The Holt Bookshop

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Proud to say that Redington is now available to buy in a Norfolk Book Shop.

If you live anywhere near Holt in North Norfolk, you can pop in and have a browse. Independent bookshops are a rare find, and I’m so happy that my characters have found their way onto the shelves in there. Hope they behave themselves.

My Mum is on Chapter 5 – The Ghost of Windmill Walk, and she tells me she’s enjoying the stories.

Another delivery of books is due soon, so then I hope to add to the list of independent bookshops to stock my little gem.

 

 

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19 thoughts on “The Holt Bookshop

    • I’m thrilled, Rosemary, it’s the Norfolk connection of course. I live in a Midlands market town and our bookshop is a charity one where you can buy secondhand paperbacks cheaply. I might pop in and have a chat all the same.

  1. Brilliant news, well done! Haven’t been to Holt for years but I might be over that way later in the year and I can’t resist a bookshop. Any chance of you doing a book signing there?

    • That would be a good idea wouldn’t it, Linda? It depends on how the book sells as to whether they’d be interested in stocking more. Of course I’m optimistic, if I saw that book it’s one I’d definitely buy. I’m being a big head now:)) I’m working on my marketing plan. Now the Eastern Daily press features editor has asked for a copy, and I plan to seek out more places to sell Redington. I’m thinking of asking our local library if they’d let me do a half hour brief talk about my writing, and take a few Reddie’s along of course:))

  2. I think it’s brilliant that a bookshop local to the setting of your stories is happy to take them. I hope you can get more booksellers to do the same, preferably nearer to the Midlands.

    • Hi, Maggie, yes, that would be a good plan wouldn’t it? There’s one in Walsall I’ve been looking at, just waiting for another delivery of books, then I can get in touch with more papers as well.

  3. Brilliant news, Susan! I’ve yet to approach a bookshop with my book yet – a blogpost on how you went about getting a foot in the door would be a really interesting & educational read for me (& maybe your other followers).

    • Thanks for the idea, Sally didn’t think of that. I’m compiling my invoice at the moment, and making sure to get it right. I’ll get into a couple or three bookshops round here and do a library talk first, then do a blog post on marketing. I may start with our village library by the way where 3 turn out to keep warm:)))

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