Book News: Kittens, Wine and Hustle
Pasadena’s Vroman’s Bookstore Opens Literature-Inspired Wine Bar Next Month
Lovers of books and booze will feel right at home at the 1894, the soon-to-debut wine bar located inside Vromans Bookstore in Pasadena. Bentley Hale of Sip Happens Wine School is heading up the drinks program, so expect to find local-leaning craft beers and wines, as well as literature-inspired cocktails.
The 22 Most Anticipated Books Of February 2020
February might be the shortest month, but it’s got plenty in store for you this leap year. Here’s our list of most anticipated books of February 2020. Perhaps the biggest book-related news of February is that readers will finally be able to get their hands on The Glass Hotel, Emily St. John Mandel’s long-awaited follow-up to her 2014 breakout novel, Station Eleven.
10 Bestselling Books People Don’t Finish
Mark Twain once reportedly described a classic book as something that everybody wants to have read, and nobody wants to read. The statistics of the Hawking Index certainly bear that out. Jokingly suggested by the American mathematician Jordan Ellenberg in a blog for TheWall Street Journal in 2014, the Hawking Index measures how far on average people get through a book.
This Bookstore In Canada Is Full Of Cute Kittens That Customers Can Play With And Even Adopt
If you ever wanted to adopt a cute little kitty-cat, your first thought would probably be to go to an animal shelter. However, have you thought of going to a bookstore? Otis & Clementines Books and Coffee is a bookstore just outside of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada, that took an innovative approach to convince people to rescue kittens.