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Waterstones 1h
Cloth-bound cover. Gold ribbon marker. Beautiful bookplate designs. A perfect gift.
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Waterstones 3h
Make sure Santa gets there on time: all the details for our last posting dates can be found here:
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Waterstones 4h
Replying to @LipsonSarah
If it was a shop order, include details as to where it was placed, and for online orders please include any order details where possible. Apologies again for the disappointment. (2/2)
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Waterstones 4h
Replying to @LipsonSarah
So sorry to hear this Sarah. Completely understand your frustration. If you'd like to discuss this further, do email twitter@waterstones.com. (1/2)
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Waterstones 5h
Replying to @pacethestairs
Hi Kat, so sorry for the wait. If you could email over the order details to twitter@waterstones.com it will be looked into for you.
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Waterstones 5h
Replying to @ChloelovesMika
Sorry to hear about this, Chloe. If you could forward on your order details to twitter@waterstones.com, our customer support team will look into it for you.
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Waterstones 5h
Are you a cat person or a dog person? From a word-of-mouth Japanese bestseller to 's celebration of family dogs, here's some essential reading for owners of furry friends.
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Waterstones 6h
Replying to @bibookishbabe
Hi Mols, The Maze Runner books might satisfy his Hunger Games...erm, hunger: There's Michael Grant's Gone series too: And the Young BIond series have got many boys into reading more:
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Waterstones 6h
Ha! Well for his studies has several books that really accessible: For cycling: And for general smart thinking:
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Waterstones 6h
Replying to @AndISaidRuby
Ooh, loads! Do you think he’d like books about his studies or his hobby? Or both?!
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Waterstones 7h
Replying to @Waterstones
If you need help finding the perfect gift this Christmas then tell us a bit about the person you’re buying for and we’ll help you out. 12-1pm this week is time. Use the hashtag and go!
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Waterstones 7h
Replying to @michaelmagras
Hi Michael, so sorry not to have got back to you sooner. If you contact our customer service team on twitter@waterstones.com then they will look into this for you.
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Waterstones 8h
Ever wonder if you have what it takes to be a code breaker? Sinclair McKay and have put together a host of puzzles and tests to see if you could have outsmarted Enigma.
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Waterstones 8h
Hi Craig. Was this the Gateshead Metrocentre? Apologies for the frustration - we'll certainly pass this on to if so.
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Waterstones 8h
Replying to @john_leonida
So sorry for the error, John - the run-up to festive season is clearly getting to us! And we've passed on your comments on the Apple Pay limit. Have a great Christmas.
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Waterstones 9h
Replying to @john_leonida
(2/2) We've passed on your feedback and the issue is being worked on. Thanks for getting in touch.
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Waterstones 9h
Replying to @john_leonida
Hi Dave, we've looked into this for you and all our shops have a contactless limit at £30 at present for all methods of payment. Sorry if this caused any difficulties. Booksellers will happily split payments up into two transactions if it's possible with the items. (1/2)
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Waterstones 9h
Replying to @LouiseMasters11
Hi Louise, so sorry for the delay; the customer support team must be having a busy moment. If this is about a shop, you can contact stores directly (phone & email details here: ) or you can email us: twitter@waterstones.com
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Waterstones 9h
Every lunchtime this week you can for help finding the perfect book gift for Christmas. 12-1pm 18-22 Dec use the hashtag to ask our advice and we'll help you out.
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Waterstones 9h
Robust, thought-provoking reading (or gifting) recommendations to start off the week: takes a break from the fray of a tumultuous year to round up the best of the 2017 political reads.
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