‘Lights on the Horizon’ can be bought in independent bookshops, as well as online.
Here it is, in excellent company, on a display table in Waterstones in Cork city.
If you were looking for a way to support our frontline heroes, and weren’t sure how, this is your answer: by purchasing a copy of ‘Lights on the Horizon’, you will not only purchase a literary time capsule, but all proceeds will go to the HSE and NHS Northern Ireland – so you’re doing something good, too!
‘Lights on the Horizon’ can be bought in a number of bookshops in Ireland and Northern Ireland. You can also order the book by phoning, emailing, or connecting with them on social media. Many bookshops will post out the book at a preferential postal rate, so support your local shops, and get in touch with them!
*** New Bookshop on Board ***
On 11th June 2021, bookshop number eight joined the list of bookshops already stocking ‘Lights on the Horizon’. A huge thank you to Gerry Fitzgerald and the team in Bandon Books Plus for supporting our book! Bandon Books Plus are in the Riverview shopping centre in Bandon, Co. Cork. We’re looking forward to doing a promotional event with Gerry and the team when the time comes. You can reach Bandon Books Plus on 023 88 54791, firstname.lastname@example.org, and they’re also on Facebook. You’re also able to order online in their brand new online shop.
Kerr’s Bookshop, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, were the very first bookshop to stock ‘Lights on the Horizon’. Trish, Heidi and the team were also extremely helpful at the planning stages of the book, and gave invaluable feedback on the book cover.
Philip’s Bookshop, Mallow, Co. Cork, were hugely supportive of ‘Lights on the Horizon’ from the beginning, and we were delighted when they came on board to stock our book!
Bookstór in Kinsale, Co. Cork, was the third bookshop to agree to stock ‘Lights on the Horizon’. It’s a treasure trove of a bookshop, and is based in the award-winning town of Kinsale – worth a visit (socially distantly, of course!).
John, Lily and the team in Waterstones in Cork helped us elevate the profile of ‘Lights on the Horizon’ and we’re so grateful to them for all their help and support. If you’re in Cork City, you can buy a copy of ‘Lights on the Horizon’ there.
Charlie Byrne’s in Galway made sure we were available in the West of Ireland. Call in or give them a bell if you want to order a book.
Jo and Chris Zebedee in ‘The Secret Bookshelf’ Carrickfergus have reopened their doors after lockdown. They are so helpful – and are also our only outlet in Northern Ireland at the moment. Here you can buy the book, as well as bookmarks, puzzles, and other beautiful things, too, so give them a bell or call in, if you want to buy a copy.
Joe in Rathfarnham bookshop in the Rathfarnham Shopping Centre is our first outlet in Dublin stocking ‘Lights on the Horizon’. If you’re based in Dublin, get yourself a copy there!
You can purchase ‘Lights on the Horizon’ on the Crafters of Ireland website. It will then be hand-packed and shipped to your home from west Cork, via An Post.
The book is also available on ShopInIreland.com.
Copies are strictly limited, so get your copy now!