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Jews Court Bookshop. Steep Hill. Lincolnshire

Jews Court Bookshop. Steep Hill. Lincolnshire

— 1 year ago with 40 notes
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Literary coffee & book shop in Belle-île-en-mer

Literary coffee & book shop in Belle-île-en-mer

— 1 year ago with 630 notes
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Ann Patchett’s favourite bookshop – McLean & Eakin Booksellers, Petoskey, Michigan
"I walked into the bookstore of this dreamy little town and at that moment all the other bookstores I’d known in my life fell away… Books and bookstores are really the only things I can speak to with authority. And so I say to you absolutely: McLean & Eakin, Petoskey, Michigan — go.”
From Famous Writers on Their Favorite Bookstores

Ann Patchett’s favourite bookshop – McLean & Eakin Booksellers, Petoskey, Michigan

"I walked into the bookstore of this dreamy little town and at that moment all the other bookstores I’d known in my life fell away… Books and bookstores are really the only things I can speak to with authority. And so I say to you absolutely: McLean & Eakin, Petoskey, Michigan — go.”

From Famous Writers on Their Favorite Bookstores

— 1 year ago with 6 notes
#Anne Patchett  #Bookstore  #Bookshop  #Lit 
Inside Barter Books - a bookshop in Northumberland, England

Inside Barter Books - a bookshop in Northumberland, England

— 1 year ago with 141 notes
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Ler Devagar (Portugese for “Read Slowly”) is housed in the old LX factory in Lisbon, a massive building built in 1846 to manufacture thread and fabric. Now, the factory is home to a variety of creative companies, art galleries, artists’ spaces, and this wonderful bookstore, which as you can see, makes great use of all that vertical industrial space.

Ler Devagar (Portugese for “Read Slowly”) is housed in the old LX factory in Lisbon, a massive building built in 1846 to manufacture thread and fabric. Now, the factory is home to a variety of creative companies, art galleries, artists’ spaces, and this wonderful bookstore, which as you can see, makes great use of all that vertical industrial space.

— 1 year ago with 53 notes
#Bookshop 
Bound to be Read - Bookstore

Bound to be Read - Bookstore

— 2 years ago with 221 notes
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Livaria Da Vila Bookshop

Livaria Da Vila Bookshop

— 2 years ago with 37 notes
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