Beautiful You by Chuck Palahniuk

Barnes And Noble Reveals Black Friday Battle Plan

News by Peter Derk November 26, 2014
Barnes and Noble plans to use signed, in-store editions to bring customers through the doors on Black Friday.
100s of Barnes & Noble Stores to Close

100s of Barnes & Noble Stores to Close

News by Dean Fetzer January 28, 2013
In a move confirming recent rumors, Mitchell Klipper, Barnes & Noble’s CEO, told the Wall Street Journal the company will be closing at least 20 stores a year for the next decade.

Indie Bookstore Spotlight: Prospero's, Kansas City, MO

Column by Brandon Tietz April 17, 2012
Kansas City's own indie bookstore: Prospero's is a Midwestern literary staple.

Indie Bookstore Spotlight: Murder By The Book, Houston, TX

Column by Meredith Borders March 27, 2012
Murder By The Book in Houston, Texas is one of the country's oldest mystery bookstores. In this segment of Indie Bookstore Spotlight, we tell you why.
Amazon's Retail Store

Amazon Is Opening An Actual, Real-Life Brick-and-Mortar Store

News by Hanna Brooks Olsen February 6, 2012
No longer content with putting real stores out of business as an online-only company, it seems Amazon has decided to spring for the overhead and open an actual store. Could it be true?

Indie Bookstore Spotlight: City Lights Booksellers & Publishers, San Francisco, CA

Column by Craig Clevenger December 14, 2011
Part of an ongoing series profiling some of the best independent bookstores in the country.
Book sales at brick-and-mortar stores are up!

Print Book Sales Are Up, Shocking Everyone

News by Rob Hart December 13, 2011
Despite fears that eReaders would gouge print book sales this holiday season, book stores are actually showing higher profits compared to last year.
Cool Library

Libraries Turn Up Their Curb Appeal to 11

News by Brandon Tietz November 29, 2011
In an attempt to stay relevant, libraries are now including special displays, gift shops, and coffee kiosks.

Indie Bookstore Spotlight: The Mysterious Bookshop, New York City

Column by Rob Hart November 14, 2011
In this new spotlight column, we look at The Mysterious Bookshop, a specialty bookstore in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, dedicated to crime, mystery, suspense and thriller fiction.
Rent reduction approved for St. Mark's Bookstore

UPDATE: Rent Reduction Granted for St. Mark's Bookshop

News by Rob Hart November 3, 2011
After a request for a rent reduction was denied last week, a deal was reached today that will keep the St. Mark's Bookstore open--for now.
St. Mark's Bookshop request for a rent reduction was denied

St. Mark's Bookshop Rent Reduction Request Denied

News by Rob Hart October 26, 2011
The owners of St. Mark's Bookshop in New York City were denied their request for a reduction in rent, another blow to the struggling indie bookstore
Michael Moore St. Mark's

Michael Moore Throws His Considerable "Weight" Behind The St. Mark's Rent Concession Campaign

News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 4, 2011
Love him or hate him, Michael Moore is doing his part to support Independent book stores and so should you!