Bookstore or Library: Foam letters arched over tall shelves...brilliant!
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"Foam letters arching over tall shelves" -- maybe genre signage?
15 Curious Things Found In Library Books. I'm going to start leaving things in library books for the next person to find.
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15 Curious Things Found In Library Books. These are pretty interesting--including people's comments following the post #books #interesting #fun
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No hay nada como un buen sofá y un buen libro.
book upholstery fabric
Need this for our library room!
cool idea, but it's a bit much on a couch. would look better on a chair.
10 commonly misused words. #6 is my absolute biggest pet peeve! !!
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10 commonly misused words - this list is very helpful! Many people don't realize they are using these words incorrectly! #grammar #english #writing
Some people should read this. Myself included. 10 mist commonly misused words...
10 commonly misused words from Advanced Marketing Strategies
Johnny's Treasure Adventure by C.S. Crook www.amazon.com/... ghost makes it frighteningly clear that no one else is to have the ruby necklace.
reading is sexy.....
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One never knows who one will run into while browsing in a used book store!
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I always dress provocatively while in the library or bookstore don't you?
Carl Schleicher (1859-1871) Der Bücherwurm
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Reuse, recycled, repurpose; vintage books have new life. Discover them at https://www.etsy.com/shop/volumevii #usedbooks #bookstore #journal #sketchbook #weddingguestbook #weddinggift #giftforwriters #booksonline
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"Cappuchin Monk" by Elizabeth Nourse
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"Cappuchin Monk" Elizabeth Nourse
"Rest" by James Van Fossan (Oil Painting)
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Traditional: James VanFossan - Rest
James Van Fossan... | Kai Fine Art
James Van Fossan Rest
lol Lilys Library I'm outdoorsy in that I like reading on the beach….
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Get all your Beach Reading Needs at The Book Exchange in Foley, AL
Ahhhhh..... Can't wait to read books on the beach! So blessed!!
My new feature pairing a book that causes a reading hangover (Did You Ever Have A Family) with a recovery book (The Royal We).
Anaïs Nin drapée dans un châle, 1932 (Brassai)
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Anais Nin. #inspiration #quote #saying #advice #AnaisNin
don't know if this a true quote but it's great.
Dear Leo […] I see myself and my life each day differently. What can I say? The facts lie. I have been Don Quixote, always creating a world of my own. I am all the women in the novels, yet still another not in the novels. It took me more than sixty diary volumes until now to tell about my life. Like Oscar Wilde I put only my art into my work and my genius into my life. My life is not possible to tell. I change every day, change my patterns, my concepts, my interpretations. I am a series of moods and sensations. I play a thousand roles. I weep when I find others play them for me. My real self is unknown. My work is merely an essence of this vast and deep adventure. I create a myth and a legend, a lie, a fairy tale, a magical world, and one that collapses every day and makes me feel like going the way of Virginia Woolf. I have tried to be not neurotic, not romantic, not destructive, but may be all of these in disguises. It is impossible to make my portrait because of my mobility. I am not photogenic because of my mobility. Peace, serenity, and integration are unknown to me. My familiar climate is anxiety. I write as I breathe, naturally, flowingly, spontaneously, out of an overflow, not as a substitute for life. I am more interested in human beings than in writing, more interested in lovemaking than in writing, more interested in living than in writing. More interested in becoming a work of art than in creating one. I am more interesting than what I write. I am gifted in relationship above all things. I have no confidence in myself and great confidence in others. I need love more than food. I stumble and make errors, and often want to die. When I look most transparent is probably when I have just come out of the fire. I walk into the fire always, and come out more alive. All of which is not for Harper’s Bazaar. I think life tragic, not comic, because I have no detachment. I have been guilty of idealization, guilty of everything except detachment. I am guilty of fabricating a world in which I can live and invite others to live in, but outside of that I cannot breathe. I am guilty of too serious, too grave living, but never of shallow living. I have lived in the depths. My first tragedy sent me to the bottom of the sea; I live in a submarine, and hardly ever come to the surface. I love costumes, the foam of aesthetics, noblesse oblige, and poetic writers. At fifteen I wanted to be Joan of Arc, and later, Don Quixote. I never awakened from my familiarity with mirages, and I will end probably in an opium den. None of that is suitable forHarper’s Bazaar. I am apparently gentle, unstable, and full of pretenses. I will die a poet killed by the nonpoets, will renounce no dream, resign myself to no ugliness, accept nothing of the world but the one I made myself. I wrote, lived, loved like Don Quixote, and on the day of my death I will say: ‘Excuse me, it was all a dream,’ and by that time I may have found one who will say: ‘Not at all, it was true, absolutely true.’ The Diary of Anais Nin, Vol. 4: 1944-1947 Anaïs Nin. Writer. Poet. Philosopher. If I were to go on about the woman's life, her daring and fervent devotion to her nature, her true self, her passions and her pleasures. Admire though as I do those things, they are hardly the story here. I've always been less interested in words than I am in the poetry and marriage of words. I have cast so many books aside, good books, too, within the first paragraph or first page because they failed to grab me. Great plots are intriguing. But intrigue o lying moves my mind. I'm a man born behind his heart. And the only thing that moves the garment of my heart in writing is that uncommon gift for expression; painters and sculptors who just happen to be writers. Anaïs had that gift. I stumbled upon her work several years ago, and I was dizzy, dazzled and drunk from the elixir of her descriptions. Detailed. Necessarily prolixic. Introspectively and observantly prolific. Poetic. Poignant. Powerful. Her work. Her writing style has been a tremendous inspiration.
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Imagination is so much better than real life, eh?
Book worms have high standards
Reading gives us high standards #book #quote
After Alice | Gregory Maguire | October 27th 2015 | Ada brings to Wonderland her own imperfect apprehension of cause and effect as she embarks on an odyssey to find Alice and see her safely home from this surreal world below the world. If Euridyce can ever be returned to the arms of Orpheus, or Lazarus can be raised from the tomb, perhaps Alice can be returned to life. Either way, everything that happens next is "After Alice." #fiction #2015
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After Alice: A Novel by Gregory Maguire. Please clcik on the book jacket to check availability or place a hold @ Otis. (10/27/150
<p>From the multi-million-copy bestselling author of <em>Wicked</em> comes a magical new twist on <em>Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland</em>, published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Lewis’s Carroll’s beloved classic.</p><p>When Alice toppled down the rabbit-hole 150 years ago, she found a Wonderland as rife with inconsistent rules and abrasive egos as the world she left behind. But what of that world? How did 1860s Oxford react to Alice’s disappearance?</p><p>In this brilliant work of fiction, Gregory Maguire turns his dazzling imagination to the question of underworlds, undergrounds, underpinnings—and understandings old and new, offering an inventive spin on Carroll’s enduring tale. Ada, a friend of Alice’s mentioned briefly in <em>Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland</em>, is off to visit her friend, but arrives a moment too late—and tumbles down the rabbit-hole herself.</p><p>Ada brings to Wonderland her own imperfect apprehension of cause and effect as she embarks on an odyssey to find Alice and see her safely home from this surreal world below the world. If Eurydice can ever be returned to the arms of Orpheus, or Lazarus can be raised from the tomb, perhaps Alice can be returned to life. Either way, everything that happens next is “After Alice.”</p>
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I pinned this for the quote, AND the mini jedi. #StarWars #CSLewis
This will be in my little boys room one day.
"Since it is so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage." - CS Lewis #quotes #reading #inspiration *
"Since it is so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage." - C.S. Lewis #author quote
“Since it is so likely that (children) will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage. Otherwise you are making their destiny not brighter but darker.”C.S. Lewis Now why is this a Star Wars picture and not a narnia picture? Because C. S. Lewis applies everywhere. Ergo, pinning to Doctor Who also. He is made of bravery and courage.
“Since it is so likely that children will meet cruel enemies, let them at least have heard of brave knights and heroic courage." #cslewis #quotes
The Winter of Our Discontent - John Steinbeck
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A story has different version. Research human perspective on isolated situations. People do not understand that others might see thing differently. Biblical
Ain't it the truth... or is it? The Winter of Our Discontent - John Steinbeck #story
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The Picture Book. Girl reading book in window seat. Honor C Appleton (English, 1879-1951). Appleton illustrated over 150 children’s books using watercolour and pen and ink drawings. She would spend many hours watching children at play, and her innocent and natural illustrations were generally from a floor level viewpoint and so were appealing to children who have the same perspective.
Honor C. Appleton (1879-1951)