KSL Column: What is your bookprint?

The books we read, especially the great ones, leave a mark on our lives. This mark is known as a bookprint and each person has a unique textual lineage.

Find out more about this cool concept in this week’s column. Click the link below to read the full article:

Book Matters: What is your bookprint?

I will be talking more on this subject during my Fill Your House With Stacks of Books presentation at the For the Love of Reading Conference in just a few weeks – Feb. 17-18. I’m a breakout presenter for the very affordable Parent Day on Saturday, Feb. 18 – $25 to attend sessions or $50 for sessions, lunch and keynote speaker.

For more info and to register go to uvuengagedreading.org.

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2 thoughts on “KSL Column: What is your bookprint?

  1. Just read your article on KSL about bookprints, and have a similar list of favorites from my adult years. Wondering if you've read The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern – I think you'd love it!

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