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Replying to @rmedarbyshire
Morning Ruth, apologies for the delay in getting your card up and running. If you've emailed the customer support then they will be in touch as soon as they can, they're simply dealing with a lot of Plus-related enquiries at the moment.
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'If all the scientific knowledge is concentrated into a tiny super-elite, then you've got an incredibly vulnerable population' Lucy Hawking discusses her father's motivation for writing his final work. 📺 📙 Find the book here:
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If you didn’t see last night’s episode of , written by , you really need to make time to watch 50 minutes of brilliant television. You may need a tissue. 📙 Find Doctor Who: The Women Who Lived here:
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Hi Katerini, sorry about the disappointment there. You're right of course that the book exists (although they don't currently have it in stock at ). You can order online and have it delivered to the shop for collection if you'd like.
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Yes indeed, all pre-orders will be entered into the draw
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Replying to @sunjayonsunday
Hi Sunjay, you can contact our customer support team on twitter@waterstones.com
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Replying to @sergiopiggle
Morning Alice. Can you contact our customer support team with details on twitter@waterstones.com please. They're dealing with a lot of enquiries at the moment but they'll get back to you as soon as they can.
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Replying to @BreakingDead877
Hi there. The idea is for people to purchase their copy of the book at the signing.
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'Whatever you're meant to do, do it now. The conditions are always impossible.' - Doris Lessing, born in 1919
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Earlier in the week, we spoke to shortlisted author Esi Edugyan about her wonderful, powerful novel, Washington Black. A must-see chat. A must-read book. 📺 Watch here: 📙 Read the book:
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⚡ Fancy attending the premiere this November? ⚡ Don't hesitate: you have until MIDNIGHT TONIGHT to enter our special prize-draw. Step this way ⬇️
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Waterstones Oct 21
31 Dec 👍
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Waterstones Oct 21
Here's your Sunday morning reading recommendation: from explains why you must read My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh, a book she read a few months ago and can't stop thinking about.
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Waterstones Oct 21
'Love doesn't just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread; remade all the time, made new.' - Ursula K. Le Guin, born in 1929
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Waterstones Oct 20
A Saturday treat for you: An exclusive interview with David Attenborough on the programme that changed his life and we celebrate a beautiful new edition of the book that tells 'the greatest story': Watch here: Life on Earth:
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Waterstones Oct 20
Replying to @hayleyisara
Hi there, you can use stamp cards together but you’ll need to use them (or transfer them onto our new Waterstones Plus Card) before the end of December. You can get the new Plus card from a bookseller next time you pop into a shop. Happy shopping 📚
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Waterstones Oct 20
Robin Crawford's Into the Peatlands explores how a physical space becomes interwoven with history, culture and storytelling. Here, the author considers some of the narratives embedded in his book's creation and in the peatland environment.
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Waterstones Oct 20
What better way to start off your weekend than a little message from : he's here to tell you about our pre-order prize draw to win framed illustrations and a personal note from the man himself. Find all the details and his new book Heroes here:
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Waterstones Oct 19
'Genius is the recovery of childhood at will.' - Arthur Rimbaud, born in 1854
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Waterstones Oct 19
Replying to @J_S_Fitchett
Some of them certainly have done, especially around Valentine's.
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