The latest issues of both Flow and Uppercase have arrived. Hope they don’t distract our builders too much!
Envious of Mark (he’s reading Flow No. 20) and John (inspired by Uppercase No. 36)? You can have us post copies to you – click here to see our webpages with ordering details . . .
What to do for Valentine’s Day?
We were pleased to find a gorgeous anthology called The Love Book.
But we couldn’t leave it at that, so we’ve paired The Love Book with a bundle of papers, lace, ribbon, and other bits and bobs – including blank cards – so you can express your love with your own handmade card!
All for just £12.50 . . . Click here to read more and order your package (while supplies last, of course – we don’t have many!)
What a treat to discover a debut novel as enthralling as The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock!
Imogen Hermes Gowar has produced a remarkable tale, embroiling us in Georgian London among merchants and courtesans.
It is not just the convincing historical details that makes this novel such a treat, although they certainly help. Imogen has also imbued her tale with convincing characters, a compelling plot, and a dash of magic that brings depression rather than joy.
So how to celebrate the discovery of such a delightful book? We’re offering a special pre-order price, so customers can buy it for £10.50 instead of £12.99. And we’re holding a special party in the shop, which is under construction – customers can pick up their copies, enjoy light refreshments, and also have a preview look at the work underway.
We’ve also scheduled a book group discussion for our customers.
We’d love you to join us – click here to learn more . . .
Excellent new novel by co-author of “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” …….. it is a very compelling tale of the stories true and otherwise that a family tells. Can’t wait to re-read it!
– Cate Olson
What a relief! This book by one of my favourite authors does not disappoint!
A well-written rumination on city/village lifestyles, it is huourous sometimes, often poignant, always compelling. Really keeps you turning the pages!
– Cate Olson