Some miscellaneous links with which to end the week:
Last year I quoted Lawrence Norfolk on notebooks; he'll be on Radio 3 next Wednesday (21st. May) talking about that very subject to A.S. Byatt, David Mitchell and others. See also the British Library's Discovering Literature site, an online repository for manuscripts, diaries, notebooks and more.
Further to Wednesday's Mary Stewart post, I've put links in the comments there to a couple of the newspaper obituaries, but for a more personal view, here's a piece by author Jan Jones on what Mary Stewart means to her.
We have our own Cornflower Books reading map - and a new post is long, long overdue, I know - but here's Bloomsbury's version for you to 'read your way around the world'.
Books in boxes - take a look at some of the work of the London Library's conservation studio.
Lastly, do listen to 'Pulped Fiction' - an entertaining and wide-ranging look at the waxing and waning of literary reputations by novelist D.J. Taylor.