Posts tagged bookporn


In no particular order here are my ten with their English titles.

(Inspired by this post by bookporn)

From top to bottom:

Timo K. Mukka: The Earth is a Sinful Song

Karl Ove Knausgård: A Time for Everything

Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights

Robert Graves: Claudius the God

Aldous Huxley: A Brave New World

J. R. R. Tolkien: Silmarillion

Gerald Durrell: My Family & Other Animals

Antal Szerb: Journey by Moonlight

Robert Capa: Slightly Out of Focus

And my all time favorite, House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

audaria-deactivated20140214 asked:

I've been following you for a few weeks now, and I wanted to send you a word of gratitude. During the years, I had somehow lost my way to books, Internet is so everywhere, it can become everything; I didn't even realised I missed books. But with every post, you've given me the love back. The love that I used to have for books, for words, for libraries and for all the people who love to read. So thank you, it's not much in the face of what I regained, but it's sincere. <3

bookporn answered:

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!

Your message is beautiful and inspiring.

Thank you for your lovely words, you gave a whole new meaning to what we do, to our love for this blog, literature, books and words.

From the bottom of my heart: Thank you!

Recieve a heartfelt hugs.

I can’t even express how this message made me feel <3

Bettie Page Bookporn (&#8216;= I want to cry from happiness &lt;3 &lt;3 &lt;3

Bettie Page Bookporn (‘= I want to cry from happiness <3 <3 <3

Anonymous asked:

Are you the leader/primary reblogger of Bookporn?

Ok, that sounds a bit like


The creator and founder of Bookporn is the always fabulous Bookpornographist *bows*

He is our leader (please read that with alien voice).

Then there’s Okjol and Frá Sjó. Lovely contributors.

And then there’s me.


Yes, I’m the one to blame of most of the reblogs and posts. (=


Why do you want to know and… why anonymous?

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