Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Weeds

Does anyone have any book suggestions? I'm compiling a list of books I wish to read over the summer. I'm open to anything :)

21 comments:

Miki's scrapbook said...

I recommend Globalization and its Discontents by Joseph Stiglitz ;).

Have a nice week!

Miki.

Felix Curds said...

These pictures are so summery and warm:) you should read 'Everything is Illuminated' by Jonathan Safran Foer or 'The Messenger' by Markus Zusak. Reading them makes you see the world through beautiful new prisms, truly.

Krystal said...

'any human heart' :)

tasha faye said...

ooh, i'm about to start reading One Day by David Nicholls! <3

Amber said...

Hmmm...I don't know, what are you into? I'm reading the Omnivore's Dilemma right now.

Harija said...

Great blog and lovely photos!

My favourite book and the book I recommend everyone to read is "Gone with the Wind"

April said...

I'm reading Looking for Alaska right now, by John Greene. I highly recommend it! Next is a book called Room, and then one of the Sookie Stackhouse books - I have to have something fun with how stressful my job is.

Chelsea Lane said...

llloooovee these photos. amazing picks. the flowers are so pretty!

xoxo

Lisa {A Piece of Lisa} said...

Lovely pictures! I'm reading a book called "The Crimson Petal and the White" it's a bit slow in the beginning but it gets really good and now I can't put it down!

She is Sara said...

Lovely photos!

I say read "The brief and wondrous life of Oscar Wao" by Junot Diaz. It's amazing.

emily-kallista said...

Anything by Paul Gallico! they're ahrd to come by... the only thing he's famous for is the Poseidon adventure; which is not my cup of tea, but the rest of his books are sweet and hear-wrenchign and pretty much indescribable but I'm pretty sure you'd love them.. love the pics :D

Haylee said...

This is somewhat of a cliche answer but I just finished Unbearable Lightness and thought it was incredible.
I love these pictures by the way. They make me so happy. :)

Katia said...

I recently read "made to stick" by chip and dan heath for my english class.. it's not a story or antyhing but its quite educational and well written

chloe said...

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers :)

Sara Louise said...

I just finished, Julia Child's My Life in France, and loved it. Also Pillars of the Earth and The Outlander series are brilliant too :-)

Shayla said...

These photos are magical

Fransisca Angela said...

The Virgin Suicides, The Catcher in The Rye, and I just found a quite funny book "The Diary of Amos Lee" ( I'm twelve, I'm tough , I tweet)

+ I really love these pictures and how the color turns out.have a great summer :D

Aria said...

Love the aranciata&limonata!

The Cat Hag said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog. ♥

All the images you share here are so beautiful and ethereal, what an inspiration it is for me today!


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Addie
The Cat Hag

Ashley said...

What you wrote is so perfect. I've been feeling the exact same way these past months and I've only managed a series of well meaning false starts.

A lot of people here have offered up some suggestions for reading, but I was wondering if there was anything in particular that you read that helped you put your ideas into practice?

Again thank you so much for putting your ideas out there; I really look forward to seeing and hearing more about your endeavours. xx

Beatrice Balaj said...

Such beautiful pictures!
Great inspirations.


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