>messages of love

>What is so fascinating with book inscriptions?

Well, if you don’t know, head over to http://bookinscriptions.com/ and have a look. The project aims to “collect personal messages written in ink (or pen or marker or crayon or grape jelly) inside books. Pictures count. So do poems. So do notes on paper found in a book. The more heartfelt the better.”

I have a couple of those books at home too, maybe so do you? Why not scan them and send them in? Have a look, get an inspiration for the next book you give someone as a present?

I think this project is wonderful, fun and touching. See, books are love.


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