Five Books about Books

There are so many books out there that we’ve all got reading lists a mile long. Our shelves groan and overspill, but I bet you’ve got room for a few more. Today I’ve got a list for you of five book written about the subject of books- I’m talking book-binding, ‘biographies’ of publishing houses, and histories of bookish groups and people from throughout time. Definitely gift potential for your bookish friends.

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“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations.” Five recipes inspired by literary favourites – the winter edition.

That quote is from Oscar Wilde by the way, a man after my own bitter introverted heart. If you’re cooking for a crowd, for yourself or bringing something to a party then why not try one of these literary-inspired recipes inspired by wintery tomes.

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Sunday Non-Fiction Spotlight: Five #HistoryBooksByWomen

If you head over to twitter right now you’ll see #HistoryBooksByWomen trending like you wouldn’t believe. This week I’m going to pick out five very different histories written by women about gender, sexuality and themes of oppression and discrimination.

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“Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.” Five recipes inspired by literary favourites.

 

You may think you’re too wrapped up in your current book to stop to eat, but today I’ve pulled together five recipes from five different literary classics or from favourite authors, which you could make this weekend. After all, as George Bernard Shaw once said “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.”

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