The optimistic inspirations of aspiring author Meredith Anderson Coffman. This is a book appreciation blog! I post about books, nature, and pretty much anything I find aesthetic. I have a penchant for postcards, socks, ampersands & hand lettering. The adorable Book Ferret on my blog is Wasabi-No-Ginger. Older posts feature my sweet Diggle Bear (white paws), currently retired and living the cozy life at the Book Ferret Burrow, and Quigley (tiny sable mask), the Original Book Ferret.
“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit, or There and Back Again Concerning Hobbits Book Beau
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Swamp on a snowy day
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Milk & Honey
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A heart’s a heavy burden
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I don't know what to do
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He’s kinda cute...
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Ready for a whole new year full of new opportunities...
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1.24.21✨ Shelfie Sunday!
📚How do you organize your bookshelves? Or if you don’t have shelves, how do you organize your books? Do you switch it up often or keep them the same for a while?
I used to organize them by author last name, but changed it to rainbow last June for Pride Month (I’m a big ally — it’s all love here!) and I’ve kept it like this since🌈 At first, my ocd was like “Keep all the author names together!” and “How could you break up a series like that?!”, but I quickly got used to it and just fell in love with the colors. I don’t think I’ll be changing it anytime soon☺️
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“I got this whole-body feeling... it was like a message from future me to present me, telling me that in some way we weren’t just bound to happen, that we had, in some sense, already happened. It felt... inevitable.”
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Café y lectura: plan para esta tarde (ilustración de Victoria Kirdiy)
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True well-being isn’t hard to find. You just have to know where to look. In this insightful, full-color tour of Jamaica, Norway, Hawai'i, Japan, India, and Brazil, wellness and travel journalist Annie Daly shares a diverse array of philosophies, lifestyles, and practices for better living.
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Nicolette Clara Iles / Hedge Witch
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What fictional world map would you display in your home?
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THE TWO TOWERS BY J. R. R. TOLKIEN
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Sky Baker may be openly gay, but in his small, insular town, making sure he was invisible has always been easier than being himself. Determined not to let anything ruin his senior year, Sky decides to make a splash at his high school’s annual beach bum party by asking his crush, Ali, to prom—and he has thirty days to do it.
What better way to start living loud and proud than by pulling off the gayest promposal Rock Ledge, Michigan, has ever seen?
Then, Sky’s plans are leaked by an anonymous hacker in a deeply homophobic e-blast that quickly goes viral. He’s fully prepared to drop out and skip town altogether—until his classmates give him a reason to fight back by turning his thirty-day promposal countdown into a school-wide hunt to expose the e-blast perpetrator.
But what happens at the end of the thirty days? Will Sky get to keep his hard-won visibility? Or will his small-town blues stop him from being his true self?
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