Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Samantha Ladwig and Thom Nienow will take over Writers’ Workshoppe and Imprint Books in Port Townsend, Washington, effective October 1.
Turning the Page in Monroe, Connecticut, was featured in an article called “Former school librarian ‘Turning the Page’ with indie bookstore in Monroe.”
Round Table Bookstore in Topeka, Kansas, was featured in an article called “Rossville family hopes to make NOTO bookstore successful with customer relationships, community connections.”
M. Judson Booksellers & Storytellers in Greenville, South Carolina, was featured in an article on “How a culmination of 3 women’s interests led to downtown Greenville’s specialty store.”
Gibson’s Bookstore, Toadstool Bookshop, White Birch Bookstore, Innisfree Bookstore, and Water Street Bookstore were featured in an article called “New Hampshire’s independent bookstores turn a new page.”
Monkey See Monkey Do Children’s Bookstore in Clarence, New York, was featured in an article on how “The joy of reading comes to life at this Clarence bookstore.”
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