Today is National Book Lovers Day.
To quote from the article:
Book Lovers Day appreciates the medium that has withstood and preserved its importance in time — literature. Our love for books knows no bounds — someday we’ll write a book on it.
The modern book is made by binding paper, but before the invention of paper, books came in the form of tablets, scrolls, and engravings. Every civilization had its own way to document events. Some time in 3500 B.C., the Mesopotamians would make markings on clay tablets using a pointed device, made from the stem of the reed plant, called the calamus. These writings on the moist clay were called ‘cuneiform.’ Approximately 20,000 of these tablets were discovered in modern-day Iraq.
And here’s how books are made! By the Big Five publishers, that is. 🙂 And other publishers with huge print runs.
Of course, you could always do this. I would, but my office is so crowded, it barely holds my computer, my desk, and the growing stack of books I’ve been reviewing.
And I’m working as hard as I can to achieve this! 🙂
PS: Here’s something you might want to check out.
And don’t miss this! 🙂 Speaking of … 🙂
I wonder how many of those were written in-house.
More to come on that.
Finally, in even more interesting news.