Hey there, Friends!
This month’s freebie is in celebration of the upcoming release of A Court of Frost and Starlight! It’s a Velaris design.
My thought is, if I ever get a chance to meet Sarah J Maas again, I want to get this printed on an acrylic block and have her sign it as herself and as the Inner Circle. Is that weird? Oh, well…
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Anyway, I’ve also uploaded this to my Redbubble store, so if you want to purchase it as a shirt or anything else, it can be done so through there!
I can’t remember where I saw this quote, but I immediately fell in love with it.
Similar to the “Books are Proof that Humans Can Work Magic” graphic that I made, I used this graphic similarly in that I printed it and had my favorite authors sign it at Shameless Book Con.
This printable would be a great addition to a gallery wall in your library if you print it on cardstock and frame it, or you could have it printed on some blank greeting cards, put it on a bookmark, or make a signing board out of it!
Anyway, I hope you enjoy!
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Let me know if you end up using this! I’d love to see pictures!
Ever since I saw this quote in relation to fandoms, I knew I needed this as a bookmark.
If you aren’t familiar with the term “ship”, here is a definition of its usage in this particular situation from good ole Wikipedia:
Shipping, initially derived from the word relationship, is the desire by fans for two or more people, either real-life people or fictional characters (in film, literature, television etc.) to be in a relationship, romantic or otherwise. It is considered a general term for fans’ emotional involvement with the ongoing development of a relationship in a work of fiction. Shipping often takes the form of creative works, including fanfiction and fan art, most often published on the internet.
Here is the artwork! Print it on cardstock, color it in or leave it as it is, cut it out, and stick it in a book.
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After joking around with @2booktwins over on Twitter (Book Twins Reviews also happens to be one of my favorite book blogs, BTdubs), I decided to stop being productive at work and design a dream t-shirt in honor of my obsession with Lance from Pucked Off by Helena Hunting.
I know there are several more Lance fans out there, so I’m giving you guys the graphic that you can use however you please.
I subscribe to a few ebook deal websites — which has become more of a problem than anything else because my Kindle is full of books I will never finish reading even if I were to read one book per hour per day for the rest of my existence. #overdramatic
Anyway, I actually tend to ignore all the books except for the free ones in those emails unless there was a book that is on my TBR ASAP list available for a great price. I still manage to end up with, like, 5 per week.