Wednesday, October 12, 2016

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BOOKSTORE


Do you like to thumb through books when you’re deciding what to read next?

Amazon is great when I know what I want, BUT sometimes I like to peruse lots of books, especially when I'm looking for something different. Then I go to one of my two favorite bookstores.

Under Charlie’s Covers (primarily a used book store)  
505-404-2097
160 S. Camino Del Pueblo Suite B
Bernalillo, NM 87004

Treasure House (features New Mexico authors)            
505-242-7204
2012 S Plaza St. NW (on the square in Old Town Albuquerque)
Albuquerque, NM 87104

If you live in the Albuquerque area, I recommend these two. If you live elsewhere, take time to visit bookstores in your area and develop favorites. Sometimes, used bookstores are the best choice; other times bookstores, which focus on local authors, are great.

I’ll be doing a book signing for The Good Old Days? A Collection of Stories on Sunday, Dec 10 from 12:30-3. It's a great Christmas gift with bits of nostalgia and reality about the past intermixed.

My mysteries ad thrillers are already at Treasure House.
                In Murder… A Way to LoseWeight, discover who killed the set doctor in Albuquerque. (winner of 2016 Public Safety Writers Assoc. [PSWA] contest and finalist for New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards)
                In I Saw You in Beirut, follow a woman as she uses clues from her past to extract a nuclear scientist from Iran.
                in Malignancy, shadow a woman scientist as she tries to escape the clutches of a drug lord and accepts a risky assignment in Cuba. (winner of 2015 PSWA contest)
                In Ignore the Pain, a woman scientist learns too much about the coca trade and too little about a sexy new colleague while on a public health assignment in Bolivia.
                In Coming Flu, decide whether the Philippine flu or a drug kingpin caught in a quarantine in Albuquerque is more deadly.
                More details at http://www.jlgreger.com.

Feel free to add the names and info on your favorites bookstores.