I have a large collection of books and I am moving soon and sadly cannot take most of my books with me.
Thus the only option I see fit is a GIVEAWAY!!!
Here are the rules:
1: You do not need to follow me, but people who are following always have a higher chance of winning.
2: You must be comfortable with giving me your address if you do win(this information will NOT be given out to anyone).
3: When you reblog you are automatically entered.
4: Winners will be chosen at random off of the list of people who have reblogged.
5:if you win I will contact you & you can give me an overview for your tastes in books or you can let me choose a random book for you ❤
6: Before shipping the book I will let you know the name & if you have the book already I will choose another one.
There will be roughly 25-30 winners & you can win more than once. Most of these books are sci-fi, fantasy, fiction, short stories, & manga. Don’t worry, no Twilight, no 50 Shades!!!
I will pay for everything, so do not worry about any costs to you.
I have more books than in this picture alone.
Giveaway will end on July 1, 2013.
This is the greatest thing I have ever seen. People do not understand that mental illnesses, such as depression, are actual chemical imbalances in your body. They are not brought on by choice. My dad was diagnosed with depression. He was so ashamed of it that he hid it from me and my brothers. A month later, he killed himself. The stigma that comes with mental illness made my Dad embarrassed to talk to his own kids about this problem because he felt like less of a man.
Erase the stigma. The more we talk about mental illness, the less likely it will end in suicide.
The Queen’s College Library, Oxford. Although a library has existed since the college’s foundation in 1340-1 the upper “baroque” library was built between 1692-5, it is considered by many to be one of the finest rooms in Oxford university. Some of the woodcarving is attributed to Thomas Minnand Son, whilst James Hands did most of the elaborate plaster-work on the ceiling. Originally there were intended to be painted panels but Thomas Roberts finished the room in 1756 with rococo plaster work. There are stained glass portraits of Henry 1V, Charles II and Catherine of Braganza. (by Martin Beek)