The book club is coming back: Bookseller’s guild to return with a new edition

A bookseller’s union has announced plans to revive its membership in 2018 and 2019 after the collapse of book sales last year.

Bookclubs.co.uk, which was founded in 1997 by Simon Allen and has about 1,000 members across the UK, is to launch a new bookclub in 2018.

The new bookshop will be based in Leeds and will be open from 12am to 8pm every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The BookClubs.ca website, which launched in 2013, will be updated with a similar redesign, with the addition of a new section for book-related events, a section for books in general and an option for members to purchase book covers.”

We will have a new look and feel, and a new membership policy for 2018 and the new 2019 membership policy.”

The BookClubs.ca website, which launched in 2013, will be updated with a similar redesign, with the addition of a new section for book-related events, a section for books in general and an option for members to purchase book covers.

The Book Clubs.com website has also been updated with new content, including a new FAQ section and new membership requirements.

The union said it would invest £100,000 to re-launch the group, which had been dissolved in 2014.

The bookseller is calling for members of its membership to sign up in a similar manner to that of the bookshop, with no need to pay an annual fee.

“We will always look for new members, regardless of their age, to help us keep this great organisation going and to support the growth of the membership,” Mr Allen said.

“The Book Clubs.ca memberships have a long history, and are still being renewed every month.”

There are many reasons why Bookclub has gone from strength to strength, and the members deserve to have their voices heard.