People will believe anything if it means they can go on with their lives and not have to think too hard about it.
Libba Bray, The Diviners (via bluestockingbookworm)

(Source: words-going-across-the-universe)

adriftinfiction:

July Book Photo Challenge

Day 11: Summer drink and a book

The Two Towers by J R R Tolkien + lemonade

fondlycapra:

July Book Photo Challenge

10th: Book Order

Agatha Christie novels, ordered by colour

fetchingreads:

Book of Tennyson’s poetry

onthebookshelf:

JULY BOOK PHOTO CHALLENGE | DAY 8 | WELL LOVED
Brisingr by Christopher Paolini: I completely destroyed this book when I read it.

readingperks:

Book #2!
{ #books #reading #booktube #booktuber #booktubeathon #harrypotter }

coffeeandlight:

≫ Slowly.

Colombia by Local Natives.
#VSCOcam (at ➳ Woodland)

readingbunny:

readingbunny’s Follow Friday:

I can’t believe this blog is a little over a week old already! while I haven’t been here as much or interacted with as many of you lovelies as I would have liked (due to summer school finals which are thankfully over), I still had a fantastic first week. for that I have these awesome blogs to thank: 

* gif credit: NicksFluffyShit on DA

Thank you so much, sweetie!

… does it ever happen to you that you feel there’s nothing more - nothing; that everything good has already happened? And it’s not really boring, but sad?
Leo Tolstoy; War and Peace (translated by Pevear & Volkhonsky)

(Source: grantner)