Obviously every blog is an opinion piece, but these posts offer theoretical musings, of a booky nature.
The adage is supposed to indicate that, just because a book is marketed well and presented in a visually attractive way, there’s no guarantee the story will be any good.
And that’s fine. It has certainly provided us with an everyday quip to suit many a situation. But these days, perhaps the phrase “don’t judge a […]
All our customers are booklovers. We know it, so please don’t take offence. This post is just to let you know you’re not alone… and perhaps give you a couple of tips. We’ve all done it more than once. It’s just one of those things and, since we’ve been on Rundle Mall and have been […]
We’re about to embark on something huge. For a couple of Adelaide locals with a passion for books it’s massively huge (our passion for strict grammar notwithstanding). We’re going to have a bookshop on Adelaide’s main stage, Rundle Mall, during the Christmas season! This means more to us than words can express but we think […]
Pretty chuffed to have an opinion piece published in Indaily – Adelaide’s online newspaper. It deals a bit with books, but is largely about pop-ups in general and how Adelaide might be able to benefit from thinking a bit more positively and encouraging cooperation. Click here to read the article on InDaily’s site.
Sorry for not having put anything up for a couple of weeks – our travels have made our internet connectivity a bit patchy… which kinda ties in with this post:
We’re all familiar with the stereotypical second-hand bookshop. Middle-aged proprietor sitting at desk, book in hand, coffee/tea/gin at ready. Customer scuttles in and plays the independent […]