June Newsletter

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Events

Events may be added through the month.
Check out our calendar here for all events and updates.


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June 7th
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Casper Art Walk

View the Event Here
It's that time of year again: The Art Walk is back! during the first Thursday of every month we celebrate small businesses downtown. Come join in the party and see us for extended hours. We're open until 8:00 pm for the Art Walk.

Join us June 7th for the Art Walk where we will have two authors: Johna Strader signing her book, When Paths Are Crossed and M.A. Cortez with The Sister Sleuths and the Shadow Man.

 


Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


Book Review

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There There by Tommy Orange
There, There features a cast of characters set on a collision course. Set in Oakland with events that lead to a final and devastating conclusion at the Big Oakland Powwow. The book spans generations of people of varying Native American statuses, all of them affected by the near genocide and displacement of their people. Beautifully written from varying perspectives and characters that demand your attention. This was a story that needed to be told and, more importantly, one that needs to be read.


Wind City Book Club!

Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.


This month we are reading Amatka by Karin Tidbeck, which is out in paperback at our store!

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Other Readings


Libro News

     You can now earn free audiobooks while supporting Wind City Books. Simply visit libro.fm/refer and you’ll have the option of entering email addresses, sharing via social or via a unique link. The invitation allows friends and family to enjoy their first audiobook for just $0.99 and you’ll get a free audiobook after their first month of membership. Whether it's someone new to audiobooks or an audiobook aficionado looking for a change, this is your opportunity to share how they can support Wind City Books through the power of audiobooks.


A Small Town in the West

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Check out our playlist!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Scroll through our recommendations, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)

Art Walk June 2018 - Johna Strader and M.A. Cortez

Join us June 7th for the Art Walk where we will have two authors: Johna Strader signing her book, When Paths Are Crossed and M.A. Cortez with The Sister Sleuths and the Shadow Man.

Johna Strader, When Paths Are Crossed
 

 Shayna Harper is no stranger to the problems men can cause, so when she moves into a new apartment and Trey Monroe fails to respond in a timely manner to her maintenance concerns, it isn’t anything unusual. What is unusual is her reaction: not only forgiving him but letting her guard down enough to start dating him.  Trey isn’t looking for another girlfriend, but when he meets the pretty girl who called about problems in her apartment, he uses free hockey tickets from his best friend to score a date with her, not expecting it to turn into anything serious. When it does, even he doesn’t realize the long-term impact.  A relationship neither of them is looking for balloons around them, but the “hook-up high” wears off quickly, and Shayna finds that Trey’s problems with his kids and his ex-wife become her own. She hadn’t even wanted children; now, the instant family that came with Trey is threatening to overwhelm her, and she’s ready to throw in the towel and break it off with him.  A routine doctor’s appointment reveals she’s pregnant, however, and the path Shayna thinks she’s on suddenly seems quite different, with her normally sharp sense of direction dulled by the awesome responsibility and decisions facing her.  When Paths Are Crossed will remind you that we all have our individual journeys with their respective challenges, but sometimes, the roadblocks we encounter are ones we put there ourselves.

Shayna Harper is no stranger to the problems men can cause, so when she moves into a new apartment and Trey Monroe fails to respond in a timely manner to her maintenance concerns, it isn’t anything unusual. What is unusual is her reaction: not only forgiving him but letting her guard down enough to start dating him.

Trey isn’t looking for another girlfriend, but when he meets the pretty girl who called about problems in her apartment, he uses free hockey tickets from his best friend to score a date with her, not expecting it to turn into anything serious. When it does, even he doesn’t realize the long-term impact.

A relationship neither of them is looking for balloons around them, but the “hook-up high” wears off quickly, and Shayna finds that Trey’s problems with his kids and his ex-wife become her own. She hadn’t even wanted children; now, the instant family that came with Trey is threatening to overwhelm her, and she’s ready to throw in the towel and break it off with him.

A routine doctor’s appointment reveals she’s pregnant, however, and the path Shayna thinks she’s on suddenly seems quite different, with her normally sharp sense of direction dulled by the awesome responsibility and decisions facing her.

When Paths Are Crossed will remind you that we all have our individual journeys with their respective challenges, but sometimes, the roadblocks we encounter are ones we put there ourselves.

M.A. Cortez, The Sister Sleuths and the Shadow Man

 The thing about a secret is, it always comes back to haunt you…  Sandy and Samantha may be twins, but sharing the same birthday is where their similarities end. It seems like the girls will never find common ground, until they stumble upon another set of siblings hiding secrets, lies, and shadows of the past. 

