Isn't this a lovely image? Such a nice spring-y sort of feel to it--a book, cup of tea and some flowers. Wishful thinking since it was snowing on my walk home from work yesterday! (At least it melted as quickly as it fell, but still . . .). It's been a while since I have shared any of my bookish postcards with you. I am not so active anymore with Postcrossing, but I still exchange postcards with a few friends and quite often something reading or book related will find its way into my mailbox.
I've got a busy weekend filled with house and garden projects that are likely to require my full attention, so I thought I could leave you with a few nice images to look at while I am away. I still hope to do my weekend short story reading, but I will tell you about them next week sometime. Until then, maybe one of these cards will make you smile or brighten your day!
I love this card. Isn't it great? So mysterious with the lady hiding and the body laid out to the side. What do you think the story behind this one is? The artist is Quint Buchholz and it is called "Im Land der Bucher".
What a nice and neat pile of books. Looks a little like my own in progress stack (though not quite so neat). The photo is by Daniela Schneider for Cardcetera (a wonderful postcard company in the Netherlands).
And I end with this card of Terry Pratchett who just passed away last month. I've yet to read any of his books but I do have at least one on my reading pile. I know he was a much loved author. The postcard shows a stamp issued by the Royal Mail in 2011.
Have a great weekend everyone and I will be back next week to share my reading with you.