I’m honestly so scared for the day I’m “too old” to read YA/ I don’t relate to the characters anymore. I just can’t stand the thought of being older than these incredible characters and the thought that I’ve passed their age - like I don’t want to be 40 and reading them but I love it so so much. You feel?


It’s guys, I cant even

I don’t know how its legal (is it?)

Know how you spend money on books, then agonize about not reading them for ages?

Originally posted by thehumming6ird

Anybooks is an app.


No credit cards, personal details. And no, the books are not old, boring public domain books.

Please someone more popular than me reblog this so people know about it.

Once you’re a reader, you never quite grow out of it. You may not have much time for it as an adult, but you’re still hooked on that magic.

Hey there!

I see you scrolling

yes, YOU!

I know I know, this life is filled with twist and turns

Not liking a turn?

Hold on, I got you.

*throws life vest*

  • There is no shame in not knowing, the shame lies in not finding out.
  • It is not enough to learn how to ride, you must also learn how to fall
  • You aren’t being rejected, you are being redirected
  • Rejection isn’t failure. Failure is giving up. Everyone gets rejected. It’s how handle it that determines where you’ll end up.
  • You can’t be afraid of the rain, if you asked for growth. 
  • If you had gotten everything you had ever wanted, you wouldn’t be you. 
  • Those re-directions are just you meeting different parts of yourself.
  • Life is tough, but so are you 
  • Nothing matters if you have purpose; Your direction may change with the wind, but your purpose keeps you rooted.
  • Your plan should not be to merely be someplace, but to be someone, for if you are not to have anything, you’ll always have yourself.
  • The power lies not in the plans, but the planning.

*gives you virtual sloppy smooches*

You’re all better now !