As I am sure you remember, our Book Revolution winner for February was ROXIE. We sent her Clive Barker's The Thief of Always. Here's a pic of her with her new book. Ain't she just the most darling thing you've ever laid eyes on!
Adorable! Thank you so much Roxie for your pic last month! Enter again any time!
ps.... as March is almost over, we are encouraging all of you to send in pics with you and your favourite book asap. Andrew is our only entry for March (XO) but I'm sure he'd love some competition!
... And it's going to be THIS:
Failing that, I could at least turn to THIS:
Seriously though, where were all these librarians when I was in school? Or, better yet, where are all these fine-ass nympho voyeur librarians now?
And if you'd like to learn more about pornography in the library (and I know you all do) click HERE. You won't be disappointed.
What will they think of next?
Really, this is pretty damn ingenious, though. I bet the lot of us could come up with some pretty fuckin' AWESOME tableaux. So I challenge you, oh beloved readers, to find some books, stack 'em up, and make something witty, inappropriate, or just plain ridiculous. Take a picture of your badass creation and send it to email@example.com and we'll post it here in the Daily Radness section, where you will be forever immortalized on the Interwebs. Really, after seeing this, how could you not?
Thought it would be a nice change to have a Naked Reading Sunday pic with an EReader...
..and of course it's from Andrew who is just delectably sweet and amazing, don't you agree:
"Here's my current read. "Go Down Together: The True, Untold Story of Bonnie & Clyde". The book states its, "The definitive book on the most famous and romantic gangsters of all-time". It doesn't read like a newspaper article. Its rather novelistic. I don't read a lot non-fiction. That's something I want to change in the new year. While some of the blurbs written in the book itself says it strips away the romanticism of Bonnie and Clyde. It also sets up the background of the time, right on the cusp of The Depression, when being poor meant little options for education or employment. So far its an addictive read."