Washington NC is a sleepy town of 10,112, unless someone died or was born since we visited. It was deserted when we arrived, but it was 100 degrees in the Continue Reading
A super article highlights some fantastic bookstores in NYC. I frequented quite a few while living there, especially the superlative, Partners & Crime. Read some tidbits about why they continue Continue Reading
a guest post by Ed Dugan from I Need to Cook (if you love food, and who doesn’t, check out his site – pretty sweet.) All of us have read Continue Reading
From time to time we get questions from our readers. Here’s a good one that comes up from time to time. We’d love to hear from some of you, especially Continue Reading
A guest post by P. J. Grath, Dog Ears Books, Northport, Michigan For information on becoming a contributor click here.. Christopher Milne (son of A. A. Milne) and his wife Continue Reading
There are plenty of success stories out there and I can confidently tell you that making a used bookshop work is not impossible, even during tougher times. What you don’t often hear is a story from a failed dealer explaining his mistakes. I’ve made a few and I don’t want you to do the same. First of all I want you to know that I don’t consider my bookshop to be a complete failure, only a partial one.
We have a new contributing writer to introduce. George from Calgary (I’ll get his last name soon and see if he can share a short bio with us). Please take Continue Reading