seasighing:

Life tip: bring a book with you everywhere you go

nylonmag:

If only there were a new way to learn a new language by drawing… now there is!

I’ve got these two adorable language books. I’m considering doing a ‘Wreck This Journal’ style video with them (with less wrecking and more drawing, obviously).

nylonmag:

If only there were a new way to learn a new language by drawing… now there is!

I’ve got these two adorable language books. I’m considering doing a ‘Wreck This Journal’ style video with them (with less wrecking and more drawing, obviously).

Literary Playlists.

Here are some of my favourite bookish songs/playlists + suggestions from the comments.

Wuthering Heights
The Ghost of Genova Heights by Stars
Playlist - Volume I. 
Devil’s Resting Place by Laura Marling

The Virgin Suicides
Hanging Out With the Lisbon Sisters Playlist.
Electra Heart by Marina and the Diamonds 
8 Tracks Playlist 

Steinbeck
Timshel by Mumford and Sons (East of Eden)
Dust Bowl Dance by Mumford and Sons (Grapes of Wrath)

Eleanor & Park
Rainbow Rowell Playlists

Shakespeare
Poet by Bastille (Sonnet 18)
Sigh No More by Mumford and Sons (Much Ado About Nothing)

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
The Weight of Living Part 1 by Bastille

Divergent
Veronica Roth’s Playlist

prlor:

the fault in our stars (listen.)

“As he read, I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once.”

a playlist of life and love songs, dedicated to the storyline of The Fault In Our Stars by John Green.

covers insp. (x)

a late birthday present for syeramith.

My ‘oops’ purchase of the month (inspired by JeansThoughts’s bookshelf tour).

explore-blog:

For Charlotte Brontë's birthday, Jane, the Fox & Me – a lovely graphic novel about the travails of youth, inspired by Jane Eyre

explore-blog:

For Charlotte Brontë's birthday, Jane, the Fox & Me – a lovely graphic novel about the travails of youth, inspired by Jane Eyre

ewasre:

booksandquills:

My March Book Haul. Lots and lots of beautiful books that I can’t touch until the end of the month because I’ve pledged to only read ebooks. HELP ME.

So the first book that Sanne talks about in this video is Andrea Cremer’s Inventor’s Secret, which she received from Penguin USA.

I interned at Penguin USA and during March I did a large mailing of Inventor’s Secret

While I can’t be sure, I’m pretty positive I sent her this book which is like the coolest thing ever. Sanne is my favorite booktuber and it’s just really awesome to see that the packages I spent hours on were opened and the books will be read :) Such a cool moment!

Haha, that’s fantastic! I have done my fair share of mail-outs so I know what a pain it can be. Thanks!

From Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.

From Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.

(Source: booksandquills.blogspot.co.uk)

aseaofquotes:

Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

aseaofquotes:

Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Ruth Wilson being adorable screen-testing for Jane Eyre