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The Hoonaloon Books July sale, which has now officially ended, was a considerable success.
In light of this, we`ve come to an arrangement with ABE whereby all the items we still have which were discounted as part of the sale are still available at the sale price, but new items added by us subsequently are going on at the full price.
This will continue for the foreseeable future - probably until later this month.
The latest Hoonaloon Books Newsletter can be found at http://hoonaloon.blogspot.com and obviously we`d encourage you to have a look at that. Additionally, we thought we`d take this opportunity to show you a few items we`ve acquired recently with a more-or-less local connection.
Born and raised in Eastwood, Notts, D H Lawrence had extensive connections with various locations on the Notts/Derbyshire border, particularly Eastwood and Brinsley. Hardy and Harris` book A D H Lawrence Album appears at 5242 in our listings and was brought into the world by Moorland Publishing, who are lucky enough to be based in Ashbourne, Derbyshire.
Born and raised in Sibthorpe, Daniel Taylor began his journalistic career with a post at the Newark and South Notts Advertiser. Although he long ago graduated to writing for national titles, he still harbours in hs heart a deep love for Notts Forest FC. Read all about it in his worthy tome Deep Into the Forest, which you can find at 5187 in our listings.
St John`s College is a theological college in Nottingham. Their publication Walking to a Different Drumbeat (pictured) provides interested parties with daily readings for Advent and Christmas (5238), as does their Looking Towards the Dawn (5155 and 5160).
That`s just a small selection from the 4,000 or so books we currently have in stock.
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