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A Tale of Two Bookshops: Bookbarn International and Wonder Book

A friend’s wedding in Bristol last Saturday provided the perfect opportunity for a return visit to Bookbarn International, a terrific secondhand bookshop near Bath in northeast Somerset. 490 more words


4 Interesting Bookshops Around the World

There are bookshops of all kinds. Little and big ones, some simple and other with a detailed decor, but one thing they all have in common: they gather book lovers. 293 more words


The Book-Hunters of 1888 (4)

To judge from the record number of visitors to the blog in recent weeks you have all greatly enjoyed the exuberant guest posts from my charming and highly talented colleague, Pauline Schol – as have I.  1,649 more words


The Peculiarities of Bookshop Customers

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It’s been a few months now since I started working in a bookshop, and although I completely love working amongst books every day, it also has its drawbacks. 630 more words


I believe in the magic of books...

“I believe in the magic of books.
I believe that during certain periods in our lives
we are drawn to particular books
whether it’s strolling down the aisles of a bookshop… 64 more words

City Lights Books

This past April, I checked off a bookstore from my “bookstore buck list” (a list I haven’t actually written down, but hey, there’s another post idea!). 554 more words


Stop what your doing and read this book!

When the nice man in my local bookstore recommended ‘The Versions of Us’ by Laura Barnett, I was immediately taken in by the stylish cover and intriguing blurb. 163 more words