Archive for 'reading'

Yay! The Romance of Reading

Tomorrow! I’ll be a guest host at the Romance of Reading group on Facebook!

Graphic: The Romance of Reading, shared via LisaBerne.com

I’m in some amazing company!

It’s one of the nicest and most interesting groups around, and I’m looking forward to some fun bookish chat and some lovely giveaways I’ve got planned. Stop by if you can. Not a member? Ask to join. Their admins are speedy-quick. :)

Oh, and here’s a quick glimpse of one of my giveaways . . .

Photo: Penhallow Dynasty series by Lisa Berne (Avon Books)

All four books in my Penhallow Dynasty series!

See you tomorrow, I hope!

 

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“Heart, come read with me”

Yes indeed — that’s reading!

Comic: "Heart, come read with me"

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“I have invented a new sport”

Not to brag, but I’m a black belt too. :)

Graphic: "I have invented a new sport" - shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Things book lovers do”

I feel so SEEN. :)

Comic: "Things book lovers do"

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“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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