What you should read:
This is very important to keep in mind, especially if you want to enjoy your reading experience.
1: You should read Anything.
2: Whatever you like.
3: There are no rules.
4: There is no age limit.
5: You can read whatever the hell you want.
6: I'm not going to tell you what you SHOULD be reading.
7: Because that's up to you.
8: Pick up ANY BOOK
9: And please,
10: Enjoy the hell out of it! (Or dislike it, it's all up to you!)
boy authors. boy protagonists.
100% recommend Where Things Come Back.
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It’s here! It’s here! I finally got it! It’s so much smaller than I was expecting!
Oh Levi & Cath. <3
August 16, 2014 at 4:03pm
Lazy day by the pool with “Fangirl”.
August 14, 2014 at 9:13pm
Seconds, Bryan Lee O’Malley
I read Seconds the other day and I just loved it. It reminds me of all the fun and love and happiness I associate with Scott Pilgrim.
I think about the “BREAD MAKES YOU FAT?!?!” thing and keep giggling.
Tasty new books. Yum.
These two are my whole life right now.
Frog Music, Emma Donoghue
I read “Room” a few years ago and really enjoyed it. Donoghue’s latest isn’t grabbing me by the balls (so to speak). Anyone out there finished it? Is it worth carrying on? I paid $14 for it, after all, but I’m getting the new Marikami next week and I’ve got 2 books to finish before then. Last year during my 40 reading challenge, I vowed to finish every book I started so I’m feeling some guilt over the decision to maybe not finish Frog Music. Internet, what do you think?
My idea of rich is that you can buy every book you ever want without looking at the price and you’re never around assholes. That’s the two things to really fight for in life.
— John Waters (via detailsdetales)
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