In September we will be launching an exciting new book club!

24 August 2018

On 27th August (Monday) we will send you an email to tell you which book we will be reading in September. So, look out for the subject line: ˜Book of the Month Reading Club “ September 2018™.

The email will feature:

  • a photo of the book (similar to the one below)

  • a little bit of information about the book

  • plus an exclusive special offer to buy the book at 50% discount(with free UK postage)

  • What happens next?
    When your book arrives in the post:
    We will also be sharing regular Book of the Month updates using #CrownBotM,so keep your eyes peeled!

  • unpack it and share a photo of it on TwitterFacebook or Instagram and tag us @crownhousepub

  • start reading

  • keep reading

  • share your thoughts and join in the discussion using #CrownBotM

Our First Book Of The Month “ For September 2018 “ Will Be Announced Via Email And Social Media On Monday 27th August - subscribe and keep your eyes peeled!

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