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October 2014
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I’m gonna be completely real with you guys right now; I love romance. Like I don’t care how cheesy it is, if it’s got good writing and a healthy relationship I will probably love it. No shame. 

October 2014
20

buttermybooks asked

hi you are perfect bye

omg thank

so are you

ok ily bye 

October 2014
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mr-sunny-doo:

book | via Tumblr на We Heart It.

mr-sunny-doo:

book | via Tumblr на We Heart It.

October 2014
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tilly-and-her-books:

So I love the cover of Outlander and the rest of the books…but why is Drums of Autumn a different size?!

tilly-and-her-books:

So I love the cover of Outlander and the rest of the books…but why is Drums of Autumn a different size?!

October 2014
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freshface-blankpage:

Books don’t necessarily cure sadness but they are dependable and consoling. They don’t zap away the problems in your life but they take you into another world where your problems become so much lighter. I really think I’d go mad without books.

October 2014
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buttermybooks:

October Photo Challenge // Day 8 // Vampires, Oh My!

buttermybooks:

October Photo Challenge // Day 8 // Vampires, Oh My!

October 2014
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just-one—more-page:

So I saw a post by the lovely Dakota / magic-in-every-book of her mom’s book recommendations, and it inspired me to ask my own mom for something similar. :D

P.S. Her own words as she was trying to decide: “This is HARRDD”

Mystery

  1. The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths
  2. Just Desserts by G.A. McKevett
  3. Books Can Be Deceiving by Jenn McKinlay
  4. On What Grounds by Cleo Coyle
  5. Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs

Thriller

  1. The Templar Legacy by Steve Berry
  2. The Camel Club by David Baldacci
  3. The 13th Hour by Richard Doetsch
  4. Vanished by Joseph Finder
  5. The Cove by Catherine Coulter

Historical Fiction

  1. Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim
  2. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
  3. Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall
  4. The Secret History of the Pink Carnation by Lauren Willig
  5. These Is My Words by Nancy E. Turner

Chick Lit

  1. Alphabet Weekends by Elizabeth Noble
  2. Hissy Fit by Mary Kay Andrews
  3. The Hot Flash Club by Nancy Thayer
  4. Home Front by Kristin Hannah
  5. Big Stone Gap by Adriana Trigiani
October 2014
19

crystalsandsparklesandghosts asked

Oh my gosh, I read what people were saying in response to your post about getting cat called, and too many responses made my stomach turn, what is wrong with people?? You have every right to complain about what happened, it's disgusting. #madatworld

yeah I’m with ya, I always find it amazing how every single time I make a feminism post a ton of people who disagree find it, even though it’s not tagged with feminism or anything. it’s like these people have no life and go searching to attack people. I’m used to it at this point and I honestly don’t care what people say about me because I will defend myself and feminism. Never the less it still disgusts me to no end and I get mad at the world too.

October 2014
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ohsomanybooks:

birthday books

ohsomanybooks:

birthday books

October 2014
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astormofspirits:

Book Photo Challenge: June
Day 12: Genre
Recently I’ve developed this crazy need to read fantasy. My mind refuses to accept that other genres exist at the moment so this is the only way to deal with the obsession.

astormofspirits:

Book Photo Challenge: June

Day 12: Genre

Recently I’ve developed this crazy need to read fantasy. My mind refuses to accept that other genres exist at the moment so this is the only way to deal with the obsession.