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url 2015-06-13 09:44
9 Things You Absolutely Must Do In London If You Love Books And Literary History
  • * British Library - check (though it's been a while & could use a refresher).
  • * Bloomsbury - check.
  • * Shakespeare's Globe - check. (Duh.)
  • * St. Pancras and
  • * George Inn - on the list for next time.
  • * English Heritage plaques - check (you'd have to be blind to miss them).
  • * Foyle's / Charing Cross / indie bookstores - check. (Duh.)
  • * 221B Baker St. - check.
  • * Tube / Oyster Card / do your own literary London thing - check ... it's one of the main reasons why I keep going to London in the first place!:)

Shakespeare's Globe: outside; and cast (including Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry) and director (Dominic Dromgoole) taking standing ovations at the 2012 season's last performance of "Twelfth Night." (Photos mine.)

Source: www.bustle.com/articles/88064-9-things-you-absolutely-must-do-in-london-if-you-love-books-and-literary-history
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photo 2013-12-09 11:23
Crosswind (Land, Sea, Sky) - Lynne Cantwell
Sullivan's Secret - Robin Murphy
Federal City's Secret (#3) - Robin Murphy
USA Literary Road Trip: Robin Murphy & Sullivan's Secret
USA Literary Road Trip: Lynne Cantwell & Crosswind
USA Literary Road Trip: Robin Murphy & Federal City's Secret

USA Literary Road Trip: Virginia, Washington DC, South Carolina

During the month of December, Placing Literature is featuring In Leah’s Wake and my upcoming novel Until I Come Home. To celebrate I’d like to invite you to join me in a virtual literary road trip across the United States.

Every day we’ll post up to 2 states, featuring location submissions from authors and readers. We want to hear from you about the locations from your favourite reads that we should be featuring so we can cross the USA in style!

Submit your Road Trip entries here and follow the Twitter buzz here.

Source: blog.tglong.com
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video 2013-12-09 11:12

An introduction to PlacingLiterature.com, the innovative and exciting site mapping literature across the world. In December 2013 they'll be mapping Terri's bestselling novel, In Leah's Wake, and upcoming release, Until I Come Home.

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