Famous bookshops I want to visit

As someone who loves books, it’s no surprise that I love getting lost in a bookshop while wandering up and down the aisles and seeing all the latest recommendations. And as I love to travel, there’s nothing better than discovering different shops all around the world.

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Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag

It’s that time of year where we all look back on the year so far and see what books we have loved, disliked and still want to read by the end of the year. This tag is always a lot of fun and I love seeing everyone else’s answers too.

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Books that Matter June 2020 unboxing

Today I received the Women’s Prize Collection box by Books that Matter. In this blog post, I show what’s inside the box, so there will be spoilers.

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Gilmore Girls Book Tag

Gilmore Girls is one of my favourite tv shows so when I saw this tag floating around online, I knew I had to take part.

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Stay at home book tag

Since most of us are stuck indoors at the moment, this is a great tag to take part in.

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13 Books I wish I could read for the first time again

Sometimes I just want to reread a favourite book but at the same time I wish I could read some of them for the first time all over again because they were just so good.

Here are some that I’ve been craving to reread lately.

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7 tips on how to read more

We all have busy lives and it can be hard to find the time to read a book. Here are some tips that might help you read more.

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Review: When All is Said by Anne Griffin

When All is Said follows Maurice, an 84-year-old Irish man, throughout the course of one evening. It’s set in a hotel bar in Meath, which holds a lot of memories in the man’s past.

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My 10 favourite female bloggers

Since today is International Women’s Day, I thought it would be the perfect time to celebrate the work of other female bloggers by sharing some of my favourites.

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Review: The Toy Makers by Robert Dinsdale

Blurb: Do you remember when you believed in magic? It is 1917, and while war wages across Europe, in the heart of London, there is a place of hope and enchantment. The Emporium sells toys that capture the imagination of children and adults alike: patchwork dogs that seem alive, toy boxes that are bigger on […]

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A book lover’s guide to Paris

There are so many great things about Paris, from the Louvre, architecture, nightlife and the Seine. But one of my favourites has to be its bookshops. After all, Paris is known to be a paradise for book lovers.

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