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Hello Cassie :D We got some Chinese sentences from Jem, are we going to get maybe some French words out of Will? (maybe more profound than “mauve” and “Et tu brute!”) ;) And thank you for being an author that is always in contact with us <3 
— violetsmind By

Thank you, though I don’t deserve it: I try to answer all my asks but I have about 6,000 unanswered ones (which is why I turned off asks, I think you have to be following someone’s blog to send fanmail which makes it more manageable) — but anyways, onwards! Will’s not French, though his French (and Greek, and Latin, which is “et tu, Brute” ;) are fine. He’s Welsh, so he does speak Welsh in Clockwork Princess.

Will leaned close, almost hissing into her ear. “Fyddai’n wneud unrhyw dda yn ddweud wrthych i fynd adref?”

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Clockwork Princess snippet

cassandraclare:


“Jem told me what Ragnor Fell said about my father,” Will said. “That for my father, there was only ever one woman he loved, and it was her for him, or nothing. You are that for me. I love you, and I will only ever love you until I die —”

What if he’s not saying this to Tessa, but someone else because he needs to?
Cause if it isn’t Tessa, we all know he’d be lying.

I’m not saying he can’t love anyone else, I’m just saying that if he fell in love with someone else she wouldn’t be the only woman he’d ever loved.  

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theherondaleboys:

I felt the most complete despair and envy of Sydney Carton. Yes, Sydney, for even if he had no hope that the woman he loved would love him, at least he could tell her of his love. At least he could do something to prove his passion, even if that thing was to die.
I would have chosen death for a chance to tell you the truth, Tessa.
: William Herondale&#160;: Why?&#160;: by *Lala-Mot

theherondaleboys:

I felt the most complete despair and envy of Sydney Carton. Yes, Sydney, for even if he had no hope that the woman he loved would love him, at least he could tell her of his love. At least he could do something to prove his passion, even if that thing was to die.

I would have chosen death for a chance to tell you the truth, Tessa.

: William Herondale : Why? : by *Lala-Mot

kisakiname:

“…It was like following a ghost. The next morning he was ready with some ribald tale of false adventures, and I never demanded the truth. If he wishes to lie to me, then he must have a reason.”“He lies to you, and yet you trust him?”“Yes,” Jem said. “I trust him.”“But—”“He lies consistently. He always invents the story that will make him look the worst.”

kisakiname:

“…It was like following a ghost. The next morning he was ready with some ribald tale of false adventures, and I never demanded the truth. If he wishes to lie to me, then he must have a reason.”
“He lies to you, and yet you trust him?”
“Yes,” Jem said. “I trust him.”
“But—”
“He lies consistently. He always invents the story that will make him look the worst.”

amor-verus-numquam-moritur:

airam-asereht:

I DID IT BECAUSE I LOVE YOU

“I imagined you wanted an apology! You saved my life at the tea warehouse, and I am grateful, Will. I thought you wanted me to tell you that—”

Will looked as if she had slapped him. “I didn’t save your life so you’d be grateful!”

“Then, what?” Her voice rose. “You did it because it’s your mandate? Because the Law says—”

“I did it because I love you!” he half-shouted, and then, as if registering the shocked look on her face, he said in a more subdued voice, “I love you, Tessa, and I have loved you, almost since the moment I met you.”

this audio clip is from the audiobook of Clockwork Prince written by Cassandra Clare  and read by Heather Lind and Ed Westwick

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