The Little Paris Bookshop has everything I like in a book. It has characters you can root for, an undeniably bookish theme with Jean Perdu’s wonderful book apothecary on a barge moored in the Seine, and enough depth and emotional wisdom to offset the potential twee-ness of the story. 854 more words
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I’ve had a couple of experiences this week which I feel needed an airing.
Firstly, someone I know a little phoned me and asked to interview me around the topic of booksellers and how they relate to libraries and whether there was ground for a developing relationship, and a bunch of questions on were we able to find what we wanted in bookshops and a heap of other really interesting and good to make you ponder questions. 838 more words
What do I do when I don’t dream of travelling? I travel. This time to the bookshops of London.
There are a million things to see in this beautiful and vibrant city, but I’ll tell you about my favourite and extraordinary bookshops in this blogpost. 208 more words
Around Town will be a monthly series appearing on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Featured on Around Town will be the literary culture, geography and history of a town, meaning I’ll be showcasing upcoming literary events, discussing where to find the best bookshops, and guiding you through literary tours around the world. 931 more words