About Our Site
31st October 2014
When we started our first online bookstore in 2008 we really had little idea of what we wanted to do apart from sell books about places in England and a few other subjects which I had been collecting for many years. At one time we also dealt in second-hand books, chiefly to reduce the several thousand volumes in my personal library. Gradually, though, we sharpened our online focus.
Since 2011, although some other small stores are still live, we have been largely focused on the Lake District and other parts of Northen England. TheLakeDistrict.inbooks.co.uk has been key to this. Several of our most important sites are now being grouped under the banner, "Around-England".
Now, for several reasons with which I won't bore people here, we have moved the site to TheLakeDistrictInBooks.uk and have introduced completely new store software. This will make it possible to provide a much better service, with considerably more titles as we build the list over time.
- David Murray - Site Owner, thelakedistrictinbooks.uk
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