Of course I love holding a book in my hands and turning the pages and all that deliciously nerdy stuff.
But e-books are cheaper and more eco-friendly which is really great.
JUST FUCKING READ, EVERYONE.
Doesn’t matter how you do it.
How I feel exactly.
I don’t care if my book is a paperback, a hardback, an e-book, written on TP, or carved into wood. Reading is the important part!
amen to both of the above comments
This is genius. It gives one a legitimate reason to have a TARDIS is one’s home. Otherwise there’s really no point, unless you have a real TARDIS, in which case you should contact me as soon as possible.
Use it as a bookshelf, IMO.
BANNED BOOKS WEEK
(SEPTEMBER 25 - OCTOBER 2)
Four posters from last year’s Banned Books Week presented by Schlow Centre Region Library
Look, we’re only human.
YOU OTHER READERS CAN’T DENY
WHEN A BOOK WALKS IN WITH A GOOD PLOT BASE
AND A BIG SPINE IN YOUR FACE YOU GET SPRUNG
WANNA PULL OUT YOUR PENS
‘CAUSE YOU NOTICED THAT BOOK WAS DENSE
READING, HALF-RIMS I’M WEARING
I’M HOOKED AND I CAN’T CARING
OH BABY I WANT AN E-READER
AND A MEANINGFUL METER
MY TEACHERS TRIED TO TRAIN ME
THAT BOOK YOU GOT MAKE ME SO BRAINY
So fucking true.
In celebration of part 2 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, we’re going to be doing another 7books/7days challenge! The challenge is to read all of the Harry Potter books in one week, beginning July 8th at midnight, and ending July 15th, at midnight. July 15th is also the release date for DH part 2, so when you finish up your reading, you can go and see the final movie of the series. This is a huge occasion, and an end to a generation. So get your books, get your Sorting Hat, and get reading.
If I ever wanted kids, I would read them this book. Thank you, Sammy, for making my night better.