Ex Libris

To Lovers of Books: If you like magic and want to learn more about excellent stories, read on. Included are some of my opinions on favorites and recent books I've read, along with some of my poetic whims. Submit a post if you would like my opinion on a book, to recommend one, or if you need advice concerning your lack of interest in the real world after finishing a particularly incredible work of literature.

(Source: iloveyoursoul, via iloveyoursoul)

running-as-a-high-schooler:

My mother’s old copies of the Harper Lee classic; found in her English classroom.

running-as-a-high-schooler:

My mother’s old copies of the Harper Lee classic; found in her English classroom.

“Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.”

—   Homer, The Iliad (via destitution-and-abundance)

(via dirtypriests)

“You speak of destiny as if it was fixed.”

—   Philip Pullman, The Northern Lights (via quotactions)

From a book that changed my life

thehpalliance:


One of the perks in our EqualityFTW fundraiser is a set of book-specific bookmarks. 
In honor of John Green’s recent matching donation, here’s a peek at a bookmark you can use while re-reading The Fault in Our Stars. 
Get yours at EqualityFTW.org.

thehpalliance:

One of the perks in our EqualityFTW fundraiser is a set of book-specific bookmarks. 

In honor of John Green’s recent matching donation, here’s a peek at a bookmark you can use while re-reading The Fault in Our Stars

Get yours at EqualityFTW.org.

ebookfriendly:

Bookcase alphabet

ebookfriendly:

Bookcase alphabet

(via magicbeanstalk)

“Where is human nature so weak as in the bookstore?”

—   Henry Ward Beecher (via abookblog)
onthebookshelf:

*takes a picture to procrastinate finishing it so it doesn’t have to be over*

onthebookshelf:

*takes a picture to procrastinate finishing it so it doesn’t have to be over*

(via thebooker)

(Source: rainyroad, via abookblog)