The thing about a secret is, it always comes back to haunt you…

Sandy and Samantha may be twins, but sharing the same birthday is where their similarities end. It seems like the girls will never find common ground, until they stumble upon another set of siblings hiding secrets, lies, and shadows of the past. 

Art Walk May 2018 - Nina Rothfuss

Join us for the Casper Art Walk where we will have author and artist Nina Rothfuss with her children's book Low Belly Bunch, featuring playful writing and stylized art.

This event will be happening Thursday, May 3rd from 5-8 pm.

 In the house down the street two puppies, best friends, Michin, a male welsh corgi, and Haru, a female long hair miniature dachshund, lived happy days playing endlessly. There was a kitten in the house down the street too, Hana, a Blue Russian Munchin, who loved to play, but the puppies ignored her day after day.

In the house down the street two puppies, best friends, Michin, a male welsh corgi, and Haru, a female long hair miniature dachshund, lived happy days playing endlessly. There was a kitten in the house down the street too, Hana, a Blue Russian Munchin, who loved to play, but the puppies ignored her day after day.

May Newsletter

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Events

Events may be added through the month.
Check out our calendar here for all events and updates.


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May 2nd
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
William Gear at Natrona County Public Library

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Michael Gear will be at Natrona County Public Library with his new book, This Scorched Earth. Reserve your copy with us and join us in meeting the author at the library.


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May 3rd
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Casper Art Walk

View the Event Here
It's that time of year again: The Art Walk is back! during the first Thursday of every month we celebrate small businesses downtown. Come join in the party and see us for extended hours. We're open until 8:00 pm for the Art Walk.

This time we will have author and artist Nina Rothfuss with her children's book Low Belly Bunch.


Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


Book Review

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Out of the Blue by Sophie Cameron

     Jaya's mother is dead, her best friend and lover have disappeared, and winged Beings are falling from the sky. For Jaya, the last handful of months have been a series of events she has no control over. To top it off, her father in a Wingding, obsessed with the winged Beings that fall to their deaths and he has decided to uproot his two daughters to get to the next location where he thinks another fall will happen. Jaya is opposed to this idea and has little faith in his calculations until she witnesses the fall of a Being and discovers she survived. Now Jaya must decide what to do in the best interest of the Being, including involving a pair of siblings, Allie and Calum, who can help. As these three are thrown together by the same goals, Jaya and Allie become close even while the shadows of Jaya's past take shape.
     Beautiful and flowing, the writing of this book creates full and kinetic scenes and characters that are hurt and courageous enough to change that.


Wind City Book Club!

Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.


This month we are reading Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann, which is out in paperback at our store!

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Other Readings


Libro News

     You can now earn free audiobooks while supporting Wind City Books. Simply visit libro.fm/refer and you’ll have the option of entering email addresses, sharing via social or via a unique link. The invitation allows friends and family to enjoy their first audiobook for just $0.99 and you’ll get a free audiobook after their first month of membership. Whether it's someone new to audiobooks or an audiobook aficionado looking for a change, this is your opportunity to share how they can support Wind City Books through the power of audiobooks.


A Small Town in the West

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Check out our playlist!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Scroll through our recommendations, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)

Casper Art Walk Kickoff with Fred Jacquot

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We will have author Fred Jacquot with his book Wild Men on the North Fork: A Yellowstone Summer from 5-8 pm.
Come down, meet the author, get a book, and support local business!

Quote from Wild Men on the North Fork A Yellowstone Summer:
The Absaroka Mountains are, by land area, the largest range in Wyoming. Few Wyoming citizens could tell you this. As a range it lacks the spectacular peaks of the more famous Tetons. For vacationers, it is not nearly as popular as the Big Horns. One can count its lakes on two hands. This is an embarrassment when compared to the Wind River Range to its south. In the 'Winds' there is a lake over every hill, some ten thousand in all. But the Absarokas have their own special, rugged beauty and are probably host to as many wild animals as all the other Wyoming ranges combined. And they are rugged! Orrin and Lorraine Bonney, in their definitive book on the mountains of Wyoming, call the Absaroka Mountains the most rugged topographical area in the United States.

April Newsletter

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Events

Check out our calendar here for all events

April 4th
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Audrey Cotherman at the Senior Center

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Join us at the Senior Center (1831 E. 4th St.) for a book signing and talk with Audrey Cotherman, author of A Pinch of Salt.

