There are eighteen different cards to pick from, beginning with the greeting "in my book..." and conclude with lines such as "you're novel", "you're top shelf." Robin K. Blum, creator of the company, said the double-entendres are only one more example of the cards serving double duty.
These are high-quality cards, just perfect to send to another book lover, or keep for yourself.
Check them out at Inmybook.com, or here.
And, I have three of them to give away. Email me at Lesa.Holstine@gmail.com. Your subject line should say, "Win Inmybook." Please include your name and mailing address. Entries from the U.S. and Canada will be accepted this time. And, I'll end the contest on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. CT.
If you don't want to order bookmarks, you might want to talk about your TBR pile (although, I need a stack of bookmarks to go in the books in my TBR pile). What are you reading right now? What's sitting beside your regular reading spot?
I admit I read multiple books at a time, and then I take whatever book I'm closest to finishing to work with me to read at lunch. It's Sunday, so I'm reading six of them, but I'll be finishing Kathy Aarons' Death is Like a Box of Chocolates today. My sister gave it high marks. I'm also reading Michael Sloan's The Equalizer. I loved the television show. I'm thinking about seeing the movie next weekend. I just received Betty Webb's latest Lena Jones mystery, Desert Rage. I've barely started it. I have Garth Stein's A Sudden Light. Diane Chamberlain's The Silent Sister looks intriguing. And, I have Frances Mayes' memoir Under Magnolia. She's appearing at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville in a couple weeks.
So, take your pick. You can enter the contest. You can share what you're reading. Or you can do both! Lazy Sundays are for hitting that TBR pile in my opinion. Tell us what you're reading today.