Favorite Series
This space is reserved for my most beloved series! Banners are from imlovingbooks.
A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. MartinBloodlines by Richelle MeadDaughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini TaylorFire and Thorns by Rae CarsonThe Grisha by Leigh BardugoHarry Potter by J.K. RowlingThe Infernal Devices by Cassandra ClareLunar Chronicles by Marissa MeyerLuxe by Anna GodbersenMillennium by Stieg LarssonThe Mortal Instruments by Cassandra ClarePercy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick RiordanVampire Academy by Richelle Mead

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I have literally applied to barnes and nobles, i keep hoping maybe they’ll see how much i want to work there and eventually hire me 

Me too…but actually….

Speaking of… (7)

What books qualify as “challenging”? Saturday brought my first experience with the Texas Teen Book Festival, and with it came the myriad of overheard conversations when people stand all too close to you in line.


i’ve got a date with emma. should things go well and she wants me to hold her,
                                   i want to use        b o t h      h a n d s.

(via hermionegranger)


go home

this wins Halloween

(via books-and-butterflies)

Speaking of… (6)

WTF is “genre fiction”? I’m not entirely sure where this particular topic idea came from, other than the question that came to me in some random shower musings: when people say “I don’t really enjoy genre fiction” in response to being asked whether or not they like reading science-fiction or fantasy books, how does that not exclude all fiction?


I finished my impromptu bookshelf reorganisation!

(via books-and-cookies)




You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people. 


The elderly are either adorable or the wrinkly reincarnation of Satan there is no in between

I think with the teenagers it all depends on what area of town you live/work in….. It’s definitely rude teens/sweet elderlies where I work.

(via thethousandlives)