Marking Pages

One of the things that I am enjoying during my Summer Break the opportunity to meet up frequently with my friend and discuss our latest read over coffee.

We have noticed that we mark our pages differently in preparation for our discussions. My friend underlines sentences that resonate with her, and scribbles notes in the margin of what she thinks. She also writes down any links to her own life.

As for me, I write my notes on post-it notes. I like to keep the pages of my books pristine so that when I re-read the novel, I am not distracted by anything I may have written in the book.

Do you mark your pages when you read?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2019

(This post is linked to Becky’s Square Challenge. The theme for the month of July is “blue”.)

14 thoughts on “Marking Pages

  1. When I read e-book which I do often, I can highlight with my finger with different colors.
    There are advantages of making notes printed books.


    1. I enjoyed it very much. Loved the references to Pride and Prejudice as well as some of the social issues that the story brings up.
      What did you think of it?


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