"A Pinch of Salt" addresses the human condition -- our foibles and our triumphs, personally and as members of a community. Sometimes humorous, always serious, readers may recognize their own lives and their own truths.


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April 5th
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Casper Art Walk

View the Event Here
It's that time of year again: The Art Walk is back! during the first Thursday of every month we celebrate small businesses downtown. Come join in the party and see us for extended hours. We're open until 8:00 pm for the Art Walk.


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April 21st
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Gene Gagliano at Wind City Books

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Join us for a book signing with Wyoming's Poet Laureate, Gene Gagliano! Gene is a retired elementary school teacher known for his books C is for Cowboy: A Wyoming Alphabet, Little Wyoming, Booger, and many more!


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May 2nd
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
William Gear at Natrona County Public Library

View the Event Here
Michael Gear will be at Natrona County Public Library with his new book, This Scorched Earth. Reserve your copy with us and join us in meeting the author at the library.


Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


Book Review

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Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman
Unbury Carol is a well paced novel that plays out like a film with characters that naturally move the story along. The characters are satisfied with who they are as people with exceptions made to the villainous and the deranged who attempt to destroy others to change themselves and their statuses. The story is fairly straightforward while masterfully hiding the plot changing information that is revealed at key points like a magic trick. This book is about legends, expectations, and sleight of hand all wrapped up in a western package.


Wind City Book Club!

Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.


This month we are reading The Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz, which is out in paperback and at our store!

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Other Readings

  • Have you been keeping up with your bookish New Year's resolution? Here's 7 ways to read more books. Real Simple.
     
  • March was a fantastic month for books and this reflection of it highlights 18 books by Asian writers. Asian American Writers' Workshop.
     
  • Spring weather is unpredictable, but even if it snows and buries any blooms you can still get your dose of flowers with these fictional books featuring flowers. Book Riot.

Libro News

You can now earn free audiobooks while supporting Wind City Books. Simply visit libro.fm/refer and you’ll have the option of entering email addresses, sharing via social or via a unique link. The invitation allows friends and family to enjoy their first audiobook for just $0.99 and you’ll get a free audiobook after their first month of membership. Whether it's someone new to audiobooks or an audiobook aficionado looking for a change, this is your opportunity to share how they can support Wind City Books through the power of audiobooks.


A Small Town in the West

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Check out our playlist!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Scroll through our recommendations, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)

Audiobook Referral Program

You can now earn free audiobooks while supporting Wind City Books. Simply visit libro.fm/refer and you’ll have the option of entering email addresses, sharing via social or via a unique link. The invitation allows friends and family to enjoy their first audiobook for just $0.99 and you’ll get a free audiobook after their first month of membership. Whether it's someone new to audiobooks or an audiobook aficionado looking for a change, this is your opportunity to share how they can support Wind City Books through the power of audiobooks.

March Newsletter

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Events

Check out our calendar here for all events

March 29th
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Author CJ Box will be at Natrona County Public Library for a book signing. His new book, The Disappeared, will be out March 20th. Call ahead or come in to preorder a copy at Wind City Books!

Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett has two cases to contend with, both of them lethal, in the electrifying new novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author.


Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


New in Store

We at Wind City Books have been swept up by the bullet journal craze. Naturally, we'd love any gadget or tool that helps us make the perfect symbols and patterns. This metal bookmark stencil from Peter Pauper Press is what we use ourselves in-store. Come in and get yours today!

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Book Review

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Daughters of the Storm by Kim Wilkins
Sisters Bluebell, Willow, Ivy, Ash, and Rose all have the same goal of saving their father, the King of Thyrsland, from a mysterious illness that has befallen him. Each sister has her own motives and each are players in a greater political game. Reminiscent of a Nordic sagas, this book had plenty of lore, magic, familial intricacies, beautiful landscapes, and strong characters. These characters are perfect examples of 'good characters' that are capable of making bad choices, realistically rendering them.


Wind City Book Club!

Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.

This month we are doing two books: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman and A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. Come in to pick up your copy!

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Other Readings


Libro News

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Check out our playlist!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Scroll through our recommendations, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)

February Newsletter

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Events

Check out our calendar here for all events.

February 4th
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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Join us at the Senior Center (1831 E. 4th St.) for a book signing and talk with Audrey Cotherman, author of A Pinch of Salt.

"A Pinch of Salt" addresses the human condition -- our foibles and our triumphs, personally and as members of a community. Sometimes humorous, always serious, readers may recognize their own lives and their own truths.


