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Afternoon in Cobble Hill

One of my favorite things about NYC: there are endless new neighborhoods to explore.

I love returning to my well-loved haunts there. I’ve spent some time in Fort Greene, and I was happy to revisit Park Slope (especially the… 301 more words


So Many Books; So Little Time to Read: Shaun Bythell's The Diary of a Bookseller.

Bythell, Shaun. The Diary of a Bookseller. Profile, 2017.

I am now very, very careful about what I say in bookstores, especially those selling used books. 576 more words

Book Review

Independent Bookstores I Love

I mentioned in an earlier post that I like to occasionally buy books from independent bookstores or “chains” with only a few different stores regionally.  There are a few that I think are really worth pointing out individually because I really liked some of these shops and definitely want to see them thrive so that book lovers can continue to enjoy these shops. 909 more words

Genie In A Novel

bookstore to remember: powell's city of books

powell’s books has been an institution in portland since 1971. their flagship location is HUGE. i got lost in here for quite a while, browsing the shelves of new and used books and checking out the staff recommendations and the local author sections. 48 more words


bookstore to remember: elliott bay book co.

founded in 1973 by walter carr, elliott bay book co. is in seattle’s capitol hill neighborhood. it had what seemed like every book i could imagine. 72 more words


World's Famous Independent Bookstore | "Shakespeare and Co." With AGuyfromDelhi

Shakespeare and Co. was founded in 1951 by G. Whitman. This is a place covered with bookshelves from floor to ceiling. A place which gives you a feeling that you will discover something unique today before you even enter. 440 more words


Little Bookshop Books

If there’s any one particular genre I am more drawn to than another, it is the sub-genre of both fiction and non-fiction that is specifically for bibliophiles: books on books, books about libraries, bookstores, and authors. 575 more words