And so ends this series of seasonal images. Best wishes to all for a new year crammed with books that delight and enthrall. Not to mention art and plenty of it.
The Babbington Press and all its publications are pieces of one fiction: The Personal History, Adventures, Experiences & Observations of Peter Leroy.
Enjoying Life in the Ozarks
i don't know where i'm going, but i'm on my way
More little things in life
Stories and photos from Scotland
the easiest way to discover your next favorite blog
blank pages & scarlet letters
A word after a word after a word is power. --Margaret Atwood
A writer and her reading.
Self-discovery through self-reflection.
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Mary Oliver
Travels and Adventures Between the Pages
A quest for the magic in life, language, and literature
Author of Young Adult Fantasy
"She had read novels while other people perused the Sunday papers" - Mary Elizabeth Braddon
A reader's journey
Reviews, news, features and all things books for passionate readers
An annual lecture on fantasy, sci-fi, and other speculative fiction, held at Pembroke College, Oxford
Essays on the Arthurian legends
Writing Reading Life
LabyrinthBlog by Erwin Reißmann (D) and Andreas Frei (CH)
Worldbuilding, Writing, and Miscellanea
The art of designing your life
Travel diaries providing inspiration for planning the perfect trip
Give me a sentence. I'll write you a story.
(and other things)
The Ramblings of a Mad Woman
A blog about reading and writing children's books
The general journal of a normal nutter playing with words (in awful rhyme a lot of the time), music and pictures, and having the occasional rant.
ELA Teachers Reading YA Lit
Where History & Literature Meet
Literature, books , sport and whatever intrigues me
Writer and Producer
All is not quiet in the countryside
I must read before I grow up (too much)
A love of photography, cycling and exploring places on two wheels.
Scholar of Old English, Early Medieval England and Tolkien
because two just aren't enough