Beaufort Books

tattoolit:

Quote from On The Road by Jack Kerouac

tattoolit:

Quote from On The Road by Jack Kerouac

theclassicreader:

A wild bookshelf appears.

(via literaryescapist)

bibliolectors:

Reading sneaking into the library / Leyendo a escondidas en la biblioteca (autor desconocido)

bibliolectors:

Reading sneaking into the library / Leyendo a escondidas en la biblioteca (autor desconocido)

(via tea-books-lover)

“But in the book they-”

—   Everyone who actually read the book before seeing the movie (via little-miss-kayte)

(Source: carry-on-my-wayward-demons, via teacoffeebooks)


Brown Girl Dreaming | Jacqueline Woodson
russvossphoto:

"What are you reading?"

russvossphoto:

"What are you reading?"

(via surroundedbybooks)

coverspy:

The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath (author roxanegay, harperperennial 50th anniv party, housingworksbookstore)

coverspy:

The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath (author roxanegay, harperperennial 50th anniv party, housingworksbookstore)

hipstersbook:

"Sunday morning rain is falling"

hipstersbook:

"Sunday morning rain is falling"

(via literaryescapist)

vintageanchorbooks:

Celebrate Banned Books Week by reading a banned book.

vintageanchorbooks:

Celebrate Banned Books Week by reading a banned book.

(via thefeministpress)

sofiaisthere:

THEY ARE FINALLY TOGETHER! :D

sofiaisthere:

THEY ARE FINALLY TOGETHER! :D

(via rainydayscoffeeandbooks)

“I do believe that books can change lives, and give people this kind of language that they wouldn’t have had otherwise.”

—   Jacqueline Woodson talks to NPR about her free-verse memoir, Brown Girl Dreaming (via penguinteen)

“Of the many privileges afforded a writer, perhaps the one I cherish most is the right to be nosy.”

mending4:

old stories by some flowers which never wither on Flickr.
old stories