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A Remedy for Loneliness

“Did you know that Tolkien had a drinking club? He used to invite some writer friends to his parlor to drink and write for an evening.” 1,114 more words


Bookstore Stress, Am I Right?

Bookstores. Oh, don’t we all love them. I would prance around a bookstore and laugh like a maniac if that was socially acceptable.

In bookstores, there are so many books and options. 471 more words


More Miscellany

School is back in session and we’re battening down the hatches for some changes around here.

I’m really, really, REALLY excited to share that we’re going to be changing around some of our programming! 747 more words

Why I Will Never Get Caught Up

Hi, I’m the Fractalbat, and I’m a book-a-holic.

Hi Fractal.

The problem is that I don’t make enough time to read all the books, so I’m constantly backlogged. 310 more words

Sci Fi

The Value of a Small-Town Bookstore

For years, I kept my house in Deer Lodge, Montana, hoping to be able to move back some day.  Whenever the roads permitted, I spent time there, catching up with friends, fixing up the house, and seeing the changes that were taking place. 356 more words

George R. Stewart

Of reading and sleeping and boa constrictors

The first time I went to Arkadia International Bookshop I was greeted warmly by the owner, Ian. “Come in, look around, lie down, take a nap,” he said. 207 more words

Places To Visit

Barnes and Noble May Close Its Last Store In Queens

From DNAinfo:

It’s a tough time for booklovers in Queens.

The Bayside Barnes & Noble, at 23-80 Bell Blvd., might close down soon, as the bookstore chain said it was not able to reach an agreement with the landlord over its lease.

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