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Forum: Introduce Yourself 11-11-2011
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Posted By CPCarolyn
Hi Mickmak, Good to have you on board!...

Hi Mickmak,

Good to have you on board! Thanks for buying a copy of Bangor in the Seventies book - you'll know the format if you already have a copy of the Sixties book, but the Seventies one is...
Forum: Bangor in the Sixties/Bangor in the Seventies 28-09-2011
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Views: 16,910
Posted By CPCarolyn
Bangor in the Seventies

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We are absolutely delighted to announce that Bangor in the Seventies is available for sale.

You can...
Forum: Bangor in the Sixties/Bangor in the Seventies 02-09-2011
Replies: 14
Views: 27,773
Posted By CPCarolyn
What a memory, Ivan - I got goosebumps reading...

What a memory, Ivan - I got goosebumps reading that...! Did they ever decide in the end how the fire started?

I've been working on the book for the last few months and I can confirm that Bangor in...
Forum: Ballydoonan Days: Hesitant Hearts and the Wrestling of Goats 23-08-2011
Replies: 14
Views: 23,586
Posted By CPCarolyn
Ballydoonan Days does indeed reflect a more...

Ballydoonan Days does indeed reflect a more tranquil and peaceful bygone era, even despite the timescale being set in and around the Seventies. Ivan does touch on the Troubles very briefly, but this...
Forum: Bangor in the Sixties/Bangor in the Seventies 23-08-2011
Replies: 14
Views: 27,773
Posted By CPCarolyn
Update: Bangor in the Seventies is well...

Update:

Bangor in the Seventies is well underway and we are hoping to have it back from the printers in October. For up to date news and info on this new title, please see the Facebook Page...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Fiction 23-08-2011
Replies: 11
Views: 24,184
Posted By CPCarolyn
I think I've read Worth Dying For - jog my...

I think I've read Worth Dying For - jog my memory...

What do you think of the fact that they're getting Tom Cruise to play JR when the books hit the big screen?!
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Fiction 23-08-2011
Replies: 9
Views: 16,123
Posted By CPCarolyn
Which Lee Child book did you get stuck into,...

Which Lee Child book did you get stuck into, Vickie? I think I've had a couple of his recent ones - would Nothing to Lose be one of them?

And that goes for the latest Jo Nesbo one too, though I...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 03-06-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 13,981
Posted By CPCarolyn
County Londonderry titles

We now have a number of titles relating to County Londonderry on our website. For information on each individual title, please click on the links below. If you fancy a chat about any of them, please...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 03-06-2011
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Sticky: Ireland titles
Views: 9,169
Posted By CPCarolyn
Ireland titles

Read on down for titles we are now stocking on our website which have a general Ireland theme. If you'd like to discuss any of these titles, please feel free to start a thread. Click on the links...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 02-06-2011
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Sticky: Biographies
Views: 8,411
Posted By CPCarolyn
Biographies

We are delighted to have a number of biographies now available on our website. Check them out by clicking on the links below. If you fancy a chat on any of them, why not start a new thread?

George...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 02-06-2011
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Sticky: Ulster titles
Views: 9,659
Posted By CPCarolyn
Ulster titles

We are delighted to have a number of titles relating to Ulster now on our website. Please click on the titles below to get more information on each one.

If you wish to discuss any of the titles,...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 01-06-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 8,960
Posted By CPCarolyn
County Armagh titles

We are delighted to have a number of titles on County Armagh now available to buy on our website. Please click on the titles below for more information on each book.

Elm Park 1626 - 1954, Country...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 01-06-2011
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Sticky: Belfast titles
Views: 8,900
Posted By CPCarolyn
Belfast titles

We are delighted to have a number of titles relating to Belfast now available to buy on our website. Please click the following titles for more information on each product.

Central Belfast, an...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 01-06-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 9,307
Posted By CPCarolyn
County Down titles

There are a number of non Laurel Cottage titles which are available to buy from our website.

Please click on the links below to see more details. If you wish to start a discussion on any of these...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 23-05-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 8,799
Posted By CPCarolyn
Stormont, the House on the Hill by Jack Gallagher

Stormont, the House on the Hill is now available to buy from our website (http://www.cottage-publications.com/cgi-bin/ctg/book/product.cgi?id=161) :cool:
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Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 23-05-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 9,261
Posted By CPCarolyn
Titanic Port by Alf McCreary

Titanic Port, which charts the history of Belfast Harbour, is available to buy from our website (http://www.cottage-publications.com/cgi-bin/ctg/book/product.cgi?id=160&cat=34).
...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Non Fiction 23-05-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 10,260
Posted By CPCarolyn
Scenic Ireland titles

We are delighted to have added Booklink's wonderful pictorial coffee table books to our website. You can see each of them by clicking on the images below.

Scenic Ireland: The Province of Connaught...
Forum: Armagh, City of Light and Learning 06-05-2011
Replies: 0
Views: 14,032
Posted By CPCarolyn
Prints from Armagh, City of Light and Learning

You can now buy prints of the paintings by Joe Hynes which appear in our Armagh, City of Light and Learning book. See here (http://www.cottage-publications.com/cgi-bin/ctg/browse.cgi?cat=141) for...
Forum: Following the Foyle 27-04-2011
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Views: 9,065
Posted By CPCarolyn
Prints from Following the Foyle

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Ready to frame mounted prints from Following the Foyle are available to buy here...
Forum: Non Laurel Cottage Fiction 18-04-2011
Replies: 11
Views: 24,184
Posted By CPCarolyn
Well I finally got round to reading this book ^^^...

Well I finally got round to reading this book ^^^ (61 Hours) which was pretty gripping, so I have to thank you for the recommendation! It took me less than the weekend to read it and I kept finding...
Forum: Ballydoonan Days: Hesitant Hearts and the Wrestling of Goats 29-03-2011
Replies: 3
Views: 11,203
Posted By CPCarolyn
messy_jasmine, I'm so sorry for not replying - I...

messy_jasmine, I'm so sorry for not replying - I don't know how this post slipped under my radar. Yes, it was an open event, and the first one of its kind as far as I know. I think they are hoping to...
Forum: Bangor in the Sixties/Bangor in the Seventies 24-03-2011
Replies: 14
Views: 27,773
Posted By CPCarolyn
That's not bad at all, thank you! :p Having grown...

That's not bad at all, thank you! :p Having grown up round the corner from the Tonic (but not being old enough to have been in it in its heyday - it was a dilapidated shell back as far as my memory...
Forum: Bangor in the Sixties/Bangor in the Seventies 15-03-2011
Replies: 14
Views: 27,773
Posted By CPCarolyn
So Terence, are there any juicy bits so far that...

So Terence, are there any juicy bits so far that your research has uncovered?
Forum: Ballydoonan Days: Hesitant Hearts and the Wrestling of Goats 08-03-2011
Replies: 3
Views: 11,203
Posted By CPCarolyn
For more information, please see the attached...

For more information, please see the attached leaflet.

http://www.cottage-publications.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=46&stc=1&d=1299587488
Forum: Bangor in the Sixties/Bangor in the Seventies 08-03-2011
Replies: 14
Views: 27,773
Posted By CPCarolyn
Hi there Bangorian, and welcome to the forums! ...

Hi there Bangorian, and welcome to the forums!

We were delighted with the number of books which found their way to foreign shores.

I couldn't possibly comment on the appearance of a second...
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