Literary Loves

We interrupt our regularly scheduled Wednesday Words posts to bring you…

Another iOS14 Aesthetic!

Can’t stop, won’t stop, am I right?

Did we really think the last aesthetic I posted about was going to be my last. Hahahaha! I wish. But actually, the truth is that I’ve changed my aesthetic 2 or 3 times since that post. *maniacal laugh*

Actually, though, I’m obsessed. It’s a little scary.

In any case, this aesthetic I finally felt was nice enough to share with you all, and since it follows a literary theme, I thought it would be quite fitting to post about.

Voila, what I like to call the Literary Loves Aesthetic.

If you know you know.

But in case you don’t know, I’ll let you in on the deets.

First, we have DeTamble as in Henry of The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger, that dashing, time-challenged librarian I gave a huge piece of my heart to.

Second: Hardy as in Thomas, writer of macabre Victorian tragedies like the story of my girl Tess Durbeyfield.

Third: Irving as in John, the writer that made me fall in love with sweeping epic novels when I read A Prayer for Owen Meany in grade 12 English class.

Next: Higgins as in the other Henry of Pygmalion and My Fair Lady fame, my favourite surly bachelor.

On page two, we have Rochester, the one and only Edward Fairfax who stole my heart when I was 17 years old and placed it firmly in the hands of one Miss Brontë.

And finally, Archeron as in Feyre, the one lady on this list, who reminded me that I could be fearless too in the face of anxiety and mental illness.

There you have it, an aesthetic inspired by all the literary figures I’ve grown to know and love so well.

Have you made an aesthetic yet? I’d love to hear all about it in the comments!

jng

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