Pandemic Book Browsing : Where it started

Earlier this week I posted the first of a series where I will post someone’s video about their home libraries or a used bookshop browse, or anything that allows us to wander through a room of old books during lockdown.

The video today is kind of where the whole thing started. My husband and I have been trying to live vicariously and stumbled across videos that focus on interior design and generally include strolling through people’s houses. I could say a lot about these videos, but I will save that for another day or another forum. Once I clicked on the video below the great Algorithm started offering videos of people’s libraries. Which then led to lots of great videos of bookish rooms which I will be posting in the coming weeks.

Author Eric Motley takes us on a tour of his Georgetown apartment. This gentleman has a predilection for fancy books which really isn’t my thing, but I love the enthusiasm he has for his collection. This video isn’t entirely about books, it’s also about him, and his art, and, as I explained above, it was the gateway for discovering some really good content on YouTube.

2 thoughts on “Pandemic Book Browsing : Where it started

  1. Jeane February 12, 2021 / 6:26 pm

    I laughed out loud when he opened the closet. That’s great! Beautiful books, too- it’s a treat to see one with the hidden painted edges.


  2. Sarah N Faragher February 15, 2021 / 8:33 am

    These videos are wonderful. Lord I miss bookshops! Almost a year ago now I was in Stone Soup in Camden (Maine). My last visit to someone else’s shelves. Books arriving in the mail or awaiting curbside pick-up = not the same.


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