That postcard could describe me!Jill - Blogging the #AtoZChallenge at ballau.blogspot.com
This postcard knows me! How?A post card of Maya Angelou's would be great.J is for JOYN
You're not alone, it seems (see previous comment). There is a nice stamp of Maya Angelou recently issued by USPS.
I think I would have loved a postcard written from Enid Blyton or Eric Linklater as a child. Receiving a postcard of a Terry Pratchett quote would be something I'd like now - it's still hard to think he's gone from this world :( Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace
A Enid Blyton postcard would have made my day, too. I received recently a postcard with Terry Prachett books (in Czech!).
I just remembered that I've got a (handmade) postcard from Enid Blyton characters too!
Jane Austen or Neil Gaiman! :)
I've never seen a postcard of Neil Gaiman, but I'm sure they exist.
Jane Austen gets an awful lot of publicity - stamps, coins and bank notes and now this postcard. I've lost count of the times that adaptations of her books have appeared on TV.
I am not sure if I have seen any of those TV adaptations. But at least I have read all her books! The first books I ever read on an e-reader were the complete works of this author.
I would choose Ursula K. Le Guin for a postcard from a living author, Frank Herbert and Philip K. Dick from the deceased.Phillip | J is for Jean-san
I think I haven't seen any of those on a postcard.
For an MMSA postcard challenge I made a card based on Herbert's Dune and one for Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle. MMSA favorite novel
I think J K Rowling and if do get one, I'd give it to my son and see the thrilled expression on his face! Shubhangi @ The Little Princess
I received a portrait of JKRowling some time ago.
I would like to receive a postcard of Sigrid Undsett, or Ursula Le Guin. Or maybe Doris Lessing.Finding Eliza
Mmm... I don't know Sigrid Undsett. Have to look for this name!
Wow!A Jane Austen postcard would be great to receive!NilanjanaMadly-in-Verse
I have two friends very fond of Austen books (as myself), and they send me postcards from time to time. That's great!
A postcard with a Mark Twain quote would be brilliant, I'm sure!
I think I've seen those. But I'm not always sure that the quotes are true, or just attributed to him.
I would prefer Jane Austen or Danielle SteelLaunching SIM Organics This April *Menaka Bharathi **SimpleIndianMom*Ok
Jane Austen seems to be very popular for postcards!
I would like a postcard of Edgar Allen Poe or raymond Chandler
It's nice to read about everyone preferences here!
I would've loved a Jane Austen postcard too. And one from Khalil Gibran and Rumi (the poet).
I have read today how you love Rumi :)
I wish Miss Jane thought a little more highly of herself! You know, now that you ask, my mind goes completely blank on who I'd like to receive a postcard from! lol I hate when that happens! I do have a book autographed by Brad Thor, if that counts. :)Vanessa @Vanessence My "theme" - A Thirty-Word Story, revealing one word of the story each day of the challenge.#AtoZChallenge The Letter K
That counts, of course :)I received once a letter from an author (Amélie Nothomb) and I was over the moon.
I have no idea which author I would most like to receive a postcard from. There are too many to choose from.
I'm afraid you are right.
I think I'd like to receive a Shakespeare postcard. I grew up quite close to the area he was, so it would be a little reminder of home. :)Here's my "J" post :) http://nataliewestgate.com/2017/04/johnny-secret-diary-of-a-serial-killer
I have received quite a few Shakespeare-related postcards!
Thank you for coming. All your comments make me extremely happy.