Critical Linking: April 25, 2012 →
Nine Female Writers Who Had To Hide Their Gender →
amandaonwriting: 1. Keeping it in the family, the three talented Brontë sisters published their writing under the surname Bell. Emily published Wuthering Heights as Ellis Bell, Charlotte brought out Jane Eyre as Currer Bell and Anne used Acton Bell to release The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, as well as their joint poetry collections and other works. 2. A. S. Byatt was born Dame Antonia Susan Duffy,...
Books are mirrors: you only see in them what you already have inside you.– Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Shadow of the Wind (via noseinabook)
The Short, Sweet Side of E-Reading →
Check out singles, shorts, and long-form journalism for an economical way to get your ebook fix.
Confessions of a Newbie Independent Bookseller: A... →
You’ll never worry that a bookseller thinks YOU are weird ever again…
Our reading lives should open us to experiences, not shield us from them. ...– Don’t Be a Larry David Reader
You might think, now that I’ve met a few of my idols, that the magic might be...– Our Reading Lives: Meeting My Author Idols
Critical Linking: April 24, 2012 →
When you are growing up there are two institutional places that affect you most...– Keith Richards (via nypl)
So, what's on your nightstand? →