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In a quieter part of London, nestled near the middle of a quaint little street is a lovely place that not many people seem to know about. 48 Doughty Street was Charles Dickens’ home from 1837 to 1839 and is the location where he wrote The Pickwick Papers, Nicholas Nickleby and Oliver Twist. It is now the Charles Dickens Museum, where I have been volunteering for the last few months. This may make you think I’m… Read More

This year, my reading target was set at a very ambitious… *drumroll* 22. I know. Please hold the applause until the end of the post. Because I didn’t read for myself much during my university years, I thought I would ease back into it and keep my target relatively reachable. And now, (a bit more than) halfway into the year, I have reached half my target. So in order to celebrate not totally failing,… Read More

By the time you read this, my bookshelves will no longer be the same. I’ve been thinking about rearranging my shelves for a while. Then I saw that my friend Summer recently did a bookshelf tour on her blog, and I thought — what better way to document the before and after of the Great Rearrangement? Because I have more than one shelf, I’m splitting the tour into parts. This part will cover… Read More

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