Category Archives: Literary Travel

Finding amazing places important in the world of literature.

Writing a Travel Journal: Let Your Words Flow

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Writing a travel journal is a great way to keep your most precious memories readily available … and permanent. Now, just to clarify things, we’re not talking about a travel blog. We’re talking an old school “pencil and paper” journal. Yes, they still exist, haha. I do have a post on how to create an awesome […]

Edinburgh is a Literature Lover’s Paradise

Edinburgh’s Literary Sites are Everywhere. Edinburgh is a magical place. You can spend an entire slow-paced week or enjoy a weekend in Edinburgh. It’s wonderful! Scotland’s well known city is not only one of the most popular destinations for visitors, but it’s a UNESCO City of Literature. A book lover’s dream come true. I mean, […]

Shakespeare Travel Quotes: Go and Roam the World!

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Shakespeare Travel Quotes Huzzah! April 23rd is William Shakespeare’s birth and death day. Every literature nerd knows this fact. As for me, believe it or not, I have a love/hate relationship with the Bard. I can already see your raised eyebrows. I know. I feel like I should have my MA in English Literature revoked for admitting […]

4 Reasons Audiobooks are Essential for Book Loving Travelers

Travel and Audiobooks Audiobooks are totally essential for travelers. I know. Earth-shattering news. What did you guys ever do without me? Haha. Weirdly enough, I never thought much about how amazing audiobooks are until this year. In February, I decided to subscribe to Audible – an audiobook service on Amazon – and personally, I think […]

Amazing Literary Festivals to Add to Your Bucket List

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Literary Festivals Around the World As someone who loves literary travel so much that I make it my life’s mission to visit significant places related to authors, I thought a post about bookish festivals was long overdue. Please keep in mind that I, uhhh, actually haven’t been to any of these festivals yet. I know, I know, I fail, haha. But […]