sheehanmebaby:

Tessa Gray entering the London Institute Library from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. 
Made with Watercolors.Here’s the rest of my 24 illustrations of Clockwork Angel.

sheehanmebaby:

Tessa Gray entering the London Institute Library from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. 

Made with Watercolors.
Here’s the rest of my 24 illustrations of Clockwork Angel.

wbnamerica:

Use #wbn2014 to share all your wonderful stories!

wbnamerica:

Use #wbn2014 to share all your wonderful stories!

rainydayscoffeeandbooks:

April Book Photo Challenge 
Day 10: Book Stack
White book spines :)

rainydayscoffeeandbooks:

April Book Photo Challenge

Day 10: Book Stack

White book spines :)

"Standing there, staring at the long shelves crammed with books, I felt myself relax and was suddenly at peace."
Helene Hanff, Q’s Legacy
pmpevato:

stairway to book heaven …

pmpevato:

stairway to book heaven …

"The world exists to end up in a book."
Stéphane Mallarmé
"Lolita is famous, not I. I am an obscure, doubly obscure, novelist with an unpronounceable name."
Vladimir Nabokov
"The library in summer is the most wonderful thing because there you get books on any subject and read them each for only as long as they hold your interest, abandoning any that don’t, halfway or a quarter of the way through if you like, and store up all that knowledge in the happy corners of your mind for your own self and not to show off how much you know or spit it back at your teacher on a test paper."
Polly HorvathMy One Hundred Adventures
Via
Canon EOS REBEL T3i
thefictionologist:

April Book Photo Challenge: Day 10 - Book Stack
It’s a Penguin Classics thing.

thefictionologist:

April Book Photo Challenge: Day 10 - Book Stack

It’s a Penguin Classics thing.

"I’m not really sure what makes a book a ‘classic’ to begin with, but I think it has to be at least fifty years old and some person or animal has to die at the end."
Jeff Kinney
"I’d like to emphasize that when a reader finishes a great novel, he will immediately begin looking for another. If someone loves your book, it increases the chance that he or she will look at mine. So there is no competition between writers. Another writer’s success helps build a larger readership for all of us."
David Farland