Tagged with The Eclectic Reader

A BOOKDEALER’S DILEMMA

A BOOKDEALER’S DILEMMA

The pandemic has brought a change in the used book business: less income from the sale of books but an avalanche of book donations. We never had book donations in 1983. A recent donation of remarkable (eclectic) diversity brought me face to face with a philosophical question. Which is better? To receive books that are … Continue reading

New books, added hours

New books, added hours

A lot of new material has come in the bookstore lately.  Now I’d like to show it off. I am adding some extra hours on Sundays on a trial basis, probably noon to five.    It will depend a little on the weather so I’d suggest giving a call first to see if I am … Continue reading

500 New Titles Each Month

 There have been many wonderful collections that have come in recently.  We have new stock in mythology, science fiction, ancient history, nature, philosophy, metaphysics, and health.  As I have promised, at least 500 new titles every month.  Some of these books are actually brand new, but still at a discount.  Isn’t it time for you … Continue reading

It’s All in the Stars

Recent acquisitions to the store include some hard-to-get astrology books and a collection of metaphysical books, many of which are brand new.  These don’t last long so I recommend coming in for a visit soon.  Dynamics of Aspect Analysis has already sold.