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The butterfat milkshake. World’s highest fat content. (Because milkshakes weren’t fattening enough.).

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Yes barefoot and in her robe at the Starbucks. Keepin’ it classy, Vegas.

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The kids at the Delta Academy gave me bubble gum for coming to visit them today! They did their research ;)

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I got this, @rachelkvincent!! #excited

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These gorgeous fall days are one of the things I love most about the Northwest. Gotta take advantage while we can!

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My favorite time of year…

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hypable:

The Body Electric is the latest novel from New York Times Best Selling author Beth Revis. In this new interview with Hypable, Beth talks about her inspiration behind the novel and where it all comes from.

From Beth Revis

One of the most common questions an author is asked is, “where does your inspiration come from?” It is also one of the most difficult questions for an author to answer. Inspiration comes from everywhere. From random things we see on television, from weird dreams, from travel, from conversations with our mom or a stranger or ourselves.

But mostly, inspiration comes from questions. “What if?” is the most important question an author can ask. “What if an orphan boy found out he was a wizard?”Harry Potter. “What if a group of kids had to fight to the death in an arena?” The Hunger Games. “What if a girl woke up early from cryogenic freezing?” Across the Universe, my first novel. “What if you could alter people’s memories?” The Body Electric, my most recent novel, out October 6.

So if I find myself in need of inspiration, I seek out things that will make me ask “what if?” Sometimes this is travel — envisioning the Mediterranean island of Malta gave me the setting for The Body Electric. More often, though, I find information from stories. Books, movies, anime, graphic novels — all of this inspires me, directly or not, because the stories tend to spin off as questions in my mind.

Read more at Hypable.com

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Unmarked by Kami Garcia: Desktop Wallpapers

novelnoviceya:

UNMARKED by @KamiGarcia: Desktop Wallpapers @thenovl -

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To celebrate our October Book of the Month, Unmarked by Kami Garcia, we have some exclusive desktop wallpapers for you to enjoy! As always, click to view full-size, then right-click to save. (If you wish to share these, we ask that you only post thumbnails & link back here for the full-size images. Thanks!)

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And in case you missed it, here’s our October desktop wallpaper calendar:

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mundiemoms:

Check out the cover for @authorjlarmentrout’s FALL WITH ME I revealed this morning on @grownupbookreviews http://www.grownupbookreviews.blogspot.com/2014/10/fall-with-me-by-jennifer-l-armentrout.html?m=1 #coverreveal @kpsimmon

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girlsinthestacks:

Happy October!  What’s everyone reading this weekend?  Here’s our list!

The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord

Deacon by Kristen Ashley

Here I Go Again by Jen Lancaster

Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer

Atlantia by Ally Condie

Reblogged from Girls in the Stacks