Archive for 'books'

“If turning pages is considered exercise . . .”

Not to brag, but I’m Olympic level. :)

Image: t-shirt: "If turning pages is considered exercise, then yes, I work out all the time"

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Bookish punning!

Or . . . punningly bookish. I’m not going to admit just how much time I spent poring over this fabulous image (and chuckling to myself), but . . . Isn’t it delightful??

Artwork: bookish punning by Jelly Armchair

Artwork by Jelly Armchair. Via Helen Warlow on Twitter

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Bookish art!

I absolutely adore this painting!

A book-themed painting by Valentin Rekunenko

Artist: Valentin Rekunenko. Via Helen Warlow on Twitter

Although I’m just a tiny bit concerned about that cat in the upper left-hand corner . . .

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What are you reading?

Inquiring minds want to know! Mine does for sure. Pop by my Facebook page and let me know! :)

Graphic: What are you reading? Via LisaBerne.com

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“Some useful new words for readers”

I am, I believe, most prone to Buchendschmerz and Stapelschuldgefühl.

Comic: "Some New Words for Readers" by Tom Gauld

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#100DaysOfGreatBooks!

Happy Saturday, friends! I’m SUUUUUUUPER excited to be featured in Read A Romance Month‘s #100DaysOfGreatBooks today! You’re cordially invited to take a look — you’ll learn about the most courageous thing I’ve ever done, why I write romance, fellow authors whose work I love . . . PLUS a sneak peek at the cover of my next book, Engaged to the Earl, the fourth in the Penhallow Dynasty series . . . AND a title reveal for the 5th book!

Click here to check it out.

Graphic: "A masterful Regency debut . . . A sheer delight." -Kirkus Reviews (starred) for You May Kiss the Bride by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

 

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“Anyone else think the movie was better?”

This made me laugh. Happy Monday, friends!

Comic: "Book club bouncer"

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Monday giveaway!

Mondays can be tough, so I thought a giveaway would be fun! What book would you like to win? Let me know on my Facebook page, and on Friday I’ll choose two winners via Random.org!

Graphic: "Giveaway! What do you want to win?" via Lisa Berne

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“I’m going to that book sale”

 

This really speaks to me.Image: laughing emoji

Meme: "I'm going to that book sale"

via Bookstr

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Mr. Darcy or Professor Bhaer?

If you’re a fan of both Little Women and Pride and Prejudice, as I am, you may find this article by Clare Church, “Let’s Stop Romanticizing Mr. Darcy When There Are Way Better Options in Literature,” of great interest. She makes some thought-provoking points about kindness, personal growth, and a heroine’s choice. 

Leaving us with a fun/difficult question: if you had to choose, which hero would it be?

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