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Sam Read Bookseller
Est. by Sam Read in 1887. Award-winning small bookshop in the Lake District. Tweets from &
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Sam Read Bookseller 6h
Sunshine! The doors wide open to greet the world. Still much debate about 'how closed' the road outside is.
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Sam Read Bookseller 6h
'Is this still Grasmere?'
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Sam Read Bookseller 10h
Replying to @SReadBooks
If you want to save a seat at Katie's Grasmere date, click here:
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Sam Read Bookseller 10h
Look at the ground will be covering in June! A staggering list of North-West tour dates for . Hear Katie in on June 18th, get along to one of these, or... catch them all!
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Tom Gauld 12h
‘Life for the science fiction writer’ (for yesterday’s )
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Katie Hale 13h
From Idea to Book: My Journey to Publication
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Sam Read Bookseller 12h
'I heard it on the wireless, but I can't remember what it was now...' Some writers featured recently on on the bookshelves...
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Sam Read Bookseller 12h
Confetti sprinkled liberally around St Oswald's churchyard in . Dutch vale-dwellers celebrating the , Wordsworthians celebrating reaching a station on , or, perhaps, a wedding?
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Sam Read Bookseller 12h
Misty morning in . Sleeping herdwicks hidden behind this wall. Open for all your bookish queries until 6pm.
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Will Smith May 18
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Will Smith May 18
Waylaid by this heron on the Rothay in
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Sam Read Bookseller May 18
Replying to @wibwalker
We're gauging public demand... by overhearing it...
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Sam Read Bookseller May 18
Replying to @hilary_mckay
It's such an original story and we hope many people discover it this summer! Maybe themselves exiles...
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Hilary McKay May 18
Thank you! I am so happy about this (I wrote The Exiles out of homesickness, just after I had to move away. That's Silecroft beach on the gorgeous new cover, and the girls climb Black Combe. Give my love to the Lakes, please.
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Sam Read Bookseller May 18
We're thrilled that -winner has revisited her -set debut (itself winner of children's fiction prize in 1992). have reprinted the whole series for a new generation of readers!
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Sam Read Bookseller May 18
Life at Walnut Tree Farm, by Titus Rowlandson and Rufus Deakin (foreword by ). On the development of Roger Deakin's rural paradise in Suffolk...
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Sam Read Bookseller May 18
Any word on the cakes at the indoor car boot sale?
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Prof Carolyne Larrington May 18
Edda on the road. A better burden can no man bear with him than a store of common sense. Sayings of the High One.
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Brian Bilston May 18
The postman has just delivered this. My stupid, inadequate words have been transformed - much to my amazement - into this Beautiful Papery Thing. Thank you,
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Witchmountain May 18
Another work in progress for @printatthepriory .
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