from our monthly Indie Bookshop series…

  • The Big Green Bookshop The Big Green Bookshop in Wood Green opened in March 2008 following the closure of a Waterstones branch where Tim and… [Continue Reading]

    Big Green Bookshop – Indie Feature #11
  • Bags of Books is a small specialist children’s bookshop in Lewes, East Sussex, situated at the far end of the High Street, somewhat on the… [Continue Reading]

    Bags Of Books – Indie Bookshop Feature #10
  • Nomad Books on the Fulham Road is a large independent bookshop with a cafe and basement room that can be hired for functions. Its children’s… [Continue Reading]

    Nomad Books – Indie Bookshops Feature #9
  • Slightly Foxed on the Gloucester Road could not be easier to find. Come out of Gloucester Road tube station, turn right, and you will see… [Continue Reading]

    Slightly Foxed – Indie Bookshop Feature #7
  • Camden Lock Books is easy to find, except for the fact that it is not in Camden. It’s the only independent bookshop to be situated in… [Continue Reading]

    Camden Lock Books – Indie Book Feature #6
  • Victoria is my entry point into London and usually as soon as I’m off the train and through the ticket barrier I’m striding across the… [Continue Reading]

    Belgravia Books – Indie Bookshop Feature #5
  • VICTORIA PARK BOOKS London’s Village Bookshop There are other ways of finding this bookshop of course, but one of the best is to approach it… [Continue Reading]

    Village Life In The Big City – Victoria Park Books [Indie Bookshop Feature #4]
  • Indie Bookshop #3 – The Book Nook, Hove It would be easy to spend a day or even a weekend in Brighton and not be… [Continue Reading]

    The Book Nook – Indie Bookshop Feature #3
  • MR B’S EMPORIUM OF READING DELIGHTS, BATH No.2 in a series of independent bookshop visits No.1 Newham Bookshop I was going to be in Bath… [Continue Reading]

    MR B’S EMPORIUM OF READING DELIGHTS
  • The Shakespeare & Co of East London feature best viewed at www.achuka.co.uk/features.html (contains video clips) This is the first in what I hope will be… [Continue Reading]

    Newham Bookshop: The Shakespeare & Company of London’s East End – An ACHUKA Feature

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