Fangirl, the sky is everywhere, and the hunger games series. Books I read because I wanted to impress/ get closer to you lol

*glOMP* thanks sweetie potpie :D

Anonymous:
do you have a dream cast for the to all the boys ive loved before movie? :)

bookmad:

i’m not good at fancasting since i don’t usually fancast actors in my head when i’m reading a book. i usually fancast people i know irl/on tumblr, or i make someone up from scratch. in the rare case that i DO fancast actors, i get so attached to the idea that anyone else is impossible to imagine, e.g. evan peters as sebastian morgenstern.

i would like to add that i imagined hipstersbook as lara jean while reading TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE.

Anonymous:
do you have a dream cast for the to all the boys ive loved before movie? :)

i’m not good at fancasting since i don’t usually fancast actors in my head when i’m reading a book. i usually fancast people i know irl/on tumblr, or i make someone up from scratch. in the rare case that i DO fancast actors, i get so attached to the idea that anyone else is impossible to imagine, e.g. evan peters as sebastian morgenstern.

YES I HAVE ONE FOR YOU: THE SKY IS EVERYWHERE

WOOOO

even i’m reminded of myself when i see that book

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dopematters:

Nailed it!

notforthetoweringdead:

"If more girls wanted to be scientists, there would be more female scientists"

*takes a deep breath* WE LIVE IN A SOCIETY THAT ACTIVELY DISCOURAGES FEMALE INTELLIGENCE BY PAINTING IT AS A NON FEMININE TRAIT AND SETS UP MALES TO BE IN POSITIONS OF ACADEMIC SUPERIORITY DESPITE THERE BEING NO CORRELATION BETWEEN GENDER AND ACADEMIC ABILITY thank you for your time

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"She had rooms in her mind that she would not look into."
Wallace Stegner, Angle of Repose (via misswallflower)

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tipsymaple:

I may not be a perfect person but at least I have never yelled at an employee in a store

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justalittlebookcrazy:

Books-cupcakes October Photo Challenge
Day 18: Paranormal Romance

justalittlebookcrazy:

Books-cupcakes October Photo Challenge

Day 18: Paranormal Romance

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"But for me, the lesson here is explicit: there are publishers and authors who are more than willing to exploit the value of readers to promote their books and then equally willing to participate in the ruination of that valuable resource, should it not seem valuable at the moment to them. Many of us are used to the systematic devaluation of female voices in, well, virtually every community you can name. But this feels like a sucker punch to the gut, and now that I’m getting my wind back, all I can say is congratulations to any of you who helped, supported, or cheered while Kathleen Hale — or anyone like her — lashed out at a reader-reviewer. Not only have you helped diminish the serious implications of real bullying (because wishes are not ponies and negative reviews are NOT bullying), but you are fundamentally damaging the community you simultaneously rely on for its honest, spontaneous enthusiasm about books. You are, in fact, poisoning the very well from which you’ve been drinking."

Poisoning the Well | Dear Author

Goodreads is for readers  and if they can’t review a book honestly for fear of persecution or actual attack, then the system will fail.

Ms Hale has done massive damage to the whole community and she should not be proud of herself. They have driven this blogger to quit.

NB: her publisher says that she asked for the blogger’s address ‘to send her a gift’. 

Shame on Ms Hale and shame on the Guardian for publishing the article.

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Anonymous:
You will do fine on your grammar midterm. You're Bookmad- you are the superhero to all book blogs! You can do anything!

;D thanks nonnie pie