I’ve fallen in love with writing these posts, highlighting a book shop that i have fallen in love with, and want to share more of. In my last post, i talked about The Portal Book Shop, an LGBTQ+ book shop that i found in York on my travels. Today i wanted to talk about a lovely little place that i found somewhere i know pretty well.
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Last Friday our whole lives seemed to be taken over by A Series of Unfortunate Events coming to Netflix. I feel like we’ve been waiting for this adaptation for so long it still doesn’t feel real that it’s right there for our viewing pleasure.
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This series is going to continue on the first Monday of every month with a new character in which we think has a lesson or two to teach (or at least, we’ve learnt something from reading their stories).
This weeks addition is Sophie May from Giovanna Fletcher’s novels Billy and Me and Always With Love, including her novella staring Sophie, Christmas With Billy and Me. Sophie is such a kind and compassionate person it’s hard not to love her. Giovanna writes her in such a way that everyone is drawn to Sophie, you really do want to be her best friend.
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I’ve started a new little series on the blog, and that is ‘Lessons we could learn from…’ Each month i will talk about a different character, that doesn’t need to be a protagonist, just any character that i feel i have either learned a lesson from or i think others will benefit from hearing about the lessons that character brings to life. These posts will be on the first Monday of every month and will allow me to talk about my personal thoughts on the messages within novels that i’ve read or studied. It also means that if you haven’t read a novel i want to talk about, it gives you a little bit of an idea of the characters within it. Keep your eyes out for the posts that are going to come!
Continue reading “Lessons We Could Learn From Holden Caulfield” →