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The school holidays are here and it's another busy week in the bookshop. 


As Fort William welcomes the usual crowds (and some amazing weather), we have been beavering away making sure we have plenty of interesting things to keep our everyone entertained.

If you are jetting off on a summer holiday and are looking for some pool side reading inspiration head over to our brand new book reviews section of the website. Click Here to read.

We have a growing number of author events coming up along with a very special children's story time. Read on for details and we look forward to welcoming you as always!

We'll be announcing more events in the coming weeks and as always Facebook, Twitter or these very emails are the best ways to keep up to date.

Drop by and say hello next time you're passing!
We've got a great event this Wendesday. A Book Launch with the follow up to our first year best seller. 
Saturday 28th July at 11am
Molly Arbuthnott Story Time

We are delighted to announce the return of Molly to The Highland Bookshop for a very special Saturday Story Time! Rumour has it she will be bringing her brand new picture book along to entertain the wee ones and of course she will be reading her classic 'Oscar the Ferry Cat.'

This is a free event and there's no need to book.
Coming up...

Thursday 9th August 

Jonny Muir & Finlay Wild

Tickets £5 (includes a refreshment and £2 off The Mountains are Calling).

Wednesday 5th September

Donald. S. Murray

Tickets £5 (includes a refreshment and £2 off The Dark Stuff).
Some new things and other news...
Passing Glimpses - Poems by The Bard O'Bogmonie - £2.50

We've had a rare treat delivered to us this week all the way from sunny Kilmallie. Published by Kilmallie Community Council we've a limited stock of these poetry books to sell in The Highland Bookshop.

John Wilson (Johnny) was born at Tomonie in 1892, one of a family of six children. For many years he worked on the railway, in the signal boxes at Banavie and Mallaig. In his spare time he made toys, and wrote poetry about anything and everything, calling himself the Bard O'Bogmonie.

Many of his poems are about bygone times in Kilmallie and are well-known. He died in 1980.

We are now open 9am until 9pm Monday to Saturday 
(11am until 8pm on Sundays)

Tickets are now on sale for this year's Three Lochs Book & Arts Festival!

21st and 22nd September 2018

To buy your tickets and find out more about this brilliant event visit their website -

Any other business...

OPENING TIMES -  9am - 9pm Mon- Sat and 11am - 8pm every Sunday. We are planning to stay open late all summer.

ALL YEAR OPENING - We will only close Christmas Day.

ORDERING BOOKS - Our suppliers do a great job and we can order about 200,000 titles with delivery about 72 hours (couriers willing!)

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