Check out these super-cool new covers for the latest edition of The Hunger Games series !! So fabulous :D !!
I have recently decided that books are magnificent and collecting them is just as important as reading them. What if one day there were no more books available? i need to have a sufficient stock pile. I used to feel really guilty about having 1 or 2 books unread and still wanting more but now I have a mighty need to have all the books I ever want to read.
muji spice book
Traveling with your spice rack is not ideal. This is why Japanese company, Muji, has made a book of spices to make flavoring your food while away from home a little bit easier.
This book from Muji is full of pages that are made of spiced paper, which dissolve from the heat and moisture of cooking. Now that kick of white pepper or red chili is just a tear away. And, since it is compact and perfectly portable, the Muji spice book is ideal for when you’re traveling!
Does anybody else get to the point in a book where they just want it to be over with? It’s not that the book is bad, but I feel like I’ve been reading it forever and I want to be done.
I’m rearranging my shelf, and I’ve taken all the books off and put them on my bed, ready to be replaced. They’re piled by authors so I can put them on alphabetically.
Dragon bookmarks by Ferals Trumpet
Inspired by the Yorkshire legend of the Dragon of Loschy Wood. Like so many stories of great wurms, this one most likely alludes to earth energies whose presence is almost lost to us. The arch of the dragon’s neck hooks elegantly around the spine of your book and resembles the dragon head on the bow of a Viking ship.
A black dragon egg of carved, smoked jade, a green agate Dragon Egg or lampwork heart. The heart is a lampwork bead, wrapped in filigree and adorned with Swarovoski crystals.
*accidentally reads a spoiler to a book I haven’t read yet*
*tries to forget it immediately*
*remembers it in vivid detail for the rest of eternity*
It’s Mental Health Week next week and above are some of the many novels which deal with mental health/illness and social/emotional issues. If you can, read at least one of these books (or any book that deals with mental health) next week and post about it with the tag readformentalhealthweek. Raise awareness, reduce the stigma, educate yourself, support others, and take care of yourself!