I started with a biography of Thomas Jefferson, followed by a bio of John Adams…now I have plans to read and own one book about each U.S. President.
"I wanted to make people aware of libraries as an ecosystem that are threatened in the same way as coral reefs. There’s a kind of serendipity that occurs in a library that never happens online. Browsing a stack is a unique experience: that feeling of being attracted by a book, by its cover or typography. What makes me melancholy is the thought of books disappearing from libraries."
With my impending move…what bookstores (and libraries) do I need to check out in the Atlanta area?
I’m not addicted…I can stop anytime I want!
Did you say: The Stormlight Archive books/ anything written by Brandon Sanderson?
I get to pick up “Words of Radiance” at the library after work and I am PUMPED!
Must get through Way of Kings so I can get on to Words of Radiance. This book series is so damn good.
Yeah, hardcovers are awesome and beautiful. But give me a whole bunch of creased-spine used paperbacks any day of the week.
Just because it’s a great book doesn’t mean it has to be made into a movie or TV show.
Also, just because you made a movie or TV show doesn’t mean it needs a sequel or spin-off series.
A very cool, very old Sherlock Holmes volume that my mom has had for forever.
It’s pretty much gotten to the point where if your URL says the word books in it, I follow you sight unseen.