You know, perhaps I should read the manual that came with the camera. Or use the software that came with it, rather than mucking about with ImageMagick.
Not included in the horribly framed shot, but also in the display window, is Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics:
Some books are silly. Some books are serious. Quirkyalone is both. It's the rare coffee-table (or bathroom) book that makes you smile and think. A treasure trove of fun, laughs, and endless questions to ask yourself, Quirkyalone is a bible for all who reject archaic notions of romantic relationships. The book is loaded with individual voices of people who are constructing new approaches to life and love. Don't expect to find linear narrative or cliched self-help lingo. We have made every effort to let quirkyalones speak for themselves.
I haven't taken the quiz yet, no.
In the upper left corner, we have Big Big Love: A Sourcebook on Sex for People of Size and Those Who Love Them, from Hanne Blank, while in the lower right corner, there's Zaftig: The Case for Curves by Edward St. Paige, not to be confused with Zaftig: Well Rounded Erotica, edited by Hanne Blank.
Yes, I'm trying to confuse you, to make up for the fact that I couldn't work out how to make an imagemap. I'm petty that way.
Also pictured are Another Kind of Love, by Paula Christian, Cinematherapy for Lovers: The Girl's Guide to Finding True Love One Movie at a Time by Beverly West and Nancy Peske, and several others that I might come back and list/link at some point.
Oh, and you can click the image to open a larger version in a pop-up window. Same with the others I've tossed up the last few days. I suppose I should have mentioned this at the time. . .