rosellewrites:

I have now developed a huge liking for summaries in graphics! This is incredibly cute.

credits to where credit is due!

simplyisabel:


"Ready or not, here I come. Here I come, ready or not.” -Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell 

Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Fangirl’ is a novel that hit home from beginning to end. From the first chapter ‘till the last I was surprised on how much I could relate to Cath, the main character; how she faced her problems and how she reacted to them. And perhaps, it is that aspect of her character that makes everyone love this novel. Because, after all, who doesn’t feel confused and lost whenever they face a new chapter in their life? 

simplyisabel:

"Ready or not, here I come. Here I come, ready or not.” 
-Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell 

Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Fangirl’ is a novel that hit home from beginning to end. From the first chapter ‘till the last I was surprised on how much I could relate to Cath, the main character; how she faced her problems and how she reacted to them. And perhaps, it is that aspect of her character that makes everyone love this novel. Because, after all, who doesn’t feel confused and lost whenever they face a new chapter in their life? 

stydiamadness:

I know that I am way behind in the challenge, but I really really want to do this month’s challenge because I never finish anything and I’d like to start now,so please, bear with me :)
Septemberbook photo challenge: Day 7- Character most like me.“I’m the kind of girl who fantasizes about being trapped in a library overnight.”
“You’ve read the books?”“I’ve seen the movies.”Cath rolled her eyes so hard, it hurt. (Actually.) (Maybe because she was still on the edge of tears. On the edge, period.) “So you haven’t read the books.”“I’m not really a book person.”“That might be the most idiotic thing you’ve ever said to me” 
 “I don’t just kiss people. Kisses aren’t… just with me.”

stydiamadness:

I know that I am way behind in the challenge, but I really really want to do this month’s challenge because I never finish anything and I’d like to start now,so please, bear with me :)

Septemberbook photo challenge:
Day 7- Character most like me.
“I’m the kind of girl who fantasizes about being trapped in a library overnight.”

“You’ve read the books?”
“I’ve seen the movies.”
Cath rolled her eyes so hard, it hurt. (Actually.) (Maybe because she was still on the edge of tears. On the edge, period.) “So you haven’t read the books.”
“I’m not really a book person.”
“That might be the most idiotic thing you’ve ever said to me”

“I don’t just kiss people. Kisses aren’t… just with me.”

willupleasebe-quiet:

Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

willupleasebe-quiet:

Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

  • Jennifer: What does that mean, he always hangs up first?
  • Beth: Like when we first started talking on the phone, he would always be the one who got off first. When we kissed, he always pulled away first. He always kept me just on the edge of crazy. Feeling like I wanted him too much, which just made me want him more.
  • Jennifer: That sounds excruciating.
  • Beth: Excruciating and wonderful. It feels good to want something that bad. I thought about him the way you think of dinner when you haven't eaten in a day and a half.

create365at39:

I have big plans for this little yellow phone.

justalittlebookcrazy:

Books-cupcakes September Photo Challenge
Day 15: Hero/Heroine
Katniss and Penryn

justalittlebookcrazy:

Books-cupcakes September Photo Challenge

Day 15: Hero/Heroine

Katniss and Penryn

  • Thomas: I took an oath June. I am still bound by that oath. I will die with honor for sacrificing everything I have-everything-for my country. And yet, Day is a legend, while I am to be executed. It makes no sense.
  • June: You're wrong. It makes perfect sense.
  • Thomas: Why?
  • June: Because Day chose to walk in the light. And so did Metias.
starrybookishnights:

September Book Photo Challenge. Day 15: Hero/Heroine.
I couldn’t pick just one hero or heroine, so I choose both! Day and June are so fun to read.

starrybookishnights:

September Book Photo Challenge. Day 15: Hero/Heroine.
I couldn’t pick just one hero or heroine, so I choose both! Day and June are so fun to read.

“So?” I say. “What comes next?”

“I don’t know,” he says.

“What do you mean, you don’t know?” I say.

Rustling, as he shifts on his cot. “That’s as far as I got,” he says. “I never read the rest.”