Sunday, 3 January 2010

Anathem


Happy New Year to one and all

Yesterday I received a late Christmas present, a copy of "Anathem" by Neal Stephenson. It's a book that's been on my wish list for a while, so it was wonderful to receive a copy from a dear friend. What I hadn't realised was just how big it is, close to 1000 pages.
Normally I read quite quickly and a paperback will last 2 or 3 nights, but I took one look at this tome and thought "I'm going to need a bookmark!" So, here it is and it also gives me something to post for the current Gothic Arches challenge too :)

9 comments:

  1. This is really gorgeous! Really nice work :)

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  2. love it Nigel ! the clock within the arch looks ace !
    Happy New Year Nigel !

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  3. Happy New Year Nigel ... love the bookmark!

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  4. Hello Nigel,

    I have been told about you from your lovely talented friend Palma,

    I adore that book mark.... grungy and gothicy at the same time...gawgus.

    Ok I am here to challenge you.... no I here you cry.... yes says I.

    Zettiology...what do you know about it... lol...

    get reading up on it or just pop over to my blog and come join us in the challenge for this month..I know you say you throw in the odd ATC see well do you think that you could throw 5 in on Zettiology.
    AND be our first MALE ATC'er.... go on take on the challenge.
    Also there is some blog candy up for grabs over there too.

    Chriss

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  5. Very creative, Nigel. Happy New Year x

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  6. Great as usual! Have joined you now ... in the Gothic Arch challenge...and no I am not stalking you hehe xx

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  7. Awwwww, I thought I'd got my own personal stalker at long last :(

    x

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  8. Gorgeous bookmark! please tell the techniques used;o) Happy New Year to you.

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  9. Nettie, nothing spectacular really. The arch was printed out and washed with distress inks, then stamped over with part of Judikins Artifacts Cube.
    The inner is a piece of 6x6 stamped with some several stamps.

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