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Monday, 23 September 2013

Another copy of Foxden Acres sold. Thank you to everyone at The BookStop Cafe, Lincoln.

"Where you can enjoy lovely cup of Tea or Coffee and read a good book, from our shelves, in comfortable surroundings."

The BookSop Café is situated a stones throw from the centre of Lincoln, on Steephill, beneath Imperial Teas. 
 A Unique Idea
And a fabulous idea for anyone who wants to relax with a cup of fresh coffee, or tea, and read a  book.

This amazing café supports Indie authors by having 'café book shelves' where customers can take a book, read it while relaxing with a drink - and a slice of delicious cake - and if they like it they can buy it.

I'm proud to have signed copies of Foxden Acres, with bookmarks and cards, in the BookStop Café.  With so many good authors, and so many page turning books on sale, to sell a copy is an achievement.  Thank you.

                                   Foxden Acres in Good Company

    What a spectacular bookcase
    Foxden Acres is right in the middle of it.

    Good luck Joff. 
    Inside the BookStop Café  

    A little piece of history about the building in which BookStop Cafe is situated.

    Norman House on Steep Hill, Lincoln in England is a historic building and an example of Norman domestic arthitecture.  The building is at 46-47 Steep Hill and 7 Christs Hospital Terrace. The architectural evidence suggests a date 1170-80.  The building was known for many years as "Aaron the Jew's House", and appears as such in many references, as it is believed to have been the residence of Aaron of Lincoln (d.1186), then the greatest Jewish financier of England.  The building has been a shop for many years, and currently home to a tea importers.


    The BookStop Café is through the black doors.

    Smart Entrance

    And Parking?

    There are several carparks in the Bailgate area. The nearest is in the corner of Castle Square. You can get to it by driving up Drury Lane. The carpark is about 100yds from the Cafe. :)


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