Asheville, NC — In its ongoing commitment to support independent bookshops, Biblio.com is partnering with Bookshop.org to create new avenues of revenue and growth for our booksellers. The partnership is a natural fit, as both organizations provide a solid online marketplace for independent booksellers, many of whom are pivoting to selling online to mitigate the effects of the Coronavirus
Seattle -- Celebrating readers of all types, this week ThriftBooks announced the top-selling books by state for 2018. This is the third year the online used book retailer has released the results, which revealed a move from non-fiction with a slant toward self-help to fiction.
The data found only one state had the same top-selling book two years running. California was the closest with
Seattle, WA — ThriftBooks, the largest used bookseller in North America, is now open in India! The new storefront on the Amazon.in Marketplace makes it possible for customers in India to browse and shop over 6 million books that can be shipped to every province within the country.
ThriftBooks India offers an unparalleled selection of English language books (with free shipping) to the
Within the next week subscribers will receive our summer issue featuring "Biblio 360," our annual listing of book clubs & societies, classes & workshops, events & exhibits of interest to book collectors. Until then, we wanted to call attention to some upcoming summer events in case you want to "book" your trip now!
(PORTLAND, OR) Flipsy.com today introduced the new BookSeller Android app, which makes it faster and easier than ever for professional booksellers to determine book market values, connect with buyers and sell books for the highest price. BookSeller turns Android smartphones into ISBN scanning devices and instantly displays private market values plus trade-in
Unsurprisingly, Madonna's 1992 book, Sex, topped the charts once again. Stephen King (as himself and as Richard Bachman) and Nora Roberts are the other leaders.
I received last week a bookseller's catalogue that made me stop and look. It's a brown file folder, into which is tucked several different sheets and cards, of varying colors and sizes, advertising a collection of 194 items on radical politics, modern poetry, and punk rock. It's more like a press kit than a catalogue, and
Inspired in large part by a love of great literature and a