Authorial Endeavor #029. The long awaited bookplates have arrived, and they’re as beautiful as promised! They feature Prissie and Koji, and the art’s by Anna Earley, my illustrator for the Threshold Series short stories. 153 more words
Now I may have just read this wrong but it looks like Meg Cabot is giving away autographed bookplates, bookmarks, flyers, AND postcards!
I don’t know about you but that sounds pretty good to me. 53 more words
A grateful thank-you to all my recent correspondents, although I’m not entirely sure how to take the remark that “viewing all those electronically unkempt bindings must have been unbearable for a person of sensitive disposition” (see last post). 1,376 more words
Since it was founded in 1847, the Glasgow School of Art’s Library has employed many designs of bookplate to designate ownership over its collections. Hardly anything is known about when these respective plates were used, or who designed them. 57 more words
Two summers ago I placed a phone call to a charity that gives books to hospitalized war vets. I told them I would be leaving approximately two hundred books in front of my house, tied in twine, ready to go. 477 more words