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There are still bookstores out there! That is great news. They're a little harder to find but it's worth the search. And some send out great newsletters, monthly, weekly or when there are events like author readings.
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840 Tustin Street
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An actual brick and mortar book store - "Used, Unique and Out of Print Books"
There are still bookstores out there! That is great news. They're a little harder to find but it's worth the search. And some send out great newsletters, monthly, weekly or when there are events like author readings. Below are a few:
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