Friday, May 29, 2009

Saturday Photohunt - Books

I've used a similar image before (for ABC Wednesday, P for Paperback Writer) but I'll grab any chance to show off my few successes (all in the now-distant past).

The two books on the left (as you look at the photo) are anthologies and I had a story included in each. The remaining books were written by me, my daughter or both of us together.

To take part in Saturday Photohunt, visit tnchick.


jams o donnell said...

Nice shot Liz. I wish I had your creative talent. Err woman who liked cucumbers.. I hope that's a cookery book!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I've got "The Woman who Loved Cucumbers" and read it on a long-haul flight. I didn't know you then. I'm going to look for your story in it now.

Carver said...

Great shot and congratulations on your successes. You should show them off and I'm glad you did here. Happy weekend.

CherryPie said...

How talented you are :-) A lovely photo for the theme.

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Wow that is sooo talented for sure..Isn't it strange that WL as one of those books..Very odd title, "the woman who loved cucumbers" !

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Ah just googled it..Food and the mind!!

Annie said...

Wow Liz, I'm impressed! How wonderful to have written so many books. (I have to laugh at Jams' comment about the cucumbers)

Thanks for visiting mine and have a great weekend.

YTSL said...

You're a published book author! Wow, I'm impressed! :)

RJ Flamingo said...

I think it's wonderful! This is a great pic and a neat way to celebrate your successes! Brava!

My ”Books” entry is really cooking this week. Hope you can stop by!

Puss-in-Boots said...

The Woman who Like Cucumbers? Now that's a provocative title...what are the stories about?

Congratulations on having been published, Liz. Better than I've done. Those books look rather interesting.

julie said...

Err woman who liked cucumbers.. I hope that's a cookery book! -oh Jams! :D Had to lol there!

Congratulations, Liz, on hsving a published work, that is a great feat! :)

NitWit1 said...

I knew you were a writer, but nice to know some of your work. My post will be up later was an on-the-run photo I threw together in 3 minutes. It looks like it, too.

Colin Campbell said...

Ha Ha Jams Dirty mind. I like mine thinly sliced. Congrats on being published. Now you publish every day.

jmb said...

Congratulations Liz. At least you are in print when so many others never make it. So be proud of your books and show them off.

Happy weekend to you.

Upcountrysmiles said...

Aloha from Maui!
Nice shot!!
Happy photo hunting.
Come by & visit:)
Cindy O

Lynn said...

I will be looking for The Woman Who Loved Cucumbers in my next book purchase.

Suburbia said...

Wow, you clever things. :)

Anonymous said...

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gengen said...

Nice entry for the theme. happy weekend. Mine is ready...

Anonymous said...

"A woman who like cucumbers," I am not even going to ask how you got the inspiration for that title.

What a clever and talented writer you are. Proud to know you xx

Photo Cache said...

Nice shot.

srp said...

The woman who liked cucumbers would be my mom.. in any shape, any form. It is nice to meet someone so creative. My books are up here.

Dragonstar said...

That's a fine collection Liz, and it makes a good photo too.
No, I have no dragon bookends - yet!

Furtheron said...

worthy things to be proud of

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