Alwyn-Court

anonymous asked:

Do you have any fantasy romance recs. ☺️😁

We love a good steamy romance, and we’ve got some great suggestions for you! 

The Wrath and the Dawn series by Renée Ahdieh

This steamy YA retelling of A Thousand and One Nights is full of high adventure and swoony romance. 


The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead

The Selection meets Reign in this dazzling trilogy of interwoven novels about three girls on a quest for freedom and true love from #1 internationally bestselling author Richelle Mead.


Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton 

This action packed thriller doesn’t shirk on the romance either as Amani fights for her life, and for the country (and man?) she loves. 


Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes 

This multi-perspective fantasy will take you on a magical journey through politics, war, and of course, romance! 


Looking for more romantic reads? Check out these books that will make you Read, Swoon, and Repeat

Seventh Avenue, in 1915, east side, north from W. 58th Street to Central Park South. Showing the Lisbon and the Madrid occupying this entire frontage. To the right is the Central Park Safe Deposit Company. The photographers vantage point is the south east corner of 58th Street, where the entrance
to the Alwyn Court appears. (NYPL)

8

Berenice Abbott Photography

Pike and Henry Street, NY, 1936. - Cheese Store, NY, 1937 - Columbus Circle, NY, 1936 - El Station Interior, NY - Manhattan Bridge Looking Up, NY, 1936 - Facade: Alwyn Court, NY, 1936 - Theoline, NY, 1936 - Broadway on the Battery, NY, 1938.

American photographer Berenice Abbott was born in Springfield Ohio in 1898 and died in retirement in Monson, Maine in 1991. Except for a formative and influential decade in Paris in the 1920s, she spent most of her productive life in photography in New York City. Her five decades of accomplishments behind the camera range from portraiture and modernist experimentation to documentation and scientific interpretation. Her contributions as photographic educator, inventor, author and historian are equally diverse: she originated the photography program at the New School for Social Research and taught there from 1934-58; wrote several books and numerous articles including the once influential Guide to Better Photography (1941)

vandergomery-left-me-in-tears  asked:

I know it's a lot to ask, but do you have any books that you recommend for my Summer Reads List? I want to read at least 20 books this summer! ❤❤❤

sure!

  1. This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp
  2. Simon VS the Homo Sapiens by Becki Albertali
  3. Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen
  4. Exit, Pursued by a Bear by EK Johnston
  5. Passenger by Alexandra Bracken
  6. Zodiac by Romina Russell
  7. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
  8. Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman
  9. Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton
  10. The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead
  11. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
  12. Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
  13. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
  14. The Elemental Series by Brigid Kemmerer
  15. Mayhem by Jamie Shaw
  16. The Rusk University series by Cora Carmack
  17. The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan
  18. Dumplin by Julie Murphy
  19. Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
  20. THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN BY ROSHANI CHOKSHI