Monday, July 2, 2012

Bookmark This Week #10



I don't know about you but I probably own a good number of bookmarks.  I think this might be the case of all bookish people, but the problem is that I can never find one when I need it.  I end up using whatever I can find - receipts, post-in notes, ribbon, take out menus - because I really don't like to bend the pages of my books (and I often borrow them from the library.)

I thought it would be fun to share with you what exactly I am using as a bookmark every Monday.  Today I'm reading Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi. I'm using a 'The Butterfly Clues'  bookmark that I got at BEA. This is a gorgeous bookmark with a hanging silver butterfly.























Please leave a comment to share your bookmark with me! Oh, and let me know if you like to see this feature every week or even see it as a meme /hop. If you are reading an eBook, please comment about your eReader's cover or on what interesting things are in your cover or case (I keep all sort of stuff inside my kindle's cover too!)

What are you using as a bookmark today?

5 comments:

  1. What a great post! I had the same problem, so now my bookcase is not only stuffed with books, but also with bookmarks, so I can always find one. I'm currently reading Glitch by Heather Anastasiu on my Kobo and I must admit there isn't anything in the cover yet. But to make it fun: I finished A Witch in Winter last weekend and I used a post card of the Dutch version of The Iron King as a bookmark.
    I love your bookmark! I'm actually a little jealous! Love the feature and I think it would be fun as a meme :)

    Happy reading!

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  2. OOhh I love that bookmark! <3
    And I hope you enjoy Under the Never Sky! The first half dragged for me, but the second half makes up for it.:)

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  3. Usually I use business cards, but I did very recently purchase some Merlin bookmarks on Etsy that I love! I posted a picture of them on my post here. I love finding cute and unique bookmarks!

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  4. I love that bookmark!! That is one of the downsides to an e-reader, no cutesy bookmark. I do a a paint-chip bookmark I am currently using if I read a paperback.

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  5. Oh wow what a beautiful bookmark!

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