The Last Bookstore, LA

I’ve acquired a plethora of books in the last few months, more than I can be bothered to list. Considering that I have little to no room for them I’m not quite sure how smart buying them all was, but hey-ho, I’m happy. I can’t visit another country without finding a bookshop and decided well in advance that I had to visit The Last Bookstore while I was in LA. It’s an amazing used and new bookshop in downtown ………

Books Are My Bag & City Books, Hove

Books Are My Bag – nationwide campaign to celebrate bookshops – ran from the 9th to the 12th last week. To partake in the festivities I popped to my new favourite book shop – City Books – to spend money I don’t have on books I probably don’t definitely need. City Books is situated in Hove, down Western Road away from Churchill Square. It may seem a little off the beaten track, but from the centre of town it ………

July Book Haul

July has been a month of many a book, not only did I splurge at The Book People – I got an incredible amount of books for £30 – but I also bought a few extras with some birthday money. The Book People Barbara Comyns series: Our Spoons Came from Woolworths, Sisters by a River, and The Vet’s Daughter Elizabeth Taylor series (not the actress): Angel, A View of the Harbour, and Mrs Palfrey at the ………

Book Haul

I’m going to have to start avoiding Oxfam. I cannot pass their bookshop in Brighton without popping in and seeing what new beauties they may have. There is nothing more exciting that finding an edition of a favourite book you don’t have, or an old edition of something you can’t wait to read. Who am I kidding, it’s not just Oxfam, it’s anywhere I can possibly spend money on literature. Welcome to the book haul. ………