Origami bookmarks are fun and easy to make 😆
Books + candy 😍
Happy Easter! I hope your reading plans for tbe weekend weren't ruined like mine were. At least I did get to eat lots of chocolate!!! 😄
Had two of my wisdom teeth removed today. That means I get to spend my weekend resting, reading, and having lots of icecream! Anything for a speedy recovery 😋
I love when writers/musicians talk about the people and books that inspired them even though it's rarely something I'd read 😋
"You're also finding out something as you read that will be vitally important for making your way in this world: the world doesn't have to be like this. Things can be different".
I'm reading one chapter a day. Gaiman's words and thoughts will resonate with anyone who has a passion for books.
I've been looking for this poem for ages!!! I remembered the title but not the name of the author which made it impossible to find! Luckily, the author's website was lost somewhere in my browser's bookmarks folder. This poem is "Parallel Universes" by Kate Edwards. I couldn't fit the whole poem in the photo but you can read it here:
Half of this book is basically a dictionary 😂 There are over 200 hundred definitions counting all of the footnotes and honestly I find myself distracted by finding all those little numbers while trying to finish a sentence. 😥
I love this idea!
You might even provide a Heaven for them. We need You for that. Hell we can make ourselves.
I'm so glad Rick Riordan finally shared his experience (and frustration!!) with the adaptation of the series. I think this applies to too many book adaptations and it seems that the studios will never learn.
I'm so glad I reread this book after 10+ years! It was interesting to see things through Cristopher's mind and I think we could all learn from him.
Had to change my plans for Saturday night 👍
Prime numbers are what is left when you have taken all the patterns away. I think prime numbers are like life. They are very logical but you could never work out the rules, even if you spent all your time thinking about them.
Those who study the complex interplay of cause and effect in the history of the Universe say that this sort of thing is going on all the time, but that we are powerless to prevent it.
"It's just life" they say.
I only know as much about myself as my mind can work out under its current conditions. And its current conditions are not good.
This one started out great 😀 I'm not a fan of sci-fi, but I hope I'll end up liking this book anyway