Our first Bookclub of 2020 was a chance for our members to showcase the books they enjoyed in 2019. We’ve accumulated all the titles into a handy document for you to peruse and perhaps find a new favourite? Continue reading Bookclub Favourites 2019
Join us to celebrate the launch of Mrs P’s Book of Secrets, the new historical literary mystery by Lorna Gray.
With the ‘C’ word just around the corner, we thought we’d share that we have some great signed books in the shop at the moment – perfect gifts for the literary lover in your life.
Robert Macfarlane, Jessie Burton, Lenny Henry and Jackie Morris to name a few. Stop by the bookshop to see what we have in store while stocks last.
Its been 10 years since we started our book club at Jaffé & Neale Chipping Norton. The group is thriving and meet on the first Wednesday of every month to discuss the latest literary offerings. We also have a group which meets in our Stow-On-The-Wold bookshop. Thanks to one of our regular book club attendees, Nigel Surman; who has kindly been keeping a list of all our book club picks since 2009 which you can read below. Thanks Nigel!
Join us on Thursday 11th July at 1:30pm to celebrate the publication of Andreï Makine’s new book The Archipelago of Another Life.
Join us on Saturday 6th July at 7.00 pm for a book event unlike any other! Val McDermid, Mark Billingham, Chris Brookmyre, Luca Veste, Doug Johnstone and Stuart Neville are the Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers and they are in Chipping Norton for one night only ahead of their performance at Cornbury Music Festival.
We are thrilled to welcome Clare Mackintosh back to the shop to celebrate the launch of her new novel After the End.
We have someone extra special to help us celebrate Independent Bookshop Week 2019!
Please join us on Friday 31st May at 10.30 am when we will be welcoming Gifford’s Circus founder and author Nell Gifford.
Please join us on Saturday 23rd February from 11-3pm as we welcome local author Richard Vaughan Davies. Continue reading Book Signing with local author Richard Vaughan Davies