1. Is it cheating to say I‘m a bibliophile who also happens to be a voracious reader? I love talking about books, being surrounded by books, thinking about books, reading books of course and, well generally everything about books.
2. I suppose one difference might be the distinction between reading books and collecting books and the degree to which someone engages in one or the either or both activities.
Happy Tuesday! Here are the #Two4Tuesday questions for today. Everyone is welcome to play!
📚 Definitely a Bibliophile!
📚📚 Not only do I read a lot, I collect books even though I already own more than I can read in my lifetime. Also, I love to talk about books and I find I must own my own copy of books I love. For these reasons I consider myself a Bibliophile.
Want to play? @Eggs @wanderinglynn @EadieB @TheAromaofBooks
I spent my weekend taping, priming and painting my office/library and I LOVE IT!!! So worth all the frustration lol And I have a shelf to fill with new books 😇
Not bad #readingchallange2022 book current read number 1️⃣9️⃣ of 5️⃣2️⃣ still chilling reading so more added later. This is using book breeze managed to find app with features I can use. http://www.bookbreeze.co/
A little messy, but working on our #LitsyLove buddy system!! ❤️📝📚 I will send them out later today! Sending a test email now! Let me know if you don‘t receive it. 😊
“Friends forever never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart.”
#BookReport & #WeeklyForecast
Alice‘s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes & Nocturnes ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
📖 In Progress
Alice in Wonderland and Philosophy - Finished the first two chapters.
Wormwood - Read six stories. Finishing this week.
The Bird Eater - Reading more this week.
The Blood Books Vol. 1 - Finished Blood Price
📚 Next Up
The Sandman Vol. 2: The Doll‘s House
Home from participating in this beautiful couples wedding on Saturday had a blast but home is beautiful… have so much to share will catch up with all tomorrow 🤗📖
Word of the day, I haven‘t heard of this before so looked it up and this is what I found:
Tyromancy is a form of magical divination which features the use of cheeses and their gradual maturing.
Different aspects such as the depth of the cheese, the type of mold, and the scent, can help predict different things. Other common practices involves melting two types of cheese together and asking a question about the future whilst doing so.
Ironically, I decided to go solo camping this weekend to get away and read, without even knowing this was happening. Got quite a bit done already, so here‘s what I hope for the rest of the week:
1.) Finish: Kaikeyi (#bookspin)
2.) Finish: Eleanor & Park
3.) Start & finish: Perfect Shot (#doublespin)
4.) Start: The Magdalen Girls (book club pick)
Hey everybody. So i havent really been active. Still trying to work out my meds. I mostly just care for my kids (get them to school), go back to sleep, and then go get kids from school. By that, I haven't felt like reading much. I want out of that. I would love some suggestions of some books, if you have any. Thanks in advance.
If u dont know me, I love Paranormal Romance & Fantasy.
Hey Littens. Thought I would share this video with u all. I was cruising through YouTube Land and hit a good one. If u are in need of a challenge, why dont u try Book Cover “Telelphone“ Challenge. Here is the link, if u are interested!
“Readers can get their hands on books for free and get paid to read them while WordsRated can produce more studies that will hopefully have an impact on publishing, writing and books as a whole."
Article about the program:
Good luck, Littens!
Saw this on Instagram, and I‘m surprised that this was life goals 🤔 I often sit alone in a cafe, eating a cake, drinking tea and reading a book. I‘m in my 40s so am “an older woman”, too? 🤷🏻♀️
Okay, for me, it would most definitely be The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon! It's one of my top five favorite books ever, and it's long enough that it should take me awhile to read it over and over! 😄📖💕
What book would YOU pick? 📚
1. The Lying Game by Ruth Ware
13 Best Horror Stories of All Time
2. The Ruins Not exactly as positive look at nature but…🤷🏻♀️
3. If reading in my car on my lunch break in order to depeople for 30 minutes counts, then It was The Lying Game on Friday.
Iced latte and orange & passionfruit cake by the lake 💕
Just a short scenic walk from my front door...
New future reading spot?? 😊
I‘m finally unboxing my latest craft supplies! I love the stamp bottom right for #litsylove! I‘ve got a lot of letters to catch up on! I‘m also looking forward to when we do paper crafts for #litsycrafters! @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Catsandbooks @curiouserandcurioser