People are hungry for stories. It’s part of our very being. Storytelling is a form of history, of immortality too. It goes from one generation to another.

Studs Terkel (via writersrelief)

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written-beast:

Creating a book blog is probably the best thing I’ve ever done

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insight-jd:

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booklover:

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taylormurch:

September Book Photo Challenge Day 13 - I Can’t Wait for This

So far, I am intrigued by Murakami’s Colorless Tsukuru  (no surprise) and I can’t wait to finish it.

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When writers die they become books, which is, after all, not too bad an incarnation.

Jorge Luis Borges (via observando)

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galaxiesanddust:

Haruki Murakami.

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baluchx:

this accurately describes my life.

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EVERY TIME ONE OF MY PARENTS’ FRIENDS ASKS ME WHAT I PLAN TO DO WITH MY ENGLISH MAJOR

dukeofbookingham:

I’m just like:

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bookishcath:

-Ned Vizzini, It’s Kind of a Funny Story

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Eoin Macken + books' tweets (x)

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the-book-ferret:

Books & Cupcakes June Book Photo Challenge

Day Twelve: Genre

I’ve always loved Fantasy. The maps, particularly drew me in. I loved learning the geography of a new world, the customs of it’s people, how everything worked—it’s always fascinated me. Whether or not there’s magic in the world I’m reading about, the creation of an entirely new world has always been magical to me.

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ohsomanybooks:

September Book Photo Challenge Day 11: can I live here?

i would love to live in many places featured within books i’ve read. i can not pick one. 

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