my-name-is-not-bob:

Does anyone else get that thing where there reading a book and the main character and their significant other are fighting and you just can’t put the book down till you know they have made up because you just ship them so bad?

There’s plenty of sense in nonsense sometimes, if you wish to look for it.
Infernal Devices: Clockwork Angel (p.88)

This will be me…

dynamiteinherhair:

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over the next few weeks as I’m doing the Read-A-Thon

I’ve never thought of keeping a separate reading blog before, but now it seems like a good idea, so it’s probably something I’ll set up either during or after this, as I’ve already submitted this blog as the one I’ll be using to write about my progress.

Time to get lost in some good books…

bookshelfonacloud:

Reading all the time

bookshelfonacloud:

Reading all the time

shakespeareknight:

You can say I’m a bit of a badass.

shakespeareknight:

You can say I’m a bit of a badass.

Whenever someone reveals spoilers about a book I’m reading

stagecoachjessi:

Them:

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Me:

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Reading

iwriteandihope:

All these books of poetry, prose and fiction are supposed to help me escape

Instead I lose hours of sleep and go on until 3 AM reading and awake.

What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it. That doesn’t happen much, though.
J.D Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye (via thelatenightnovelist)
bookshelfonacloud:

Reading on the beach…again!

bookshelfonacloud:

Reading on the beach…again!

crayolawasntmyidea:

I have a problem with saying, “okay just one more chapter” and before I know it, its very late and the book is over.

slipperbunny:

I bought this book some time ago for another bookcrosser as a birthday present, but I have also been interested in this for many years (well, about four) so I read it first. The Boy With the Cuckoo-Clock Heart is a very easy to read book. At the same time light and heartbreaking. Or maybe bittersweet is the right word. The ending was a bit surprising, but not in a bad way.

slipperbunny:

I bought this book some time ago for another bookcrosser as a birthday present, but I have also been interested in this for many years (well, about four) so I read it first. The Boy With the Cuckoo-Clock Heart is a very easy to read book. At the same time light and heartbreaking. Or maybe bittersweet is the right word. The ending was a bit surprising, but not in a bad way.

It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.
Oscar Wilde (via wordsandshe)
a-born-raconteur:

My love ❤️

a-born-raconteur:

My love ❤️

abookishtype:

I need one of these signs from Hay-on-Wye.

abookishtype:

I need one of these signs from Hay-on-Wye.

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