(by Rach (◡‿◡✿))
Reading is that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of solitude
— Marcel Proust (via rulesofearth)
 books0977:

Reading by Candlelight. Gerald Leake (American, 1885–1975). Illustration for “Aurora the Magnificent,” from The Century Magazine.
“To-night her mind was too full of personal things to permit of strict attention to the text.”

books0977:

Reading by Candlelight. Gerald Leake (American, 1885–1975). Illustration for “Aurora the Magnificent,” from The Century Magazine.

“To-night her mind was too full of personal things to permit of strict attention to the text.”

She was waiting, but she didn’t know for what. She was aware only of her solitude, and of the penetrating cold, and of a greater weight in the region of her heart.
— Albert Camus, ‘The Adulterous Woman’ from Exile And The Kingdom (via seabois)
 simply-divine-creation:

Coffee Diaries Coconut Oil Coffee » Sincerely, Kinsey

simply-divine-creation:

Coffee Diaries Coconut Oil Coffee » Sincerely, Kinsey

 newyorknative:

i only read this on the train (by millionen)

newyorknative:

i only read this on the train (by millionen)

 aseaofquotes:

Louise Erdrich, The Round House

aseaofquotes:

Louise Erdrich, The Round House

 whatkatythoughtnext:

Currently reading Mister Pip by Lloyd Jones.

whatkatythoughtnext:

Currently reading Mister Pip by Lloyd Jones.

 thek-anal:

Studying up at the libary D: so much to catch up on

thek-anal:

Studying up at the libary D: so much to catch up on

oktobergoud:

I really like floral prints & thrifted books (and cameras) :3

 supruntu:

Kirstin Mckee

supruntu:

Kirstin Mckee

 aseaofquotes:

Truman Capote, “Master Misery”

aseaofquotes:

Truman Capote, “Master Misery”

 (by Dear Pao,)
 
pronunciation |  \zEn-‘zUkt\

pronunciation | \zEn-‘zUkt\

 sheralynt:

Bookstore Window by Jessica Daly on Flickr.