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May 27, 2014

meganwest:

stfupenguins:

geekbap:

i just found out you can download audiobooks to your android for free from the LA public library.

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Well, shit

You can do this with nearly any device through Overdrive!

Reblogging for the gif.

And libraries.

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February 20, 2014

animalstalkinginallcaps:

CINDY, YOU ACTUALLY THINK THIS IS SOMEHOW A ‘ONE SIDED RELATIONSHIP’ AND THAT I ONLY CARE ABOUT MY OWN FEELINGS? HOW DO YOU SUPPOSE IT MAKES ME FEEL TO KNOW THAT THE WOMAN I LOVE THINKS I’M ‘SHALLOW’, AND ‘SELFISH’, AND THAT I EXHIBIT ‘AN ALMOST PATHOLOGICAL COMPULSION TO MAKE MYSELF THE FOCUS OF EVERY DISCUSSION’?
THAT’S SO UNFAIR TO ME. I DON’T DESERVE THAT, AND I’M NOT SURE HOW I’M SUPPOSED TO COPE WITH IT.

The Selfish Shellfish!
Anyone…?
(h/t to Julie for the fantastic recommendation)

animalstalkinginallcaps:

CINDY, YOU ACTUALLY THINK THIS IS SOMEHOW A ‘ONE SIDED RELATIONSHIP’ AND THAT I ONLY CARE ABOUT MY OWN FEELINGS? HOW DO YOU SUPPOSE IT MAKES ME FEEL TO KNOW THAT THE WOMAN I LOVE THINKS I’M ‘SHALLOW’, AND ‘SELFISH’, AND THAT I EXHIBIT ‘AN ALMOST PATHOLOGICAL COMPULSION TO MAKE MYSELF THE FOCUS OF EVERY DISCUSSION’?

THAT’S SO UNFAIR TO ME. I DON’T DESERVE THAT, AND I’M NOT SURE HOW I’M SUPPOSED TO COPE WITH IT.

The Selfish Shellfish!

Anyone…?

(h/t to Julie for the fantastic recommendation)

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January 26, 2014

Mavericks (via nevver)
The Wave! Great book.

Mavericks (via nevver)

The Wave! Great book.

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January 23, 2014

newyorker:

In November, the magazine published “The Man Who Invented the Calendar,” an excerpt from B.J. Novak’s new book, “One More Thing.” Here’s the trailer, hot off the (French) presses.

Très cute.

(Source: newyorker.com)

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December 19, 2013

rachelhills:

Spotted on the Tube last night: “Nigella took cocaine and then stayed up all night writing books.”
I found this darkly hilarious: the idea of a woman, addled by cocaine, staying up all night (and no doubt neglecting her husband and children) and engaging in the wanton activity of writing books!
Quelle horreur!

Nigella is a personal hero. 
And not just ‘cause of the wanton book-writing.

rachelhills:

Spotted on the Tube last night: “Nigella took cocaine and then stayed up all night writing books.”

I found this darkly hilarious: the idea of a woman, addled by cocaine, staying up all night (and no doubt neglecting her husband and children) and engaging in the wanton activity of writing books!

Quelle horreur!

Nigella is a personal hero. 

And not just ‘cause of the wanton book-writing.

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December 3, 2013

My FAVORITE BOOKS OF 2013 by the cleverest reader on tumblr, slaughterhouse90210.
Add ‘em to the list.

My FAVORITE BOOKS OF 2013 by the cleverest reader on tumblr, slaughterhouse90210.

Add ‘em to the list.

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November 7, 2013

Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. The Doome Warning All Men to the Judgemente, 1581. Houghton Library, Harvard University.
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Batman, Stephen, d. 1584. The Doome Warning All Men to the Judgemente, 1581. Houghton Library, Harvard University.

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October 25, 2013

A scratch ‘n sniff guide to wine. Adorable and clever.

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October 23, 2013

So she decided to have an abortion, which was still then illegal. I went with her by train to Florida. The guy, I think, was not quite interested in the decision, and not interested in paternity, but I think he was financially quite sound and undertook the cost of all this. She took a train with me going to Florida to have the abortion with a respectable, needless to say, good physician. Then we took the train back, and the emotions coming back were even more complicated than going down. It took a day and a half, or something. One of us started talking about the book she was never going to write. And, I think it was on the train, I’m not sure of this, but she said, “At least I have a first line.” And I said, “Really? What is it?” And she said, “Claude left me, the French rat.”

Stephen Koch on how an abortion led to the birth of After Claude by Iris Owens, our October pick. Buy .epub or .mobi here, or download it via our iOS app to your phone or iPad! (via emilybooks)

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October 21, 2013

kateoplis:

What’s in your bedroom?

Want/need/gotta have that book bed (with helpful doggie step-ladder).

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