Scotland's bestsellers: Pinch beats Connolly to the punch

Scotland's bestsellers: Pinch beats Connolly to the punch

Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson’s Pinch of Nom easily topped the Scotland chart for 2019, with 108,536 copies sold from late March onwards. With the Scottish population around 8% of the UK’s as a whole, this volume marginally over-indexes for the 1.2 million copies of the blockbuster diet book sold across the UK in 2019. Regional charts for 2019 showed Pinch of Nom’s muscle across the country, with London the only region not to crown it the number one. (That accolade went to Adam Kay’s junior doctor memoir This is Going to Hurt.) 

Pinch of Nom is the only cookbook in Scotland’s top 10, ...

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