Sunday, April 27, 2014

Take a Word - Leisure Time

I've been spending my leisure time reading "The House Girl" by Tara Conklin, great historical fiction!   Also, I just finished "Brain on Fire" by Susannah Cahalan, a non-fiction page-turner.  I highly recommend both.  

16 comments:

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Wonderful face and it is very striking all with the book and the back ground.

I applaud your work always.

peggy gatto said...

Thanks for the suggestions and for the sweet lady!

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

Love your reading girl, Bev! Great drawing!

sirkkis said...

Oh, how delightful collage, Bew. I really love it. It's magical and tells that reading is wonderful - and useful - way to spend spare time.

Junibears said...

I love your little lady, such a pretty face Bev. Lovely piece! xx

Sim said...

I love the delicacy of your own drawings. This one is no exception, with its so soft and gentle atmosphere. Thank you for your reading recommendations dear Bev! :)

sillarit said...

Your lady has expressive eyes, soul in them.Great post!

johanna said...

i will go and search for these two books... i´m always on the lookout for new new fodder;)

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Beautiful, Bev! What a wonderful image with a perfect background.

Jean Hutter said...

Beautiful image and leisure for me is reading!!!!

Bill said...

Hmm. I love reading, but I haven't heard of either of those books. Maybe it's because I love science fiction.

Christine said...

So delicate! She's lovely, Bev.

Anni - My Creative Life said...

Oh Bev she is so lovely, I love that you used a book page as background, yes the best with leisure is that there is time to read, Bev thanks for your sweet comments on both my blogs.
Anni

Karla B said...

i love reading too!Fabulous work!

Deann said...

I'm so happy I'm not the only one with her nose in a book every chance she gets...love your cute artwork Bev you are amazing.

Taluula said...

She has such an expression, Bev, as though she has lifted her head to listen to what is being said. Your own hand drawn pieces are always 'done' with such power. I love them.

I too am reading historical fiction at the moment. Namely everything I can lay my hands on about the War of the Roses.