“The world is a fine place and worth fighting for and I hate very much to leave it.” * “All that need be said here about the new Hemingway novel can be said in relatively few words. For Whom the Bell Tolls is a tremendous
Disclaimer: This post is about cookies, not books. In fact, cookies and books do not go together – as anyone with children can attest, they tend to leave nasty little oil stains on the pages and crumbs in the gutter. (now it’s at least vaguely book
It’s over. We’ll be starting our firesale this afternoon. How can we possibly compete with this?
I’m consistently amazed at the amount of e-mail we receive from legitimate B2B vendors who have not even bothered to do the slightest modicum of research before sending their sales pitches. Sometimes, I can’t help but hit back with a little acerbic humor. Today I
Here’s a few snippets from the world of book collecting:
Did you know we have a giveaway going on the Biblio.com Facebook Page? Our “12 Days of Christmas” Giveaway is easy to play! Go to our Facebook page to Like our page and play along. You could win free books from Biblio for a whole
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We like to play games. But only ones where our customers win something big–like a $200 BiblioBucks gift certificate. And what better game to play than a treasure hunt? So welcome to the Biblio Book Hunt, a treasure hunt exclusively for our Twitter fans! Here’s
After 13 days, 11 clues and a lot of re-Tweets, search-savvy Twitter user Michael found the correct book in our first great Biblio Book Hunt: a rare copy of W.H. Auden’s About the House. The rules for the Twitter-exclusive Book Hunt were simple: we picked
Going through some emails today, it seems I came upon some vague traces of a lost Hemingway novel. The epistolary, straight from the gun style, humbly disguised under this heading: cause that would make me happy. me, 1982. I can’t think of a character named