@bessrogers is awesome. Everyone should help her out. bessblog: hey. Some of you might know that I’m working on a new record right now. WELL I have just launched a Kickstarter to try and raise *gulp* 10,000 to get it mixed, mastered, pressed, promoted, etc. Check out this made this really factual and accurate video to explain the process of record making and how much money it all costs....
"You don’t get to call me a whore. When I met you,...
I loved the early years.
The Family We Make: Chosen Families of Whedon and... →
Awesome examination of two favorites…
Bookoisseur - Ask me anything →
message me a color and..
maced: red: i’ll tell you a fact about myself. orange: I’ll tell you 5 of my favorite things. yellow: I’ll tell you a secret of mine. green: I’ll tell you a fact about my appearance. blue: I’ll tell you a fact about my personality. purple: I’ll tell you 3 things i’m good at. pink: I’ll tell you about my love life. black: I’ll tell you something about my family. white: I’ll tell you...
Book collecting is an obsession, an occupation, a disease, an addiction, a...– PREACH. -Jeanette Winterson (via tatteredcover) Truth (via whiskeyrobb)
Christopher Lazo: 10 things the e.book can do that... →
chrislazo: If you know me, you know that I have an insatiable appetite for reading books. Some of you have also heard that I have recently converted to doing all my future reading electronically. This has come as a surprise to many of you, and believe me…me too. In case I didn’t mention, I LOVE books….
I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.– Jorge Luis Borges, Argentinian poet and essayist (1899-1986)
Finishing a good book is like leaving a good friend.– William Feather (via prettymonst3r)
Reason #386 why I hate e-readers
Yet another reason I had not figured out yet but totally true. I like to sit and silently judge. abangnotawhimper: I can’t silently judge you for what you’re reading. This has led me to believe that everyone with an e-reader in public is reading a trashy romance. Nice try. I’m onto you.
Proud to be a 90's kid
ithinkyoullknow: hurrysheiswaiting: When our life was these things the 90’s really was the best era to be a kid… We weren’t expected to act like mini grown ups We were allowed to play in the dirt We could run around the streets with our friends Roller skates were the best thing ever invented You were cool if you didn’t have training wheels We actually listened music for our age And...
An elegant suicide is the ultimate work of art.:... →
pyrostark: And remember when they brought a bunch of useless shit, and you’d get that form of what you wanted and you’d end up checking everything on the page, although you didn’t really want any of it? And remember when you’d take the form to your parents and say “Okay, I need A BAJILLION dollars for…
Experiment is the mother of knowledge.– Madeleine L’Engle, A Wrinkle in Time (via wordsfrombooks)
I’m cleaning out my bookshelves again. I just can’t fathom the idea of having so much to move if I get to move again in the near future. It feels oddly liberating to pack up multiple Rubbermaid totes full of books to donate or sell…now I just need to find a store to sell them to…I don’t know why locating one is so difficult.