I love lists, and I love bookish lists even more, so I’m a sitting duck for books like this one: “Literary Listography: My Reading Life in Lists,” which was an impulse buy (ooh, shiny!) at the bookstore. I’m filing this under shelf candy, or books that will look good on my bookshelves.
The Listography books (by one of my all-time favorite publishers, Chronicle Books) are a set of list-making journals by the website listography.com. There are Listography books for various interests (music, travel, food, film, parenthood, friends, love, etc), and for bookish folk, there’s “Literary Listography.”
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And I’m baaaack!
Pardon the blogging hiatus — I’ve been out of town frequently for the past month, not to mention the overhaul I had to do (still not finished!) on the back end of this blog. The new theme takes some getting used to, but it’s growing on me, and I’m too exhausted from trying out several dozen themes and coming up with zilch. I still have to tweak my widgets, but I’m settling on this look for now because it’s eaten up a lot of time I could have spent blogging.
So anyway, I promised to let you peek into my Moleskine Passions book journal when I got it back from Fully Booked after they reproduced it for the Moleskine Passions “Share the Loves of Your Life” exhibit, and tadah, they gladly obliged (thanks Ms. Aimee!).
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It’s a busy time for book events in the metro right now, and I’m tickled pink with excitement.
First off is a project I’ve kept under wraps for the past couple of months: Fully Booked’s Moleskine Passions Launch & “Share the Loves of Your Life” Exhibition, where I was invited to be one of the contributors for the Book category.
Moleskine unveils Moleskine Passions, a new thrilling collection of journals that celebrates passions as a way of life with a new inspiring exhibition: “Share the loves of your life” with Moleskine Passions.
Over 150 specialists and celebrities in Asia share the loves of their life and reveal their creativity through notes, drawing, clipping…The passions notebooks created by the participants are showcased in over 60 spots in 12 Asian cities.
Fully Booked brings part of the inspiring works to the audience in the Philippines. Artists and specialists from the Philippines were invited to share their passions on the new Moleskine notebooks, including Pastry Chef Aileen A. Anastacio (Recipe), Aaron Palileo (Wine), Blooey Singson (Book), Chef Bruce Lim (Recipe), Elian Habayeb (Music), Ines Cabarrus (Wine), Jeannie E. Javelosa (Wellness), Johnny Alegre (Music), Lyle Sacris (Film), Waise Azimi (Film), Yvette Tan (Book), and Agu Paiso (Wellness).
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