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In the event you needed an introduction to one of my favorite books.. here it is. Lessons on life. Great graphics. Available in many languages. Put it on your desk and see where it takes you: Its not how good you are, it’s how good you want to be. Paul Arden Vous pouvez être ce que […]


After essay writer Charles Warnke wrote a piece entitles “You Should Date an Illiterate Girl,” Rosemary Urquico wrote the rebuttal “Date a Girl Who Reads.” One is a tongue in cheek call to not settle, the other is a flat out demand to live a life of passion. Two very different approaches, same goal. May […]


I love trunks, especially vintage Louis Vuitton trunks. For the book lover in your life who appreciates vintage or anything French don’t miss out on this tome: 100 Legendary Trunks. Check out the sale on One Kings Lane (here)!


This weekend, 1stDibs.com featured a great photo article on the new & noteworthy “must-have” books. The selection is varied and even if you just take a few minutes to check them out at your local bookstore, you’re sure to get a new surge of inspiration. A few of my favorites from the list: Beaton: The […]


There is no doubt, these books are art. If you follow my tweets you know that every once in a while I (again) happen upon the series of Penguin Classics books that have ink, pen and watercolour drawn cover art. Each and every time I see these editions, I fall in love all over again. […]