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An Experiment in Multitasking and Reading

Recently I watched a little documentary on Youtube called "BOOKSTORES: How to Read More Books in the Golden Age of Content" in which Max Joseph explores bookstores across Latin America while also investigating how to read more in his everyday life. I enjoyed this documentary for many reasons, so there may be several posts pertaining… Continue reading An Experiment in Multitasking and Reading

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Best Bookshop Qualities

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic is supposed to highlight bookstores we've always wanted to visit; however, I thought it would be to share ten qualities that make for the best bookshops. In no particular order:   What are your favorite bookshop qualities? Do you have a favorite bookshop? Let me know in… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Best Bookshop Qualities

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Would You Rather? | Book Tag

It's time for another tag! I always loved playing would you rather as a kid, so I was super excited when I discovered that the Would You Rather Book Tag actually exists. Thanks so much to Bridget @ Bridget & Books for tagging me!! Rather read only a series or stand-alone books? When I was younger… Continue reading Would You Rather? | Book Tag

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: A Bookish Thanksgiving!

Happy Tuesday!! With Thanksgiving in just two days, the lovely bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish have decided to make this week's Top Ten Tuesday an open-ended Thanksgiving theme. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday (besides Christmas, of course!) because it's simple and sweet: friends and family get together to enjoy quality time with… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: A Bookish Thanksgiving!

Bookish, Rambles

the value of bookstores.

Recently I went to my local bookstore just to look around. I didn't have any specific book in mind to buy, and I was simply taking my time browsing the shelves. I came across two books in particular that caught my eye, and eventually I decided to buy them. They are: The Crane Wife by Patrick… Continue reading the value of bookstores.