It’s Super Thursday Tomorrow

Tomorrow is Super Thursday in the publishing business, the day when publishers release the books many people will find under their Christmas trees. If you think it’s a big ‘so what,’ many bookshops are expecting queues to form and others a surge in sales, as shoppers rush to get their hands on one of the new 500+ titles being released. A book is the most popular present under £20 and non-fiction dominates the list, with cookery and autobiography much in evidence. Titles to look out for:

So, Anyway – John Cleese

Young Winstone – Ray Winstone

Roy Keene: The Second Half – Roy Keene

KP: The Autobiography – Kevin Peterson

Historic Heston – Heston Blumenthal

Paul Hollywood’s British Baking – Paul Hollywood

Opal Plumstead – Jacqueline Wilson

Mrs Bradshaw’s Handbook – Terry Pratchett

Dictator – Robert Harris

The Road to Little Dribbling: Further Notes from a Small Island – Bill Bryson

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