Eagle Harbor Book Company

It is hard to believe when you walk into the Eagle Harbor Book Company on Bainbridge Island, Washington, that it started out in 1969 as tiny 500 square foot store front with only enough room for a handful of titles and a great deal of determination. Since then, despite having moved to a larger space,… Continue reading Eagle Harbor Book Company

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The Poulsbo Book Stop

Rummaging about, through a plethora of tomes, in search of hidden treasures, is in my opinion at least one of the best parts of going to a used bookstore. I love the labyrinth like maze of bookshelves that barely contain their contents, the stacks of books that often punctuate the popularity of a certain genre… Continue reading The Poulsbo Book Stop

Updates for Book Trek: I am Princess X

After initially posting Book Trek: I am Princess X, I sent a copy of it to the author, Cherie Priest, in the hope that she might enjoy it. Much to my extreme surprise, she wrote back, and offered some valuable details to help fill in some of the holes in my knowledge. I have updated… Continue reading Updates for Book Trek: I am Princess X

Amazon Books

Back in July of 1995, when Amazon.com hung out it’s original online-shingle as an online bookseller, I am not sure even the most imaginative of executives would ever have dreamed, let alone predicted, the level of growth or success that the company has achieved in the last 21 years. Today, there is virtually nothing you… Continue reading Amazon Books

Magus Books

I love bookstores; especially those wonderful little hole-in-the-wall places that you hear about from a friendly local, or even better yet, that you just stumble across when you aren’t even looking for them. Magus Books is one of those places. Housed in an old brick building, that is covered in ivy, and has the uneven… Continue reading Magus Books