where in the back, I bake cupcakes and sell coffee, and it's a bookstore in the front. And you can buy books, or you can just sit and eat cupcakes and drink coffee and read a book, and put it back when you're done. Nice leather couches, bean bag chairs for the adventurous, soft...
for as long as I can remember... They have the ability to transport me into new worlds and awaken ideas within me that I never knew were there. Bookstores are magical to me... There is so much information just waiting to be discovered. They never get old.
or the library, I seek out the travel book section.
I love to travel and when I am not traveling I love to read about places I dream about traveling too. I plan my trip in my head and map out my course of what I want to see. I like being amazed and awed, whether it is...
I love delving into a book and cherry picking the best bits and then carrying it around with me until I get to the checkout. Usually by the time I get to the check out I'm staggering under the weight of all the books I've picked up along the way and then I have to get serious...
for a long time. It's a bookstore lover's dream. At over 65,000 square feet it takes up an entire city block. I love how one category can take up an entire room. I love how it's all old buildings giving it an aged feel and finding my way through the maze of rooms. Books I've...
You know how at bars guys buy girls drinks well if he wants to talk to her or date or something. well I guarantee that if a guy made small talk with me at a book store then offered to buy me the book I was looking at then I would definitely go on a date with him.
I could spend hours in them. I love how there are notes on the first page like birthday wishes. It always gives the book history. One of my favourite bookstores was R.M.C stamps and coins in Moonee ponds, Melbourne. The second hand books were just stacked too the roof it was...
My other and father loved a good fairytale and even made up an audio story for my brothers and sisters. I cherrished my books. The smaller they were the more I identified with them. Bookstores in Eugene where special. Filled with hundreds or even thousands of books, mostly...
when it comes to reading. I love the way the books smell (hope it isn't just me), the way it sounds when you turn the pages. My imagination is definitely much larger because I read. I honestly would go to Barnes and noble or any bookstore once a week if I could :)
hour in there. I get lost in reading excerpts. Going to the bookstore was a happy note of the many places we checked out on the best date I ever went on. We walked in and forgot about each other as we were both pulled into different directions. Time didn't exist. Concluding with...
and we have no bookstores. The closest town with an actual bookstore is an hour and a half away. this makes me wonder what people do with their time. Since I live on a great beach I'd think grab a book and go listen to the waves crash but nope no bookstore.
so into a book and its characters that its almost as if you're feeling what the character is feeling??
I love reading and find I enjoy a book when this happens. When is so good that you can't put it down and even shake a bit as you turn to the next page.
Lmao weird? Maybe...
peace of mind. There is so much potential in a bookstore. You can almost always find a similarly minded individual there. You all are there for the same reason. A library and/or bookstore is a kind of 'home' for me. A safe haven from the rest of the world.
& safe places
(this book is for those
who know this to be true)
I found this in a wonderful book, The Bookshop Book by Jen Campbell and think it's marvellous.
because if I have time to pass while in town I'll always pop into the local bookstores to browse & spend some time in the ambience among the books..but I think the staff are recognising me now & I don't want to be a bother!!