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Were delighted to announce that Thames & Hudson will publish the debut picture book THE STAR IN THE FOREST by Glasgow-based author and illustrator Helen Kellock.  Helen won the 2018 Batsford Prize for Childrens Illustration and was highly commended as part of the Macmillan Book Prize. Acquiring the book from agent Lucy Juckes, Thames & Hudson paid tribute to Kellocks remarkable talent.


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Anna Dorward - read this.

A brilliant debut The Booksellers Caroline Sanderson chooses THREADS OF LIFE by Clare Hunter as an Editor Choice for February.    Published by Sceptre on 7 Feb.
The Highland Book Prize longlist has been announced - and were thrilled that it includes THE VALLEY AT THE CENTRE OF THE WORLD by Malachy Tallack (Canongate) and INTO THE PEATLANDS by Robin A Crawford (Birlinn).


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I'm thrilled for them too. Very sorry not to be there with them!

Well done to both! Very exciting ๐Ÿ˜Š

Fizz was flowing at the launch last night of 101 Champagnes & Sparkling Wines by Davy Zyw (Birlinn), held at The Scottish Gallery. Guests had choice of Billecart-Salmon or Babycham. and fittingly, 101 copies of the book sold. #fizz101


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Thanks for such a lovely evening - great crowd, fabulous fizz and an excellent book!

and heres a treat for a Thursday morning, a favourite from Kathleen Jamies Selected Poems (Picador) - Lochan, first published in Jizzen in 1999.


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Beautiful imagery.

I looked at this poem just last week with my Dundee uni students! A favourite ๐Ÿ’•

Makes me remember early mornings at Lake of Menteith.

I love Kathleen Jamie's work.

See the world afresh : Kathleen Jamies SELECTED POEMS is published today by Picador, gathering together some of her finest work on nature, landscape and place.
Postcard from Wigtown Book Festival 
What a superb four days, full of highlights - to name but a few: chairing Sally Magnusson before a 400 strong crowd;  the launch of Davy Zyws 101 Champagne book (toasted with Laurent Perrier); pilgrimage walk to St Ninians Cave led by Sara Maitland; early morning yoga with Jessica Fox; Astrid Jaekels fabulous murals round the town; the news that Diary of a Bookseller has reached #6 in non-fiction paperback bestseller list; listening to The Bookshop Band; meeting Ruth Hogan; Peter Dorward being chaired by Allan Little; Alison Belsham, author of The Tattoo Thief, meeting Scotlands most tattooed man; the green room; the ceilidh: the welcome and friendliness of the volunteers and everyone involved in this remarkable festival and town.  Happy 20th Birthday Wigtown Book Festival.  see you next year, Jenny x

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@lilja1972 @ForlagidRights @BooklabAgency Have a wonderful time at @BloodyScotland. I shall miss the footy match and especially sharing a brolly with @agentjenny. โ˜”๏ธ

HELL is even more stunning up close. Alasdair Grayโ€™s original take on Dante, out 4 Oct. @canongatebooks @waterstones #DanteDivineTrilogy

We are hiring! If you want to join our team in Edinburgh, send your CV and a covering letter to
Job information below! @thebookseller @SYP_UK @PublishScotland @Brownlee_Donald @JennyBrownBooks

Lovely @BarryMillNTS providing a delicious backdrop today for #poetry #ballads and #storytelling! Magical to be celebrating #BoneDeep in the place where it all began! Thanks to @CreativeScots @N_T_S @PolygonBooks @JennyBrownBooks

Can't keep it to myself. The cover for #JemFlockhart book 4. Isn't it gorgeous!! Thank you @agentjenny and all at @littlebrown and Constable books.

@jenmouat_author , lovely to meet you at the Edinburgh Inernational Book Festival along with other authors from Jenny Brown Associates. Thanks, all for a great party @JennyBrownBooks @edbookfest

I had such an amazing time at @edbookfest. Brilliant event with @Heldideas, mind-bending fun at my schools event, and honoured to speak on behalf of human rights defenders. Huge thanks to @janet_smyth and the @edbookfest team for inviting me to be part of this wondrous festival.

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