Supporting Independent Bookshops

Bear by Hannah Willow

 

The day came when it was time to parcel up the bear necklace and send it off to Number Seven in Dulverton on the first leg of it’s journey to a new home.

Wrapped up, with the help of cats, and then packed and posted it set off and arrived this morning at Number Seven to await collection.

wrapped

posting

 

And the necklace arrived into Davina’s safe hands.

Parcel in number seven

Meanwhile, Little Evie in the Wild Woods is on early release from Frances Lincoln, in time for Independent Booksellers Week. And to continue in the tradition of support for independent bookshops Catherine has painted a beautiful piece to compliment the book and offered it as a prize.

Little Evie and the Wolf by Catherine Hyde

 

To be entered into the draw to win you simply have to buy your copy from one of the participating stores listed below. All are independent booksellers. New stores will be added as they come onboard.

1. Solva Woollen Mill, Middle Mill, near Solva. ( They will ship books worldwide and you can get them signed by me.)

2. Number Seven Dulverton

3. Seaways Bookshop, Fishguard

3. The Bookhouse, Thame.

4. Blue Ginger Gallery, nr Malvern.

There are only 1000 bookmarks, only 500 left, so if you are a bookshop and wish to be involved contact Catherine Hyde to find out what you need to do.

 

Meanwhile, Song of the Golden Hare comes out in October ( early Sept release for indies) and I am wondering what to do for this. I can either do a very small watercolour painting of a Golden Hare, or a small silver hare amulet, but I am curious to know what people would like. I may do both.

silverhare:JackieMorris

About Jackie

I am an artist and writer. I live in a small house by the sea in Wales where I write, paint, walk and watch and dream of bears and whales. I love to read, have a wish for wings and prefer the company of animals to that of humans, though at times I can be quite friendly. I am learning how to work with wood engraving tools and hoping to show that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
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3 Responses to Supporting Independent Bookshops

  1. grace says:

    What a question, it is like choosing at a smorgasbord, laden with temptations. Just don’t burn yourself out.:)

  2. grace says:

    The amulet is beautiful!( I would say both in a guilty kind of way)And,the paintings come out looking magical!

  3. Della DeMarinis says:

    Both! It’s very generous and very lovely. Will look forward to it!

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