Category Archives: Books
//Published 02nd of October 2010//
I actually have finally purchased a kindle so now I can finally read these sexy stories that my girl in the states (and yes, Caliwinter, I know she is yours once again ) is publishing.
Her 2nd book Scott & Mariana is soon out (I guess…)
I loved this article which showed me that I was not alone doing this. I love reading my book while walking, you will never see me without an book I can promise you that. On my walk to the tube station (25 minutes) I can get through quite a lot of pages while managing to duck the obstacles that one does come across, mainly other people or streetlamps. But it doesn’t always works, I have managed to find myself once or twice hitting my head quite good while walking into streetlamps. So I hope there are others who are like me as well… Read on guys and girls…
The above one doesn’t really have anything to do with readwalking but it is a good picture though…
Such a great and awesome painting to realise that you need to READ BOOKS… expand your imagination. Am a bookophile myself, go through usually 2 books a week on various things. On my train journey to work I got fantasy/sci-fi/thrillers which is excellent to start the day with and at home I usually have some biographies (at the moment reading Ozzy Osbournes, quite brilliant book actually…). So go on guys and girls, read on… Thanks to @caliwinter who posted this on his blog.
And what I’m reading now is Stephen Kings ‘Under the dome’, seems promising…
//Reblogged from 19th of march 2011//
Just love this cover the guy looks really evil and with eyebrows to match…
via Sheer Sluts
Love the pulp fiction books covers, ‘a beautiful singer and a lovely nurse, who looked normal to the world’, yes because of course all lesbians otherwise looks abnormal to us. Gonna go off and do a search on the 2nd hand bookshops for this one..
via Sheer Sluts
Am a huge fan of Edgar Allan Poe and love this colour drawing of him, excellent work.
als0 she has this great sketch of Bettie Page (see below), and she claims this was a quick sketching, holy cow… So off you go people and check out her art….
To Moist’s astonishment Adora Belle Goodheart took a packet of cigarettes out of the desk drawer and lit one. She mistook his expression, and proffered the pack.
‘No thanks,’ he said, waving it away. Apart from the occasional old lady with a pipe, he’d never seen a woman smoke before. It was … strangely attractive, especially since, as it turned out, she smoked a cigarette as if she had a grudge against it, sucking the smoke down and blowing it out almost immediately.
From Terry Pratchetts book ‘Going Postal’
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies author Seth Grahame-Smith, whose Jane Austen mash-up has more than 120,000 copies, has signed two-book deal with Grand Central Press for a rumored $575,000, Publishers Weekly reported.
Grahame-Smith’s first book for Grand Central Press, which currently has no release date, will be Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. The story is a loose sketch of Lincoln’s life with one twist—our 16th president is the world’s most skilled vampire hunter.
Check out the trailer for the book, true love here…
Was searching for some information about the newest Eoin Colfers book but found this link instead to a fellow blogger, if you want to find a good blog for downloadable E-books, this is the place to search for them. Loads of stuff to enjoy.
Build a man a fire, and he’ll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he’ll be warm for the rest of his life.
Everything starts somewhere, although many physicists disagree.
Fantasy is an exercise bicycle for the mind. It might not take you anywhere, but it tones up the muscles that can. Of course, I could be wrong.
Five exclamation marks, the sure sign of an insane mind.
Genius is always allowed some leeway, once the hammer has been pried from its hands and the blood has been cleaned up.
He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting “All the Gods are bastards.”
It is often said that before you die your life passes before your eyes. It is in fact true. It’s called living.