— F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned (via nathogaze)
— Carmen Rodrigues, 34 Pieces of You (via lulu-a)
— The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald (via fuckyeah-thegreatgatsby)
— George R. R. Martin, A Storm of Swords (via dehanginggarden)
— Will Herondale (via nevertrustabook)
— John Steinbeck, Cannery Row
|English teacher:||never kill off your main character it shows poor writing skills|
|Steven Moffatt:||excuse you|
|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle:||excuse you|
|Emily Brontë:||excuse you|
|Joss Whedon:||excuse you|
|Richard Castle:||excuse you|
|JK Rowling:||excuse you|
|George R. R. Martin:||excuse you|
|John Green:||excuse you|
— Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist (via flentes)
Eric got me a Kindle Fire. He said he was worried that I wouldn’t like it because I love actual books so much, but I explained to him that there’s nothing stopping me from having both. I absolutely love this thing. I’m actually writing this post on my Kindle right now because it has apps and INTERNET. It’s amazing. Also, I love that I can buy books on here for dirt cheap prices. If the book sucked, then I can just delete it and pretend it never happened. But if it’s a book I ended up loving, then I can actually go out and buy a hard copy for my bookshelf. It saves a lot of time and space around the apartment.
It’ll also be nice for the next time we go on vacation. I can just pack this one Kindle instead of having to pack 5 books and a laptop.
I have the best boyfriend in the world.
— The Amber Spyglass, by Philip Pullman (via spookyghostxvx)