because what you use to mark your place is as important as what you're reading.

Monday, September 27, 2010

World Without End by Ken Follett

From Katy:


This book is a good argument for a
Kindle. Which sadly circumvents the need for bookmarks, but makes lugging around a giant, hardback book obsolete. It's hard to know how to feel. Heh.

It's true!

Friday, September 24, 2010

The Tower, The Zoo and The Tortoise by Julia Stuart

I've been trying to read a few books in the past few weeks (Super Sad True Love Story and The Four Fingers of Death to name two) and just can't get into them. So now I'm trying this, hopefully it will be good!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Woodstock, Three Days That Rocked The World (edited by Mike Evans and Paul Kingsbury).

Last night I watched a great show on VH1 Called Woodstock: Now and Then. Today I checked this out at the library - it's a great book, full of all kinds of pictures and great stories. It's also a very heavy book, if you get it, bring a strong bag. The bag I brought was rather flimsy and I was afraid it would rip.

This bookmark was made for me by my sister Chelsea at least 15 years ago. It's counted cross stitch and very artsy, homespun and cool...perfectly fitting with Woodstock.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney

Because there is nothing cooler than using a picture of your 7th grade self in your gym uniform as a bookmark.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

The Passage by Justin Cronin

I got this card in Park City, Utah, in 1996. I don't know why but I've held on to it all these years. And yes, it's blurry, but I didn't realize it until I uploaded it because I'm not wearing my glasses, sorry.

Sunday, June 20, 2010