Category Archives: Vintage Classics

Gifts for the Book Lover: A Novel Aroma

Do you know a bibliophile? I do. Me! There are few things I enjoy more than discovering a used book store, or strolling the library stacks. Books, especially those with an aged aroma and fine patina, hold a special place … Continue reading

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Old Book Covers and Googly Eyes. Say What?

Scary vintage book covers just got creepier! Googly Eye Books, via Tumbler, describes itself as…”A blog combining two of mankind’s greatest achievements: literature and googly eyes.” I may have to agree! They have created another form of book art. I’ve … Continue reading

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Connect The Blogs: Hobbit Sighting in Rural Virginia

Dodgson at first did not think it worth publishing his tale of Wonderland and Professor Tolkien–but not his publishers–still remains to be convinced that anyone will want to read his most delightful history of a Hobbit’s journey. The above passage … Continue reading

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