October 2020 Wrap Up | My Top 5 Posts

Omg. I have 100 followers now. What!? I am beyond grateful and speechless for each one of you who thought my blog was worth a part of your lives. Welcome to my bibliophile sanctuary and I’m honored you chose to be part of my bookish shenanigans! Two months till 2020 is over. How has thisContinue reading “October 2020 Wrap Up | My Top 5 Posts”

I Ordered a Surprise Book Box and Here’s What Happened

Hello my lovelies, so I got to open the surprise book box that I’ve ordered from indie and second hand bookstore Word on the Water. I really liked the selection and wanted to show you guys! I wrote about Word on the Water bookstore in a previous post. They’re one of the most unique indieContinue reading “I Ordered a Surprise Book Box and Here’s What Happened”

London’s Secret Floating Bookshop | Words on the Water

What? Words on the Water Where? Regent’s Canal Towpath, Kings Cross, N1C 4LW, London Type: Second-hand bookstore Highlights: The bookstore itself! It is literally floating on water. This post I’ll be speaking to probably one of the most picturesque bookstores I’ve ever seen. Side note: If you’re a Central Saints Martins student at UAL, youContinue reading “London’s Secret Floating Bookshop | Words on the Water”

London’s Best Independent Bookstore | London Review Bookshop

What? London Review Bookshop Where? 14-16 Bury Pl, Holborn, WC1A 2JL, London Type: Independent Bookstore / Non-specific Highlights: Contemporary Fiction Speaking of bookstores hidden in narrow street alleys; London Review Bookshop accurately fits that description. The dark green exterior provides a lovely contrast to the ever-changing display of colorful books on the windowsill, for aContinue reading “London’s Best Independent Bookstore | London Review Bookshop”

COVID-19: Supporting Local and Independent Bookstores

It is not a lie that I cherish the local bookstores and independent booksellers who continue to be a major presence in all communities, they provide a cozy and friendly space that sits close to our hearts as beings who simply are eager to connect and belong to someplace or in some page. To beContinue reading “COVID-19: Supporting Local and Independent Bookstores”