BookBits Nov. 13, 2019

BookBits Nov. 13, 2019

A Cappella Books, Atlanta, GA

From their email list, guess who’s coming to the Fox Theater on November 20th?

The Mysterious Bookshop, New York City

Check out The Mysterious’ latest newsletter, replete with enough great mystery titles to keep you reading well into the upcoming holiday season. Check it out for news about upcoming signings, Crime Club selections, and more! 

Also, order new copies of “Cutting Edge: New Stories of Mystery and Crime by Women Writers: Edited by Joyce Carol Oates”.

The Raven, Lawrence, KS

If you’re not already subscribing to “Quoth the Raven” you don’t know what you’re missing! Their final newsletter of the season is out now! “Three Hours in the Life of a Bookseller” is a great read, as always, from Danny Caine.

This was the fifteenth installment of Quoth The Raven: Narrative Dispatches from a Small Bookstore in the Middle of the Country. It is also the finale of QTR’s Season 1. Retail during the holidays does not leave much time or energy for newslettering. QTRwill be back in 2020 for Season 2: More Quoth, More Raven
Quoth The Raven is a production of The Raven Book Store in Lawrence, Kansas. This week it’s written by store owner Danny Caine, as it is most weeks.

Down and Outbound: The Hub

Click here to subscribe to Murray Browne’s marvelous and quirky newsletter. about his trips and travails on public transport. This edition covers Part 2 of his European travels.

After spending four weeks in Europe using public transportation, trains and my own two feet to get around in Venice, Prague, Berlin and Ljubljana I pulled together random thoughts about those experiences.  In Part 1, I wrote about Italy and Prague now in Part 2, I am adding some anecdotal observations about Berlin and Ljubljana, which is the capital city of  Slovenia.

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