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There’s something about a disheveled carnival that screams drama. If you’re anything like me, this assumption is paired with a gleeful snicker and rubbing of the hands, the universal symbol for “oh, this is about to get GOOD.” Leslie Parry … Continue reading
Upon unlocking the front door and walking into RoscoeBooks last Thursday morning, I had two thoughts. My first thought was, “Whoa, the back room looks surprisingly clean today. Hooray!” My second thought was, “Hey, my bookstore has been open for … Continue reading
Since RoscoeBooks opened, we’ve been slowly but surely starting to organize a few gatherings for neighborhood booklovers to meet, discuss books, and drink wine. We were thrilled to see so many Roscoe Villagers out Thursday evening for the second Book … Continue reading
There are certain phrases that have become ubiquitous in the independent bookstore. And right besides “crossover YA” and “problematic argument,” “the next Gone Girl” is possibly my least favorite phrase that I hear ad nauseam. Every rep wants their new … Continue reading