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Bookish news on the web this week -  3 October 2015. Three cognitive benefits of reading fiction; 11 unusual bookstores you can visit; 19 second-hand bookshops in the UK; 21 Bookstore signs that capture the joy of reading; Bookmarks versus dog ears: how you keep track of your reading – in pictures; The authors who prove it’s never too late to write a book; The Irish literary journal’s irresistible rise; How Shakespeare’s great escape from the plague changed theatre Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 3 October 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 3 October 2015. Three cognitive benefits of reading fiction; 11 unusual bookstores you can visit; 19 second-hand bookshops in the UK; 21 Bookstore signs that capture the joy of reading; Bookmarks versus dog ears: how you keep track of your reading – in pictures; The authors who prove it’s never too late to write a book; The Irish literary journal’s irresistible rise; How Shakespeare’s great escape from the plague changed theatre

Bookish news on the web this week -  12 September 2015. Crowdfunded reading Literary launches: how crowdfunding is fuelling the literary avant garde. Reviews: What the press thinks of Eggshells by Caitriona Lally; And in case you missed it, my review of Jay Spencer Green’s Breakfast at Cannibal Joe’s. Audio books; 7 important facts that you should know about buying audio books online Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 12 September 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 12 September 2015. Crowdfunded reading Literary launches: how crowdfunding is fuelling the literary avant garde. Reviews: What the press thinks of Eggshells by Caitriona Lally; And in case you missed it, my review of Jay Spencer Green’s Breakfast at Cannibal Joe’s. Audio books; 7 important facts that you should know about buying audio books online

Bookish news on the web this week -  5 September 2015. Calais migrant camp gets makeshift library – and it needs more books; Reading: Bringing Irish short stories by women into the spotlight; Bookish confessions: Fifty bookish confessions Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 5 September 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 5 September 2015. Calais migrant camp gets makeshift library – and it needs more books; Reading: Bringing Irish short stories by women into the spotlight; Bookish confessions: Fifty bookish confessions

Bookish news on the web this week -  22 August 2015. Shelf-catering: tourists offered chance to run a bookshop on holiday; Did you know this about the bookshops of Bath?; The Bookshop Blogger’s Annual review #2: everyone needs a hobby (Happy Anniversary Erica!); What are your reading pet peeves?; Five great questions I was asked as a reference librarian; Ten things you might not have known about the English language Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 22 August 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 22 August 2015. Shelf-catering: tourists offered chance to run a bookshop on holiday; Did you know this about the bookshops of Bath?; The Bookshop Blogger’s Annual review #2: everyone needs a hobby (Happy Anniversary Erica!); What are your reading pet peeves?; Five great questions I was asked as a reference librarian; Ten things you might not have known about the English language

Bookish news on the web this week - 6 June 2015. Reading: 26 reasons why you need to read more; Buying books: New Bookindy app helps bookshops fight back against Amazon; Books: Why does Tom Ripley – and his creator, Patricia Highsmith – still fascinate?; Video: Jen Campbell – the be a good human book tag Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 6 June 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 6 June 2015. Reading: 26 reasons why you need to read more; Buying books: New Bookindy app helps bookshops fight back against Amazon; Books: Why does Tom Ripley – and his creator, Patricia Highsmith – still fascinate?; Video: Jen Campbell – the be a good human book tag

Bookish news on the web this week - 30 May 2015. Bookshop: Roe River Books, Dundalk, Ireland; Reading: Why do novelists disguise real locations?; Dyslexia: How this Aussie girl won Richard Branson Over; Video: All About Those Books, MDIHS Library Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 30 May 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 30 May 2015. Bookshop: Roe River Books, Dundalk, Ireland; Reading: Why do novelists disguise real locations?; Dyslexia: How this Aussie girl won Richard Branson Over; Video: All About Those Books, MDIHS Library

Bookish news on the web this week - 23 May 2015. Agatha Christie’s “forgotten” Syrian memoir gets a new lease of life; The best recent crime novels, from the Guardian; Ghostwriters haunt our illusions about solitary authors; Breaking point: is the writing on the wall for the paragraph?; Video: Tree Book Tree Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 23 May 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 23 May 2015. Agatha Christie’s “forgotten” Syrian memoir gets a new lease of life; The best recent crime novels, from the Guardian; Ghostwriters haunt our illusions about solitary authors; Breaking point: is the writing on the wall for the paragraph?; Video: Tree Book Tree

Bookish news on the web this week - 16 May 2015. Punctuation; Every child deserves to have their life represented in books; Meet the author: why writing is no longer just about the words Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 16 May 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 16 May 2015. Punctuation; Every child deserves to have their life represented in books; Meet the author: why writing is no longer just about the words

Bookish news on the web this week - 9 May 2015. Bookshops: Top 10 coolest bookshops in Britain; Author interviews: Rob Sinclair on forensic accounting; Anne Enright on yielding to the Irish tradition; History: The Foundling Museum; Storytelling: How digital storytelling revives the ancient art of gossip; Video: These Words Aren’t What You Think They Are Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 9 May 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 9 May 2015. Bookshops: Top 10 coolest bookshops in Britain; Author interviews: Rob Sinclair on forensic accounting; Anne Enright on yielding to the Irish tradition; History: The Foundling Museum; Storytelling: How digital storytelling revives the ancient art of gossip; Video: These Words Aren’t What You Think They Are

