I found another Free Little Library in my city. I found a hilarious book while I was looking through this one. I picked up The Little Mermaid book in there, thinking it might be good to give to my niece. However, when I opened it and found that all the interior was printed upside down, I couldn’t stop laughing. I attached a video to show y’all this publishing mishap. If you have any books that have similar mistakes, tell me about them in the comments.
There’s an independent book store in my town that’s pretty new. I got really excited because there’s a surprising lack of independent book stores in the Orlando area. Like there are a few of them, but it’s not nearly as many as I’ve found in other cities. While I was walking through the new store, I found an adorable piece of art. I wanted to share it with y’all.
I’ve loved the Little Free Library concept since I first heard about it. I’m sure you can imagine my excitement when I found my first one in person. Since finding this one I found out that there are actually several in my town. I’m planning to hunt them all down soon.
We went to a museum of illusions for my sister’s birthday today. (Don’t worry y’all I wished her happy birthday from you.) Point of me mentioning it was that they had some really cool built-in shelves there.
I’ve got my first living room shelf filled. Granted it is the easiest of them because it was my DVDs. They’re much easier to organize because I don’t bother with sorting by genre as I do with my books. It’s just alphabetical by title.
I’m still working on the rest of the shelves in my house. I was looking for pictures of a tiny library that’s in my town to share with you, but instead, I found the book stack that inspired the Heart Shades Press logo. (I’ll find that other pic eventually.)