When I first heard about this week’s Bookish Scene: Project 52 theme „Spring“ at the end of February, I was hoping that it would be possible to go outside and take pictures with books and blooming plants by then but when I look outside my window it still looks a lot like winter and most of the trees don’t even have a single leaf yet.

But fortunately one of the books I read recently literally had a springlike title even though Tom Callaghan’s gruesome thriller „A Spring Betrayal“ is set in cold Kyrgyzstan and reading the book never even made me think of spring at all 😀

The German title of the book translates as „Deadly spring“ so I just couldn’t resist to put some blood in the picture. Like last week no one was harmed in the making of the picture but I found out that strawberry jam is a much better blood substitute than tomato ketchup 😀

BookishScene: Project 52 is a bookish Instagram challenge hosted by Joséphine (@wordrevel) and Georgie (@whatgeorgiedid), Further information can be found on both their blogs where you can also see a preview of the upcoming themes.

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  • Was für ein cooles Foto! *Daumenhoch* Mit Abstand mein Lieblingspic von deinen Bookish Scenes Beiträgen. Die Farben sind so klasse! Und mit Blumen kriegt man mich ja eh. XD

  • P.S. Strawberry jam…hmmm! 😀

  • It doesn’t look like spring here, either, which is why I have yet to find inspiration for this week’s theme. But I like your bloody twist on it, as usual. 🙂

    • It was quite a coincidence that I was reading this book when the picture was due, I’m not sure what I would have done otherwise because I don’t think I have any spring books 😀

  • Bluuuuhut XD
    Auf die Idee mit der Marmelade wär ich jetzt nicht gekomm, aber man lernt ja nie aus 😀

    • Ich hab’s zuerst mit Ketchup versucht aber das sah doof aus weil der viel zu dickflüssig war und was anderes Rotes außer Marmelade hatte ich nicht im Haus XD