Bookish news on the web this week - 2 May 2015 from thetbrpile.com. Reading: How important is the end of a book?; The joy of discovering lost literary gems; Bookshops: The unputdownable spirit of the local bookshop; Publishers: Tramp Press a welcome outlet for new Irish fiction Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 2 May 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 2 May 2015 from thetbrpile.com. Reading: How important is the end of a book?; The joy of discovering lost literary gems; Bookshops: The unputdownable spirit of the local bookshop; Publishers: Tramp Press a welcome outlet for new Irish fiction

Bookish news on the web this week - 25 April 2015 from www.thetbrpile.com. Reading: A great reader is ...; Are you a book snob?; Girl, 8, strikes a blow for equality for "boys only" books; Survey: historical fiction survey; Libraries: "Little Free Library Book": guide to a now-worldwide phenomenon; Bruno Mars Uptown Funk parody: Unread Book Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 25 April 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 25 April 2015 from www.thetbrpile.com. Reading: A great reader is ...; Are you a book snob?; Girl, 8, strikes a blow for equality for "boys only" books; Survey: historical fiction survey; Libraries: "Little Free Library Book": guide to a now-worldwide phenomenon; Bruno Mars Uptown Funk parody: Unread Book

Bookish news on the web this week - 18 April 2015 from www.thetbrpile.com. Alice: 10 things you didn't know about Alice in Wonderland; Bookshops: Browsing bookshops then buying online is a "Genteel form of shoplifting"; The Long Read: The girl who ruled fairyland for a little while Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 18 April 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 18 April 2015 from www.thetbrpile.com. Alice: 10 things you didn't know about Alice in Wonderland; Bookshops: Browsing bookshops then buying online is a "Genteel form of shoplifting"; The Long Read: The girl who ruled fairyland for a little while

Bookish news on the web this week - 11 April 2015, from www.thetbrpile.com. To celebrate Anthony Trollope's 200th anniversay, writers choose their favourite novel; 100 best first lines from novels; Stuff and nonsense: myths that should by now be history; What shall I read next? A guide to UKYA; Why is it "zed" in Britain, and "zee" in America? Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 11 April 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 11 April 2015, from www.thetbrpile.com. To celebrate Anthony Trollope's 200th anniversay, writers choose their favourite novel; 100 best first lines from novels; Stuff and nonsense: myths that should by now be history; What shall I read next? A guide to UKYA; Why is it "zed" in Britain, and "zee" in America?

Bookish news on the web this week - 4 April 2015, from www.thetbrepile.com. Baddies in books: Obadiah Slope, the calculating curate; two quizzes; crowdfunding: Indie book stores turn to crowdfunding to stay alive Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 4 April 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 4 April 2015, from www.thetbrepile.com. Baddies in books: Obadiah Slope, the calculating curate; two quizzes; crowdfunding: Indie book stores turn to crowdfunding to stay alive

Bookish news on the web this week - 28 March 2015 from www.thetbrpile.com. 25 of the most incredibly beautiful book sculptures ever; Buyer beware - books and ebooks may not be what you expect; 22 places all book lovers must go; music and reading; Dark Lord Funk - Harry Potter Parody of "Uptown Funk" (and it's brilliant). Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 28 March 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 28 March 2015 from www.thetbrpile.com. 25 of the most incredibly beautiful book sculptures ever; Buyer beware - books and ebooks may not be what you expect; 22 places all book lovers must go; music and reading; Dark Lord Funk - Harry Potter Parody of "Uptown Funk" (and it's brilliant).

Bookish news on the web this week - 21 March 2015. Books: Why Great Novels Don't Get Noticed; 30 Times The Novel Has Been Declared Dead; Judging A Book By Its Title; Poem: The Beautiful Librarians by Sean O'Brien; Reading: Books Without Swear Words?; Health Benefits Of Being An Avid Reader; Where My Ugly At; Bookshops: Is This The Final Chapter For London's Bookshops?; Literary Festivals; Alice In Wonderland - articles and video; Crowdfunding: Pogwin (this is gorgeous!) Top Ten Books, Little Free Libraries, Free Library, Uptown Funk, Book Sculpture, Sculptures, Pet Peeves, Lets Do It, Agatha Christie

Bookish news on the web this week - 21 March 2015

Bookish news on the web this week - 21 March 2015. Books: Why Great Novels Don't Get Noticed; 30 Times The Novel Has Been Declared Dead; Judging A Book By Its Title; Poem: The Beautiful Librarians by Sean O'Brien; Reading: Books Without Swear Words?; Health Benefits Of Being An Avid Reader; Where My Ugly At; Bookshops: Is This The Final Chapter For London's Bookshops?; Literary Festivals; Alice In Wonderland - articles and video; Crowdfunding: Pogwin (this is gorgeous!)