February 21st
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Jasper Fforde will be in Casper all the way from the UK doing a book signing at Natrona County Public Library.

Call or come in to Wind City Books to pick up a copy his books and join in on our book club where we are reading The Eyre Affair for February. Join in on our book club here.

Great Britain circa 1985: time travel is routine, cloning is a reality (dodos are the resurrected pet of choice), and literature is taken very, very seriously. Baconians are trying to convince the world that Francis Bacon really wrote Shakespeare, there are riots between the Surrealists and Impressionists, and thousands of men are named John Milton, an homage to the real Milton and a very confusing situation for the police. Amidst all this, Acheron Hades, Third Most Wanted Man In the World, steals the original manuscript of Martin Chuzzlewit and kills a minor character, who then disappears from every volume of the novel ever printed! But that's just a prelude . . .


March 3rd
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Join us at Wind City Books for Kiersi Burkhart's Honor Code book launch.

Sam knows how lucky she is to be part of the elite Edwards Academy. As she dreams of getting into Harvard one day, she's willing to do anything to fit in and excel at the private high school. Even if that means enduring hazing, signing up for a sport she hates, and attending the school dance with an upperclassman she barely knows.

But when she learns the high cost of entry, will Sam be willing to bury the worst night of her life in order to "keep the community sacred"? As the line between truth and justice blurs, Sam must find out for herself what honor really means.


March 29th
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Author CJ Box will be at Natrona County Public Library for a book signing. His new book, The Disappeared, will be out March 20th. Call ahead or come in to preorder a copy at Wind City Books!

Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett has two cases to contend with, both of them lethal, in the electrifying new novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author.


Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


Vicki's Corner

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The Which Way Tree
Crook recounts the trials of Benjamin and Samantha "Sam" Shreve told via the letters and testament of Benjamin. Through his voice the reader is carried off on a fearsome adventure involving 14 yr old Benjamin, 12 yr old Sam, an aging Mexican who might or might not be a horse thief, an elderly preacher and his equally elderly dog, a murdering secessionist, and an invincible panther. Crook has created engaging characters the will remain in the reader's mind long after. Fabulous!


Wind City Book Club!

Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.

This month's book is The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde, who will be joining us from all the way in the UK for a book signing this month at the Natrona Public Library.

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Other Readings


Reviews

Tom Miller's novel, The Philosopher's Flight, flings us into an American history altered by the special abilities of women.
America is fighting World War I with male soldiers on the front lines and female philosophers flying in for Rescue and Evacuation. Philosophers walk a fine line this world has between magic and science, allowing them to transform chemicals to their will or defy gravity and fly. Robert Weekes wants to walk that line, not march in ranks with a gun. 
Robert will have to prove himself in the art of flying and work harder still from there to convince the women at Radcliffe college that he is ready for Rescue and Evac. Robert and many of the women around him are also thrust into political and social challenges that leaves them all questioning what they are willing to do with the power given to them.
Robert is not naturally talented and his struggle is well documented to the point that as a reader you learn to understand the technical parts of philosophy. What you read is what you get and more often than not, the first image that pops into your head is what is happening. Magic and science intermingles to make wild imaginings of upside down cake full of helium or ink moving across a page to form a map possible. Despite heavy social content within this novel, it is a light read and much of it is spent within this wonderful world Tom Miller created.

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Libro News

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Check out our playlist!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Scroll through our recommendations, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)

January Newsletter

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Announcements

Happy New Year!

Wind City Books had a great year last year and that is all thanks to our customers! We look forward to seeing you all next year and providing literature for our community and all who visit.
 

Store Hours

Now that the holiday season is over, we will return to our normal hours. Wind City Books will be closed from Monday, January 1st to Friday, January 5th for inventory. We will open again on Saturday, January 6th.
Our hours are:
Monday - Friday 10 AM to 6 PM
Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM
Every first Thursday of the month for Art Walk 10 AM to 8 PM
 

Joshua Storehouse

Thanks to you, our community, we have raised over $500 for Joshua Storehouse. We'd like to thank everyone who contributed to the cause with their generous contribution!


Events

Check out our calendar here for all events.

Keep an eye out for events at Wind City Books!


Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


New Year, New Book Club!

The new year is upon us and we have some big plans for the store!
Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.


Staff Picks of 2017

We say goodbye to 2017 and the amazing books we read over the last year. Here is the list of staff favorites published in 2017!

