Christopher Moore stops by the store Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m. to discuss his new novel, Noir, a parody of hard-boiled detective fiction. Check out Moore's answers to The BookPeople Questionnaire below! BP: What are you reading these days? CM: Jack London’s San Francisco Stories by Jack London, Cringeworthy: A Theory of Awkwardness by Melissa … Continue reading Christopher Moore on his literary influences, the Russian River & marine biology
HARDCOVER FICTION Find Me by Laura Van Der Berg From the author of two highly acclaimed story collections comes a debut novel about a sickness that sweeps the country, staring with memory loss and ending with death. One woman's immunity sends her on the road in a devastated America, where she encounters mysterious companions, cities … Continue reading New Books! 2/17/15
This Dark Road to Mercy by Wiley Cash On Sale 1/28/14 We had the pleasure of hosting a conversation between Wiley Cash and Ben Fountain earlier this year where Cash discussed his previous novel, A Land More Kind Than Home, a bestseller which was also named a New York Times Notable Book (and appeared on many Best of 2012 … Continue reading Books to Look Forward to In 2014: Part Two
~post by Julie W. Last week Meghan G., our Kid's Book Buyer, and I took a little trip out west, where the air is cold(er than it is here) and the mountains are high. Denver. City of dreams. City of this year's Mountains and Plains trade show. The Mountains and Plains Independent Bookseller Association is … Continue reading What Happens in Denver Stays in Denver. Except for These Pictures.
Before he died, my grandfather, a former minister, gave me a copy of Lamb by Christopher Moore and told me that the humor was right up my alley, comparing Moore to Monty Python. Not only was he completely right, I get to tell everyone that my Dr. Reverend Grandfather loved a book that has been … Continue reading Allison L. recommends…