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Launching the Foyles Blog

25th March 2011 - Julia Kingsford

So, it's been a long time coming but we're finally starting the Foyles blog. It seemed an auspicious week to do so as things do come in threes and this week we've already welcomed foreign language specialists Grant & Cutler to Charing Cross Road and expanded outside of London with our new shop in Bristol (more on those later).

The aim of our blog is quite simply to share our thoughts and passions. We'll be talking about favourite books, new releases, trends, prizes, happenings and events, Foyles news, local interest and anything else that takes our fancy and we think you might be interested in. There's no comment facility as yet, we'll be building it in soon, but in the meantime you can always comment on our Facebook page.

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