The Bookworm's Haven


Mia. 17. Ravenclaw. Avid Reader. Communication + Management Major.


This is my book tumblr blog as well as my personal blog because I found it hard to manage two blogs at the same time. My personal life seems to be tied up with books and reading.


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Mia Claire's bookshelf: currently-reading

Hamlet
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How to Read Literature Like a Professor
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2014 Reading Challenge

2014 Reading Challenge
Mia Claire has read 7 books toward her goal of 30 books.
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Book Splurge

07.19.14

  • Manga Realities
  • Journeys With My Autistic Son
  • The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore
  • Great Men and Women of Asia
  • Young Pens for Young Minds
  • Pride and Prejudice
The best morals kids get from any book is just the capacity to empathize with other people, to care about the characters and their feelings. So you don’t have to write a preachy book to do that. You just have to make it a fun book with characters they care about, and they will become better people as a result.
Louis Sachar (via observando)

c-parks:

alrighty, this is it, my 1k follower giveaway! i want to first thank each and every single person who’s clicked the follow button on my blog and stuck around for all my bs; from the ones who started off back in the day when i only posted sonic and pokémon stuff, all the way to those who’ve just recently found me. i’ve gone and selected some of my favorite books for this giveaway, and i really hope there’s at least one thing in here for everyone.

the rules:

you must be following me. this is a giveaway for my followers, so following me is a must and i will check ok.

• reblogs and likes both count, and you can reblog this as many times as you want.

• the winner gets to select one book from those pictured above.

• now, i know that most of these books are a part of a series, so not only do you get to choose from the books pictured, but if you would like another book in one of the above series instead, that is completely acceptable. (for example, the winner may select any of the mortal instruments books instead of choosing city of heavenly fire).

• you will receive the book of your choice in paperback format (sorry, i’m tight on cash), however if the book is only available in hardcover, then obviously you’ll get it in hardcover.

• i’ll be using book depository, so this giveaway is international.

• the giveaway will run until june 6th 2014, at which point a winner will be selected at random and entered into the hunger games— i mean contacted via ask box where they will let me know what book they would like as well as provide me with their address. the winner then has 24 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

good luck to everyone, and thanks again for following me!

  • Me: There are so many books I own that I want to read
  • Me: There are so many books that I don't own that I want to read
  • Me: -cries a little-

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Frances Hodgson Burnett, A Little Princess

(via readmybookshelves)

bookriot:

Some times, life just gets you down and you need to sink into a book. Here are five books to pick up when life feels like it sucks.

This is timely. Thank you.

(via ofpagesandchapters)

bibliolectors:

Me, my monsters and my books / Yo, mis monstruos y mis lectura (ilustración de Kitty Crowther)

(via teachingliteracy)

This is not applicable to me. Usually, when I hate a book, I never reread it (I make a mental note to never ever read it again.) or if I really hate it, I give it away (which is the case of Twilight). So there is no way for me to love a book I once hated.

See the challenge here.

Reading well is one of the great pleasures that solitude can afford you.
Harold Bloom (via wordpainting)

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torteen:

I want the kraken attack one. Badly. Don’t you?

(via Pin by Tor Books on For the Book Lover | Pinterest)

The Yellow Room

4.25.14.

This is why I love to be at home.

This is based on the amount of material by the author that I have read and how I like/love those books. 

1. J.K. Rowling

J.K. Rolwing created my childhood. I am so grateful for her Harry Potter series. 

Books by J.K. Rowling that I have read:

  • Harry Potter Series
  • Tales of Beedle the Bard
  • Quidditch Through the Ages
  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

2. John Green

John Green’s books are one of the best young-adult books out there. I just can’t get enough of his signature style -  the deep and sometimes existential torrent of thoughts.

Books by John Green that I have read:

  • The Fault in Our Stars
  • An Abundance of Katherines
  • Will Grayson, Will Grayson (with David Levithan)
  • Paper Towns
  • Looking for Alaska

3. Meg Cabot

Meg Cabot is one of the funniest authors out there. Her YA books are worth a try. 

Books by Meg Cabot that I have read:

  • How to Be Popular
  • Jinx
  • Princess Diaries Series (but I haven’t read the entire series yet)

See the challenge here.