Temple Druid 2a
Temple Druid 2a
Noli domo egredi, nisi librum habes – Never leave home without a book.
Liz Dexter muses on freelancing, reading, and running ...
Exploring the world of ideas through books
Self-discovery through self-reflection.
Finding the Divine in the Details
the journey of a curious person at play
This Reading Life
writer * editor * publisher * teacher
Moonshine & Metaphysics
A seven-year journey
Because life is better served with a good book and a cup of tea. Book reviews and general bookish writings. I love many genres, so all manner of books may appear on my blog.
An utterly idiosyncratic view of the world, ancient and modern, with Peter Kruschwitz
Essays about books and the thoughts I have reading them
Old songs, new writing
Exploration of Literature, Cultures & Knowledge
Some of this. And some of that.
Read to live and live to read
diverse digressions and rambles on English archaeology, landscape and folk traditions with the occasional scenic diversions
"Vivre le livre!"
Thinking, writing, thinking about writing...
Adventures in reading
PGR English literature - thinking about nuclear culture - writing (v.) about writing (n.)
Defusing bullying and raising self-esteem
Imaginary Gardens With Real Toads... And Books.
and other truths we learn from literature
For award-winning, internationally-acclaimed author Rosemary Sutcliff (1920-92). By Anthony Lawton: godson, cousin & literary executor. Rosemary Sutcliff wrote historical fiction, children's literature and books, films, TV & radio, including The Eagle of the Ninth, Sword at Sunset, Song for a Dark Queen, The Mark of the Horse Lord, The Silver Branch, The Lantern Bearers, Dawn Wind, Blue Remembered Hills.
Where the work and legacy of the much-admired writer lives on
An Exploration Of Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, & Myth
News and reviews from the world of children's books and libraries
A site to discuss and celebrate great children's books
I'm just going to write because I cannot help it
'I'm just going to write because I cannot help it'
conversations about Northernness, neurodiversity and the now
A personal quest into the world of Children's Literature.
"Very wild through the wood is the way they must take"
Historian of the Eighteenth & early Nineteenth Centuries
My quirky take on women, and history, and women in history
Discussing the Liberal Arts
Reviews of books...and occasional other stuff.
library lovin', backlist browsin', SFF reader...
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Mary Oliver
There's always room for one more...
la revue des Têtes Imaginaires