25 fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s titles on the Exclusive Books recommended reading list – available instore, online, phone and Uber Eats!

While Exclusive Books uses August to celebrate and showcase local cookery in their Tasty Reads- Mzansi-Made campaign, we acknowledge that deeper reading – both fiction and non-fiction is still ever-popular – especially for cold evenings. And with the return of customers to physical stores as the third wave abates, we are excited to highlight these... Continue Reading →

Hot sizzling winter reads with 26 fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s titles on the Exclusive Books recommended reading list

Available instore, online, phone and Uber Eats! Back to lockdown level 4 and not wanting to go into a shopping centre? A reminder that there are 4 ways to shop for your bookish delights from Exclusive Books during the latest Covid-19 restrictions. Firstly, order your book on the Uber-Eats platform – you will find Exclusive Books... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR – Waiting to Begin by Amanda Prowse

I've always said that Amanda Prowse has the uncanny ability to create characters that are so real that you feel like they're the kind of women you know. They're the women you're familiar with from seeing them pushing a trolley around your local grocery store, or at school pick-up or drop-off times. They're the ones... Continue Reading →

Autumn reading delights with 28 fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s titles on the Exclusive Books recommended reading list

All titles available instore, online, phone and Uber Eats! This year, Exclusive Books celebrates 70 years of getting more books to more people. Exclusive Books opened their first store on King George Street in Johannesburg in 1951 and have since expanded to 41 bricks-and-mortar stores, and of course the virtual www.exclusivebooks.co.za. Exclusive Books will mark this... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – Bridesmaids by Zara Stoneley

Anyone who's ever been involved in planning a wedding, whether it's their own, or a friend or family member's, knows that the final product (everything and everyone looking beautiful, smiles all around, hugs and kisses etc. etc.) certainly doesn't tell the full story! Not by a long shot! Bridesmaids is the story of Rachel's journey... Continue Reading →

BLOG TOUR REVIEW – A Clean Canvas by Elizabeth Mundy

This was quite a different sort of crime read. Lena (pronounced Lay-na, not Lea-ner to rhyme with cleaner, although she thinks she should have reconsidered naming her business 'Lena's Cleaners) is a bit of an amateur sleuth, by all accounts. However, mostly she's a rather diligent business-woman who runs her own cleaning service. A Hungarian... Continue Reading →

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