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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

London is, unsurprisingly, steeped in literary and publishing history. Last week, I had the chance to go on a walking tour around some spots featured in various pieces of literature, or ones that were integral to the city’s legacy of publishing. I thought I would share what I learnt with you! Before we begin, please put your seatbelt on and do not stick your head out of the windows at any point… Read More

“Augustus Gloop! Augustus Gloop! The great big greedy nincompoop!” I could recite pretty much the whole poem from memory. Like many people, I read Roald Dahl when I was a child but unlike most, I never really outgrew him. Some might have acquired a taste for the classics, others may have dived into the contemporary. But amongst all the books I have opened, all the pages I have turned, all the stories I have lived in, Roald Dahl’s remain my constant… Read More

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