Another week has flown by, and once again it's time to introduce you all to a very special book blogger. This week our blogger hails from North Carolina. How does Rebecca describe herself?
I am a reader, a writer, a designer, a crafty little thing. I am a teacher, a humanitarian, a bookstore stalker, a seeker-outer of parks, and I am owned by a 12-year-old cat. I'm a swimmer, a yoga student, a napper, an amateur photographer, and a professional living room dancer. I'm totally A.D.D. and I have penchant for learning about cultures different than my own.All that energy, restless spirit and inquisitiveness can be found on Rebecca's blog, Lost in Books. I enjoy Rebecca's blog, not only for that header of hers and all that energy and spirit which shows through in her posts, but for regular features like 20 Questions and The Book List which asks people to list things like... name three books that take you back to high school. If you've never stopped by Rebecca's blog before, I hope you do soon. It's well worth a visit. (Don't forget to say hi while you're there!)
Rebecca was one of the book bloggers who almost turned me down when I asked her if she would participate. To quote her: "Thank you so much for considering me for your feature. I like seeing where the other bloggers work. However, I am afraid I don't have much of anything to show for the moment. I don't blog in any one particular place and a lot of times it's my bed, so that's pretty uninteresting."
However, my powers of persuasion can be rather good when I put my mind to it, and Rebecca did send me a photo of her usual blogging spot:
Granted, we've had some pretty amazing blogging spaces featured here each Wednesday, and compared to a few of them, Rebecca's creative space is indeed a bit humble. I'm sure you'll all agree with me that there's absolutely nothing wrong with "humble". This photo gives me such a clear mental picture of Rebecca sitting cross-legged on the bed, looking for a specific quote in a book she's reviewing, then laying the book down to type madly on her laptop for a minute or two. That picture is so clear that it's difficult to shake it out of my head.
If all the energy and spirit that are contained in Lost in Books comes from this one simple space, perhaps we should all blog from bed once in a while. What do you think?
Thank you so much for participating in Scene of the Blog, Rebecca. We really appreciate it!
Don't forget to stop by next week when we'll be featuring a book blogger from the great state of Minnesota!