I'll tumbl for YA.

libraryoasis:

cheshirelibrary:

Happy Monday!

Mua-ha-ha!  I know but I’ll NEVER tell!!!

libraryoasis:

cheshirelibrary:

Happy Monday!

Mua-ha-ha!  I know but I’ll NEVER tell!!!

booksandstories:

Escape.

booksandstories:

Escape.

houseoffallingleaves:

purrrification
by denis sazhin
houseoffallingleaves:

steampunk, baby!

houseoffallingleaves:

steampunk, baby!

(Source: rosalynacosta)

These are fresh from JC Comics and Cards!   Some interesting covers in this bizarro batch. 

These are fresh from JC Comics and Cards!   Some interesting covers in this bizarro batch. 

This Halloween, start a new trend by sharing your favorite scary book or story with someone.  You don’t have to stop the whole candy thing, but it’s just a cool way to take Halloween up a notch. 
The sandman himself suggested this idea…and he definitely knows a thing or two about scary stories. 

This Halloween, start a new trend by sharing your favorite scary book or story with someone.  You don’t have to stop the whole candy thing, but it’s just a cool way to take Halloween up a notch. 


The sandman himself suggested this idea…and he definitely knows a thing or two about scary stories. 

(Source: allhallowsread.com)

Love it.  Never heard of that manga though.  If only we owned this one…
librarian-by-night:

Credit for finding and sending this to me goes to my brother. He was cheering me up after another fantasy football loss this week.

Love it.  Never heard of that manga though.  If only we owned this one…

librarian-by-night:

Credit for finding and sending this to me goes to my brother. He was cheering me up after another fantasy football loss this week.

Oh my….I absolutely need one of these.  Why didn’t I think of this?

epicreads:

cutesign:

Book on Book, designed by TENT, is a transparent acrylic book paperweight to hold down the pages of a book from flipping as you enjoy tea and sweets outdoors while you read.

cutesign

SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.

Hunger Games fans…there is a tumblr devoted to the Capitol, and specifically, the fashion of the capitol residents.  Here is tribute Johanna Mason, looking pretty fab.  
capitolcouture:

Johanna Mason: Branching Out
The young District 7 victor takes glamour to new heights.
Johanna Mason may hail from the lumber district, but this slip of a victor is anything but green.  Don’t be swayed by her cinnamon sprinkle of freckles and delicate, doll-like features. She was one of the youngest tributes ever reaped in Hunger Games history and her agility with an axe resonates throughout Panem. Sly. Savage. Sangfroid. These are just a few of the adjectives tossed around to describe Mason, who’s known for disarming her victims by feigning weakness.
Mason arrives at her photo shoot for Capitol Couture looking anything but meek. She has a reputation for being snide with her prep team.  District 7’s stylist has been dressing tributes like oak trees and firs for the opening ceremonies ever since the first Hunger Games. Clearly, Mason prefers a more conceptual take on lumber and paper.  “My stylist’s the biggest idiot in the Capitol. Wish I’d gotten Cinna,” she has been known to mumble.
During make up, Mason doesn’t fidget as her artist adheres three-inch eyelashes to her lower lashline that only intensify her disarming gaze. (It’s telling that she doesn’t flinch once, even when dots of hot glue are applied.) A palette of golden metallic eyeshadow brings out the greenish brown of her up-slanted eyes and extended wings of copper cream shadow add depth.  For her lips, a trace of nude liner is filed with a matte soft sienna lipstick and then overlaid with bronze gloss.  Her lustrous chestnut locks, upswept into a coronet of curls, lend an organic majesty to the look. The effect is futuristic forest queen. It’s almost as if this petite tribute has been gilded by a nymph from her very own district.
But it’s her custom gown—a graceful collaboration by Capitol costume designer Trish Summerville and couture designer Jan Taminiau—that transforms her from gladiator to goddess. Constructed of artfully shredded and ruched chiffon and rags, the confection feels like flutters of paper in a gentle breeze.  The use of bark tissue or sculpted cork for the bodice, one sleeve and plumed collar is a nod to the natural resources of District 7.  “I love creating a fantasy around a woman’s body,” says the Dutch designer Taminiau of his creative process. The asymmetry suits Mason and allows us a glimpse of her bold bracelet of bronze nails. The gold ear cuffs by jewelry designer Eddie Borgo supply just the right amount of glint.

Mason poses for a few shots and then slips off her four-inch platform Camilla Skovgaard jagged-wedged sandals. She suddenly looks smaller, even younger—but hardly weak.  Clearly, the odds are ever in her favor and this victor doesn’t need to knock on wood. 
Written by Monica Corcoran Harel

Hunger Games fans…there is a tumblr devoted to the Capitol, and specifically, the fashion of the capitol residents.  Here is tribute Johanna Mason, looking pretty fab. 

capitolcouture:

Johanna Mason: Branching Out

The young District 7 victor takes glamour to new heights.

Johanna Mason may hail from the lumber district, but this slip of a victor is anything but green.  Don’t be swayed by her cinnamon sprinkle of freckles and delicate, doll-like features. She was one of the youngest tributes ever reaped in Hunger Games history and her agility with an axe resonates throughout Panem. Sly. Savage. Sangfroid. These are just a few of the adjectives tossed around to describe Mason, who’s known for disarming her victims by feigning weakness.

Mason arrives at her photo shoot for Capitol Couture looking anything but meek. She has a reputation for being snide with her prep team.  District 7’s stylist has been dressing tributes like oak trees and firs for the opening ceremonies ever since the first Hunger Games. Clearly, Mason prefers a more conceptual take on lumber and paper.  “My stylist’s the biggest idiot in the Capitol. Wish I’d gotten Cinna,” she has been known to mumble.

During make up, Mason doesn’t fidget as her artist adheres three-inch eyelashes to her lower lashline that only intensify her disarming gaze. (It’s telling that she doesn’t flinch once, even when dots of hot glue are applied.) A palette of golden metallic eyeshadow brings out the greenish brown of her up-slanted eyes and extended wings of copper cream shadow add depth.  For her lips, a trace of nude liner is filed with a matte soft sienna lipstick and then overlaid with bronze gloss.  Her lustrous chestnut locks, upswept into a coronet of curls, lend an organic majesty to the look. The effect is futuristic forest queen. It’s almost as if this petite tribute has been gilded by a nymph from her very own district.

But it’s her custom gown—a graceful collaboration by Capitol costume designer Trish Summerville and couture designer Jan Taminiau—that transforms her from gladiator to goddess. Constructed of artfully shredded and ruched chiffon and rags, the confection feels like flutters of paper in a gentle breeze.  The use of bark tissue or sculpted cork for the bodice, one sleeve and plumed collar is a nod to the natural resources of District 7.  “I love creating a fantasy around a woman’s body,” says the Dutch designer Taminiau of his creative process. The asymmetry suits Mason and allows us a glimpse of her bold bracelet of bronze nails. The gold ear cuffs by jewelry designer Eddie Borgo supply just the right amount of glint.

Mason poses for a few shots and then slips off her four-inch platform Camilla Skovgaard jagged-wedged sandals. She suddenly looks smaller, even younger—but hardly weak.  Clearly, the odds are ever in her favor and this victor doesn’t need to knock on wood. 

Written by Monica Corcoran Harel