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xxxlheart: 10 books that have stayed with you
Not pictured:  The Neverending Story by Michael Ende

xxxlheart: 10 books that have stayed with you

Not pictured:  The Neverending Story by Michael Ende

Favorite moments of Ellen hosting the 86th Annual Academy Awards

bookmania:

A small collection of books by contemporary North American writers telling it just the way it is. [Submitted by: tumble-pie]
millionsmillions:

A lot of writers have alter-egos, but few are as interesting as Benjamin Black, the crime-writing persona of Irish novelist and Year in Reading alum John Banville. The author’s new novel adds an entry to the saga of a crime-fiction icon: Raymond Chandler’s Angeleno detective, Philip Marlowe.

millionsmillions:

A lot of writers have alter-egos, but few are as interesting as Benjamin Black, the crime-writing persona of Irish novelist and Year in Reading alum John Banville. The author’s new novel adds an entry to the saga of a crime-fiction icon: Raymond Chandler’s Angeleno detective, Philip Marlowe.


by Jon Nicholls

Kick-ass women crime writers for Women’s History Month. These crime-fighting pioneers don’t fear a little murder and mayhem—they welcome it. 

Kick-ass women crime writers for Women’s History Month. These crime-fighting pioneers don’t fear a little murder and mayhem—they welcome it. 


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dustyreadings:
The Professor by Charlotte Bronte, 1952. Purchased from the Crows Nest book fair for $5.00.

dustyreadings:

The Professor by Charlotte Bronte, 1952. Purchased from the Crows Nest book fair for $5.00.

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