There's a myriad of online options for book buying. So what goes into the physicality of bookstores to make them appealing to book buyers?
Love the idea of turning your love of reading books into a job? Here are some of the good and bad aspects of being a bookseller.
Here's a Shakespeare & Co. reading list, featuring some of the famous writers who have been a part of the notable Paris bookstore’s history.
Moving away from your fave can be hard, but here are some things you can do if you find yourself pining for a bookstore no longer within physical reach.
Prompted by an Independent Bookstore Day tweet, one reader remembers the bookish meet-cute that led her down the wedding aisle.
Thinking about working in a bookstore? Consider all the books you'll end up with, all the recs you'll have to give, all the bookish fun...wait, what?
A reader remembers the little bookshop from her childhood that made her love reading even more, and the first book she bought there.
Tiffany Phillips explains how she opened the delightful Wild Geese Bookshop in Franklin, Indiana and how the space became more than just a bookstore.
The Steyning Bookshop in Steyning, West Sussex is a great little bookshop that is well worth a visit. They host author events, workshops and much more.
Whether you call it home or you're visiting, the next time you're walking around London, pay a visit to these radical bookstores that highlight diversity.