10 New Books on Christian Growth and Serious Christian Living
10 New Books on Christian Growth and Serious Christian Living -- ALL ON SALE Like any good bookstore, we have all kinds of books, shelves in dozens of categories. Gardening, fiction, history, addiction recovery, film studies, engineering; we've got YA novels, cultural criticism, cookbooks, architecture, outdoor recreation, health, grief, and kid's picture books galore. We stand ready as a full service bookstore to help you with almost anything you may ever want -- just use our inquiry page at the website, or give us a call. See a review somewhere or hear an author on Fresh Air or 1A? Chances are we might be getting it in. Heard somebody reference a novel or prayer book? Give us a shout if we can help I suppose one of our largest sections in the store,…
196 Countries, 4 Stores, 2 Warehouses: How This Baby Brand is Growing Up Fast
In 2011, a couple moves from Fiji to Australia and starts a small side business. Little did they know, within a couple of years, they’d be living on the other side of the world, remotely managing a complicated network of warehouses and multiple wholesale and retail businesses that criss-cross borders and timezones. That couple is Peta and Charles Stinson, and there is, I learn, a method to their madness. The Stinsons own and operate Sapling Child, a 6-year-old organic printed baby apparel brand. Learn how they turned a side gig into a global family business.
San Francisco Zen Center to march with the People’s Climate Mobilization on April 29
Members of the San Francisco Zen Center community will join together to march with the People's Climate Mobilization on April 29.
How To Get Your Books Into Bookstores With Ingram Spark: Robin Cutler & Andy Bromley
Do you understand the difference between a wholesaler and a retailer? How much will you be charged by each of them, if your book is stocked by stores? What is
You Weren't There? So What: 4 Tips on Writing Historical Fiction
Georgia Hunter, author of the new WWII-era novel We Were the Lucky Ones, clues us in to four essential tips for writing historical fiction.