eva, 16. I have an insatiable desire for books. +

(this is not a spoiler free blog!)




goth-girl-probs:

THIS STRUGGLE

thebooker:

Updated bookshelf pictures!

journeyintotheshelves:

July Book Photo Challenge: Day Twenty
I read YA

If I ever stop, someone please throw books at me.

journeyintotheshelves:

June Book Photo Challenge: Day Thirty
Read This Month

City of Bones, City of Ashes, City of Glass, and City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments Series: 1-4): Cassandra Clare
The Night Circus: Erin Morgenstern
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight: Jennifer E. Smith
This is What Happy Looks Like: Jennifer E. Smith
Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls Series: 1): Maggie Stiefvater
The Fault in Our Stars: John Green

Not pictured: Eleanor & Park: Rainbow Rowell

journeyintotheshelves:

July Book Photo Challenge: Day Thirteen
↳ Bookshelf

My headboard bookshelf is the one reason I can fit all of my books in my room. Right now, most of my YA fiction resides here. (My contemporary YA is in a different bookshelf, sadly.)

sapphirefire:

Sunday Funday.

thebooker:

You guys are going to love this book! Thanks for the hard copy penguinteenaus

theinfernaldiaries:

July Haul

AKA I went a little crazy this month

artandcetera:

24-Hour Eslite Bookstore

One of the largest bookstore chains in Taiwan, Eslite was founded in 1989 by Robert Wu and it became the first company to set up a 24-hour bookstore in Taiwan, attracting many night-time readers. When Eslite first opened, it placed emphasis on books in the arts and humanities. Nowadays the company has expanded its range of titles and has opened multiple stores in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The decision to operate a bookshop devoted to Humanities and the Arts was neither an act of impulse nor a brave sense of mission. Rather, it was a commitment that sprang from a heartfelt, personal life experience. After years of being engaged in fiercely competitive business activity, a positive, optimistic, eager and innocent state of mind had become one of cautious and somewhat anxious cynicism. I realized on continued reflection, that I had developed a sense of spiritual lacking and imbalance. Thus, a search to identify a fuller and more complete life began. - Robert Wu