From time to time I get questions regarding the books I have here on the shelves in my office. When I first set up the office, I decided to limit the books I placed in this room to those on the topics of decorating, gardening, cooking and crafting. In the past I’ve occasionally created a post where I took pictures and shared my latest finds. Those posts take a really long time to create and unfortunately end up buried in the archives.
Recently, someone left a comment asking when I’d be doing another book post. I had been thinking one was long overdue. That question gave me a great idea. I love books and I love sharing them with you. In fact, when I was sending out a weekly newsletter, I always ended it with a decorating/gardening/crafting/cooking book I was currently enjoying. I know many of you enjoyed that from the comments I received.
So here’s my idea: A few of times a week I’ll create a short post sharing a decorating, gardening, crafting or cookbook I have and like, with a bit of info about it and a link to where you can find additional information on Amazon. I mostly buy decorating and gardening books so the e-mails will probably lean more heavily in that direction. These posts won’t take the place of my regular posts, those will still be here for you, too.
The post will always be short with just a bit of info about what I liked about the book and they will always go up on a non-party day since I don’t want to post on top of our Metamorphosis Monday or Tablescape Thursday party.
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I can’t tell you how excited I am about this. I love books so much, all kind of books! And I love sharing them with you!