Archive for 'reading'

“Sometimes you just need to lay on the couch . . .”

#WeekendThoughts

Graphic: Sometimes you just need to lay on the couch, shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Between the pages . . .”

” . . . of a book is a wonderful place to be.” It most certainly is!

Graphic: "Between the pages of a book is a wonderful place to be," via LisaBerne.com

via Bookstr

 

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“Smart girls read romance”

Darn tootin’ we do. :)

Photo: "Smart girls read romance"

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What are you reading?

Do let me know. :)

Graphic: What are you reading? Via LisaBerne.com

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“What are you doing this weekend?”

Happy Friday, everyone! :)

Graphic: "What are you doing this weekend?" Shared via LisaBerne.com

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Internet scandal!

Apparently somebody’s publicly shared regarding an unorthodox reading habit: he cuts his books in half to lighten his load when he’s out and about but still wants to bring along his current read.

Photo: books cut in half

Some people are outraged, calling it book desecration. Others applaud, saying it’s a clever and pragmatic strategy.

Where do you stand on this controversial — even inflammatory — bookish question?

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“How long does it take you to fall in love?”
Graphic: "How long does it take you to fall in love?" Via Bookstr; shared via LisaBerne.com

via Bookstr

Or even sooner, if the book is really good. :)

 

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“My Reading Year”

This sums it up nicely.

Comic: "My Reading Year" by Tom Gauld, shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Reading romance”

Ha! So true.

Graphic: "Reading romance": shared via LisaBerne.com

via @OnFrolic on Twitter

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Bookworms!

Having been a bookworm for as long as I can remember, it’s amazing that I didn’t know this fascinating and slightly repulsive factoid.

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