Do you know "Draw what you read" Flickr group?
You can add drawings of the books you are reading or you have at home.
I've already written that I find this idea absoutely lovely!
I've just uploaded three photos of the covers of some of the book I read this summer.
"Auntie Mame" by P. Dennis, a book I found boring!
I know it is considered a sort of masterpiece in the USA and it is appreciated by a lot of people all over the world, but, uhm, not by me.
It disappointed me a bit, but I decided to draw its cover the same:
"Le grand Meaulnes" by Alain Fournier:
It's a fascinating novel and I loved it, although I'm not sure if I've really understood it or not. The curious thing is that I found it in the pages of another book, "Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter" by Simone de Beauvoir:
My Moleskine notebook's pages are full of black&white things right now.
I haven't written too much recently, but I filled some pages with black ink drawings. I'm sharing it in next posts I decided to title "Horror vacui" and "Obsessed by alphabets". So stay tuned, if you're interested!
This summer I read other books I haven't draw. One of my favourite has been the short novel "Il taglio del bosco" by the italian writer Carlo Cassola.