8 Literary Tote Bags Book Lovers Will Love

8 Literary Tote Bags Book Lovers Will Love

As you may have guessed by now, I love literary gifts. And we, as book lovers, need big tote bags to carry our books! So, today I bring you a selection of 8 tote bags that are perfect for book lovers. Here they are:

Literary tote bags


My favorite is the Emma Tote Bag (#5). Love it!
What about you? What's your favorite?


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My Small Reading Corner

My reading corner

Autumn has come and Winter will be here soon. So I thought of posting about my small reading corner. It's only a chair (and a blanket), but especially in the winter, there is no better spot to read than my cozy reading chair. I’ll cover my legs with a blanket; pour a cup of my favorite tea and just sit there feeling warm and cozy while reading. Then my reading companion will join me and it’s perfect. Me, my cat and a book.

My cat is the perfect reading companion. He’ll just sit by me and take a relaxing nap – one of his favorite activities. In this picture he's checking out The Great Gatsby :)

What about you, do you have a reading corner in your house?


Feature & Follow Friday #26 and Weekly Roundup




Feature and Follow Friday is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can ReadClick here for more info!

This week's question:
Share the song you can’t stop listening to - via Journey Through Fiction

So, this is the song I can't stop listening to:




Weekly Roundup

And now the weekly roundup. This week I've published two posts:


Another Cool Literary Game: a Game of First Lines of Literature












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10 Incredible Halloween Costumes for Cats

Halloween Costumes for Cats

If you read my blog for some time you know I'm a cat person. I have one fur baby that is my faithful reading companion

Halloween is coming soon and all over the Internet we can find cool costume ideas. So, I though of collecting some cool Halloween costume ideas for cats. I hope you enjoy!

Note: all of the costumes bellow are available from Amazon.

Halloween Costumes for Cats - Cowboy Costume
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Another cool literary game: A Game of First Lines of Literature
















"All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way."
Leo Tolstoy: Anna Karenina (1878)

Some book opening sentences are unforgettable, like the one above from Anna Karenina. So, if you are good at remembering opening sentences from books, this game would be great for you.

The game is called It Was a Dark & Stormy Night - A Game of First Lines for People Who Love to Read. To play this game would be a challenge for me since I don't remember any of the first lines of the books I've read. But surely it would be fun to try to guess.

This game is available from Amazon.

If you like literary games, Check out Bookopoly or Trivial Pursuit - Book Lover's Edition.

12 Examples of Literary Street Art and Murals

Literary street art and murals

Good morning!

Today I bring you a selection of 12 amazing examples of literary street art and murals I found on the web. I hope you enjoy it!
1 - The exterior of La Bibliotèque De La Cité in Lyon, France. Photo credits

2 - A rundown building given the book treatment by art group Color of the City in Tyumen, Russia. Photo credits

3 - The Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City. Photo credits.

4 - Pilsen Books - an ongoing street art project by Chicago-based creative collective, Pawn Works.
Photo credits.

5 - Reading: A Journey. This mural, created by Donald Gensler, can be seen in Philadelphia. Photo credits.

6 - Climbing Over Books. Street art by Andreyante AO, in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. Photo credits.

7 - Pile of Books. Mural in Frankfurt created by a Brazilian street artist Tinho (Walter Nomura). Photo credits.

8 -  Wall of books. A 10-meter wall made of ceramic books, Amsterdam. Photo credits.

9 - Library Mural. Created on walls of Ustron Public Library, Poland, the mural shows the interiors of the Trinity College Library in Dublin. Photo credits.

10 - Alice in Wonderland, Leake St Cans Festival, London. Photo credits.

11 - Literary mural on wall of Book City Paradise by Jane Brewster, Portland, Oregon. Photo credits.

12 - Mural in Philadelphia – May 2012. Photo credits.



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