A Little Lit & Adventure

trishahaddad:

Check out this highlight for Deep Green at Pages of Forbidden Love! 
http://www.pages-of-forbidden-love.com/2014/06/27/deep-green-promo/

trishahaddad:

Check out this highlight for Deep Green at Pages of Forbidden Love

http://www.pages-of-forbidden-love.com/2014/06/27/deep-green-promo/

Check out this highlight for Deep Green at Pages of Forbidden Love! 
http://www.pages-of-forbidden-love.com/2014/06/27/deep-green-promo/

Check out this highlight for Deep Green at Pages of Forbidden Love

http://www.pages-of-forbidden-love.com/2014/06/27/deep-green-promo/

“People all over the world are struggling against real problems, and I’m standing out here paralyzed with fear that some strangers might look my way when I walk in?”
from Deep Green, by Trisha Haddad (via trishahaddad)

(Source: amazon.com, via trishahaddad)

trishahaddad:

merlincamille:

trishahaddad:

"I tended to fall in love with characters in books. Most guys I went to school with were far too interested in sports or video games. How could they hold a candle to Mister Darcy’s intensity, Tom Joad’s ethics, Martin Eden’s passion, Caleb Trask’s struggle for goodness, or Edmond Dantes’ cunning intellect?”

omg this is perfect!!! the story of my life right there!!!!!!!!!

Deep Green by Trisha Haddad

trishahaddad:

merlincamille:

trishahaddad:

"I tended to fall in love with characters in books. Most guys I went to school with were far too interested in sports or video games. How could they hold a candle to Mister Darcy’s intensity, Tom Joad’s ethics, Martin Eden’s passion, Caleb Trask’s struggle for goodness, or Edmond Dantes’ cunning intellect?

omg this is perfect!!! the story of my life right there!!!!!!!!!

Deep Green by Trisha Haddad

"My apathy ran deep. I was on the verge of giving myself fully to despair but aware enough to realize I was standing on the precipice."

—Deep Green, by Trisha Haddad

"My apathy ran deep. I was on the verge of giving myself fully to despair but aware enough to realize I was standing on the precipice."

—Deep Green, by Trisha Haddad

"Why is no one coming to help? Why didn’t I run?" —Deep Green, by Trisha Haddad

"Why is no one coming to help? Why didn’t I run?" —Deep Green, by Trisha Haddad

"Social anxiety and general awkwardness, preferring books to interactions with real people…"

Re: Deep Green, in this interview at Dusty Pages:

http://sonnetodelldustypages.blogspot.de/2014/03/meet-writer-monday-presents_24.html

"Social anxiety and general awkwardness, preferring books to interactions with real people…"

Re: Deep Green, in this interview at Dusty Pages:

http://sonnetodelldustypages.blogspot.de/2014/03/meet-writer-monday-presents_24.html

"It hasn’t been the best month if my life, that’s true…" 
—Leah Taylor from Deep Green by Trisha Haddad

(In this character interview: http://barbarawinkes.blogspot.com/2014/03/wednesday-women-leah-taylor-by-trisha.html)

"It hasn’t been the best month if my life, that’s true…"
—Leah Taylor from Deep Green by Trisha Haddad

(In this character interview: http://barbarawinkes.blogspot.com/2014/03/wednesday-women-leah-taylor-by-trisha.html)

“In the external scheme of things, shining moments are as brief as the twinkling of an eye, yet such twinklings are what eternity is made of — moments when we human beings can say “I love you,” “I’m proud of you,” “I forgive you,” “I’m grateful for you.” That’s what eternity is made of: invisible imperishable good stuff.”
— Fred Rogers, The World According to Mister Rogers: Important Things to Remember (via scarlet-dancer)