”We find ourselves on the cusp of any bookstore’s most exciting time of year: holiday retail! The official kickoff (at least in our case) of the holiday season is Nov. 25, known both as Small Business Saturday and Indies First,” the Raven Book Store writes.
It’s all about perspective, Curtis Marsh says. His new book, “KU-phoria,” compiles stories about KU’s history and traditions — but he says the stories would be nothing without the way people felt and experienced them.
”Britney Spears has topped the Billboard Hot 100 five times in her career. Now she can say she’s also topped the Raven 10, as folks bought her new memoir, ’The Woman in Me,’ in droves,” the Raven Book Store writes.
”Here are this week’s Raven bestsellers, a fantastic mix of new releases (#1) and older favorites (#2 and #8). Jonathan Lethem leads the pack with his excellent new ’Brooklyn Crime Novel,’” the Raven Book Store writes.
”Welcome to the first Raven bestsellers of the fourth quarter of 2023! You know what that means: big Fall new release season is here,” the Raven Book Store writes.
”The Lawrence Public Library’s month of spooky programming kicked off last week with local author Matt Kirkland launching his new book, ‘Dracula Daily,’ which lands at our No. 1 spot by a mile,” the Raven Book Store writes.
Regular readers know the story of the summer has been the bestseller chart reign of ”Embattled Lawrence 2,” leaving many of us wondering when its hold on the top spot would end. Well, folks, it almost happened this week, the Raven Book Store writes.
Mark Dent and Rustin Dodd will be signing copies of their brand-new book ”Kingdom Quarterback,” detailing the Mahomes era of our beloved KC football team, at the Raven next week, the Raven Book Store writes.
”Nothing can unseat the mighty ’Embattled Lawrence 2,’ which officially launches with a party Aug. 15 at Merchants. Hope to see you there!” the Raven Book Store writes.
”Lots of great debuts on the list this week, including some new entries from local folks Stephen T. Johnson and the Raven’s own Danny Caine,” the Raven Book Store writes.
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