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“Without libraries what have we? We have no past and no future.” Ray Bradbury

My love affair with libraries started more than 35 years ago when my parents first took me to our local library and registered me there. To a child who read voraciously this was a gift that kept on giving. To … Continue reading

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Unread, now read book 3 – The Cement Garden, Ian McEwan

I have slowed down a bit recently, I am currently on book four from my unread books on my bookshelf list – hopefully with the Christmas break coming I can get through quite a few more of them as having … Continue reading

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The curse of the unread book

I am an inveterate book buyer; sometimes a red mist descends when I am ‘just browsing’ in a bookshop and I leave in a daze weighed down with books. I am also incapable of passing a secondhand bookstore without going in and buying … Continue reading

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