Kickstart your K-Day at your keyboard with a keen and knowledgeable, killer, knockout, kick-ass attitude. Kapow! Keep at it!
Ever wondered what books would say if they had the chance to express themselves/air their views?
Well, you are about to find out!
All illustrations are by the talented Mary-An. Check out her website HERE
But wait! What is a kashi-hon? Kashi-hon was introduced in Japan in the Edo period because books were too expensive for common people to buy, and therefore people would prefer borrowing over buying. Some "librarians" would travel around in order to increase their clientele and make more money. Go to WIKIPEDIA for more info…
And now you get to play along! What do YOU think the kashi-hon wants to tell us? Post it in the comment section below. Have fun!
At the end of the challenge, between 02nd and 05th of May, I'm going to announce my favourite "book comment" which will be the one that resonates with me the most!
A REMINDER: the IWSG site will have a corresponding post for each letter/day of the A to Z Challenge so do stop by.
On the Facebook page, a thread will be started for the "letter of the day" and we'd LOVE you to share your A to Z post links on the daily thread – this saves YOU time scrolling through links on the master A to Z sign-up list, especially since people post at different times… some MAY skip letters… dead links etc.
One last thing – don't forget to visit those who stop by your blog!