Hey, That’s Just What I Was Thinking

Barbara Vey -- April 24th, 2013

You can always pick out the readers and writers on Facebook.  Obviously, they are talking books, but more than that they are showing covers, announcing events, cheering each other on.  But I’m a very visual person, so my eye automatically goes to the pictures.  You know, those cute little sayings that manage to convey exactly what you’re thinking.  I picked out a few to share with you today.

never put off button


Ok, this is definitely my motto.  I’d much rather read a book than do anything else in the world.  Which explains why my house is overrun by dust bunnies.






This complaint is heard often, but the smiles when exiting the bookstore with a bag full of books is well worth it.








I do think about it, but then I glance over at my TBR (to be read) pile and dig in for a new book.







One of my greatest fears, which is why I keep books in every room in my house (yes, every room) and in the trunk of my car.  I also have my iPad loaded and my iPhone.  This includes audiobooks.  I still cringe when I think about being somewhere with nothing to read.



t shirt




I don’t wear t-shirts, but this is adorable.  We don’t want writers to become endangered species.





I’m sure you’ve seen some great one’s too, so send them to me if you find them. bvey@publishersweekly.com

Bottom Line:  Great, another phobia to add to my list.

5 thoughts on “Hey, That’s Just What I Was Thinking

  1. Victoria Hinshaw

    I have read several of the books — but the most fun was A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court — read it recently and found it much deeper than I expected. Funny, yes. Insightful, also yes. Twain is known as a humorist, with a dagger as well as a pen.

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