Stevie Carroll (stevie_carroll) wrote,
Stevie Carroll

Spotting Books in the Wild

No, not Andrew Graham-Dickson on yet another The Culture Show outdoor broadcast (though tonight's was even more endearing than usual), but today I spotted two volumes that may be familiar to attendees at last year's Festival of Romance.

Firstly, in the little shop at my local station, Sue Moorcroft's Starting Over and possibly other Choclit Publishing titles too, although I was a little too pressed for time to examine the stand thoroughly. I'll have another look when I'm there again next weekend.

Secondly, in a charity shop, Carole Matthews's For Better, For Worse, which I bought along with The Alchemist's Daughter, which I previously reviewed as an audiobook and Ally Carter's I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You as frequently mentioned on Pub Rants.

Other than that I spent the day with Daniel O'Mahony, who still needs to get a blog to go with his Wikipedia entry, drinking tea and generally putting the world to rights.

I can highly recommend The Boston Teaparty in Salisbury for other authorial meetings too.
Tags: out and about, print books, publishing, real life
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