Archive for 'reading'

“A Bookworm’s Belongings”

I feel very seen.

Graphic: "A Bookworm's Belongings," shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Evening Reading”

Isn’t this a lovely (and possibly perfect) image for Feelgood Friday?

Image: "Evening Reading" by Georg Vilhelm Pauli, shared via LisaBerne.com

via Helen Warlow on Twitter

The painting is Evening Reading by the Swedish painter Georg Vilhelm Pauli, 1884.

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“When you love books”

Yup.

Graphic: "When you love books," shared via LisaBerne.com

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My happy place

Maybe yours also . . . ?

Art: "Lookout" by Karen Hollingsworth

“Lookout,” by Karen Hollingsworth

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“Names for people who read a lot”

I am DEFINITELY an ink drinker. :)

Graphic: "Names for people who read a lot"

What about you?

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“They are HOME”

YES.

Graphic: "They are HOME," shared via LisaBerne.com

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What are you reading?

Anything you’re loving?

Illustration by Elisa Ferro

Artist: Elisa Ferro

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“When you finish a book . . .”

Ain’t it the truth.

Graphic: "When you finish a book," shared via LisaBerne.com

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Summer romance bingo!

Say the good folks from the wonderful Ripped Bodice bookstore: “Calling all romantic readers! It’s Summer Romance Bingo time again and we hope this can be something to bring a smile to your face during very difficult times! Downloadable pdf cards and rules are here. That’s also where you go to win PRIZES!”

 

Graphic: Summer Romance Bingo

Pssst . . . You May Kiss the Bride, The Laird Takes a Brideand The Bride Takes a Groom could fill the “Psychics” square. :)

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“Now that you are my bride . . .”

“. . . you will never leave this castle.” “Wow! Your library is amazing!” Now here’s the heroine for me!

Comic: "Fairytale lockdown" by Tom Gauld, shared via LisaBerne.com

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