a-noveltea:

The first thing I did when I woke up this morning and saw how bright the sun was. I mean, I’ve been wanting to do a photo with these two for ages and I had the perfect opportunity! (You can find another angle here)

a-noveltea:

The first thing I did when I woke up this morning and saw how bright the sun was. I mean, I’ve been wanting to do a photo with these two for ages and I had the perfect opportunity! (You can find another angle here)

slightlyignorant:

WANT


Cutest earrings right there.

Why do you care if someone deletes your caption? Big deal
Asked by Anonymous

OMG. i feel like i repeat myself every day of my life with this topic. It is MY photo and if I have a caption for my photography, then people should be decent and respect my art and not alter it to suit their blog. It upsets me a great deal when people think they can alter my posts that I share here and it’s rude as fuck. I’m tired of posting photos and seeing people delete my captions by putting one themselves so it seems as if they posted MY photo. I’m tired of people taking credit for MY work. I’m done with this topic. If you feel the need to alter my posts then don’t reblog them.

rainydayscoffeeandbooks

journaling-junkie:

This is very important. Be respectful of someone else’s work.

My sentiments exactly. The first time someone removed the caption from one of my photos, I was extremely upset because this person basically robbed me of my credit.

This Side of Salvation by Jeri Smith-Ready
Rating: 3/5Quick thoughts: For some reason I took a little over a week to read this book. That’s not very long but definitely longer than normal when I’ve a whole pile of books to get to from the library. I think what slowed me down was the alternating settings between “now” and the past, i.e. the lead-up to the Rush. I prefer linear time frames to alternating once, so I wasn’t a fan of that.
Nonetheless, I thought the premise was intriguing, so I stuck it out. Then I got to the end. The end made me a tinge agitated. In proportion to the rest of the story, the resolution was so abrupt, I didn’t even know what hit me. For such a long-drawn lead-up to the core event of This Side of Salvation, I didn’t expect everything to become so disjointed.
Full book review on Word Revel.

This Side of Salvation by Jeri Smith-Ready

Rating: 3/5
Quick thoughts: 
For some reason I took a little over a week to read this book. That’s not very long but definitely longer than normal when I’ve a whole pile of books to get to from the library. I think what slowed me down was the alternating settings between “now” and the past, i.e. the lead-up to the Rush. I prefer linear time frames to alternating once, so I wasn’t a fan of that.

Nonetheless, I thought the premise was intriguing, so I stuck it out. Then I got to the end. The end made me a tinge agitated. In proportion to the rest of the story, the resolution was so abrupt, I didn’t even know what hit me. For such a long-drawn lead-up to the core event of This Side of Salvation, I didn’t expect everything to become so disjointed.

Full book review on Word Revel.

thebookhangover:

so i’m casually scrolling through my dash and i just so happen to have come across something that’s kind of left my stomach in knots. someone has taken this photo of mine, edited into black and white, and then reposted it…and it’s got like almost 3.5k notes ??

after doing some searching i…

This, guys, is what photographers feel when their photos are stolen and stripped off their credits. It’s not ok to do that. So please, check that the credits are true before reblogging something. Give credit to the rightful person. Instances like these are very demoralizing and put a huge damper on sharing creativity.

a-bookish-heart:

My good friend @inventoryoflife tagged me to do the #minimalistbooks tag she created with @wordrevel and @thereadingescape. To do the tag you’re supposed to grab a book, open to the title page, find a simple background and take the pic.
I’m not sure if this is quite minimal enough, but too bad because I’m using it! And yes, this is yet another #HoFotography picture. Sorry, not sorry! ;)

a-bookish-heart:

My good friend @inventoryoflife tagged me to do the #minimalistbooks tag she created with @wordrevel and @thereadingescape. To do the tag you’re supposed to grab a book, open to the title page, find a simple background and take the pic.

I’m not sure if this is quite minimal enough, but too bad because I’m using it! And yes, this is yet another #HoFotography picture. Sorry, not sorry! ;)

On the blog: Breaking Down Book Photography
Not everyone understands book photography. Some question why anyone would even bother taking photos of books. I decided to try and reconcile photography with books. After all, taking photos of all sorts of things that matter to us isn’t all that strange.

On the blog: Breaking Down Book Photography

Not everyone understands book photography. Some question why anyone would even bother taking photos of books. I decided to try and reconcile photography with books. After all, taking photos of all sorts of things that matter to us isn’t all that strange.

2 a.m.

a-bookish-heart:

wordrevel:

It’s way past midnight and the battle between reading and sleeping is all too real. Neither is willing to concede.

Stay strong, my friend! We’re rooting for you!

Thank you for the support, dear friend :) It is much appreciated! Be prepared for nightly battles ;)

a-bookish-heart:

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The best thing about being a book nerd online? Making new (bookish) friends! Each month I like to highlight some of the friends I’ve made by sharing information about them and drawing a (horrendous) picture of them. If you’re looking for new book lovers to be friends with, you should check it out!

This week I’m featuring wordrevelforbooksandcake, and Sandra. Head over to Oh, the Books! to find out more about them!

In case anyone’s looking to discover more book blogs/bloggers or is curious to learn a few things about me.

2 a.m.

It’s way past midnight and the battle between reading and sleeping is all too real. Neither is willing to concede.

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