April192014

(Source: tonttuu, via teacoffeebooks)

5PM

monsterpoptart:

I hate worrying about the future
Cause all my fucking problems are based around the past
And I hate when you call me late at night
Just to check in to make sure I got nothing to be sad about
But it’s alright, and I’m okay
I won’t need your help anyway
Ah, well
I hate having to think about my future
When all I wanna do is worry about everyone but me

(74 plays)

4PM

(Source: bookslooks)

3PM
“It is time to explain myself — let us stand up.
What is known I strip away,
I launch all men and women forward with me into the Unknown.
The clock indicates the moment — but what does eternity indicate?” Walt Whitman (via observando)
1PM
12PM
April182014

I guess I’ll go for a walk
Press my shoes against the pavement
I swear this has got to be the hundredth
Time I’ve thought of you tonight

You weren’t the only one
who thought of us that way
I spend most nights awake
Wide awake

(Source: margotstenenbaum)

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1PM
lastnightsreading:

Gary Shteyngart at NYU, 4/17/14

Sorry, but just what the hell does this mean? First of all, Donna Tartt has amazing plots. As does David Mitchell. And Tea Obreht. And Kristopher Jansma. And a slew of other writers. I know that sometimes a story isn’t about the plot, but having a good plot doesn’t mean a good can’t be literary. Goddamnit.

lastnightsreading:

Gary Shteyngart at NYU, 4/17/14

Sorry, but just what the hell does this mean? First of all, Donna Tartt has amazing plots. As does David Mitchell. And Tea Obreht. And Kristopher Jansma. And a slew of other writers. I know that sometimes a story isn’t about the plot, but having a good plot doesn’t mean a good can’t be literary. Goddamnit.

12PM
victoriarene:

REBLOGGING THIS BECAUSE I GET THIS WRONG EVERY TIME

victoriarene:

REBLOGGING THIS BECAUSE I GET THIS WRONG EVERY TIME

(via simplybookdrunk)

11AM
“But please, if you’re reading a book that’s killing you, put it down and read something else, just as you would reach for the remote if you weren’t enjoying a TV program.” Nick Hornby, Ten Years in the Tub: A Decade Soaking in Great Books (via simplybookdrunk)

(Source: beckisbookshelf, via simplybookdrunk)

April172014
3PM
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