Thursday, 9 January 2014

January 9th. A picture paints a thousand words....what does your book shelf Say?




If a picture paints a thousand words, what does your book shelf say about you?
It's 11.55pm and I have 5 minutes left to complete today's blog post and not break my New Years resolution, so this will be a quicky!!
So back to my book shelf. I have to make it clear that 3 of these books (guess which ones) are borrowed from a friend. the same friend in fact who sat thumbing through the book on vibrators ticking off which device she owned!!!  Obviously I shall be discreet and not mention the friends name!!
As for the 'How to write a dirty story,' book, yes, I will own up to that one.  I have yet to start writing but never say never.
Book shelf number 2 tomorrow.

8 comments:

  1. I think I have that one, too, although I have not written any fiction lately. My latest books have all been spiritual or metaphysical. But I have so many they are on the shelves, on the counter, on the chair... :)

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  2. You know.... I have book one and just can't get past the writing. LOL Never finished it, and probably never will. My book shelf mostly has industry related books - and a ton from James Patterson and Dean Koontz. Hmmmm, wonder what that says about me. LOL

    Eydie :)

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    1. I got half way through book 2, skipped through the rude bits as was bored by then. You certainly didn't miss much.

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  3. LOL ... did you ever get to read those 3? My bookshelf contains mostly romances (contemporary ones) and reference books ... no shade of grey yet. :D

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  4. I didn't bother after reading the first book. I'd like the money she made from them! My shelf has mainly history, biography and cook books.

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  5. I started reading 50 Shades, but couldn't get into it =/ Your friend sounds impressive!

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  6. What is funny is that, since we lived in the Caribbean, we keep very few actual books. Almost everything we read in my house is on Kindle.

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