Your 2016 Book Club Calendar

No Comments We’ve broken down 2016, book by book, month by month, for you. New titles, old favorites — and recent books you might have missed. Topical, timely and timeless, these books will give you plenty to…

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Snowy Day Reading List

No Comments No Comments We’ve been hunkered down all day here in Chapel Hill, where we’re taking on the front end of Winter Storm Jonas. The accumulating white precipitation of all forms has inspired us to come up with…

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Revealed: Leave Me by Gayle Forman

1 Comment 1 Comment After all the anticipation, the day has come: The cover for Leave Me by international bestselling author Gayle Forman was unveiled today. Well, hello, gorgeous! And we’ve got a sneak peek of the inside for…

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New in Paperback Wednesday

No Comments No Comments It’s New in Paperback Wednesday here at Algonquin, and we’ve got two delectable PBs with J (paperbacks served with joy) for you. The Daylight Marriage by Heidi Pitlor: Hannah was tall and graceful, naturally pretty,…

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Spread the Word: Gayle Forman Cover Reveal 1/6

No Comments No Comments You know when you’re excited − so excited − for something coming up, like a new book, a new book that maybe you know a little something about, and you just cannot, simply can’t, wait…

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Season’s Readings from Your Friends at Algonquin

1 Comment 1 Comment Amid all the holiday hubbub, take a break from the tinsel and dazzle, gifts and goodies. Curl up with a good book. (You know you want to.) It’s the best way to keep this holly…

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December Lucky Stars: Books To Read by the Fire

No Comments No Comments Feeling a little cold this winter? We’ve got just the book to warm you up. Cozy up next to these Lucky Stars e-books, all pricing in at $1.99 throughout the month of December. Christmas is…

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Books Say Happy Holidays Best

No Comments No Comments Black Friday has passed. Cyber Monday is done. We’re in the thick of holiday shopping now. It’s officially the you’ll-never-find-a-parking-spot-at-the-mall time of year. But don’t fret. We know of a great gift idea: they’re rectangular,…

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Booksellers’ First or Worst Jobs

No Comments No Comments Thirteen booksellers and Marilyn Dahl of Shelf Awareness shared first or worst jobs, but one of them is absolutely lying. Can you guess which one?   Emily Adams, Third Place Books Worst job (best scenery)…

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Ed Tarkington’s Playlist for Only Love Can Break Your Heart

1 Comment 1 Comment Ed Tarkington’s upcoming novel, Only Love Can Break Your Heart, spins a tender, smart, suspenseful story full of the music of the 1970s and all the emotional searching of the era. The book’s title itself…

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