Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Books For Older Readers: Newsletter Three


Books For Older Readers: Newsletter Three
A Birthday Celebration
Yes, ‘Books For Older Readers' is one year old this week.
With over 400 members in our facebook group, and more than 15,000 hits on the website, combined with appearances on BBC Radio London and numerous podcasts and blogs, I think we can claim a successful first year. Several of our authors have achieved impressive new publishing deals, and I frequently get messages from readers saying how grateful they are to have found our selection of books on the website.

On 1st Sept we manned our first BFOR stall at the Hastings LItfest.



We made many useful contacts and gained a substantial number of new subscribers to our newsletter.
For those of you beginning to plan your Christmas shopping, our ‘Festive Titles’ page has now reappeared on the website. It has loads of great Christmassy titles which make excellent gifts or holiday reading. This is the link  http://www.booksforolderreaders.co.uk/christmas-special/4594116918

Which brings me to our BIRTHDAY GIVEAWAY. 
We have a massive bundle of six titles to send to one lucky subscriber to our newsletter.
Keep them for yourself, or send them to friends as Christmas gifts. There is something for everyone including a large print hardback book from Joan Moules, a Christmas favourite from Paula Harmon called the Advent Calendar, and more titles from BFOR favourites, Voinks and Claire Baldry. Every subscriber to our newsletter will be entered in to the draw so, if you haven't already done so, sign up before 30th November 2018 for your chance to win. http://www.booksforolderreaders.co.uk/subscribe-to-newsletter/4594153382
The name will be drawn in early December in plenty of time for Christmas.

I can't help but feel that our progress this year is neatly summed up by the tag line in Paula's book.


This time last year we opened a new door, and we are still making discoveries.
We would like to thank all our followers and subscribers for their support during our first year.

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