I'm talking about Cleveland Place Books, a unique bookshop on Main Street in Alma, NB; a bookshop owned by Jane and Steve Chrysostom. www.cleveland-place.com
My want list of nearly thirty books is prohibitive, if I buy new books. Steve found many of these books used and in like new or good condition.
On Sunday, we drove to Alma to pick up nine books; the first bunch that arrived at the bookshop. I cradled them on my lap all the way home, leafing through, reading bits of poetry. It was like my birthday, like Christmas, like the two together.
I know Steve will email soon when another group of books arrives.
The odd thing about my list...despite my removal of nine new-to-me books from my want list, I've added seventeen more; books recommended to me by people kind enough to suggest poetry that will help me learn about writing and improve my own poetry.
So, for Steve and for Cleveland Place Books and for me, it looks like we'll share a long term commitment to the book hunt.
Thank you, Steve and Jane.
Exactly like Christmas.. I love that... and things that feel that way... anytime of year.
What a great way to build your library
I love that feeling too, especially when I can get it for less.
It is and Steve has been wonderful about searching out my books.
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