That's the title—somewhat overstated, but effective at grabbing the reader's attention—of a recent Guardian essay by Rick Gekoski. He mentions a post by Sarah Crown presenting the "most beautiful" bookshops she knows, then continues:Such a shop is intended to offer an experience so thoroughgoing it might be described as organic, in which the environment is as booky as the books, and one is comprehensively immersed in the pleasures of being and reading.
by SB Sarah More digital reading! More giveaways! More Thanksgivukkah Mayhem! Today's giveaway? I have a Kobo Aura 6" digital e-Ink reader from Kobo! Thanks, Kobo!! The kind and wonderful folks at KOBO sent me an Aura recently, and ... Read Post
A reader writes: Just want to say thanks so much for mentioning Nashville yesterday. I know there's a lot of other stuff going on right now that news outlets are choosing to cover but we really do need the attention,... Read Post
Well, after Sarah Palin, another scholar of Catholicism has weighed in on Pope Francis. Rush Limbaugh has a truly gold-star hathos alert in a recent diatribe, brilliantly titled: It’s Sad How Wrong Pope Francis Is (Unless It’s a Del... Read Post