optimistsdaughter:

Current read

optimistsdaughter:

Current read


Alphabet from Harry Potter’s bedroom in Godric’s Hollow [ x ]

Alphabet from Harry Potter’s bedroom in Godric’s Hollow [ x ]

boneycircus:

Cover Close-Ups | #4

Can you guess which book cover this is? Click here to find out!

He was contemplation and enthusiasm. Ambition and strong coffee.

—E. Lockhart, We Were Liars (via wordsnquotes)

eugenialoli:

“Is it a Holographic or a Virtual Reality Universe After All?" by Eugenia Loli.
Portfolio | Store | Tumblr | Flickr | Facebook
dig-image:

p25Fire cov (by Eye magazine)

dig-image:

p25Fire cov (by Eye magazine)

powells:

5 Murakami books you should read now (besides Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage).
COVER REVEAL | No True Echo by Gareth P. Jones

Eddie is pretty certain nowhere could be more small-town, more boring, and more inconsequential than his home town of the Wellcome Valley. Unfortunately, he is about to be proved spectacularly wrong. Eddie’s problems start with the arrival of Scarlett, a new girl in town who seems rather too confident and mysterious for your average schoolgirl. She attracts trouble (and Eddie) like a magnet, and she’s apparently only interested in two very strange things - protecting the town’s local crackpot scientist, and telling Eddie absolutely nothing about what on earth is going on. And why is she so interested in Eddie’s long-dead mother? Things quickly go from weird to worse for Eddie, as he finds himself right in the middle of a dangerous mystery - one with consequences not just for him and Scarlett, but time itself. 

This is a departure from our previous covers for Gareth. The setting is present. And then present. And then present. And then present all over again. We wanted to catch that without giving too much away, or the wrong impression. In the end it’s about relationships and that need to be at the forefront. Drawn by the great Sam Hearn. - Jan Bielecki

No True Echo will be available from January 2015.
COVER REVEAL | No True Echo by Gareth P. Jones
Eddie is pretty certain nowhere could be more small-town, more boring, and more inconsequential than his home town of the Wellcome Valley. Unfortunately, he is about to be proved spectacularly wrong. 

Eddie’s problems start with the arrival of Scarlett, a new girl in town who seems rather too confident and mysterious for your average schoolgirl. She attracts trouble (and Eddie) like a magnet, and she’s apparently only interested in two very strange things - protecting the town’s local crackpot scientist, and telling Eddie absolutely nothing about what on earth is going on. And why is she so interested in Eddie’s long-dead mother? Things quickly go from weird to worse for Eddie, as he finds himself right in the middle of a dangerous mystery - one with consequences not just for him and Scarlett, but time itself. 
This is a departure from our previous covers for Gareth. The setting is present. And then present. And then present. And then present all over again. We wanted to catch that without giving too much away, or the wrong impression. In the end it’s about relationships and that need to be at the forefront. Drawn by the great Sam Hearn. - Jan Bielecki
No True Echo will be available from January 2015.
slightlyignorant:

Amazing illustrator Erin McGuire.

slightlyignorant:

Amazing illustrator Erin McGuire.

(Source: emcguire.blogspot.com.es)

reads-alot:

Reading by Moyan_Brenn on Flickr.

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday was themed around The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart. Click here to see our top 10 list of books with practical jokes.

It is better to be alone, she figures, than to be with someone who can’t see who you are. It is better to lead than to follow. It is better to speak up than stay silent. It is better to open doors than to shut them on people.
-
She will not be simple and sweet. She will not be what people tell her to be. That Bunny Rabbit is dead

—E. Lockhart, The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks (via quoted-books)

She wasn’t a person who needed to be liked so much as she was a person who liked to be notorious.

E. LockhartThe Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks (via fleursweasley)

stelmarias:

She will not be simple and sweet. She will not be what people tell her to be. That Bunny Rabbit is dead. - The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks

stelmarias:

She will not be simple and sweet. She will not be what people tell her to be. That Bunny Rabbit is dead. - The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks