by Chelsea Reid
Located in Portland, Maine, Longfellow Books is self described as the place for new and used books on the peninsula. Set on the mission to stay local and independent, Longfellow Books makes it clear that they (and want their customers to) eat, read, shop local.
Keeping Portland local is an exceptionally vital aspect of how Longfellow Books chooses to run their bookstore.
Like most independently owned businesses and bookstores, community is the foundation to success.
A strong pillar in the Portland, Oregon community,... Read More
Page & Palette is a third-generation family-owned bookstore located in downtown Fairhope, AL. For over 40 years, this independent bookstore has been a Fairhope landmark.
by Sherrie Wilkolaski
Information is a powerful tool. These days the most valuable information appears to be what gets out to the public first. Fact-checking and research has gone by the wayside, and it’s all about going viral. If you’re looking to beat the information rat-race and position yourself as trusted information source, what can you do in this social media “pick me first” climate? Publishing an eBook is brilliant way to make your way through the clutter. Giving it away for free is the secret ingredient that will create... Read More
Mojo Books & Music store is located in Tampa, Florida. It is Tampa’s largest used book and record store and even features a coffee & tea bar.
In “Interview with Joab“, 15 scripture-based, “what if/rest-of-the-story” stories offer the reader an opportunity to reflect on and discuss well-known Bible stories in a fresh, thought-provoking way. The brief commentaries and questions following each story are designed for personal and small group study. These biblical “what ifs” demonstrate the relevance of these timeless truths and God’s lessons for contemporary individuals, families, and communities.
Formerly a Prison Psychologist and licensed... Read More
Formerly a Prison Psychologist and licensed marriage and family therapist, Michael Braswell has taught ethics, human relations, and social justice courses previously at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has also taught for 35 years at East Tennessee State University, where he is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. During that time, he has published 21 books on a variety of topics including ethics, counseling, the spiritual journey, sports and religion. He has also co-authored two novels. He and... Read More