Sunday Funday – Bookish Colouring

January 8, 2017 Sunday Funday 2

The weekend is almost over, which means back to work tomorrow for most of us. So to cheer you up (and myself) I am going to be giving you a little bit of bookish fun every Sunday, to make the end of the weekend that little bit easier!

First Sunday Funday of the new year!

I’ve always loved doing this feature and was super sorry to have to take a break from it at the end of last year, but with every happening IRL I just didn;t have the time to dedicate to it. But now it’s back and I can’t wait to share some of the bookish stuff I’ve been saving up for these posts!

So, here’s the situation: It’s January, you’ve got no money to go out anywhere, it’s cold and you just want to snuggle up under your blanket and be bookish! I know exactly what you need…bookish colouring!

Love Between the Lines is an adult colouring book featuring pictures inspired by books. The full list of authors included are below but some of my favourite are Colleen Hoover, Claire Contreas and Abbi Glines.


The book is made up of 45 hand drawn illustrations that contain hidden images and book quotes perfect for whether you want to spend an entire day colouring or just a quick 5 minutes between books!

I have heard nothing but amazing things about this book since it’s release in November and know that TONS of people got it as Christmas presents and are loving it! I’ve even ordered myself one!

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Illustrations inspired by the works of:

Anna Todd Books, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Colleen Hoover, S.C. Stephens, Abbi Glines, K. Bromberg, Claire Contreras, Jillian Dodd, Amy Harmon, Author Tiffany King,R.K. Lilley, Molly McAdams, Tara Sivec, Alessandra Torre, Mia Sheridan, J Sterling, Katy Evans, Emma Chase, S.L. Jennings, K.A. Linde,Author Beth Ehemann, Tarryn Fisher, Karina Halle, Helena Hunting, Leisa Rayven, Madeline Sheehan, Author Harper Sloan, and K.A.Tucker (Author)

What do you think of bookish colouring books?

Enjoy your Sunday and have an excellent week!

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2 Responses to “Sunday Funday – Bookish Colouring”

  1. Becky @ A Fool's Ingenuity

    I’ve actually had my eye on that colouring book for a little while so it’s great to see some images from it. I think I may treat myself. There is something incredibly soothing about colouring in and I definitely would like a reading related one. The thing is I hate colouring in pictures of people, I either need animals or abstract things to colour in so I don’t feel I need to colour things in a certain colour.

    • Brocs Bookcase

      Yes, I totally agree with you. People are always so hard to colour in, I like words and shapes etc. I hope you end up getting one too! 🙂