some BOOK MEMES for your weekend


I’m a sucker for a good book meme.

One of the reasons I love the book Book Love so much is because it feels like a collection of book memes (and like someone has spied into my life and written and drawn a book about it).

Funny Book Memes Readers Can Relate to

I wanted to leave you with a few great book memes to help you through the weekend.

I hope you get the chance to pick up a good book!

Ha yes, I’ve always been an inside person, though over the last few years I have been spending more time outside, usually with a book in hand though.

I’m planning a trip to the library in the next hour and can agree this is always the end result.

I wish I enjoyed reading ebooks but they have too many problems for me (doesn’t feel like a book, can’t visually see how far I am – that’s more important than knowing the percentage, seeing it doesn’t instantly make me remember the book I am reading).

100%! Though, I would normally bring along a third one as well, what if book two is a dud?!

Historically this has been a problem of mine but in the last few months I’ve been doing a really good job at reading only one book at a time and I’m finding I much prefer it.

What are you reading this weekend? I’m about 50 pages into Kindred and am hoping to finish it to round out the end of this month’s page count reading challenge!


Book Love

I’ve never felt more known than when I read this book. It felt like someone was spying on my reading life (in a really good way).

Book Love
Bookworms rejoice! These charming comics capture exactly what it feels like to be head-over-heels for hardcovers. Book Love is a gift book of comics tailor-made for tea-sipping, spine-sniffing, book-hoarding bibliophiles. Debbie Tung's comics are humorous and instantly recognizable--making readers laugh while precisely conveying the thoughts and habits of book nerds. Book Love is the ideal gift to let a book lover know they're understood and appreciated.


Dana, a modern black woman, is celebrating her twenty-sixth birthday with her new husband when she is snatched abruptly from her home in California and transported to the antebellum South. Rufus, the white son of a plantation owner, is drowning, and Dana has been summoned to save him. Dana is drawn back repeatedly through time to the slave quarters, and each time the stay grows longer, more arduous, and more dangerous until it is uncertain…


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