1. saxophon3hero:

    “So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was a hurricane.”

    -John Green,
    Looking for Alaska 

    (via worldbetweenworlds)

  2. worldbetweenworlds:

    Although I prefer physical books over electronic books, I believe that the perpetuation of reading is more important than any one book medium. <3 books.


  3. Posters Designed Using Text from Your Favorite Classic Books!




    This is so. cool.

    Do want!


  4. thegoodfairy:

    A new edition of Dorian Gray is being released that restores the original text that was censored in Wilde’s time for its subtle homosexual content. I liked The Portrait of Dorian Gray anyway, but this might make me like it even more.

    (via worldbetweenworlds)


  5. "The hotel shop only had two decent books, and I’d written both of them."
    — Douglas Adams (via libraryland)

    (via worldbetweenworlds)

  6. worldbetweenworlds:


    my face hasn’t lit up this much for anything else on the internet.

    I love this!

  7. azvolrien:

    Howl’s immediate response to getting his heart back was less poetic in the book.

    The book is utterly different. The author said that she held the movie in high affection.

    (via sailorm3rcury)

  8. worldbetweenworlds:


    The whole collection.

    The Hobbit.

    The Lord of the Rings.

    By me.

    So. Clever!

    (Source: 120414)


  9. swingsetindecember:

    i adore reading stiles/derek fics. and i love making lists. so hopefully you find this helpful.


  10. titraitor:

    How to read a George Orwell book:

    1. Open book

    2. Read book

    3. Close book

    4. Stare off in to spare for at least 4 consecutive hours questioning politics, media, authority figures and humanity as a whole until your entire perspective of social structure comes crumbling down around you and you wander about reality suddenly aware of your insignificance, ignorance and cattle-like demeanour 

    (Source: maplefoxx, via martyrdom-or-suicide)

  11. of-castles-and-converses:

    Damn straight.

    (Source: rinielle, via devinleighbee)

  12. stonehearting:

    He was gentle in bearing, and a lover of lore and of music, and therefore by many in those days his courage was judged less than his brother’s. But it was not so, except that he did not seek glory in danger without a purpose. 

    (Source: leias, via sevenpoints)


  13. storytellerscorner:

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about writing. Which is somewhat inconvenient, seeing as what I should be doing is actually writing instead of just thinking about it, but it is what it is.

    The fact of the matter is: I don’t want to be a part of the literary elite….

    (via thewinterotter)

  14. alexinatree:

    Getting there…

    (via queerpioneer)

  15. So which story do you prefer?

    (Source: kovuhs, via herrholmes)