Book Nook

Do you ever wish  you could get away from it all and go and hide somewhere with your book to escape?

I do. Frequently!

I haven’t been very well healthwise for the past week or so and I haven’t been able to read very much (painkillers affecting my eyesight and my ability to concentrate yadda yadda yadda) but if I had a book nook like this to escape to, next time I’m ill I don’t think I would mind so much. What do you think?

book nook


All that is missing from this picture is a big mug of hot chocolate or a flask of tea but hey, I’m wouldn’t complain if I had a little hidey hole like this to hang out in.

If ever I found myself with the luxury of a book nook like this you probably wouldn’t see me for days on end. Bliss!!



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