My Bookshop is Finally Open

My bookshop's just like this one. Only really different.

This morning I finally opened my bookshop, where I am now offering to the public, ready and available for purchase, a wide selection of my two books, I’m OK–You’re Not: The Message We’re Sending Nonbelievers, and Why We Should Stop, and “Penguins, Pain and the Whole Shebang: Why I Do the Things I Do,” by God (as told to John Shore). I will be adding more titles to those in the forthcoming weeks/months/years.

You can pay for these fine, highly readable vestiges of a nearly bygone era with PayPal or a credit card. I will autograph and/or inscribe each book according to your directions.

The “bookshop” is always accessible via the tab along the top of my blog marked (surprise!) bookshop.

I don’t want to sound crass or anything, but the Christmas season is upon us, and I think we can all agree that books personally inscribed and autographed by the author make Christmas gifts so spectacular that, for the rest of their lives, those who receive such a gift invariably remember the person who gave it to them as a saint. But neckties and Chia Pets make nice gifts, too.

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  • Jdaniel

    The “bookstore” is always accessible via the tab along the top of my blog marked (surprise!) bookstore.

    No. The big surprise is that you forgot that it’s called Bookshop about 80 words later. No coffee this morning John?

  • Anonymous

    I’m sure I have no idea what you’re talking about.

  • John Gragson

    come on, Barnes & Noble has a coffee shop in their store!

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, and you see how they ended up ….

  • Mary W. Lukens Goodson

    And chia sprouts make such a lovely snack while reading!

  • Anonymous

    Except I can never wait for them to spout. I always end up just gnawing on the terra cotta. Which is quite good! With salsa.

  • Suz

    Ordered a book, waiting for the bumper stickers…

  • Anonymous

    I got your order, Suz: Will send out … let’s see …. tomorrow. Bumper stickers! I wanna look into the no-stick kind. So will do.

  • Richard Lubbers

    John, you’re the Arnold’s Rug of bookshops!