Why You Can’t Buy Kindle Books in the App & How to Navigate the New Platform

If you’re an avid Kindle user like me, and you own an Android phone, you’ll have noticed that within the last week, Amazon has changed the way the Kindle app works. Android users can no longer buy books in the actual Kindle app. Instead, they must go to amazon.com/ebooks in a web browser and purchase … Read more

7 of the Most Interesting Themed Bookshops in the United States

Here at The Bookshop Blog, we love a unique bookshop. One thing that can make a bookshop really unique is when it caters to a specific theme, genre, or specialty. After doing some research, I’ve found that there are bookshops like this all over the United States! Here are seven of the most interestingly themed … Read more

A Room of One’s Own Bookstore – Madison, WI

Established in 1975, A Room of One’s Own bookstore has made its mark as a self-proclaimed “local, independent, feminist bookstore.” Located in Madison, Wisconsin, they offer a wide selection of books that also often promote the books of local and indie authors. A Room of One’s Own For those who don’t know, A Room of … Read more

8 Retellings of Myths, Legends, and Fairytales You Should Check Out

The concept of retellings has been around for a long time but became extremely popular within the last decade or so. Both books and movies have seen a resurgence in the retelling genre, satisfying those of us who love myths, fairytales, and retellings of them. When done right, there is a lot of original content … Read more

Where the Crawdads Sing & Other Books to Read if You Love Nature    

Writing covers a vast expanse of topics, seemingly anything and everything one can think of. One of the most fascinating of these topics is a genre that really hits home – writing about nature. It is easy to look outside and find the beauty in mountainous terrain, canyons shaped over millennia, or the starry sky … Read more