Wenching With Shakespeare
m-online:

How to spend the afternoon? With a good book, and a cup of tea.
ordinary-bibliophile:

Washington DC’s Barnes & Noble
"I would live for you still—if I could."
Henry James, “The Beast in the Jungle” (via deconstructionandcriticism)

(Source: days-of-reading, via englishmajorinrepair)


ifreakinlovebooks:

girlthatreads:

Hyperventilating at the fact that this is currently in my possession 8 days early

SO JEALOUS AND EXCITED FOR YOU, LAU!!!!!
"Virginia Woolf was a writer’s writer. For as many moments of artistic despair as there are, one also finds glimmers of hope, of faith in the process. In 1933, she wrote, “I must not let myself believe that I’m simply a ladylike prattler: […] No, I must say to myself, this is a mere wisp, a veil of water; and so create, hardly, fiercely, as I feel now more able to do than ever before.” In 1934, she spoke directly to those of us who would come after her: “A note, by way of advising other Virginias with other books that this is the way of the thing: up down up down – and Lord knows the truth.”"
from On Reading Virginia Woolf’s Diary by Dana Staves (via bookriot)
Making Sure Your Plot Works

fictionwritingtips:

When you’re in the middle of writing a story, it can be hard to make sure that everything you’re including fits or connects into a coherent plot. Although many writers save these plotting problems for the editing phase, it can be useful to tackle them early on.

Here are…



superbnature:

Werther by BurakGunaydin