Friday, 6 April 2018

Bookish Paraphernalia

I'm not new to the world of blogging but have felt
the need to start anew a number of times, and
for various reasons.

So as I sit here pondering over what to write,
I glance up at the window and notice soft white 
flakes falling gently from a pastel tinted sky. 

It's been a confused season, of all weathers.

I'll be glad to see its end.


As this will primarily be a book blog, what better way
to begin than introducing a few of my favourite 
bookish finds from around the web...


This perfect brooch from Punky Pins 

This epic print by Chatty Nora 

Loving this tee from Resilience Streetwear
(I have this in black :D)

We all need a book bag.

This one was created by Melvis Makes

Yes please! To this pendant by The Locket Library

Hands up who needs a pair of these babies, via Styles of Life

Why do I not have a book ring in my life? Via Xanne Fran

I think I need to smell this candle from Frost Beard

C.S.Lewis inspired tea, from the Literary Tea Company 

Yes, just one more chapter... Via Anders Attic

"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players"
- William Shakespeare - 


  1. So happy to to visit your book place! All the Hingis you choose are fabulous! I have a spectacular bookbag,
    I must find it! You reminded me I need a comfy pillow for my new chair! Yes! I have my own chair!
    For many reasons , as well, I have lost my creative way. Thank you for the push & inspiration to get back at it! But I will never leave my books!
    Don't want to mention he weather, you won't believe it
    Be well, b safe xoDebi

    1. Hello, lovely Debi. I'm glad you still have your book bag. I really miss blogging and visiting all the wonderful blogs that were once a big part of my life. Instagram has kind of taken over, but I'm determined to get back to blogging more regularly, and it would be lovely to see your creative genius back in blogland too xx

    2. Just as soon as I pick my lip off the ground! My son & familyare moving away from lands end , I'm sad, my 3 puddleduck's won't be in ear shot anymore. My daughter has always lived in the city, but my son & I are never too far apart. ( we like country living)
      Anyway..............poor me. Hahahahaha

    3. Being apart from loved ones is truly difficult. I know xx

  2. I love the idea of literary teas! I might need to build another shelf in my pantry now. We had so much snow last night it looks like December again! I’ll be glad to see it end this year too.

    Nice to see you back at blogging! 💜

    1. Oh the teas have stolen my heart and I'd love a collection of them...but a new shelf would be a must for me too. There's something lovely about all weathers but when you've had too much of it...hurry up sunshine!!

      Thank you. I have missed blogging xx

  3. "It's not hoarding if it's books" -- LOL! I'm going to check out some of these websites now, thanks!