Book Love

I don’t know what it is about books that makes me swoon. I just can’t help it. I’m sure kindles are great and all but I love being able to flip a page and hold it in my hands, feel the weight of it… Uh. Steal my heart every time.

College was evil and stole all my time of reading for pleasure, now I mostly like to look at picture books because it takes zero brain power. Here are a few (dozen…) books that I would love to spend my time reading through.

Kate Spade New York: Things We Love

I’m Awkward You’re Awkward by Shelby Abbott

Maddie On Things by Theron Humphrey

Bon Appetit by Jessie Hartland

Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Band

Home Love by Megan Morton

Little Book of Lettering by Emily Gregory

You’re Awesome: 21 Crafts to Make You Happy by Abbey Hendrickson

The Newlywed Kitchen by Lorna Yee & Alie Basye

And I would also love to get my hands on Molly Wizenberg’s book and A Beautiful Mess’s books when they come out… I’m afraid I’m going to have to wait awhile for those three though….


4 Comments on “Book Love”

  1. Bonnie says:

    I knew there was SOMETHING I liked about you! ;)

  2. Great list! I hope you don’t mind I stole a few and shelved them onto my “to read” list. I hear what you’re saying about feeling the weight of the book in your hand. My mother bought me a nook for christmas last year and to be honest, I rarely use it (shhh dont tell!). I find myself finding a paperback cheaper on amazon and waiting to get it even though on my nook I can pay the $12 and have it instantly. I would much rather have a book in my hands than an e reader.

  3. Vickie Renken says:

    I am with you, I love books!

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