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The Book-Hunters of 1888 (9)

 26 — Mr Molini.  The next figure in our sequence is deftly characterised by Karslake — “In the foreground, standing up, white-haired and soft-hatted, is the late Mr. 2,297 more words


Book-Cycle of Exeter

This past weekend we paid a visit to close friends who live in Exeter, Devon. A bleak day of exploring the city in torrential wind and rain was saved by a wonderful tea room ( 209 more words


Have I sold out, or did I buy in?

Sounds of a Broken Radio

So I’ve done it.  I went ahead an published some of my writing which is available at Amazon and Lulu.com – I think it’s available at most online bookshops, but I can’t be sure as the marketing wizardry of the publishers goes way beyond my brain. 18 more words


The Ten Best Bookshops in the World

Etienne van Sloun

I love a good bookshop. The kind where you can spend ages browsing the shelves and then curl up in an armchair with a pile of interesting looking reads before deciding which to buy. 1,028 more words

Shakespeare And Company

Немного о книжных магазинах

Приветствую Вас в своем книжном мире! Сегодня мы отправимся путешествовать по финским книжным магазинам Турку. Все книжные мы не сможем посетить, но в самые большие и примечательные заглянем.


London Bookshop Crawl

I have a hobby, although my family would probably call it a bad habit, and it’s meeting people from online for adventures. It’s stood me in good stead so far, having explored Poland with a woman who is now one of my closest friends and hopped around America doing everything from sight seeing, to kareoke to drunkenly chasing deers while naked and trying to kayak to Hawaii from Washington (turns out, you can’t). 743 more words

Book Related

Bookwitch bites #134

Kathryn Evans’s launch earlier in the week went very well, as I might have mentioned. Books selling out and bookshops being tightly packed and all that. 542 more words