I Attempt To Create A Rainbow Of Recommendations

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I found this tag while prowling through Ruby’s 2012 archives. It looked like fun, and a chance to use aesthetically pleasing fonts for a change, so I ended up rifling through my bookshelves to come up with this ‘rainbow’! Though Riot is pictured, please pretend it is If You Find Me, by Emily Murdoch. The reason why I didn’t have as many books as I wanted is because a lot of my books come from the library, and my own books are heavily mono-chromatic, so I have an overflow of blue books and only one yellow book. Sigh. Anyway, the idea of this tag is to create a rainbow of books you own and recommend. I wrote a short paragraph about each book.

  

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Screen Shot 2014-08-29 at 7.34.05 pmI hope you enjoyed this post; the aesthetics were quite different (i.e, they actually were mildly pleasing) Feel free to do this tag on your own blog, should you be sorely lacking in post ideas! (as I was.) On another note, I would like to inform that the project which I created my blog for will be coming to an end next Thursday. Don’t worry, I’ll still keep blogging! I just may have a bit more freedom in post genre, which is always appreciated, as it should broaden the creative scope when coming up with post ideas, thus increasing the volume of them.

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