Categories: Book Reviews, Books, WorkAuthor: Candace NelsonGenre: NonfictionPublisher: HarperCollins LeadershipPublished: November 8, 2022Page Count: 240LEARN THE RECIPE FOR STARTING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS For the first..
Although, this memoir evokes some not so happy memories of my own, I found Levy’s story hopeful for those who suffer an addiction to alcohol. I would recommend this book for readers wanting to safely from a distance, walk in the shoes of an alcoholic woman.
In a time when travel is not ideal, we explore the world in other ways. One easily attainable way is to pick up a book and adventure through the pages that lead you in story. One book, The Bookshop Book by Jen Campbell, speaks dearly to my bookworm heart, as it led me through the different continents and into the lives of bookstore owners and various authors, too. Intertwined bookish facts and beautifully written prose draw you into the core drive of booksellers and booklovers. As an introvert who loves to read, and a dreamer who gets lost in the possibilities of a life surrounded by book bindings, various typefaces, and stories for everyone, I greatly enjoyed this book.
As you read through each story, you really get insight into the bookselling industry from past times and into the questionable future of independent bookstores.