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Words Worth Books and TBLP

Words Worth Books

There’s a wonderful bookstore in Waterloo, Ontario called Words Worth Books, that is well-known for its passionate and knowledgable staff, not to mention events that attract top-rank authors.  In fact, in May,  Anne Michaels and Wayson Choy visited.  I was delighted to see that TBLP has been recommended on the Words Worth website as one of their “Great Summer Reads.” (Note that on the website, the books are displayed down the left hand side.  I’ve changed the layout simply so that it fits better on this blog.  There are a couple of other great books also listed that aren’t shown in the graphic above.) It’s always nice to be noted on such lists, particularly when it’s alongside such accomplished writers as Lawrence Hill and Zoe Heller.  When this happens, the lyrics from that famous Sesame Street song always arrive in my mind: “One of these is not like the others.  One of these things just doesn’t belong…”

I don’t know about you, but I always look for the “Staff Picks” section of any bookstore.  I’ve seldom been disappointed with choices I’ve made from the “Staff Picks” table.  So digging a little deeper into the Words Worth Books website, it was a thrill to discover that the co-owner of the store has read and reviewed TBLP.  Thanks so much Tricia.

Words Worth owner review

3 responses to “Words Worth Books and TBLP”

  1. Hey Terry
    Thanks for the love, we added a link to your website on our home page…
    Words Worth Folks

  2. Terry Fallis says:

    Right back at you. Hope to visit in the fall…

  3. We love Words Worth Books!

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