Animal Crossing Pocket Camp [Literary Lists]

I would say SEND HELP! I’M OBSESSED!! But I don’t want help. I enjoy fetching bugs and fruits and fish for these anthropomorphic ‘friends’ that hang around various camp sites, who won’t visit me after we become friends unless I buy specific furniture for them…

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Anyway, I decided it might be fun to make a book list of some of my favourite anthropomorphic tales inΒ honourΒ of this bizarre and addictive game.

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Books with Jewish Protagonists that are NOT set in WW2 [Literary Lists]

Laugh silently to keep from yelling and kicking down a shelf in the library/bookstore‘..

Ya feel me?

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Shanah Tovah Dudes!! 🍎🍯🍏 [Literary Lists]

That means ‘Happy New Year’ in Hebrew…. BECAUSE IT’S THE JEWISH NEW YEAR!!! Also known asΒ Rosh Hashanah.

I’m in the midst of my intensive second week of my Publishing MA here at UCL in London, but I thought I’d compile a ‘listicle’ of some Jewish themed or centric books in honour of the new year.

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5 GBBO Fiction Fixes [Literary Lists]

Tonight I watched the second episode of the latest season of the Great British Bake Off. Which I’m sure everyone knows is the most stressful and adrenaline pumping baking show in the history of theΒ world.

So in honour of this new season, I thought I’d compile a list of books – and a few comics! – that will surely curb your cravings for GBBO in-between episodes.

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Hayao Miyazaki’s 50 Favourite Books [Literary Lists]

I found this list a while ago from Le Petit Prince‘s official website, which is quite coincidental as at the moment there are themed decorations for Christmas in Singapore from the book!

Hayao Miyazaki’s affection for the author of The Little Prince, pilot and writer, is at the heart of his movies. Many aerial scenes and flying machines that came out of his imagination are inspired by the life and work of Antoine de Saint-ExupΓ©ry (Porco Rosso, Castle in the Sky, From Up on Poppy Hill). The director, a recognized specialist of Antoine de Saint-ExupΓ©ry, has also prefaced and illustrated the Japanese edition of Night Flight.


This list of his resulted in an exhibition in 2011 which also included handwritten notes where he wrote about his feelings in relation to each book he chose.

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25 Working Titles of Classic and Iconic Books [Literary Lists]

Very rarely do books remain the same as they were at their conception.

AND LUCKILY FOR YOU DEAR READER, I have trawled high and low through this here interwebs to bring you the messy and often strange original titles of famous books.

Just goes to show how important it is to have an editor or publisher give feedback before finalising things!!

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Shout out to Book Riot, who inspired me to make this list. 😚

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