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bookishgospel:

#Repost from @annariflebond. She is the illustrator of the new “Puffin in Bloom” series of books which consists of four classics: Little Women, Heidi, A Little Princess, and Anna of Green Gables. What a stupendous job she has done with these books. I am in love and i was eagerly awaiting for these books to be made available. They are up for sale for 16 USD and these are hardcovers. Absolutely stunning. And if you order from her website, you get a matching bookmark too. These books have insanely beautiful spines too. I’m in love and i can’t for the life of me pick one. I am going to buy these all and i hope @annariflebond creates such a masterpiece for Jane Eyre too since it’s my favorite classic of all time.

bookishgospel:

#Repost from @annariflebond. She is the illustrator of the new “Puffin in Bloom” series of books which consists of four classics: Little Women, Heidi, A Little Princess, and Anna of Green Gables. What a stupendous job she has done with these books. I am in love and i was eagerly awaiting for these books to be made available. They are up for sale for 16 USD and these are hardcovers. Absolutely stunning. And if you order from her website, you get a matching bookmark too. These books have insanely beautiful spines too. I’m in love and i can’t for the life of me pick one. I am going to buy these all and i hope @annariflebond creates such a masterpiece for Jane Eyre too since it’s my favorite classic of all time.

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mybooktopia:

one thing i love about having a book blog is that i can see what books everyone gets excited about, and then get excited about them, and before i’ve even read the book, i’m basically in love with it, and then when i finally get around to reading the book and i find out what all the hype was about and it was amazing and i just love that so much

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booksyrup:

First lines are so important.

In books, in plays, in letters, in emails, in movies, in meeting people… 

Sometimes first lines can determine whether or not the next line will be the last. 

…and sometimes first lines can determine whether or not the next line will be the beginning of many.

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Here are some books that come out this week (or have already) that I’m excited about! Check out the links to their Goodreads’ pages below and I’ll post the release dates!
1. I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson-I usually like her writing and while this is a very different plot from what I am used to reading - I am excited to see what she does with it. September 16th 
2. Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes-I read “The Shining Girls” by her last year and while the book was rather confusing to me, I did like her style and voice…so I’ll be interested to see how this book is. September 16th 
3. Rooms by Lauren Oliver - I love her YA books so I can’t wait to see what the changes are from that to adult literature! September 23rd
4. Underwater Puppies by Seth Casteel -Who wouldn’t want to look at this book! September 16th. 
5. The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey - this release just furthers my resolve that I need to read “The 5th Wave”- getting it from the library next week! September 16th. 
6. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by Caitlin Doughty -Morticians always have kind of fascinated with me. Very interesting career path. Definitely want to check this one out! September 15th. 
So these are the ones I’m excited about! Has anyone already read one of these? Others your excited about?

Here are some books that come out this week (or have already) that I’m excited about! Check out the links to their Goodreads’ pages below and I’ll post the release dates!

1. I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson-I usually like her writing and while this is a very different plot from what I am used to reading - I am excited to see what she does with it. September 16th 

2. Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes-I read “The Shining Girls” by her last year and while the book was rather confusing to me, I did like her style and voice…so I’ll be interested to see how this book is. September 16th 

3. Rooms by Lauren Oliver - I love her YA books so I can’t wait to see what the changes are from that to adult literature! September 23rd

4. Underwater Puppies by Seth Casteel -Who wouldn’t want to look at this book! September 16th. 

5. The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey - this release just furthers my resolve that I need to read “The 5th Wave”- getting it from the library next week! September 16th. 

6. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by Caitlin Doughty -Morticians always have kind of fascinated with me. Very interesting career path. Definitely want to check this one out! September 15th. 

So these are the ones I’m excited about! Has anyone already read one of these? Others your excited about?