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The Little Ripon Bookshop

Little Ripon Book Shop

Fellow members of Ripon Writers’ Group and I were amongst the first to know of plans to open a new independent bookshop on Westgate and wished Gill and Simon Edwards every success with it. A few years down the line, The Little Ripon Bookshop has carved out its own niche in the city and is going from strength to strength. Competing with mainstream and cut price retailers as well as all the charity shops is a tough call, but TLRB has built up an excellent reputation for user friendliness and prompt service. Please take a look at www.littleriponbookshop.co.uk for more information.


I’m proud to add that one of the latest additions to the shelves of The Little Ripon Bookshop is the omnibus edition of my own short story collections and my fingers are crossed for all our sakes that it does well.



9 January, 2014 - Make the first comment on this story

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