(by Rosie Anne)

speciesbarocus:

Vita Sackville-West's Private room in the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle. Kent National Trust.

> Above by Richard Walker (2013).

> Below by timechaser (2012).

 artemisdreaming:

The mind was dreaming. The world was its dream.
~Jorge Luis Borges
  Image via: lanochedemaine.files.com

artemisdreaming:

The mind was dreaming. The world was its dream.

~Jorge Luis Borges

  Image via: lanochedemaine.files.com

 
 
 wasbella102:

The Book Store by Diva Diva

wasbella102:

The Book Store by Diva Diva

 teachingliteracy:

openbookspublishers:
"Read, read, read."—William Faulkner Photograph by Peter Alfred Hess via Flickr at https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterhess/

teachingliteracy:

openbookspublishers:

"Read, read, read."—William Faulkner

Photograph by Peter Alfred Hess via Flickr at https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterhess/

 yourhappythought21:

тнє ∂яєαмєя’ѕ тнσυgнтѕ ▲
 aseaofquotes:

Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

aseaofquotes:

Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

 
You see, books contain the thoughts and dreams of men, their hopes and strivings and all their immortal parts. It’s in books that most of us learn how splendidly worth-while life is.
— Christopher Morley from The Haunted Bookshop (via lotusohm)

hey! got a question for you, and for many others as well! i am asking so i can take many opinions, hope u don't mind :) I am writing a YA (or NA) book and the hero is immortal but looks 21 and has a releationship with a girl right now. Would it be right if i write in the story that he has a son? I know that many ppl don't like releation in this kind of books, but this really fits the story... thank you for your time! :3 (from forthestrangeandthebeautiful)

Well, it depends on what you are trying to write and add to your story with the existence of a son for a 21 year old looking protagonist. You should choose the plot in such a way that the fact that a 21 year old looking protagonist has a son should not sound ridiculous?

 a safe place to go. (by Beatrice Armano)

a safe place to go. (by Beatrice Armano)

We do not escape into philosophy, psychology, and art—we go there to restore our shattered selves into whole ones.
—  Anaïs Nin, In Favor of the Sensitive Man and Other Essays (via citrusina)
 bibliolectors:

Summer+Reading = Play / Verano+Lectura= Juego (ilustración de Marie-Louise Gay)

bibliolectors:

Summer+Reading = Play / Verano+Lectura= Juego (ilustración de Marie-Louise Gay)