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World bookshopper: #2 Rizzoli Bookstore, NYC

At first glance, there’s a huge contrast between Rizzoli Bookstore on Broadway and the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, which was the subject of my first world bookshopper review… 780 more words

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Keep The Course

First off, before we begin, you need to read this:

http://christinesteendam.com/blog/2016/2/9/the-day-i-wanted-to-give-up

Great blog.  And kind of the focus of what I’m talking about.  But first, I just want to say, Christine is an awesome writer.   725 more words

Writing

reading for pleasure and for escape

If one frequents used bookstores, and browses the many shelves at their leisure, he/she can turn up more than a few gems that are long out of print. 740 more words

Great Books & Authors

BookXcess' Blind Date With A Book specials

Ever wanted to go on a blind date, but you dread of going with an actual human being? If you’re a bookworm, you might want to go on a… 341 more words

Blind Date

Odd Words: This week in literary New Orleans

This busy, post-Carnival week in literary New Orleans:

& Orleans Parish Libraries will close at 3 pm Monday, reopening Wednesday after Carnival. Jefferson Parish libraries are closed today and Tuesday as well. 1,167 more words

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Staff Shelf-Talker: "My Name is Lucy Barton," Elizabeth Strout

The much anticipated latest novel by Elizabeth Strout, author of Olive Kitteridge has finally arrived.

Having left behind a damaged and poverty stricken childhood in the Midwest Lucy Barton is living a comfortable and stable life with her family in New York.  90 more words

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