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Book launch of Kathleen Hart’s book Devorgilla Days.

Sat, 19th Jun 2021

Last night saw the launch of Kathleen Hart’s book Devorgilla Days. The Bookshop garden hasn’t been so busy since the festival of 2019.

Getting a bit dark (10pm)

Sun, 23rd May 2021

The perfect time to cosy up with a good book.

Sorting through a box of books this morning. Looks like the original Wigtown festival was in February.

Sat, 17th Apr 2021

British summer time in Wigtown.

Mon, 12th Apr 2021

Positive Marketing??

Tue, 23rd Feb 2021

Just bought this from the Co-op in Wigtown. Not entirely sure that the marketing executives at Surf have fully thought this through.

Looks good????

Sun, 21st Feb 2021

It is exactly as good as it looks; indescribably foul.

Snow in the shop!

Sat, 13th Feb 2021

I think today I finally understood the meaning of the word pathos

Mon, 25th Jan 2021

I think today I finally understood the meaning of the word pathos

This morning in Wigtown.

Sat, 23rd Jan 2021

This morning in Wigtown.

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