This is kinda perfect
This is kinda perfect
An appropriate reminder during the summer blockbuster season.
reblogged ek-tahyp who wrote:
Go out and buy this. Stunning book.
I just started reading this book.
A friend recently sent me this book as a gift. I am enjoying reading it.
reblogged magpieandwhale who wrote:
Guys. Guys. Why did no one tell me that the author of the amazing The Sparrow and Children of God had written a book about freaking Doc Holliday?
By which I mean say hello to my new transit reading.
This is the book I am in the middle of reading.
I have not read The Sparrow or Children of God.
reblogged bookhoarding who wrote:
First library book I picked up when I got back. I guess it’s good timing to read a devastating #book after the best month of your life. #tfios #johngreen #ilovelibraries #summerreading (Taken with instagram)
This is the last book I’ve read.
Source: Publishers Weekly
Finn and Jake’s Next Adventure: Books with Penguin
May 22, 2012
Cartoon Network has licensed Penguin Young Readers Group for books tied to its series Adventure Time, starring Finn the Human and Jake the Dog. The show is in its fourth season and is the #1 television program on Mondays for children 6-11.
Cartoon Network is in final negotiations with a publisher for novelty books appealing to the young adult market, including a real version of The Enchiridion, a book that appears within the show, as well as calendars. Other consumer products encompass toys from Jazwares and interactive games from D3 Publisher, as well as apparel and accessories.
I am definitely beyond the age 6 - 11 demographic but still interested, haha!
Let this website randomly suggest the next book you should read.
SOURCE: Dinah Fried
Sometimes doing art for a living is like being punched in the face over and over again while you’re trying your best to walk a straight line. Sometimes it’s like waking up after a long night of nightmares and realizing the dreams weren’t real and that the day you have ahead is nothing but sweet life and freedom. The trick is to remember the latter exists when the former is riding you into the dirt. The trick is to remember the upside when you’re down.
How a Book is Born.
reblogged tart-pastry who wrote:
Forget the literary greats.
Today’s novelists do things a little differently. They draw inspiration from a myriad sources, but none that are intellectual.
Source: Grant Snider
This is an awesome line, written sans thesaurus!