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Travel Report: St. Luke’s Bombed Out Church, Liverpool.

May 2019. Head onto Leighton Literature’s search bar, type in church and you’ll get a whole bunch of articles zipping up from across 30 odd countries. And yet I’m still confident that until now I haven’t blogged about anything quite like Liverpool’s amazing St. Luke’s Church, better known to visitors as The Bombed Out Church. Built […]

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Travel Report: Lake Ashi – Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Japan.

Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! February 2019. Japan’s Lake Ashi is a stunning crater lake located in the heart of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. It was formed over 3000 years ago by the eruption of another volcano, Mount Hakone, which is exactly where our […]

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Guest Post: How To Do Northern Vietnam in Two Weeks by Outlanderly.com

It’s been a hectic week here at Leighton Literature, with daily travel reports from China to publish, the seemingly infinite reformatting of old articles and last minute preparations for my upcoming trip to Nanjing. I’m also excited to have partnered up with the brilliant travel blogger Jo and her site outlanderly.com for LL’s first guest post! […]

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Happy 1st Birthday Leighton Literature!

It’s Leighton Literature’s 1st birthday!!! Does it feel more than a little pretentious to wish my own website a happy birthday? Sure, but fuck it you only live once! I can’t quite believe it was a year ago today that I published my first post. Since then I’ve released thirty-two tales in My Short Stories, published […]

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