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Lately, though, in ways she couldn’t properly explain, things had begun to change. She woke at night sometimes with an inexplicable tugging in her soul; a desire, like hunger, but for what she couldn’t say. Dissatisfaction, longing, a deep and yawning absence, but no idea of how to fill it. No idea of what it was she missed. — Kate Morton, The Distant Hours (via anditslove)
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In Japanese, tsundoku means, “the act of buying books and not reading them, leaving them to pile up.”
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Snowy Owl Would Rather Be Reading (by Johanna Wright)