Booksellers excited by Super Thursday big hitters despite fears over supply

Booksellers excited by Super Thursday big hitters despite fears over supply

Bookshops are geared up for Super Thursday today (14th October), and predict titles from John le Carré, Nigel Slater, Nicola Davies and Onjali Q Rauf will be big hitters. However, there are some concerns about the supply chain, with several booksellers noting delays on getting signed editions. 

With nearly 300 hardback books hitting the shelves today, booksellers are hoping the increased footfall and momentum from Bookshop Day, which brought record sales for some, can be maintained.

Hazel Broadfoot, owner of Village Books in Dulwich, south London, said the supply chain is "a bit ropey at ...

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