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My Day In Greenwich... Take Two!

So last week (22nd August) I took a trip to Greenwich. This week (on the 27th August) mum and I decided to go back there and take advantage of the… 267 more words

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Hurlingham Books

91 Fulham High Street, SW6 3JS
020 7736 4363
Putney Bridge LU
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Rather hidden away on the north side of Putney Bridge, you will need to take steep steps leading down to Willow Bank and walk around the corner to the junction with Ranelagh Gardens to find this amazing bookshop.  329 more words

Book Lovers' London

Exploring Derbyshire: Scarthin Books of Cromford

‘It is clear that the books owned the shop rather than the other way about. Everywhere they had run wild and taken possession of their habitat, breeding and multiplying, and clearly lacking any strong hand to keep them down.’ – 503 more words


Friends in the North

A very pleasant night out in Newcastle a couple of weeks ago with Mr & Mrs Keel Row Bookshop – also known as Anthony Smithson… 946 more words


books for So Books

Oh dear, hibernation lengthened into humid aestivation. True, I did go out on my bike, but only at a hypometabolic rate. And I did once briefly emerge for a top secret editorial session (not) for… 391 more words


Merci Beaucoup

Did you really think I’d round off a trip to Paris without finding a bookshop to obsess over?

If Merci were in London, I suspect it’d be the kind of place too hip for me to know about. 203 more words

Out And About

Adventures of an Independent Bookseller

Title: The King’s English
Author: Betsy Burton
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Genre: Books on Books
Length: 302 pages

In 1977, Betsy Burton opened a little independent bookstore in Salt Lake City, Utah. 250 more words