new books to read

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Happy May y’all! 🌸 Look! Six new YA releases to get excited about this month: 

Click the links to head on over to Goodreads to check out ratings and reviews. I’m most excited about A Court of Thorns and Roses: only two days to go until release! Don’t forget you can preorder any of these on the Book Depository here! 

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Could You Ever Live Without? Five Star Rated Poetry.

“Take it from a non-poetry reader: this book is a gem, destined to become timeless.” Amazon Customer Review.

“Loved the poems, a very great read. Once I started reading it was hard to stop.” Amazon Customer Review.

“This book is beautiful. It’s one of my most cherished possessions.” Amazon Customer Review.

“Not all poetry is worth reading. This is.” Amazon Customer Review.

“A great reflection of the deeper thoughts from this generation.” Amazon Customer Review.

“Beautiful collection of poetry, I’m not an avid poetry reader but this book is absolutely stunning.” Amazon.co.uk Customer Review.

“Everytime I read this book I find new meanings.” Goodreads Review.

Poems from my anthology, Could You Ever Live Without? The full book is out now and available as:

** Amazon.com Paperback - Amazon.com Kindle - Lulu Publishers Paperback - Barnes and Noble - Amazon.co.uk Kindle - Amazon.co.uk Paperback - Amazon.de Paperback - Amazon.de Kindle - Signed Direct From Author - Full List of Availability **

*** FREE TO AMAZON PRIME USERS ON THE KINDLE ***

Reading List
  • The Princess Bride
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dam
  • Hiroshima
  • Watership Down
  • Plague Dogs
  • The Last Unicorn
  • The Vampire Lestat
  • Les Miserables
  • Jane Eyre (I need to finish it)
  • Catch 22
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • The Catcher in the Rye
  • The Ultimate Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin
  • Heidi
  • A House of Many ways
  • Girl Interrupted
  • 13 Reasons Why
  • Impulse
  • Game of Thrones
  • Gathering Blue
  • Messenger
  • Son
  • The Great Gatsby (Reread)
  • Howl’s Moving Castle (Reread)
  • Looking for Alaska
  • Divergent
  • Insurgent
  • Allegiant
  • Ender’s Game (Reread)
  • Ender’s Shadow (Reread)
  • Tuesday’s with Morrie
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower
  • The Girl Who Owned a City
  • American Playgrounds: Revitalizing Community Space
  • Never Let me Go
  • The Maze Runner
  • The Jungle Book 

lclrgsl asked:

Hi! I love your blog and I have a very stupid question but can I ship BuckyNat like crazy even if I didn't read the comics? 🙈 And what should I read to catch up? Thanks a lot and your blog is amazing

of course! comics aren’t a prerequisite (tho they do make it a hell of a lot easier since the mcu is so bad at giving us anything but scraps) 

i highly recommend using @fuckyeahbuckynatasha​‘s rec lists for comics! it’s a solid list with most if not all of the buckynat stuff. they also have a getting started with comic book page if you’re new and are confused about stuff 

Send me a color

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magenta: sunrise or sunset?

maroon: hot dog or hamburger?

brick-red: heels or flats?

red: dress or jeans?

coral: ocean or space?

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salmon: daisies or petunias?

bronze: gold or silver?

orange: cursive or normal handwriting?

cream: chocolate or vanilla?

yellow: cake or cupcakes?

butterscotch: snickers or twix?

gold: right handed or left handed?

green: ice cream or cookies?

olive: pepperoni pizza or cheese?

sage: avocado or guacamole?

emerald: earrings or necklace?

lime green: pen or pencil?

blue: read a new book or reread the same old book for the 100th time?

azure: pale or tan?

sky blue: chocolate chip cookies or sugar cookies?

indigo: travel through time or travel across dimensions?

baby blue:  piano or guitar?

cornflower: broccoli or brussels sprouts?

violet: long distance run or short sprint?

purple: soccer or football?

plum: sports or video games?

lilac: ravens or crows?

eggplant: stormpilot or malec?

amethyst: markers or crayons?

lavender: mint or parsley?

craigery96 asked:

For the fam: I need a new sci-fi/action/adventure book series to read. Any suggestions?

Sasuke:” I….I don’t really read a lot of books.”

Madara: “You…Culture murderer. Have you read The Giver series
 it about a future society that has eliminated discord, converting everyone to “Sameness.” In three linked stories, Jonas, destined to hold memories of the time before Sameness; Kira, an orphan with a twisted leg; and healer Matty must discover the truth about their society and restore emotion, meaning and balance to their world.

Sasuke: “sounds stupid. Why don’t I send you one of my fanfictions.”  

Shisui: “Pfffffff~  Both your fanfictions and The Givers are stupid. You should read The Outsiders by S.E. HintonS.E. Hinton was just 16 years old when she wrote this novel about kids getting caught up in class struggles. Ponyboy is a greaser, from the wrong side of the tracks; he runs afoul of the upper-class Socs, leading to an epic rumble between the two gangs.” 

Sasuke:”I actually read that, that book is amazing!” 

Obito: “Hold up bitches, Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher is amazing. It is about this Clay Jenkins,a high school student, that  receives a box in the mail containing 13 cassette tapes recorded by his classmate Hannah, who committed suicide, he spends a bewildering and heartbreaking night crisscrossing their town, listening to Hannah’s voice recount the events leading up to her death.

Sasuke: “Wait you can read?”

Madara: “Wow…The shit I don’t know about Obito.” 

Itachi-nii: “Let the expert talk alright. You should give Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson a try. It about Melinda who got raped at a party. She  is unable to tell angry partygoers why she called the police. Eventually stops speaking all together. 

Izuna: “….I don’t even read a textbook….How come you guys read for fun?!”

Sasuke: “Yeah…What is wrong with you guys? The moment they see the word ‘book’ they start saying all these titles and shit..”

anonymous asked:

What got Oliver into archaeology?

A love of learning, honestly. He’s a very scholarly type and he’s one of those guys who is happier with a new book he’s never read than anything else. He’s big into anthropology as well, but primarily he enjoys the geographical aspect of it, digging into the dirt, pulling up old artifacts, learning about people who lived centuries before he did.

Happiness

Warm drinks. Fuzzy socks. Rain on the roof. The smell of fresh cookies. Re reading your favourite book. Discovering new songs. Internet friends. Crying of laughter and happiness. The feeling of anticipation before the artist enters the stage. Long night chats where everything seems so much more real. Finding the perfect volume of music. Fresh sheets. Knowing a song so well you don’t have to think about the lyrics. Strawberry and cream tea. Sunlight in the trees. Silence. Being in a new city. Messy buns and baggy tshirts. Letting go of things that hurt. The moment of realisation that it will be okay. Contentment.

When the realization that The Trials of Apollo comes out in just THREE DAYS hits