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  1. pamelake

    You might ask your local library if they can borrow volumes I & II for you. Some libraries can borrow from other libraries so that you do not have to travel great distances.

    • Yes, the Toronto Public Library definitely does this! It’s actually incredible how you can look something up, and they’ll bring it right to your branch for you 🙂 Thanks for the advice!

  2. I love immersing myself into diaries, especially those of authors (Virginia Woolf is a favourite). Thank you for writing so beautifully about this literary form!

    • Thanks for reading! I’ve heard a lot about Viriginia Woolf’s diary. I have just added it to my list to look into – thanks so much for the recommendation! 🙂

  3. parobertson

    Thank you for taking the time to review such an interesting piece of history. I enjoyed the insight – this was fun.

  4. Liz,

    I really enjoy reading your blog posts 🙂 It’s always a treat when I see something on twitter or instagram and I think “Ohh! I wonder if there’s a blog post?” For what it’s worth, it makes my day.

    I wish I lived closer so I could not only come and see the new shop, but to attend the classes.

    I just started on a 31 day journal challenge and I’m going to do it this time (I swear!) Your posts are inspiring for me to write (and read) more.

    Thanks again,
    -Ben

    • Dear Ben,
      That’s so nice to hear! Sometimes blogging feels a bit like sending things out into the great cyber abyss, or a black hole… and so I’m glad to hear you are enjoying the posts!
      Good luck with your 31 day journal challenge! Let me know how it goes – sometimes all you need is something to help you get writing to jump start your creativity and reflection. And the next time you’re in town, I hope you’ll stop by to see the new shop and say hello again 🙂
      Liz

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