#38 A Book Lover's Map. How many locations can you recognise? (You may need to enlarge the picture.)
Some pictures which caught my eye. If you have any you'd like to see here, email email@example.com and and we'll 'hang' them in the Gallery!
#37 & #40 Sylvia's Menorca holiday snaps. Looks like Heaven.
Colin meeting Edward Rutherford and getting his book, Paris, signed at our local bookshop last night.
Thanks Jaywalker I suppose the beret is in keeping.
#35 Now this is a bookstore! Follow the link:
|#33 What do you think of this for a travelling bookshop?|
|#31 I spent all afternoon rearranging my books. Do you like the effect? lol|
|#26 Brisbane Bookfest.......and this is just one section!||Now, That's a book sale!|
|#28 Now. this kind of exercise appeals!|
|#27 A prize winning Yorkshire bookshop in Thirsk, home of James Herriot and ‘All Creatures Great and Small’|
|#26 Found this while looking for something else! Dickens’ house in Broadstairs in Kent.|
|#25 My Xmas wishlist...lol|
|#21 Last year, Iran Cartoons organized an international contest for single-panel cartoons on the theme of reading. Some of the submissions were dark and sarcastic, others optimistically inspiring. Some were make-you-think obtuse, others pleasantly straightforward. Here is the winner. It's just brilliant!|
|#20 Advice to authors|
|#19 Gives bedtime reading a whole new dimension!|
|#18 - Sylvia's library - lol|
|#15 Can you relate to this?|
|#14 Shakespeare in the Park at Sandgate - Henry V - The blue banners signify that we are in France. It was extremely well staged and some actors had multiple roles. So much for them to learn!|
|#12 Courtesy of Jaywalker - And here we all are…Colin and I bottom right.|
|#10 Courtesy of Sylvia - I suppose the photo does give you an impression of the house's isolation!||[Unfortunately, I wasn't able to 'crop' these photos in pdf mode]|
|#9 Courtesy of Jaywalker: Another photo from my albums - the Dickens birthplace museum in Portsmouth.|
|Enough said! #8|
|Courtesy of Jaywalker: This is the back of the house. The front is fairly hidden by trees. You can see where the extension was added and the door into Virginia’s bedroom. Someone now lives in the upstairs area which you can’t visit.|
|Courtesy of Jaywalker: This is the other side of her bedroom. The fireplace tiles and lamp are by Vanessa.|
Courtesy of Jaywalker: This is one I took in Virginia Woolf's bedroom/writing room which she had built on to the side of their country home, Monks House, near Rodmell.
|Story of my life|
|Karl Lagerfeld has launched a new perfume, Paper Passion: The scent of of 'freshly printed books'. |
We like the sound of that!
Isn't this true!