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I'm going to read every book that has been written ...

Robert is anxious that he will die before he finishes all the books he has at home. He said this morning: oh my, oh my, there is not enough time. 268 more words

Summer Reading: Why Fantasy Novels Should be on Your Reading List

by Nicolas White and Sara Whitestone

“Fairy tales are more than true – not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us dragons can be beaten.” – Neil Gaiman paraphrasing G.K. 1,228 more words

Summer Reading


I have The Count of Monte Cristo and it is mine.  I tell people about this when they come into the shop and watch them flush with admiration or envy or disbelief or complete disinterest. 268 more words

...all that light...

I visited the Flinders University Library last Wednesday instead of opening the shop. I went there not as a student but as a visitor but I can borrow the books through my daughter who is a student there. 684 more words

The House of Brie

It is September and it is warming up. Passers-by are not so huddled and they do not walk by so fast. They stand in the sun and look through the shop window. 364 more words

Why We Read // my_book_opinions

Hello fellow bookworms.

Welcome to the first post of this series, this series is called, as you may have noticed, Why We Read and it is pretty self explanatory, but you can, and should, continue reading if you want to know more about it. 962 more words

Why We Read

The Cat

A young mum and her two children came into the shop one afternoon.  She  asked for The Magic Rocking Chair but her son wanted Lord of the Rings… 222 more words