The New Year is begun, if not yet settled, and we have been busy completing our latest catalogue, Books for New Year 2019, sending it out and managing the subsequent orders. The list has many fascinating gems: if we
The absence of news posts in the last few months fortunately reflects constant activity at John Sandoe’s rather than idleness, despite what might be thought! We’ve been buzzing about in Blacklands Terrace rather than inconstantly lounging on the shores of
We cannot count the ways the summer has gone bananas – and, foul as it is, we don’t wish to restrict our remarks to the weather, as Mrs Dashwood so exhorted Margaret to do in Emma Thompson’s fine script for
Before we get on to our ‘alternative’ bestsellers (NB these ARE real ones, just our own, rather than taken from trade lists; take note, Kellyanne Conway!), we want to share a gloriously mad telephone call with an aged and rather
Being the fourth Thursday in November, it's Thanksgiving today; the handful of American customers well known to us who have been in today are still holding their heads and wondering what has happened to their world - our world too.
We had the pleasure and honour of welcoming Rory Stewart, MP, to Sandoe's this week, to give a talk about his new book, The Marches. He was precise, articulate, funny, thoughtful, more concerned as an author to tell us what