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09 October 2014
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banana-cupcake-harry:

Books & Cupcakes Awesome August Photo Challenge
Day 3.: Your Bookshelf

banana-cupcake-harry:

Books & Cupcakes Awesome August Photo Challenge

Day 3.: Your Bookshelf

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09 October 2014
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Mini Book Haul in Atlanta!

The Eye of Minds by James Dashner AND Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein

09 October 2014
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beckisbookshelf:

by: Cynthia E. Wood

beckisbookshelf:

by: Cynthia E. Wood

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08 October 2014
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57thstreetbooks:

Ernest Hemingway said it was awfully easy to be hardboiled during the day, but I think Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe would beg to differ. Those cats and their brethren found trouble no matter where the sun was in the sky, and their sixth senses for sin are why we still love them and think they’re cool over a half century later. Noir literature was, of course, also the basis for some of the most beautifully shot and persistantly hip films known to man, and, thanks to some presses with excellent taste, books full of those iconic images are now stocked on our shelves. Because of its morally and stylistically complex exploration of the darkest sides of modern life, noir literature and film have also spawned a whole field of criticism. Anyway, in the wake of noir femme fatale Lauren Bacall’s death, and inspired by the sultry Chicago summer, here’s a collection of some of our finest offerings in noir fiction, criticism, and art, from curbsidesplendor, akashicbooks, overlookpress, versobooks and more. Bang, bang.
Complete list/ordering info here.

57thstreetbooks:

Ernest Hemingway said it was awfully easy to be hardboiled during the day, but I think Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe would beg to differ. Those cats and their brethren found trouble no matter where the sun was in the sky, and their sixth senses for sin are why we still love them and think they’re cool over a half century later. Noir literature was, of course, also the basis for some of the most beautifully shot and persistantly hip films known to man, and, thanks to some presses with excellent taste, books full of those iconic images are now stocked on our shelves. Because of its morally and stylistically complex exploration of the darkest sides of modern life, noir literature and film have also spawned a whole field of criticism. Anyway, in the wake of noir femme fatale Lauren Bacall’s death, and inspired by the sultry Chicago summer, here’s a collection of some of our finest offerings in noir fiction, criticism, and art, from curbsidesplendor, akashicbooks, overlookpress, versobooks and more. Bang, bang.

Complete list/ordering info here.

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07 October 2014
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the-book-ferret:

Curl up with a good book and a sweet cuddle-buddy. <3

the-book-ferret:

Curl up with a good book and a sweet cuddle-buddy. <3

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06 October 2014
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breathe-in-books:

they look so pretty together, i can’t wait for this to release

breathe-in-books:

they look so pretty together, i can’t wait for this to release

06 October 2014
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readthebloodybook:

“The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not.” ― Erin Morgenstern, The Night Circus

readthebloodybook:

“The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not.” 
― Erin MorgensternThe Night Circus

06 October 2014
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projectdiptych:

Project Diptych 54 – Books (21-27 April ‘14)

projectdiptych:

Project Diptych 54 – Books (21-27 April ‘14)

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05 October 2014
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asplendidbookaffair:

Beautiful Book Covers:

Three Novels of New York by Edith Wharton.

05 October 2014
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by estheraroma:
Ahora ya no hay nada que me flipe.

by estheraroma:

Ahora ya no hay nada que me flipe.

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04 October 2014
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04 October 2014
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untitled by SamAlive on Flickr.

untitled by SamAlive on Flickr.

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04 October 2014
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teachingliteracy:

(by bricolagelife)

teachingliteracy:

(by bricolagelife)

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04 October 2014
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excusemeimintroverting:

The passive acceptance of death communicated in Kurt Vonnegut’s book Slaughterhouse Five is pretty haunting.

excusemeimintroverting:

The passive acceptance of death communicated in Kurt Vonnegut’s book Slaughterhouse Five is pretty haunting.