Fiction Table 22.9.20 2
Love And Other Thought Experiments, Sophie Ward To Calais, In Ordinary Times, James Meek Dutch House: Longlisted For The Women’s Prize 2020 Ann Patchett Girl, Edna O’Brien The Starless Sea, Erin Morgenstern Those Who Are Loved, Victoria Hislop The Second Worst Restaurant In France, Alexander McCall Smith Sun Sister Lucinda Riley The Second Sleep, Robert Harris The Truants, Kate Weinberg Fleishman Is In Trouble, Taffy Brodesser-Akner Tiny Tales, Alexander McCall Smith, Iain McIntosh The Evening And The Morning (The Prequel To The Pillars Of The Earth), Ken Follett Summerwater, Sarah Moss The Missing Pieces Of Nancy Moon, Sarah Steele Troubled Blood (Cormoran Strike Book 5), Robert Galbraith The Thursday Murder Club, Richard Osman Hamnet, Maggie O’Farrell The Midnight Library, Matt Haig Islands Of Mercy, Rose Tremain A Thousand Ships, Natalie Haynes The Confession, Jessie Burton The Testaments, Margaret Atwood The Singapore Grip, J. G Farrell Grandmothers, Salley Vickers Girl, Woman, Other: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2019 Bernardine Evaristo Just Like You, Nick Hornby Sweet Sorrow, David Nicholls The Most Fun We Ever Had, Claire Lombardo Summer, Ali Smith Agent Running In The Field, John Le Carré 10 Minutes 38 Seconds In This Strange World, Elif Shafak

Love And Other Thought Experiments, Sophie Ward

To Calais, In Ordinary Times, James Meek

Dutch House: Longlisted For The Women’s Prize 2020 Ann Patchett

Girl, Edna O’Brien

The Starless Sea, Erin Morgenstern

Those Who Are Loved, Victoria Hislop

The Second Worst Restaurant In France, Alexander McCall Smith

Sun Sister Lucinda Riley

The Second Sleep, Robert Harris

The Truants, Kate Weinberg

Fleishman Is In Trouble, Taffy Brodesser-Akner

Tiny Tales, Alexander McCall Smith, Iain McIntosh

The Evening And The Morning (The Prequel To The Pillars Of The Earth), Ken Follett

Summerwater, Sarah Moss

The Missing Pieces Of Nancy Moon, Sarah Steele

Troubled Blood (Cormoran Strike Book 5), Robert Galbraith

The Thursday Murder Club, Richard Osman

Hamnet, Maggie O’Farrell

The Midnight Library, Matt Haig

Islands Of Mercy, Rose Tremain

A Thousand Ships, Natalie Haynes

The Confession, Jessie Burton

The Testaments, Margaret Atwood

The Singapore Grip, J. G Farrell

Grandmothers, Salley Vickers

Girl, Woman, Other: WINNER OF THE BOOKER PRIZE 2019 Bernardine Evaristo

Just Like You, Nick Hornby

Sweet Sorrow, David Nicholls

The Most Fun We Ever Had, Claire Lombardo

Summer, Ali Smith

Agent Running In The Field, John Le Carré

10 Minutes 38 Seconds In This Strange World, Elif Shafak

Welcome to the Yellow-Lighted Bookshop’s online shop. Thanks so much for dropping by.

Pretty much all the books that are in our shops are available online – and if not, we can order them in (which usually only takes a couple of days). You can also order selections of cards. ‘Click and collect’ works from our shops in Nailsworth and Tetbury, and from Slad’s Woolpack Inn. Click and collect is a free service – but don’t forget to let us know where you would like to collect your books from! We also post out 1st Class in the UK, and around the world.

We are currently working on our Christmas pages to try and make Christmas shopping as easy as possible. They will be going live in October.

The blog pages to the right (under ‘recent posts’) feature what’s on our tables right now.


The stock listed in the online shop is what our computerised stock system thinks we have in stock. It’s not wholly accurate, but gives you a fair idea of what’s on the shelves today.

If you cannot find the book you are looking for;

  1. You can fill out the form in the shop drop down menu called CONTACT US – BOOK ORDERS.
  2. Or email us at ylbtetbury@me.com.

Payments:
We currently take online payment via PayPal or bank transfer, or you can email your order direct to us at ylbtetbury@me.com. if you prefer. You do not have to have a PayPal account to pay us – you can just enter your card details.

Buying your books from us online is a great way to shop locally, easily and safely. Thanks.

25 thoughts on “Welcome to our online shop…

      1. Actually, that’s a great question. Watch this space.

        Your order should be dispatched on Monday, btw.

        x

  1. Excellent news! I love your friendly, independent book shop. You always have an interesting selection of books and I find so many books just by browsing there. I hope you will be able to do some mini-reviews on your online site to encourage us to read books we weren’t originally planning to purchase.

  2. Far better to buy from you (in these circumstances) than further enriching Jeff Bezos. I’m thinking about ‘Dark, Salt, Clear’

  3. Well done, keep up the good work. The yellow light is a beacon of hope in this weird time and frankly you can never have too many books 🙂

    1. Thanks for the comment. We’re working on making it a bit easier for customers to ask about things that we don’t actually have on the shelves. You should be able to find the ‘Shop – click here for books tab’ – and there’s an email form on the drop down menu. Or just email us at ylbtetbury@me.com.

      And we should be able to get that by the middle of the week!

  4. So happy you are now online as I would much prefer to buy books from you!
    Can you get a copy on Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell ?

    1. Morning! Yes, we have Hamnet in the shop, and can post/deliver tomorrow. Just search for the book in the search field, add it to the cart and then head to the checkout. Get in touch if you have any problems. Thank you!

    1. Hello Beth,

      Please could you email your order to us (online@ylbooks.co.uk )? Unfortunately, we are not set up to use the old tokens on our website at this time – this is something I will be looking into soon.

      Thanks,
      Kim

    1. Hello Georgia,

      DNRO means Do Not Reduce Order – Sorry this tag is still on some of our stock, I’m slowly working my way through and changing details as I go.

      Thanks and best wishes,
      Kim

    1. Hello Rachel,

      I have put a post up about our new opening hours and some of the safety precautions we are taking. We look forward to seeing you soon.

      Best wises,
      Kim

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