About

I like books, second-hand furniture & writing poems.

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About me.

Originally from sunny Blackpool, I now live and work in Manchester. I’m a Marketing Coordinator by day and by night I work in a bookshop, assisting with events that celebrate new and upcoming releases in the world of publishing.

I am many things, but first and foremost I am a reader. My house is stacked with books and I’m always on the look out for new things to read, especially books from underrepresented groups. You can read more about my reading intentions here.

I have many interests and this is a place for me to explore them. Since finishing university and moving into a bigger space, I’m enjoying experimenting with interiors and collecting vintage pieces to give them a new lease of life.

I’m starting to find time to get creative again so I’m hoping to document that process here too.

Publishing peeps: please get in touch! I’m always happy to receive proofs for reviews on here and on social media.

12 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Beth,
    Welcome to the WordPress familia! Nice to meet you. I was moved by your post on the war letters. Look forward to reading more of your work!
    –Estela

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    1. Hello! Thank you so much, I appreciate your comments! Hopefully will be more to come soon ☺️
      -Beth

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  2. Just wanted to say thanks for finding my little blog, and now that I’ve found yours, and touched that little follow button, being an avid follower of history, I guess I’ll have to be coming back here to see what else you have to offer. And you can’t even put me off by writing poetry, because I like that also. 🙂

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  3. Thanks for liking my most recent post about U.S. and Cuba. As you can see from “About this Blog” on dwkcommentaries.com, I was up at Oxford University, 1961-1963, and have written posts about that. Cheers!

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  4. I should have mentioned that my blog (dwkcommentaries.com) includes many posts about history, primarily Britain and its American colonies, the American Revolutionary War and U.S. railroads in the early 20th century.

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  5. Hi!
    Nice to meet you here on WordPress and liked to know that we have common interests. Thanks for writing your blog….you write great!

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