Voltaire's Theater book two.
Pink paper back cover.
Worn, though I do not believe this book was every read. It sat on a shelf, then was put into a box and stuffed in an attic. Years later an antique dealer bought the belongings of the house. Discovering the book(s) he found them interesting, decorative, valuable enough to sale. I bought three. I haven't read them, they sit as decorative objects on my shelf.
Stories, dreams, hopes.....
Do they sit on a shelf, waiting?
Or are they in a box in a faraway attic, undiscovered?
A page in an eighteen century book of an engraving of the Mona Lisa. History lessons then and now. I have seen the painting of Mona Lisa though never noticed her cleavage like I do in this engraving.
It strikes me funny that two people can look at the same thing and have two complete different impressions of it. The graver seem to notice her cleavage more than her smile... or lack of ornamentation.
Thank you for your GREAT responses yesterday. I love when you add comments, share about yourself, it makes for a good exchange, and an interactive blog. Love the catchy titles you came up with too.
The random winners are:
Denise: "Kiss Each day".
Janell: "To Be Continued."
Please send me your addresses by email.
1718! Can you believe that date of publication!
The last book I read was: "Little Bee" by Chris Cleave.
What are you reading?