Have your eye on that special book nerd? Woo their heart with these fantastic literary Valentines!
The Hunger Games
(source: Beth Evans)
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Lord of the Rings
(source: The Nighttime Novelist)
(source: Mrs. P)
(source: Brighton Starling)
(source: Book Riot)
(source: Ink Well)
*I’ve tried to find sources, but if something is yours and not labeled/mislabeled, just let me know!*
Ah, the old glory days of AOL Instant Messenger. It was a period in the early to mid 2000s that this was the height* of cool to have a witty away message. And haven’t you always wondered what famous literary characters would have left as their away message? No? Well, I bet you’re thinking about it now.
For almost a full week in October 2012, “BRB Gotta Do Book Stuff” tried to answer this very question. The idea is interesting and mildly amusing, so below are my favorites.
The Great Gatsby
*My definition of “cool” during this period was probably a bit skewed from the average perspective.
Minus the fact that I should dislike it on principle of using the word “ain’t,” I really love this song.
“Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone” by Bill Withers.
I’d be lying if I said I didn’t love this.