Vulpes Libris

A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.

Coming up on Vulpes Libris


February has rolled around already and I’m still getting used to writing 2017 instead of 2016. I’ll probably get the hang of it by… ooh… October? Anyway, on with business. This is what we have coming up on Vulpes Libris this week.

Monday: Kirsty D takes a tour of the History of Britain in 21 Women.

Wednesday: Jackie shares the appeal of the Isabel Dalhousie series by Alexander McCall Smith.

Friday: Moira enjoyed being sucked into Liz Moore’s intriguing page-turner, The Unseen World.

Image: Fox by Jans Canon [CC BY 2.0] via Flickr

One comment on “Coming up on Vulpes Libris

  1. Jackie
    February 5, 2017

    I thought I was doing really well with remembering it was 2017, until last week I was shocked to find myself writing 2016 on something. Evidently I wasn’t doing as well as I thought.
    Such an inquisitive fox and with such big ears!

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