I have a terrible habit of going into supermarkets to buy mundane items and coming out with things that I hadn’t intended on buying. This is a big issue in Asda, because they have a deal on their books and quite a few of them are surprisingly good. On this occassion I went to buy a fineliner and some fruit and came out with:
- The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson
- In a Dark Dark wood by Ruth Ware
- Reasons to Stay Alive by Matt Haig
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“when I took up my pen, my hand made big, jerky letters like those of a child, and the lines sloped down the page from left to right almost diagonally, as if they were loops of string lying on the paper, and someone had come along and blown them away”
Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar (1963)
Picking a favourite line from The Bell Jar was almost impossible, because I had literally pages of them. I’m not usually one to mark up my books. I keep them in pristine condition, or at least as pristine as can be expected. But I had to keep track of the lines that caught my attention because they were just too good not to be documented.
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I’m a book-lover, a book-enthusiast, a literary hoarder. My passion for reading, for discovering new worlds and finding new writers has only grown stronger as has my love of tea and finding the perfect spot to read. This is the place where I will be sharing all book-related things; quotes, reviews, books I’ve bought and books I’d like to read.
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