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Foyles Bookshop, Waterloo Station, London

This one is going to be short and sweet, I promise.

Once again, alas, it’s not a library but a bookshop. But a very exciting bookshop, might I add. 614 more words



So yesterday a tourist from Texas decided to peruse the Waterstones in Trafalgar Square. Maybe pick up a book or two, you know – add a bit of culture to his trip to the land of Angles. 204 more words


Appleby featured in King's Review

My photographs of Appleby in the Intimacy print issue of King’s Review magazine.

‘King’s Review is an online and print magazine that brings together the best of academic expertise and current affairs journalism.’ 46 more words


Reader Wanted

As with many things, it started with a tweet. Thirty-four year old Andrew Bailey, who has Friedreich’s ataxia – a degenerative disease which stopped him being able to read 15 years ago – put a sign in a bookshop looking for someone to read to him. 346 more words

Book Challenge

My Best Bits About Bookshops

My life has just been so busy lately: coursework, tests, sport, present organising for my sister… I realise that my posts have been a lot more sporadic recently because of that – in the brief amount of spare time I give myself (there’s always something I could be doing but I know I need a break too) I am either reading a book or writing a post, but please stick with me! 289 more words


My Top Ten UK Bookshops (Currently)

I thought today, in honour of the Books Are My Bag initiative, I would share some of my favourite bookshops with you all. Obviously you will be heading to your local bookshop today and supporting them, if they are one of these then pretend I am there in spirit. 1,516 more words

Bookshops I Love

A day out in London

During my recent trip to Oxford, I hopped the train to London for a day (it’s only an hour’s ride each way). London is the first European city I ever visited (when I was 16, on a high school band trip), and while I find it a little overwhelming, I do love it. 473 more words