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JJ  S. Jae-Jones, but just JJ, if you please. NYT bestselling author of WINTERSONG. And she abandons her mind to obscure arts.


It’s a snow day, so naturally I’m being an adult and drinking wine on a roof. BECAUSE I CAN.
📷 @roshanichokshi

‘Tis snowing, so today’s aesthetic is Snow White.
Also, what is with my hair. The waves, they have a life of their own.
I’ve also been on the hunt for a red lipstick that doesn’t turn pink on me. Corals and orange-based reds work fairly well for my skin tone, but some days I want a real nice Russian red, but the blue always turns pink on me. 😭

Honestly, at first glance I thought the sign said Free Corpse Bags. 💀

The view from my PlayStation, where I have been living for the past several weeks, if you’ve been wondering where I’ve disappeared. 😂
Seriously though, I am slowly emerging from a fugue state where I apparently binged all the Dragon Age games and discovered my inner basement dweller. I’d never been much for video games in the past, and to be honest, I’m still unsure if I would call myself a gamer. But I’ll admit that I fell hard for the characters of Dragon Age and playing the games feels like a way to spend time with these people I’ve come to love.
Alistairrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. 😍
Also, Cullen. 😍
And Dorian. 🤗
And Cassandra. 🤩

Indulging in my inner Basic White Girl with what is likely the last PSL of the season. 🍂🍁☕️
📷 @roshanichokshi

I’m totally getting a thunderstorm room in my next house.

Writing as visual art. A store selling calligraphy brushes in Seoul.

Golden ginkgo. 🍂

Apparently the tourist thing to do in Korea now is to rent “hanbok” and walk around the palaces like some sort of RenFaire. The historical accuracy of these “hanbok” is about par with some of the costumes you find at a RenFaire, but I have to admit that it looks like fun.

Gyeongbokgung (경복궁) Palace. The king used to host parties in this pavilion.

Like I said, Korea sure knows how to do autumn.

Buddhist monks at Jogyesa Temple in Seoul, the only Buddhist temple in an urban area in Korea. Most Koreans Buddhist temples are situated in mountains; Korea is 70% mountainous, but they also believe that the ideal situation is mountains at the back and a river in front to cleanse away sins.

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