Friday at B & N : 43/365

Continuing the Friday fun theme, make a photo that goes with the title of a book you’ve read.

I am reading a great book on my Kindle but I spent most of my time today, trying to find the right Valentine’s card for Tuvia and downloading books to my Kindle as I read through the samples.

What a great way to spend a few hours.

Categories: A Photo A Day 365/2010, NaBloPoMo January '10, The Daily Shoot | Tags: , , | 5 Comments

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5 thoughts on “Friday at B & N : 43/365

  1. I’m jealous of your big bookstore. Our local one was teeny, but went out of business the beginning of the year 😦 I miss it.

  2. It looks so inviting.

  3. I also love bookstores.Great place to spend time.
    You asked me about the Daily Shoot. To show up on the dailyshoot page you have to use twitter. Address @dailyshoot and include the hashtag #ds plus the number of the assignment e.g. #ds90 Then include the link to your image ( on flickr or wherever you have it online).

  4. I also have a Kindle that I love. I especially love that they give you so many of the classics for free. And yeah, I miss that feeling of sitting in a bookstore with the smell of all the new books. If I had a Mecca, that would be it.

  5. I used to have this dream- to own a bookstore/cafe…and then one day I sat in one in Boston and then they opened everywhere… But I was thinking about the idea way before they existed, although mine would be more intimate…but now we would be reading on Kindles and soon…Ipads… I will have one of those. I’m trying to resist the first generation though…

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