Thursday, December 14, 2017

Books On Books : Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

This classic, haunting novel never seemed a reality for me until I started book blogging. When I joined Banned Books Week I was shocked at how many novels are trying to be kept from schools and in some cases even stores.

It makes some of the elements in this book a possibility. Every time I read this book I am touched by the message about the power of books. If you haven't read this yet bump it to the top of your list!

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Books On Books: The Clothing of Books by Jhumpa Lahiri

Recently one of my archived E-books had a cover change. I was really disappointed!! I loved the previous cover of the book. I didn't know that could happen with e-books.

So much of what I love about books usually has to do with the covers. Especially books I don't know anything about.

In The Clothing of Books we learn about the process of cover development from a writers point of view. It suprised me to learn that author's don't have full carte blanche when it comes to their covers.

Lahiri also shares her insight in how covers of books differ from country to country. Lahiri has a passion for books and covers that readers can really relate to.

A really nice essay.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

12 Days Day 10: A Fortnight Of Holiday Romance

I love to spend the last few weeks of December reading Holiday Romances. Though I don't generally like contemporay romances I love to read contemporary holiday romances. I also love reading historical romances.
Here are some of the books I will be reading this year: