Anyway, as most of you know, I work in a library and I also find "stuff" in books all the time. Since most of the books I handle are current checkouts, the forgotten bookmarks I find are not all that interesting. Well, today someone donated a box of (fairly new) books for the library's book sale and a forgotten bookmark fell out of one. It was interesting enough that I decided to make my own Forgotten Bookmark post. (My photos are not as good as the real Forgotten Bookmarks, but I think you will still get the idea).
Note card, caption:
Anastasia was through making out with Ian. He was never going to change.
Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold by C.S. Lewis
** I really struggled with whether or not to publish the content of the notecard and the sender/recipient names since this is a fairly recent note. Obviously, I decided to do it. What do you all think? Is this a breach of privacy? Should I remove the text of the note?
EDIT: After receiving some guidelines (in the comments section) from the Author of the REAL Forgotten Bookmarks, I decided to remove the photo and text of the inside of the notecard. On reflection, it does seem to be an invasion of privacy. For the record, it wasn't anything especially juicy or illuminating, so you're really not missing much. The picture on the front of the notecard is what made the whole "find" interesting.