We've all talked before about how important it is not to judge a book by it's cover ... and yet we go ahead and do it anyway. Those bold beautiful covers that make them stand out of a shelf and encourage us to investigate a bit closer.
I was hesitant about doing this topic today. I wasn't sure where to even begin.
But my parents always taught me to start at the beginning and work your way forward.
This week's topic is places in books I'd like to live. I suffer from some severe wanderlust at times and I love to travel but I also have dreams of living in one city for a few years before moving on to the next one and traveling round the world slowly and absorbing in all the sights and sounds of the world, so you can imagine that this topic fits right up my street.
I've been thinking about this post a lot and I've been brainstorming it, trying to get it right so I hope that I've got a good list here and that you find these book titles at least amusing.
A lot of the time I wish I had any job but the one I have. Does anyone else do that? Well, when I'm in a wishing mood I turn to literature. I escape into fantasy and I dream of the jobs that my characters have.
Each week we have a different topic and this week's topic is books that make me laugh out loud. I love to laugh at my books and my family always give me weird looks when I do.
I was a bit unsure how to approach this post. I would say that Green Yellow and Purple are some of the the colours that I would say are the most unusual to find on books. It took a lot of shelf hunting to find ten books that had those colours predominantly on the covers.
I was right on Sunday, Valentines day is well and truly on its way. This week Jana, from the brilliant That Artsy Reader Girl, has set us the topic this week of Valentines Day / Love Freebie.
I hope that you are all having a great Tuesday. Today is another look back at 2020 and all the books that I mean to read and I never did. There are a lot that I wanted to read, but I have managed to get it down to just ten … for now.
I don't normally do resolutions because there is not usually any achievement, or any end goal for my resolution or the change I want to make. But this year I'm trying to make it different. I'm trying to have rewards for achieving my goals to make myself more likely to achieve them.