It’s not illegal for your book to hook.

I love this bedside table bookmark. I hate leaving books open to the page I’m on, but this doesn’t seem to do much stretching to the spine. Plus it looks cool. Everyone’s into turning books into art these days, it seems.

Me, I’ve been reading them. Just started Tom Perrotta’s The Leftovers, and I’m loving it. More on that soon. How about you? Do you fold the page corner, or are you a strict bookmark user?

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4 thoughts on “It’s not illegal for your book to hook.

  1. I’m a bookmark person. I have tons of paper ones, 2 Bamboo ones made in Thailand, and one metal one I bought at my local Borders for 70%.

    I have the Leftovers in my reading queue. I’m waiting until after NaNoWriMo to read it though.

    • Mel says:

      I respect (and am in awe of) your discipline!

      I’m a bookmark person, too, but I love using letters or postcards. The only downside is sometimes forgetting them in library books. Luckily my library checks and keeps them for me.

      Excited to hear about NaNoWriMo!

  2. Dakota says:

    Whoa!
    Where did you find that bookend?

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