hope-in-every-book:

beckisbookshelf:

It’s my birthday month! For July’s giveaway there will be two winners and the selection of books is from my “Favorites” shelf on GoodReads. I know there are a lot of books on here that are unfamiliar to some of you and I encourage you to not overlook them for the more popular titles! While I love all of these books there are several here that I hope you all will consider  reading even if it’s out of your comfort zone.

Here are the GoodReads synopses:

To Enter:

  • Follow Becki’s Bookshelf on Tumblr
  • Reblog the monthly post and cite one of the listed books that you would like to receive

The Rules:

  • Must be following Becki’s Bookshelf. These giveaways are only for my super awesome followers.
  • Must enter with an active blog - no giveaway bot blogs. I will be checking.
  • The winners have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.
  • These giveaways are International.
  • The winners will choose one of the the offered books in paperback or digital format only.
  • The book will be from the Book Depository or Amazon, therefore the winner must be willing to give me a shipping address.
  • Reblog as often as you want just don’t swamp your followers and make people hate me. Likes don’t count as an entry.
  • Giveaways are run on US CST (GMT -6). Any reblogs posted after midnight CST on the last day of the month will not be valid.
  • Giveaway tag is: Beckis Book Giveaway

Sea of Tranquility~

the night circus

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xgenepositive:

nosdrinker:

no dog should ever be homeless

no home should ever be dogless

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unsatisfiedjudge:

explore the universe as well as your own mind

unsatisfiedjudge:

explore the universe as well as your own mind

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lunchtrae:

hella wavy

lunchtrae:

hella wavy

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TMI appreciation week:

Day 7: Favorite species » Shadowhunters

You are odd creatures. All fragile nobility and humanity on one side, and all the thoughtless fire of angels on the other.”

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literallysame:

I hate this website so much

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heroesofolympusandstuff:

Hazel and Nico

(I almost forgot about this fanart… ^^’)

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sherlock-you-slut:

so, let me get this straight.

ben c was khan in star trek. he was smaug in the goddamned hobbit. and he plays sherlock holmes is what is arguable becoming one of the most popular shows worldwide.

and you’re telling me.

he went to the san diego fucking comic con

for the penguins of fucking madagascar.

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historiaqueen:

I was having a pretty shitty day but thinking about jercy sleepovers helped

historiaqueen:

I was having a pretty shitty day but thinking about jercy sleepovers helped

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doedrops:

please do not yell at me im a nervous dumb girl who is just trying to survive

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lbardugo:

fictograph:

Genya, David, Tolya, and Tamar from Leigh Bardugo's Grisha Trilogy.

Haven’t used a mechanical pencil in awhile!  This story has such great secondary characters.

Nilah, Cassie, and I are going to the Fierce Reads Block Party tonight.  Catch me for a free Shadow and Bone doodle  (I have purple hair.)

((If you miss it, I’ll also be at SDCC on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.))

Go see her!! The brilliant
fictograph
is at SDCC! Can’t get over how wonderful these are. Ugh. THE BEST.
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lbardugo:

weneeddiversebooks:

#WeNeedDiverseBooks summer reading series! If you liked Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, try Drift by M.K Hutchins because both are high fantasy tales full of intrigue, strong world-building, and action.


Can’t wait to check out Drift!

lbardugo:

weneeddiversebooks:

#WeNeedDiverseBooks summer reading series! If you liked Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, try Drift by M.K Hutchins because both are high fantasy tales full of intrigue, strong world-building, and action.

Can’t wait to check out Drift!

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