Hello from Carolyn! Now that winter is here for most hemispheres, how are you? In honour of my birthday November 18th and of Jesus’: here is an activity for prizes I dreamed up awhile ago. It’s for everyone, world wide. If you don’t enter, comment along with us. Blog subscribers (new welcomed), group challengers, Goodreads contacts… you’re in! This is easy, whether you blog or not.
I read physical books only. Most of you enjoy a variety of formats. I have looked forward to this event especially, because I wonder what your stashes look like. Where do you put them? How tipsy are your piles? What fun it will be, to see! For an entry into my prize draw, just do this.
(1) Photograph one of your book piles, two, or more!
(2) Write a description in your blog and give that URL here, listing how we’re connected (which challenges, subscribed to this blog, etc).
* If you aren’t a blogger, leave your picture and description at my “Gentle Spectrums” group on Goodreads. It was made exactly for that. You can still come back here to cheer and comment.
* If you no longer have physical books, or a physical music collection; share something else you have in abundance. For instance, some of my photographs show celebrity perfumes. Maybe you collect dolls, stamps, hockey cards, musical instruments, matchbox cars, or have a wonderful group of plants. I adore plants. Show me your shampoos and conditioners, or food pantry if you have to. We love a peek at how our peers live and might as well admit it!
I’ll draw on Wednesday, December 10th. I can’t wait to see your photographs. Don’t forget the hostess! I’m on pins & needles for your reactions to my photos and stories too. Q:-)=
(1) My “to be read” pile on a dresser. This is the pile slated within a few months.
(2) Many of this winter’s hopefuls were safer being stacked on our bedroom floor.
(3) A bedroom shelf; the bottom two Ron’s, the top two mine. My second shelf wasn’t photographed! Atop this whole shelf, used to be a gorgeous jade. The novels there are precarious. Below them? I shudder to tell you… there is a third pile behind the two rows you see!