Booklr Questions – Hardbacks or paperbacks?

Hardbacks or paperbacks? Both hardback and paperback books have their pros and cons, and I like having both in my library. When it comes to buying books, I tend toward the cheapest option. I scour discount and used book stores, getting many of my reads for as little as a dollar. The one type of Read More …

#OurProject52 – Negative Space

Negative space isn’t something that comes naturally to me when I take photos. This is probably because I like closeups so much.  I’d much rather take fill my frame with the subject, than leave empty space, so this was a great exercise for me. I’ve been doing a lot of book photography lately for my Read More …

Booklr Question – What’s your favorite book?

What is your favorite book? Picking a favorite book has to be one of the hardest things ever. I know lots of people who would equate this question to choosing a favorite child, but since i don’t have any I can’t tell you if that’s true.  More often than not, I’m likely to tell you Read More …

Book It – Reading is Romance

I have used affiliate links for the books in this post. Another month into my goal of doing more reading this year, and I’m making good progress on checking things off the 2015 Reading List from PopSugar. But more than that, I’m discovering again just how much I love to read. Finished Books Only a Read More …

Booking It- A Year of Reading

One of the things I am wanting to accomplish this year is to do a little more reading. It’s something I have always loved – even further back than my “Book It” days. I miss Book It. They need a Book It program for adults, where if you read a certain amount, you get something Read More …