National Book Month 2012 Begins!

Oct 01

I am super excited about National Book Month. I intend to enjoy every minute of this month.  I have my basic supplies ready… One of my favorite comfy blankets, a mug for tea with a convenient rewritable book list reminder, my ever-so-warm-and-lovely button up slippers and three books to start me out—The Pale King by David Foster Wallace, Casual Vacancy...

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Clever Sign

Aug 08

Vancouver, B.C., originally uploaded by Literary Tourist. Now THIS is a place I would like to visit and eat at regularly. Yes,...

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Reading Postcards

May 21

I came across a page full of reading postcards. What fun! Once upon a time reading was so very esteemed in our society. Books were treasures. I know they still are but how did so many miss the memo? Just take a look at these charming book related postcards! To see more visit...

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A make believe world of books

Mar 08

How fun is this? A Slovakian artist, Matej Kren, created this…   You can visit his page to read more here. This display is called, “Scanner” and it is displayed at the MAMbo (Museo de Arte Morderna di...

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Say that you love me…

Mar 04

…with a book greeting card! =) What better way to say hello to a friend who loves books? A love who loves books? Than… an antique books greeting card…   You can buy it...

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Travel me storied…

Feb 03

I happened upon some lovely book-related things… a picture and a poem. I am not certain who wrote the poem, I found it in a book but it says it was written anonymously (I found out who it was, see below). I will share them both with you. I hope you like them. The poem: I’ve travelled [sic] the world twice over, Met the famous; saints and sinners, Poets...

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