I opened a book…

I remember I saw this on another blog and really liked it. Then, when I saw it again on Pinterest
I knew I just had to share it with my fellow book lovers.

It is brilliant!

On a personal note, we opened up our cottage for the season on the long weekend.  As my internet hasn’t been hooked up yet for the summer, I was four days offline.  This is what I came home to:

With 541 emails to attend to, it might take me a while to catch up.

Your patience is very much appreciated.

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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23 Responses to I opened a book…

  1. Hey Great Blog.. you may also like our blog on ways of spending this book lovers day.. check it out here https://vivabooksindia.wordpress.com/2018/08/09/book-lovers-day-celebrate-your-love-for-books/
    Keep Reading and Blogging!!

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  2. Effie Carayannis says:

    This is so sweet, I absolutely love it 🙂

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  3. It always amazes me how many examples you find for this meme! I love Tammy Cohen’s books and I’ve read The Broken but the one that has lingered longest is The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend which was unlike my usual types of read but so very appealing!

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  4. What a great little poem! Thank you for sharing and it actually sounds like you are more behind in email reading than I–HA! So, Lynne, Grab a cup and the pup and set the puter churning, then lift the book, correct the specs, and start the pages turning!

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  5. Kathy Lauren says:

    Hi Lynne, My husband and I just returned from Nova Scotia, our first visit, and I am officially in love with Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. We stayed at White Point for a week before traveling to PEI. Love Halifax, fun shopping and seeing the beautiful library (stacked books architecture). We plan to return sometime in the future.

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    • Wonderful to hear! I’m so glad you liked our beautiful province. Come back again when the weather is warmer, or when the leaves turn beautiful in the autumn. I’m pleased you got a chance to visit the new Halifax library. I’m proud to say that I catalogued most of the fiction books on the fifth floor.

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  6. carhicks says:

    I love this poem. It says so much. I am glad you will have the opportunity to enjoy your summer at your cottage. That was how I felt when I got home from Ireland/Scotland. I had to just delete some, I was gone for 18 days. Take you time, make sure you get some reading time in.

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  7. It’s awesome. One of my students gave me this a couple of years ago. It’s been stuck on my classroom wall ever since. Thanks for sharing again 🙂

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  8. Love this – and I’d not come across it before so thank you for sharing it!

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  9. D.Buchelli says:

    I’m so glad you shared this. It’s beautifully written and tugged at my heartstrings. ^_^

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  10. I had not seen this, and I LOVE it! Thanks for sharing it! ♥️

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  11. Mama Cass says:

    Reblogged this on Aspen Tree Book Reviews and commented:
    Love this and had to share with my fellow booklovers!

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  12. Thanks. This is the first time I’ve seen it!

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  13. OlaG says:

    It’s a really cool little poem and I’m glad you shared it! 🙂

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  14. mrbooks15 says:

    It is! I think I came across this on Facebook as well at some point.

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