Dorthea Benton Frank signs "The Hurricane Sisters"
Samantha Crespo signs "100 Things to do in Memphis Before You Die"
Mighty Mississippi Book Blast YA Tour
Thousands in the Mid-South cannot read. You can help.
100 years of leadership. A new century of innovation
Keep up to date with the latest in books and publishing
Author Archives: The Booksellers At Laurelwood
Posted on January 27, 2016
Well. Here we are. 2016. Again embarking on our quadrennial national year-long soul-bludgeoning grind…I mean our glorious process of exercising of our democratic right to select the President. Two outstanding books I’ve read recently shed tremendous perspective on some dynamics … Continue reading →
Posted on December 18, 2015
Need some ideas for what to buy the book lover in your life or suggestions for a terrific book to get lost in during your holiday down time? Let our book-loving booksellers help. This is part 2 of our list … Continue reading →
Posted on December 17, 2015
One of the perks of being in charge of content for the store’s blog is having the platform to champion books I love (and a limitless amount of online runway to do it with). So here are my ten favorite … Continue reading →
Posted on December 15, 2015
Need some ideas for what to buy the book lover in your life or suggestions for a terrific book to get lost in during your holiday down time? Let our book-loving booksellers help. This week, we’ll be sharing our … Continue reading →
Posted on November 4, 2015
So. This is interesting news for the book world: Amazon opened a bricks-and-mortar store this week. Yep. The online monolith that sells everything from books to bikes, bath mats to baby wipes, and bytes and bytes of music, movies, e-books, … Continue reading →
Posted on October 14, 2015
Yesterday was a big day for books. More to the point, it was a big day for big books; on the same day Marlon James’ 700+ page A Brief History of Seven Killings was awarded the 2015 Man Booker prize, … Continue reading →
Posted on September 11, 2015
Reading shouldn’t be something one feel pressured into, right? It should be a pleasurable and, aside from special circumstances (school, work, etc.), a fully voluntary and free-flowing use of one’s time. I’ve somehow worked myself into a bit of a … Continue reading →