Archive for 'books'

“The problem with reading a good book . . .”

Truth!

Graphic: "The problem with reading a good book"

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“It takes a library to raise a child”

My childhood in a nutshell.

Illustration: "It takes a library to raise a child"

The artists who created this glorious illustration are Trindles & Read. More about them here.

 

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“Some bibliotypes”

I am NOT a bibliophobe, a biblioklept, a biblioriptos, or (shudder) a biblioclast . . .

Graphic: "Some bibliotypes"

via @retroculturati on Twitter

. . . although I AM a bibliophile and, I hope, a bibliosopher. :)

 

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HURRAY

How we authors feel when a manuscript is DONE and off to the copyeditor . . .

Graphic: HURRAY, shared via LisaBerne.com

. . . In my case, The Redemption of Philip Thane. :)

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Bookwheel!

For those of us who like to read more than one book at a time!

Image: Bookwheel, shared via LisaBerne.com

Via @HaggardHawks on Twitter: “Invented by the Italian engineer Agostino Ramelli in 1588, a bookwheel is a rotating library.”

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“Whoa . . . Why are you glowing?”

Who else can relate to this?

Comic: "Whoa ... Why are you glowing," shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Dead trees with tattoos”

Well, that’s one way of looking at it!

Graphic: "Books are just dead trees with tattoos," shared via LisaBerne.com

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Are you a BookBubber?

Or a BookBubblier? A BookBubby? What I mean is, are you on BookBub? It’s a great place to discover new reads and also score amazing deals.

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Please feel free to follow me there! You’ll be alerted when any of my books are on sale.

Graphic: The Penhallow Dynasty by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

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“When you reach a conflict in a book…”

Yes!

Graphic: "When you reach a conflict in a book," shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Bookish problem #111”

In a perfect world . . .

Comic: "Really wishing that reading books burned as many calories as exercising," shared via LisaBerne.com

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