Bright, light books should grace everyone’s shelves. These are six of my particular favourites. The Wuthering Heights and Pride & Prejudice are part of the glorious Thomas Nelson Seasons Paper Cut series. These fall under winter – the summer set is available for preorder now. They are some of the most gorgeously intricate designs I’ve ever seen. Also included are my incredibly special Anna Karenina and the Knickerbocker Jules Verne collection.
Here’s where you can find them (starting from the bottom):
Jules Verne – The Ultimate Collection
Pride & Prejudice
The Beautiful and Damned
Romeo and Juliet
Late spring is perhaps my favourite time of year. The anticipation of summer and long, warm days ahead, bright flowers bursting onto the scene and chirruping birds. Throw in some glorious sunshine and I don’t think you can beat it.
This is the mood I was trying to convey with this image. Here are the links to the books that I featured (starting from the bottom):
Jane Austen: The Complete Novels
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Civilization and It’s Discontents
Ah, this is one of my favourite photos that I’ve taken in a long time. I love the colours, they remind me of spring. Here’s where you can find the books to brighten up your bookcase. They’re a variety of publishers and editions, and I’ve done my best to locate them all for you. Here they are, from bottom up:
Little Women (Leatherbound)
Jane Austen Complete Novels
Little Women (Flexibound)
The Singer not the Song
Civilization and Its Discontents
And my floral bone china tea cup is here.
I hope you enjoy these beautiful books as much as I do.
Everything about clothbound classics is pleasing to the eye, and these purple ones are no exception. I love all of these books, but Madame Bovary is a particular favourite. I’m due a reread soon! Otherwise, the magic of the language in Jabberwocky is something else, and Wide Sargasso Sea is one of the cleverest retellings I’ve come across.
Here’s where you can get these books:
Wide Sargasso Sea
The espresso cup was from a charity shop.