Bookishly Roundup

In a previous post, I mentioned that for my birthday I got a 3-month subscription to Bookishly's 'Tea and Book Club'. This means that every month I received a parcel containing a surprise vintage paperback, a bookmark, some pretty stationery and some tea. Now that the subscription has finished, I thought I would share my winnings with you:... Continue Reading →

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BR: ‘Out of the Silent Planet’ by C.S. Lewis

I think I owe science fiction an apology. It's never been a genre I naturally gravitate towards; in my mind I've never quite been able to separate it from images of trashy B movies and geeky conventions. However, this book has proved my prejudices wrong; it is  beautifully and intelligently written and throws up some very... Continue Reading →

Best Bookshops in Cromer

To celebrate my 18th birthday, I went to Cromer for the weekend with my two best friends. I love Cromer because it has barely changed since the Victorian era: the same cobbled backstreets, extravagant pier and pastel-painted fisherman's cottages are visible in all the old photographs. I must admit it wasn't exactly a normal choice for a newly-turned-eighteen-year-old; some of the wild... Continue Reading →

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