1

Oct

Some books are so familiar that reading them is like returning home again.
Jo March, Little Women (via speaklivewrite)

1

Oct

New Fiction Releases for October 2014

1

Oct

abookishtype:

Artist illegible.
This is how I feel about my to-read pile sometimes.

abookishtype:

Artist illegible.

This is how I feel about my to-read pile sometimes.

30

Sep

faboomama:

Yup. Not addicted at all. *glares at large library hold list*

faboomama:

Yup. Not addicted at all. *glares at large library hold list*

(Source: zedjaw77)

30

Sep

secretlygeeky:


'People may think as they like about well-thumbed favourites', thought Paul, 'but there is something incomparably thrilling in first opening a brand-new book.' (Decline and Fall by Evelyn Waugh)

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secretlygeeky:

'People may think as they like about well-thumbed favourites', thought Paul, 'but there is something incomparably thrilling in first opening a brand-new book.' (Decline and Fall by Evelyn Waugh)

Read More

29

Sep

(Source: amandaonwriting)

29

Sep

scribnerbooks:

Please do not disturb. via buzzfeedbooks

28

Sep

algonquinbooks:

Bibliophile’s reading pillows by Bonnie Bruno.

A must in every reading nook.

(Source: bookporn)

27

Sep

tinyteabag:

Artist -> Brian Hwu (artist page gone, but link to pic)

tinyteabag:

Artist -> Brian Hwu (artist page gone, but link to pic)

26

Sep

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday!

26

Sep

penguinteen:

We love these Banned Books Week literary mug shots created by Kate Boryeskne, especially the one she made of Alaska Young from Looking for Alaska. We got these from her website. It’s so great when literature inspires other great art—yet another reason why the freedom to read is so important! 

26

Sep

Banned Books Week: 10 Classic Novels You (Maybe) Didn't Know Were Banned

25

Sep

ilovecharts:

Banned Books By The Numbers

via Hitchcockismyhomeboy Tumb

24

Sep

quirkbooks:

Banned Books Week kicks off next week, and we want you to be ready! Here are a week of outfits inspired by banned books, created by Kristy Pirone!

All the details regarding the outfits can be found on the Quirk blog, here

Now go get dressed, and celebrate banned books! 

23

Sep

penguinteen:

It’s Banned Books Week! Celebrate your freedom to read by picking up a banned or challenged book this week. Why do YOU read banned books?

penguinteen:

It’s Banned Books Week! Celebrate your freedom to read by picking up a banned or challenged book this week. Why do YOU read banned books?