The second prompt of this challenge is RED. RED would be my second favorite color (purple nudges it out). I discovered years ago that RED has the ability to affect people by ‘energizing’ them. And, guess what my favorite color is to wear to the office on Mondays? Yep… must need extra energy then.
But, anyhoot, that’s off point. Here’s what I’ve got for you this month.
I’ve taken some editorial liberty and have made the monthly challenge prompt RE(a)D to suit my purposes. But not entirely! See, I’ve decided to go with ‘books I’ve RE(a)D with RED covers for my theme this month. Clever, yeah? Hehe!
So, I was planning to make this neat, cool book tree pile of books with red covers and realized fairly early in the game that I might not have the engineering skills or materials necessary for that one. Books of all sizes, sure. But enough books for a decent ‘tree’? Nope. I guess RED covers are a minority on my shelves.
Next, I considered bookspine poetry with my meager RED book pile… but… see… *cough* was too lazy.
So, I went with just a nice display of my RE(a)D RED books. We have our Patricia Briggs, JR Ward, Diana Gabaldon, Kristoff & Kauffman, Stephanie Barron, Mark Lawrence, Jeannie Lin, and Deanna Raybourn for a nice variety of fiction.
RE(a)D any of these or other books by the authors? Got a favorite book with RED book cover? Do Tell!
Oh, and I’ll leave you with a snazzy pic of my RED blanket, RED phone playing my current audiobook, Year One by Nora Roberts, and an ‘about-to-be-opened’ RED box of Whitman’s Christmas chocolates.
If you are interested in the details about this challenge hosted by Anna @ HCBS, here is the link: http://theherdpresents.blogspot.com/2017/12/blog-all-about-it-challenge.html
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