Our latest Book News is now in the shop containing our thoughts on The Iron Will of Shoeshine Cats by Hesh Kestin, Gods of Gotham by Lindsaye Faye, Geekhood by Andy Robb and The Mystery of Wickworth Manor by Elen Caldecott.
There's news of our next book signing - a double with Christopher Jory's Lost in Flames and Derek J Taylor's A Horse in the Bathroom.
A first for us is the inclusion of a piece of poetry. Local poet, cartoonist and character, John Curtis, has a new book of poems out called On White Horse Hill which contains many insightful poems on the Cotswold Landscape. I confess to not being particularly enthusiastic about poetry but I really enjoy John's work.
If you'd like to meet John, he is often in the shop on Tuesday and Friday mornings at about 11am. We wonder if enough people would be interested in a poetry reading by John, perhaps one evening at a cafe in Moreton-in-Marsh? Please let us know.