Since last week I took a break this week is a double… plus chapter 9 is shorter. Next week… will be a chaper introducing a new main character, so don’t be surprised if you don’t recognize the new player in the mix. :)Blog a novel: the Weaver chapter 8 & 9
I somehow managed to convince three separate people the best gift for me is a Chapters gift certificate. Not intentionally or by them asking but simply because they know how much I Love to read and know how much money I can spend there and know how much I would Love that as a present.…… Continue reading What is so awesome about Christmas this year is that…
stephmoore: I also want this book shelf!! #wantit #needit #havetohaveit #ilovebooks #booklover #books #ilovemusic #musiclover #music #trebleclef #bookshelf #coolbookshelves (Taken with Instagram) Cool! Somehow I think this would end up as a catshelf instead of a bookshelf in my house.
Sorry for the delay… it did not post here when it should have. So noticing it, I have made the link today.Blog a novel: the Weaver chapter 7
rashidapoehler: yuleriots: worth 11 seconds of my time every single time. Okay… that serious made my day.
venetianassassin: Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, better known as Sandro Botticelli May 17, 1510) was an Italian painter of the Early Renaissance. He belonged to the Florentine school under the patronage Lorenzo de’ Medici, a movement that Giorgio Vasari would characterize less than a hundred years later as a “golden age”, a thought, suitably enough, he expressed…… Continue reading
rcruzniemiec: Through the Misty Air Adam Dobrovits
pinterest That would be my number one expense for sure. But then being as it is freezing outside my mind says ‘but, baby, its cold outside’ and then the reply is ‘well there is always ‘Amazon Kindle’… and then magically I have several more books to read.
bookmania: from The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd Hmmm… true, but no one looks. They fear someone will look back.
themagicfarawayttree: odin, norse pagan god with ravens by tudor humphries I love norse mythology. I love mythology in general… who does not love stories about gods? Where the gods are even more flawed than we are and when we chance upon them it never fairs well for us… which rather makes sense. Anyway I think we do project upon…… Continue reading
sciencesoup: The Illusion of Separation “A human being is a part of the whole called by us ‘the universe,’ a part limited in time and space,” wrote Einstein in 1950. “He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separate from the rest—a kind of optical illusion of consciousness.” It’s a brilliant and fascinating perspective,…… Continue reading
thegetty: Curse tablets were used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to inflict pain on thieves and rivals in politics, athletics, domestic disputes, and affairs of the heart. Wonder who incurred the wrath of this author? http://bit.ly/TWi10m Curse Tablet, about 100 B.C., found in Morgantina, Sicily. Lead, 3 11/16 x 1 13/16 in. (9.4 x 4.6 cm). Museo Archeologico Regionale…… Continue reading
curiouslyunfeeling: “I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” Jorge Luis Borges I hope so! Hmm… will I be going to paradise would be the next issue.
fromwithinabook: High-res → This was my first book sculpture, inspired by the decreasing demand for books due to the rise in eReaders and the use of technology.
adanvc: “The Tetons—Snake River” Wyoming, 1942. by Ansel Adams I love Ansel Adams… this has always been one of my favorites.
elinka: alps reflections b&w By mariusz kluzniak
whiteless: On Geierhaupt (2417m) (by S_Peter)
I can’t even pass a book stand let alone a book store… I think to myself well sure there is no real selection but I’m low on books so maybe there is something to tide me over. Now that is addiction. lol