booksfromthefuturepsb:

1st book from one of the brightest minds on the Internet. XKCD’s What If out on 9/2.

CAN’T WAIT. Pre-order here. 

booksfromthefuturepsb:

1st book from one of the brightest minds on the Internet. XKCD’s What If out on 9/2.

CAN’T WAIT. Pre-order here

austinkleon:

Photographs of writers at work.

Note how many standing desks! See also a great book on the subject, The Writer’s Desk.

Filed under: work spaces

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Ebooks or printed books?

youngadultatbooktopia:

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by meganleestudio:

I love them dearly.

Prints at meganlee.etsy.com

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firstbook:

You said it, Matilda.

firstbook:

You said it, Matilda.

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chroniclebooks:

5 Unforgettable Love Letters to Libraries

Tags: libraries

helloyoucreatives:

You are never alone with a good book.

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This week we’re releasing two titles from Norway’s Queen of Crime, so if you love Stieg Larsson and Jo Nesbø, read on to meet Karin Fossum.

I CAN SEE IN THE DARK by Karin Fossum. What if you were arrested for a crime you didn’t commit—but had to prove your innocence without revealing anything about the crime that you did? A thrilling new stand-alone novel from Norway’s Queen of Crime, “a truly great writer.” (Jo Nesbø) 

EVA’S EYE by Karin Fossum. Eva Magnus is a struggling artist and the divorced mother of a seven-year-old child. One afternoon she and her daughter are walking by the river when a man’s body floats to the water’s surface. Eva goes to call the police, but when she reaches the phone, she dials another number altogether.

Happy reading!