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Summer Reading


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Grammarly: 7 Weird, Rare Words, Illustrated

Here’s just a taste of this enchanting grammarly post:


If you liked the “wabbit” illustration then follow the link below to see more like it: 


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Winter’s Eve


(Via 🙂

“Winter’s Eve”
watercolour and PS.
Special people make any place feel like home 🙂 Happy winter holidays!

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© Nataša Ilinčić, please do not remove credits

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Tres Chic


Inspired by vibrant and old book covers, Olympia Le-Tan launched her You Cant Judge A Book By Its Cover collection in September 2009. Her love of literature was a passion she shared with her father, French illustrator Pierre Le-Tan, and her talent for embroidery was inherited from her grandmother. Each clutch is handmade in France, lined with beautiful Liberty of London fabric, and limited to only 16 pieces per design. I would love to own any of these incredible book bags –  it would look so lovely sitting on my bookshelf when I am not carrying it!

(Via honestlywtf)

* I don’t know about anyone else, but I would love to get my clutches on one of these clutches. All are chic beautiful accessories. Each purse is hand embroidered, which not only makes them unique, but even more stunning. Be still my bookaholic fashonista heart.

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How Does the Act of Writing Affect the Brain?


Visual News with a very cool info graphic giving us the skinny about writing and how it affects our craniums. Read the full article here:


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A Verb


(via victoriousvocabulary:)



1. to read.

2. to gather up.

Etymology: German, from Middle High German lesen, from Old High German lesan, from Proto-Germanic Proto-Germanic *lesaną, “to gather”, from Proto-Indo-European *les-, *leg-, “to gather”.

[Anna-Maria Jung – Silence in the Library]

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Google Celebrating Tolstoy’s 186th Birthday




Elegant Google illustrations to commemorate Leo Tolstoy’s 186th birthday.


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