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The Lure of Elizabeth Laird

It might have been a dreich November night, but my route through Edinburgh from Waverley to Blackwell’s took me through the Christmas Market in Princes Street Gardens to the Scottish National Gallery (no I was… 712 more words

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Canio's in the New York Times

If you haven’t seen this yet, please read:

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/23/nyregion/fighting-to-preserve-sag-harbors-literary-flavor.html?ref=nyregionspecial&_r=0

Be sure to stop in at Canio’s over the holidays and help us “keep Sag Harbor salty!” And tell us what’s happening on your Main Street.

Five Faves: In Praise of Bookshops

Last week, I retreated to Denmark, a town in Western Australia’s Great Southern region, with the hope of making progress on my current writing project. While I was there, the local bookshop hosted a wine and cheese night for visiting authors,  602 more words

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The London Review Bookshop

14 Bury Place
WC1A 2JL
020 7269 9030
http://www.londonreviewbookshop.co.uk
@LRBbookshop
Tottenham Court Road or Holborn LU
Open: Mon-Sat 10am-6.30pm, Sun 12noon-6pm

 

In 2003 the team behind the much esteemed literary publication, The London Review of Books, decided to open a bookshop. 369 more words

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GUEST POST: HOW MY BOOKSHOP DAY JOB HELPS MY WRITING

I’d like to thank Emily Paull for contributing this post about integrating her day job with writing. Emily is a writer, blogger and bookseller. By day she counts herself lucky to peddle books to the greater reading public, and at night she is working her way through YET ANOTHER draft of her novel, …

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Topping & Company Booksellers

So, two days after Kirkland Ciccone’s crazy bookshop tour, saw your Bookwitch in St Andrews, in the brand new branch of Topping & Company Booksellers (to call them by their long and proper name; from now on Topping’s). 369 more words

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