"Pulling books, scanning pages, breathing the finest pollen in the world, book dust, with which to develop literary allergies."
Burning Bright - An afterword by Ray Bradbury
Finished framing. They look smaller in the photo then they actually are (A3 roughly). I know that the one on the left didn’t happen in the novel but I wanted to buy something with some colour!!

Finished framing. They look smaller in the photo then they actually are (A3 roughly). I know that the one on the left didn’t happen in the novel but I wanted to buy something with some colour!!

Starting to frame the prints I ordered. They look much nicer in person. This picture doesn’t do it any justice.

Starting to frame the prints I ordered. They look much nicer in person. This picture doesn’t do it any justice.

Some of my latest book haul. After getting these Penguin English Library editions in the post, I want to buy them all. The covers are so pretty!! :) :)

Mr. Darcy + tumblr text posts

I wanted to see the place where Margaret grew to what she is, even at the worst time of all, when I had no hope of ever calling her mine…

thorinoakenshieeld:

Happy Birthday, Richard!

Countdown to the life-ruining dummy’s birthday (Aug. 22nd)

Day 1/7 → Favourite scene.

Miss Hale, I didn’t just come here to thank you. I came because… I think it very likely… I know I’ve never found myself in this position before. It’s difficult to find the words. Miss Hale, my feelings for you are very strong. 

Please, stop. Please don’t go any further. 

Excuse me?

teawithaview:

North and South

I’m rewatching N&S and oh my gosh I remember how obsessed I was over this show and how quickly Mr Thornton overtook Mr Darcy off #1. Richard Armitage is so amazing and I don’t care if he is now more famous for being Thorin Oakenshield, but I’ll always think of him as being Mr. Thornton.

Margaret Hale is independent and feisty, Mr Thornton is brooding and smouldering with a heart of gold. Brendan Coyle as the union leader. Victorian dresses, train stations and the most romantic ending of any TV show I have ever seen. Go see it.

Urgh just DYING FROM FEELS

In a land where summers can last decades and winters a lifetime, trouble is brewing…

happy holidays, Réka! :)