It’s the start of the holiday season and with supply chain issues plaguing the world, finding that great Christmas gift may be hard to find. Well, I am here to tell you that there are other ways to get that special book lover in your life that great gift without having to scamper from store to store and encountering an abundance of empty shelves.
Book subscription services are becoming very popular and are a great way for a readers to get a sample of the books that are out there. It allows bookworms a huge amount of choices and a surprise every month. What more can a book lover ask for? So if are trying to figure out that last minute Christmas gift, why not take a look at these book subscription services?
It always important to support local/independent bookstores anytime of the year, but in the year of financial challenges caused by 2020 Pandemic, indie bookstores need our help more than ever. And one great way to show your support shop locally when you are getting a head start on your holiday shopping, that way you are investing in your community and ensuring a future that is filled with books.
Are you looking for your next great read? Why not try out the books from across the pond? Despite from what governments say, books are essential and are needed now, more than ever. So if you are need of a variety and want to read diverse stories, then I suggest you try out some British and Irish titles!
Happy Independent Bookstore Day! This is a great event that celebrates indie bookstores across the United States on the last day of April. With the world in upheaval, however, the event was pushed back to this month. People are encouraged to visit and support their local bookstore, but if people are still skittish to have any form of interaction with people, don’t fret! There are some great virtual events to help celebrate this great day!
A few days ago, an editorial was published in the New York Times depicting the deep trouble Barnes & Noble is truly in and why, more than ever, the retail book chain needs to be saved. Across the web and the blog-sphere, writers and book lovers a like are urging that we need all that we can do to save a company that is literally the last book chain in the United States. There is strong encouragement now, to shop at Barnes & Noble more and support their future.