 

Vicki
A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
City of Light, City of Poison by Holly Tucker
Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

Miranda

The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel
Secrets for the Mad by Dodie Clark
Last Namasara by Kristen Ciccarelli
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
What The Hell Did I Just Read?! by David Wong
The Fact of a Body by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich

Heather
Theft and Finding by David Sedaris
The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry
City of Light, City of Poison by Holly Tucker
You Don't Have to Say You Love Me by Sherman Alexie

Ashley
The Power by Naomi Alderman
The Good People by Hannah Kent
Binti: Home by Nnedi Okorafor
Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
My Best Friend's Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

Bonus: What Chelsea read while abroad in South America:
Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture by Justin McGuirk
Open Veins in Latin America by Eduardo Galeano
Slow Days, Fast Company by Eve Babitz
M-Train by Patti Smith
5 City Squares: 18 Writers on the Spirit and Significance of Squares Around the World by Catie Marron


Bookish Gear

Not only do we have books, but also nifty tools and trinkets.

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Our current favorite items in store are the wonderful bullet journals we've received. They are nifty and days just feel more satisfying within their pages. Pick up yours today!


Other Readings

 

  • Be the author you want to see in the world! Take this fun quiz from Buzzfeed and see what best-selling novel you would write.

 

 


Reviews

The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin is a fantastically written and thoughtful piece. It is like seeing an accident happen in slow motion and seeing all the points in which it could have been changed. The pieces were set in motion when Varya, Daniel, Klara, and Simon visit a fortune teller as children and their fates are revealed to them. Whether it was because of her shared insight into the days of their deaths that set them on their paths, or that they were destined to those lives anyways is up to the reader to decide. 
Can people change their fates? If so, is that written as well?

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Libro News

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Here it is!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Check out our playlist, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)

December Newsletter

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Announcements

Joshua Storehouse Raffle

Food for the Body, Food for the Mind.
Wind City Books will be holding a raffle for Joshua Storehouse starting November 25st and ending December 20th when the tickets will be drawn. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in the store. Prizes include signed copies of books for all ages.


Winter Catalog

Check out our Winter Catalog, full of ideas for your Christmas shopping. Get a peek at it here.
 

Store Hours

During December to fulfill holiday needs, Wind City Books will be open Sunday, December 10th. 17th, and 24th from 12:00 to 4:00 pm.
Wind City Books will be closed December 25th for the holidays and again January 2nd to January 4th 2018 for Inventory.


Events

Check out our calendar here for all events.

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December 7, 2017

Join us December 7th for the Art Walk where we will be reading Santa's Beard for children at 6:00 pm and again at 7:00 pm!

There is a problem growing - literally growing - at the North Pole because children around the world are being good. Santa's beard grows a little each time children share, play fair, do their best, tell the truth...
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December 7, 2017
Art Walk Author Book Signing

Join Us From 5:00-8:00 For a Book Signing with Carrie Merrill, Author of The Secret of the Hooked X.
Anna Holloway’s father was murdered in the streets of Boston, and she must leave with her family to join her Uncle John in the New Mexico territory. But when she discovers a hidden map to a buried treasure, the 16-year-old learns that her uncle might not be the benefactor that her family believes he is. Her suspicions are confirmed when a stranger appears in search of the map and takes Anna’s brother, William, hostage. Now she must find him and run with the map to keep him away from her family, or he will kill them all to find the treasure for himself.

December 9, 2017

Book signing with C.M. Wendelboe, author of Hunting the Five Point Killer at Wind City Books from 11:00 to 1:00 pm.
Former Denver homicide detective Arn Anderson never thought he’d be broke enough to take on a cold murder case. Or desperate enough to do it with a TV reporter. Or pathetic enough to go back to his rundown childhood home, after he swore he’d left Cheyenne for good.
But here he is, hunting a serial killer who also appears to have come out of retirement.
On the eve of the tenth anniversary of the murders, the Five Point Killer is back for blood—and Arn could be next.

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Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!


Bookish Gear

Looking for gifts for the holidays? Look no further! Not only do we have books, but also nifty tools and trinkets. The holidays are upon us! Come and look for that perfect gift for friends, family, or yourself!

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Libro News

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Here it is!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Check out our playlist, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.

Wind City Books is excited to offer digital gifting through our audiobook partner, Libro.fm. This new feature means you can gift a specific audiobook title(s) either via email or a printable certificate. The best part? Libro.fm members get an additional 30% off all purchased gifts and all gifts help support Wind City Books. See the complete gifting guide here and try using the Wish List feature which lets you easily share your list with friends and family.


Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)