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August Events!

August Events!
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We have got a packed August in store! Seriously packed. PLUS our Annual Tent Sale!! We have some great debut authors and some old hats. Ease yourself into back to school season by coming out for some of these events!   Monday August 3, 7:00pm Dani Klein Modisett discusses and signs Take My Spouse Please: […]

August Events!

August Events!

We have got a packed August in store! Seriously packed. PLUS our Annual Tent Sale!! We have some great debut authors and some old hats. Ease yourself into back to school season by coming out for some of these events!   Monday August 3, 7:00pm Dani Klein Modisett discusses and signs Take My Spouse Please: […]

New Releases to Close Out July!

New Releases to Close Out July!

We’re ending July with a bang with these new titles! Come on over and check ’em out for yourself! Hardcover Kitchens of the Great Midwest by Ryan Stradal $25.00 This is a staff favorite! We’re so excited for the release! J. Ryan will be here to discuss and sign on August 12th at 7pm! Plus, […]

New Releases to Close Out July!

New Releases to Close Out July!

We’re ending July with a bang with these new titles! Come on over and check ’em out for yourself! Hardcover Kitchens of the Great Midwest by Ryan Stradal $25.00 This is a staff favorite! We’re so excited for the release! J. Ryan will be here to discuss and sign on August 12th at 7pm! Plus, […]

Kids’ Week – Recap!

Kids’ Week – Recap!

Last week (July 20-24) we hosted our Annual Kids’ Week! We had a blast the whole week. In case you missed it or just want to relive those days check out the recap below! It’ll be hard to wait a whole ‘nother year for the Kids’ Week but I think we can do it.   […]

The Summer of Love

The Summer of Love

Article by Yvonne It is the perfect time to soak up the sun and listen to some great music. Since it is July and the summer is still in full swing, I decided to make a post to celebrate.   Celebrate the Age of Aquarius and let the sunshine in with these Molly and Rex […]

The Return of the Palomino Blackwing Pencil

The Return of the Palomino Blackwing Pencil

Article by Waylon Bacon A pencil is just a pencil, right? According to some, no. Just as there is a large community of pen collectors, the humble pencil also has a group of passionate advocates who run websites, argue on message boards, and have strong opinions on what combinations of lead and wood create the […]

Go Set A Watchman – Out Today!!

Go Set A Watchman – Out Today!!

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Lucky

Lucky

Vroman’s is lucky. Lucky to have a big space, a loyal customer base, and the cash flow to take a few risks. Of course, it’s not so much luck as good business sense and a reputation cultivated over 120 years, plus a demonstrated interest in giving back locally and being what any good indie bookstore […]

The History of the Calling Card

The History of the Calling Card

Article by  Eric Villiers Calling cards, not to be confused with business cards, have a long and fascinating history and can be a useful and fun inclusion in anyone’s social stationery. It is believed that calling cards first came into use in China during the 1500’s. From there they moved to Italy and then onto […]

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