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Recently, I met up with two friends from my old university, intending to catch up and wander a little bit. That “wander” turned out to be a trip to every bookshop within the area — and there are quite a few within walking distance of each other. So if you have an afternoon to spare (and a little money if you, like me, are prone to buying more books than you can read),… Read More

A few years ago, there was a Facebook tag going around, asking people to name ten books that influenced them. I was looking back on the choices made by 18-year-old me and thought I’d share them with you, with some thoughts from present me! 1. The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern [Fantasy] Full disclosure: I haven’t actually finished reading this. I must’ve been reading it around the time I made this list,… Read More

Hello everybody, and welcome to my second Sleepy Sunday post! (Now that there are two, this must officially count as a series…) We all have those days when everything seems to go wrong, or the weight of the world seems just a bit much. For times like those, here are a few book-related comforts to help carry you to a better day. 1. A trinket or two If you can’t visit Hogwarts, at least… Read More

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