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Author Spotlight: Brian McKeown

Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Author Spotlight on local author Brian McKeown.  Brian joined us for our Small Business Saturday event, and he has been a feature of Worcester Storytellers. We have copies of his … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Catherine Zebrowski

Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our spotlight on Catherine Zebrowski, who will be the featured reader of Worcester Storytellers this month on Friday, January 27. The open mic-featured reader event starts at 7:00 PM. Catherine Zebrowski … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight: Kristi Petersen Schoonover

Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine a spotlight on our friend and author Kristi Petersen Schoonover. Kristi was here for our Ghost Hunting event a few weeks ago; now you can get to know her and her … Continue reading

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Events Buzz: Go Set Your Calendars

The long awaited GO SET A WATCHMAN by Harper Lee comes out this week!! We at our little “bigger on the inside” bookstore on 65 James Street are very excited to be releasing it—stop in and get your copy of … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight: Ellen Cooney

Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to host New England author and dog-lover Ellen Cooney on our Spotlight blog! Ellen’s most recent novel is The Mountaintop School for Dogs And Other Second Chances. Thank you for joining us, Ellen! … Continue reading

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NEW ARRIVALS THURSDAY – April 9, 2015.

Hot off the presses and hot on our shelves…. The beginning of a new month means new book releases in hardcover and in paperback for adults and for children in a multitude of genres. For adults: * INSIDE THE O’BRIENS … Continue reading

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Book thoughts for a snowy Tuesday.

“I cannot live without books!” One of the great men in history, Thomas Jefferson, is seen today as a scholar, sometimes a diplomat for the early United States, a great amateur architect (he designed his own home, Monticello, which is … Continue reading

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