes?

As chronicled in his series of books All The Wrong Questions, Lemony Snicket spends his time in the town of Stain’d-By-The-Sea solving perplexing puzzles. Now it’s your turn. Thirteen challenges await those who are interested in aiding in Mr. Snicket’s noble work, or who just have nothing better to do at the moment.

START HERE.

asoue13:

"Were not friends," he said, finally and quietly. "We’re sweethearts, OK? Go ahead and laugh if you want to." -Page 203 of When Did You See Her Last.

"I never laugh at a man’s romantic life." –Lemony Snicket

asoue13:

"Were not friends," he said, finally and quietly. "We’re sweethearts, OK? Go ahead and laugh if you want to." -Page 203 of When Did You See Her Last.

"I never laugh at a man’s romantic life." –Lemony Snicket

thebookishowl:

This is what I’m reading right now. What about you?

This post.

thebookishowl:

This is what I’m reading right now. What about you?

This post.

"The difference between arson and a birthday party is the number of candles." —Lemony Snicket

"The difference between arson and a birthday party is the number of candles." Lemony Snicket

Page One. Book Three. 
Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions 3: "Shouldn’t You Be in School?" arrives September 29, 2014… Do you smell smoke yet?

Page One. Book Three. 

Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions 3: "Shouldn’t You Be in School?" arrives September 29, 2014… Do you smell smoke yet?

Stephin Merritt of The Magnetic Fields reads a quote from Lemony Snicket’s new book File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents in this animated instagram video.

You, too, can start reading here.

(Source: instagram.com)

nudge-edge:

What does the S stand for?

So much spectacular Snicket fan art for All the Wrong Questions.

nudge-edge:

What does the S stand for?

So much spectacular Snicket fan art for All the Wrong Questions.

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