Emily S. Keyes

chapmangamo:

Translated TV Shows

blairthornburgh:

Found and altered early 19th-century leather binding with fore-edge clasps. The bookshelves of the altered binding hold seventy-two blank leather- and paper-covered books which open and range in height from 1” to 1.5”.
(via Classical Bookworm: Little Library)

blairthornburgh:

Found and altered early 19th-century leather binding with fore-edge clasps. The bookshelves of the altered binding hold seventy-two blank leather- and paper-covered books which open and range in height from 1” to 1.5”.

(via Classical Bookworm: Little Library)

tastefullyoffensive:

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randomslasher:

zenpencils:

SIR KEN ROBINSON: Full body education

I’m fairly certain I’ve never seen one of these comics that didn’t make me cry. 

If you enjoy reading something, read it.
S. E. Hinton in the New Yorker (x)
harlequinteen:

Teaser from Talon by Julie Kagawa posted on the Harlequin Blog! Check out the post for more.

harlequinteen:

Teaser from Talon by Julie Kagawa posted on the Harlequin Blog! Check out the post for more.

Dorothy Parker quotes as motivational posters.
When an author tells me that that she need an extension on her manuscript because she lives in Texas and Ebola exists.

lifenacademicpublishing:

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Unless you are a health care professional working in Dallas (which you’re obviously not) or a member of your family is sick, I really don’t see how the fact that 3 people in another city in your home state have Ebola is taking up your time.