So I have a rather vertical home. And I thought a way to make my meager apartment look larger was to get rid of all the shelving units I had and put the books on the walls…but in a stylish way. While looking around on tumblr I found ! really like invisible bookshelves. Like the ones above.
Filthy Gorgeous Things is not your run of the mill erotica website. It is erotica for the connoisseur, the well-read, and the perspicacious individual. Containing both visual and literary stimulation, Filthy Gorgeous Things is abound with sexy little tidbits that are sure to catch your attention. [ Continue Reading ]
Jasper Joffe is a painter, but that’s not exactly what’s making him a headline in the news… [ Continue Reading ]
BookCrossing,com is an awesome site. If you have a book and you want to share it with the world, or if you just don’t want it laying around anymore and can’t bring yourself to toss it, then you can register it on bookcrossing.com. Once it’s registered you leave the book, somewhere, ‘in the wild’. [ Continue Reading ]BookCrossing,com is an awesome site. ',description:' BookCrossing,com is an awesome site. '})">
We’ve all heard the tales told by the Grimm Brothers: Snow White, Rapunzel, Sleeping Beauty, Hansel and Gretel, and many more.
But we never hear the story about the Grimm Brothers lives. [ Continue Reading ]
I am, admittedly, a huge summer reader. Since I was little, I can remember passing entire summer days curled up in an armchair, rain hitting the windows, or sprawled in the grass, brushing ants from my legs, or shielding my eyes from the sun with my novel, splayed on a towel in my bikini… either way, summer reads have always played a big part of my vacation months.
This summer, I’ve already clawed my way through a number of books – or not even managed to – and these are the early summer reviews.
Every day, I come on this site, and there’s always something cool to check out. All of you people out in internet-land are getting the low down on everything cool in the visual arts, music, film, technology… everything under the cyber sun. Still, there is something that’s been bugging me in the back of my mind for the past couple of weeks. Two things, actually. First of all, and it’s unsurprising on a website that prides itself on visual content, is the short shrift given to literary works. There’s pieces here and there, but writers have definitely been given the short end of the stick. Secondly; when I came aboard, I mentioned in my introduction piece that it would be my goal to get to know our writers and readers. To an extent, this is happening. But I’d like to speed up the process.