Category: adora belle dearheart

Regular

And she left, taking the wretched golems with her.*

The dwarfs
didn’t think to count them and see if any had been left behind. It
wouldn’t have made any difference, but later on the king might not have shouted at them so much.

– on attention to detail | Terry Pratchett, Making Money

Regular

A year ago he’d asked Adora Belle Dearheart to be his wife, and she’d explained that, in fact, he was going to be her husband.

– it’s important to get these things right |
Terry Pratchett, Making Money

Regular

discworldtour:

“Perhaps you could assuage my curiosity, madam?” he said. “Since the ink is drying on the lease?”
Miss Dearheart looked around the room conspiratorially, as if the heavy old bookcases concealed a multitude of ears.
“Can you keep a secret, Mr. Blister?”
“Oh, indeed, madam. Indeed!”
She looked around cautiously.
“Even so, this should be said quietly,” she hissed.
He nodded hopefully, leaned forward, and for the first time in many years felt a woman’s breath in his ear:
So can I,” she said.

– she remains an icon |
Terry Pratchett, Making Money

Regular

“Perhaps you could assuage my curiosity, madam?” he said. “Since the ink is drying on the lease?”
Miss Dearheart looked around the room conspiratorially, as if the heavy old bookcases concealed a multitude of ears.
“Can you keep a secret, Mr. Blister?”
“Oh, indeed, madam. Indeed!”
She looked around cautiously.
“Even so, this should be said quietly,” she hissed.
He nodded hopefully, leaned forward, and for the first time in many years felt a woman’s breath in his ear:
So can I,” she said.

– she remains an icon |
Terry Pratchett, Making Money

Regular

“Perhaps you could assuage my curiosity, madam?” he said. “Since the ink is drying on the lease?”
Miss Dearheart looked around the room conspiratorially, as if the heavy old bookcases concealed a multitude of ears.
“Can you keep a secret, Mr. Blister?”
“Oh, indeed, madam. Indeed!”
She looked around cautiously.
“Even so, this should be said quietly,” she hissed.
He nodded hopefully, leaned forward, and for the first time in many years felt a woman’s breath in his ear:
So can I,” she said.

– she remains an icon |
Terry Pratchett, Making Money

nesy-art: Whoever said you can’t fool an hone…

nesy-art:

Whoever said you can’t fool an honest man wasn’t one.

-Terry Pratchett, Making Money

nesy-art: Whoever said you can’t fool an hone…

nesy-art:

Whoever said you can’t fool an honest man wasn’t one.

-Terry Pratchett, Making Money

theshepherdscrown: Adora Belle Dearheart aest…

theshepherdscrown:

Adora Belle Dearheart aesthetic

Adora Belle fought back, and to make sure, fought back even before she was attacked

Discworld headcanon

hermitknut:

But like, there would be regular balls and such. ANd you’ve got Sam Vimes dancing with Sybill, very sedate, very formal, very conservative, because this is definitely not Sam Vimes’ idea of fun (well, dancing with Sybill is surprisingly pleasant and and he didn’t mind learning but it’s different when you’re in front of the posh nobs). So Sam and Sybill, and all the other couples, dancing very normal.

Except 

suddenly

cutting through the crowd

It’s Mr Lipwig and Ms Dearheart, doing the tango

(Moist is the one who gets dipped of course)

boaillustration:

boaillustration:

I have been on a Discworld kick again lately, and I had wanted to draw Moist and Adora for a long time.