Holiday Bookseller Features: Gina!

The BookPeople holiday catalog—our annual year-in-review publication—is here and, like most things in 2020, it’s gone virtual for the occasion! And while you can’t hold a physical copy this season, there’s still plenty to enjoy about it! This year’s theme, This Is My Favorite Book…of the Pandemic highlights the titles our booksellers found comfort in during a … Continue reading Holiday Bookseller Features: Gina!

This Again? How To Survive Valentine’s Day

This post comes from Jan, our second floor inventory manager and professional cynic. So you made it through another holiday season. You endured seemingly immeasurable hours under the same roof as people of questionable shared genetics (during a campaign season, no less). You fulfilled your obligatory expressions of love and gratitude--in varying degrees of sincerity … Continue reading This Again? How To Survive Valentine’s Day

BookPeople Feast: Cocktails & Such

This month our booksellers are cooking up a seven course feast to highlight the many new cookbooks hitting our shelves in time for the holidays. Join us as we chronicle our ambitious culinary undertakings here on the BookPeople blog. From cocktails to side dishes to dessert, we'll share our adventures investigating a wide variety of new cookbooks, all … Continue reading BookPeople Feast: Cocktails & Such


The Kitchen Ecosystem: Integrating Recipes to Create Delicious Meals by Eugenia Bone Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World by Sally Fallon Morell and Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN ~post by Sutterfield Autumn! Finally! And hooray! The autumnal equinox has past, ushering in that most lovely of seasons. For us here in Central … Continue reading SUTTER’S KITCHEN: FALL EDITION!


~post by Sutterfield It's August, y'all. It's blisteringly and oppressively hot out there. Sure, after many years in other parts of the country where the winters are harsh and unyielding, I can say with some confidence that the summers here in my beloved Texas bother me very little nowadays, because I know the winters will … Continue reading Sutter’s Kitchen – SEPTEMBER COOKBOOK PREVIEW