The five-story Waterstones bookstore at Piccadilly Circus in London knows exactly how to persuade a book-lover to stay there all day.
Visit the Charles Dickens Museum in London to discover how closely the author based his character David Copperfield on his own life.
Reviews of books by travel bloggers and writers who will be speaking and leading writing workshops at TravelCon.
The best list of fiction books for your next trip to London, England. Visit statues, museums, and other experiences related to the books during your vacation.
Oxford is steeped in Literary history and there’s plenty to see even if you only have a day. For some of the sights you just have to know where to look.
Did you know Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote an original manuscript, and it’s about one inch tall? Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, on display at Windsor Castle, has a library filled with tiny original manuscripts by several now famous classic writers such as J. M. Barrie, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as well as the famous cartoonist Fougasse.
A Suitcase Full of Books has been selected as a recipient of an Impact Fund Little Free Library. A library kit, box of books, and stand have arrived. With a little paint and construction, the new library will be opened this coming summer!
Jane Austen’s final unfinished manuscript parodies the aristocratic society of a fictional town modeled on Brighton, possibly due to humiliation by Prince Regent George IV.
While some reclusive writers favor retreats hidden away, William Beckford instead built a tall tower everyone could see, with no inclination of inviting anyone inside. If you’re looking for a quiet retreat with a reading nook above the rooftops, the lower rooms of Beckford’s Tower are available for weekend rentals.
Have you ever thought about what goes into the preservation of the historic author museums we all love to visit? Let me tell you, so much more goes on behind the scenes than you’ll ever realize during your visit.