Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bad Feminist (out in paperback and eBook 8/5) brings us one book closer! Pre-order here.

(Source: stardusted)

youngadultatbooktopia:

Reading across fandoms

books0977:

French actress Fanny Ardant reading in bookshop. Photographed for French Vogue in 1979.
Ardant was raised in Monte Carlo where she was educated at a convent school. A voracious reader, she discovered Proust at age 15 and felt as though his writings were for her.

books0977:

French actress Fanny Ardant reading in bookshop. Photographed for French Vogue in 1979.

Ardant was raised in Monte Carlo where she was educated at a convent school. A voracious reader, she discovered Proust at age 15 and felt as though his writings were for her.

foreverwithsmg:

basically…..

#9 though. 

foreverwithsmg:

basically…..

#9 though. 

slaughterhouse90210:

“What hurts so bad about youth isn’t the actual butt whippings the world delivers. It’s the stupid hopes playacting like certainties.”― Mary Karr, Lit: A Memoir

slaughterhouse90210:

“What hurts so bad about youth isn’t the actual butt whippings the world delivers. It’s the stupid hopes playacting like certainties.”
― Mary Karr, Lit: A Memoir

We mocked up our #OliveEditions. The #coverdesigns are some of my favorites! Coming to bookstores near you in September.  (at HarperCollins Publishers)

We mocked up our #OliveEditions. The #coverdesigns are some of my favorites! Coming to bookstores near you in September. (at HarperCollins Publishers)

Monday, July 21, 2014
Oh, Al, shut up! Stop criticizing me! First I’m criticized for being a prude and sounding like a social worker or something, then I’m criticized for looking like a cheap broad. How am I supposed to live? Under the water or something, coming up only to say ‘I beg your pardon if I disturb you by coming up for air. I’ll do my best to remain submerged. Pamela Moore, Chocolates for Breakfast (1.99 in eBook for today only! Check it out here)
explore-blog:

For Hemingway’s birthday, his timeless advice to aspiring writers

explore-blog:

For Hemingway’s birthday, his timeless advice to aspiring writers