|You can just see on the white paper behind the bookmarks the visual instruction guide for situating the bookmark in your current read.|
|I've only placed one in a book so far--the top one. |
As I'm not too far into the book, it's awkwardly placed at the moment.
|I found that in order to get the bookmark to sit flat on top|
early (or late) in the book, I must fold a crease that does NOT
correspond to the actual fold on the bookmark.
So I haven't really gotten a chance to read with one of these in place. Unfortunately, I didn't pick up my mail until nine o'clock last night, and reading wasn't on the agenda. However, I did take the time to put one of these babies in my current read (Perpetua by Amy Peterson).
First application is just a hint on the confusing side--but there's handy little instructions on the back of the bookmark sheet. (I referred to it a couple of times.) Thankfully, when I misplaced the bookmark, I was able to lift it up without any damage to the book pages and reapply it where I wanted. It took me a couple of applications (because I'm that AAA-personality).
Other than having to read instructions for a bookmark for the first time in my life, it's a handy little device, and I look forward to using it later today!
Aside: I'll be updating this blog when I have more fully experimented with this bookmark.
And here's the link if you want to find out more about the Albatros book mark. Who needs eBooks these days?