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Someone needs to make these Game of Thrones nail polishes. Immediately.
Books rock and cheese is delicious. 21 famous books reimagined to be about cheese was natural progression.
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Do you cringe when someone misuses the word ‘literally’? Language critic Richard Grant White felt the same way about people misusing words in the 1870s. He literally did.
Matthew Lewis, aka Neville Longbottom, posed in his underwear and J.K. Rowling felt a bit weird about it. We didn’t feel weird about it. At all.
Looking for a good crime read? The Guardian published a great review roundup of recent releases.
The Great Gatsby author F Scott Fitzgerald's former New York home went on sale for $3.8 million. If walls could talk.Which locations from famous novels do you recognise?
A historian thinks this is what Shakespeare really looked like.
Judy Blume took a different approach to writing her latest novel. We can’t wait to read it.
Someone figured out exactly how far Frodo and Sam travelled in The Lord of the Rings. Poor little guys.
Visit Discworld in Oxford and make your own Mr. Twit beard in Great Missenden: The Guardian has listed lots of bookish events for kids this half-term.
Agatha Christie's 'forgotten' Syrian memoir, recounting travels with her archaeologist husband after the second world war, has been given a new lease of life.
Work has started on a new BBC miniseries about the Bronte sisters!
What literary links have you been loving this week?