Hello there everyone 🙂
On this fine Saturday I wanted to share some photography with you! Today they are all going to be book-related and I am sure you will have seen some of these on my instagram if you follow me there.
Without further ado, here they are! (They have all been watermarked because I share my images on Pinterest and wouldn’t want them to get stolen.)
The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski – a book I have read but never actually reviewed on here. I was at a hotel in Switzerland and decided it looked so nice resting on my bed covers beside me!
My Lunar Chronicles collection! I took this one on my shelf before I marathoned the series. Now I love them all and cannot wait for Winter to come out!
This the collection of three of the four books I have in the Gone series by Michael Grant. I took this one inside a tunnel at a park where I love to read. I just liked how it looked.
This is my faithful park bench called Bennie. If I want to read outside, you can usually find me on that bench with my books. Bennie has been good to me.
My blue book collection! I think this one speaks for itself.
This picture was made for the instagram book and a toy tag. It’s also my collection of Judy Blume books about growing up I received when I was 12. They’ll forever be remembered as part of the my pre-teenagerhood. Oh, and Deenie is still a favourite book of mine ^.^
That’s all for this post! I hope you liked the pictures :3
Blogiversary and Giveaway! Now, this is only a little bit of the blog post because I almost forgot it was going to be my blogiversary today! Can you believe that? I have been blogging for 2 years now and I almost forgot!
I am never good at remembering anniversaries and birthdays anyway 😛 I would make a list of people I would love to thank for commenting and being my friends, and those who helped me get started. But to be honest, I think you all know who you are and how much I love you 🙂 So this is for all of you guys!
Feel free to enter my paperback giveaway of the book The Beckoning of Gyanganj by Chandan Pathak! A romantic and mythical Indian mythology book. Open internationally, of course!
Olivia’s Question: Do you like doing photography as well?