Scribble Picnic: Books
Oh that is such a good word for this week’s Scribble PIcnic. I love love books. For that reason, I have had to pare down all the books I had on my shelves or I would be overrun with them. I keep the ones I have written in and give the rest to our church or Thrift store.
I’m once again joining Scribble PIcnic. Michael was dealing with a death in the family and needed to take two weeks off. To find out more about the co-operative, go visit Scribble Picnic. I am sure all of us are hoping Michael is back to his humorous, fine form this week.
Here is my booktable – changed from the picture as I move every book all around.
Check what’s on my to-read or in-the-middle of reading list: (tweet this)
- Smith Wigglesworth
- Healing by Francis MacNutt
- Why Pray? for your pastor by Richard Ciamitaro
- The Joy of Missing Out (Finding Balance in a Wired World) by Christina Crook
Ones that I have recently read and would recommend:
- Paula Parker – Sisters of Lazarus, Glory Revealed
- Heather Gray – Mail Order Man (two more in the series, reading the second one)
- Michael S. Heisier, Supernatural
I love historical fiction. I also read the Bible daily and books that will increase my faith. I have been reviewing books for over a year. You can find me on Goodreads.
Today’s picture is of my book table right beside my reading chair. I actually have two tables – one on each side. Most of the time I have books spread all over my area. As a result, you will always find bibles, devotionals, my writing journal, my sketching journal, and interesting books I use for reference. Yet if I store them away I will forget to refer to them.
I used pencil first, then micro pens.
My pencil crayon:
Using the watercolour pencil crayon I filled in the colours.
And lastly my final watercolour pencil crayon:
Using a thin paintbrush I went over the colours being careful to rinse my brush after each colour.
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