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How To Shop At An Actual Bookstore

by Jessica on October 2, 2017

Indie Bookstores are beautiful gems in this world. They cultivate community, friendships, common interests and often give you a chance to meet your favorite authors. Got a friend that doesn’t quite know the ins and outs of an indie bookstore? Here’s a nifty How-To Guide. Take Your Time You should block out a good chunk […]

Dear Oprah | a post by Allison Hill

by Rachel on September 6, 2013

Today’s post comes to you from Allison Hill, CEO & President of Vroman’s Bookstore and Book Soup.  The original article  from 9/6/13 can be seen here on The Huffington Post. essay writing service Dear Oprah, Remember when you first discovered that millions of people would read a book just because you said you liked it? […]

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The Threat of Ebook Piracy

by Patrick on May 12, 2009

The New York Times ran an article today about the rise of ebook piracy: For a while now, determined readers have been able to sniff out errant digital copies of titles as varied as the “Harry Potter” series and best sellers by Stephen King and John Grisham. But some publishers say the problem has ballooned […]


Bottega Favorita Challenge: Okay, We All Win

by Patrick on April 17, 2009

A few weeks ago I posted about our incredible dinner of food from the Bottega Favorita Cookbook.  I had mentioned that other stores were also taking part in the challenge.  The results are now in, and it turns out that I was presumptuous.  We all won.  Check out the delicious meal that the folks at […]

More Great Stuff from the Internet

by Patrick on April 16, 2009

Here’s what I’m interested on the Internet today.  Everything else is boring: Listen to this interview with Carol Grossmeyer, formerly of Harry W. Schwartz Books, and Lanora Hurley, who is opening Next Chapter Bookshop.  It’s an engaging interview, equal parts entertaining and, I think, inspiring.  Check out the Next Chapter website, too.  (You may remember […]

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