Whilst waiting for the warmer weather to make an appearance, I can be found in a comfy seat or cosy café discovering new female writers whilst revisiting some old favourites. I'm longing for sunny days when I can take myself out of the office to spend an hour in the park with a good book. Feel free to leave your recommendations in the comments below.Read More
This independent bookstore, located on the left bank of Paris, is a wet dream for literary lovers. For those of you who have read Ernest Hemingway’s “A Moveable Feast” then you’ve already been introduced to its first incarnation.
It was 1919 when the American Sylvia Beach opened up on 8 rue Dupuytren, in the 6th district of Paris. Three years later, needing more space, she moved around the corner to rue de l’Odéon before closing down in 1941 due to the German occupation.Read More