On Books and More
How neat is this? Someone took a line from The Orchid Affair and turned it into a poster!
That’s Eloise speaking, as she examines the book stalls by the Seine. Huge thanks to Charis for bringing the link to my attention!
Meanwhile, elsewhere on the internet, you can find me over at Confessions of a Librarian in Training, talking about favorite ice cream flavors, karaoke, and more– and there’s a give away! If you have friends who have been wanting to start the Pink series, there’s a copy of The Secret History of the Pink Carnation up for grabs.
How gratifying is it to have an admirer memoralize your own words? I saw this on Facebook and just couldn’t leave it alone. That is one of many things my sterile Kindle cannot do. When I open up an ancient volume and inhale, it just smells like history. I have also found it amusing to peruse a book and examine a previous reader’s liner notes and highlights. Even more amusing and perhaps off-putting is to find mysterious stains and (gasp) old food particles compressed between the pages. (Be honest – how many of us have munched on something over a book we are reading?
Ooh pretty! That would make such a pretty poster.
Lovely poster, which reminds me to inquire again about Pink Carnation mugs. The offerings from the Purple Plumeria release which went to some very lucky people would certainly be bought and cherished by your many fans. Also, the cards for each book on the countdown to the release would make perfect mugs. How wonderful they would be for holiday gift giving – mugs to those who already read the Pink series – a book and mug to get some new readers started. Any chance this could happen? As you can see, I am definitely a huge fan!