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I. Now located on West Lovers Lane in Dallas, Texas, Interabang Books takes its unique name from the symbol that combines the question mark and the exclamation point. Owner Nancy Perot knows a bit about what those symbols represent, as well as the value of perseverance having the original bookshop, which opened in 2017, destroyed by a tornado in 2019, followed by the recent pandemic. Nonetheless, the store once again thrives in its new location, offering hand-picked selections of books and gifts for adults and kids. Events include Children’s Book of the Month subscriptions, in-person book signings, online author, publisher, and bookseller chats, videos, and personalized reading recommendations. They’ve temporarily discontinued the consignment program, but it’s something to keep an eye on.
If anyone knows how to create an Interabang symbol on a computer, do tell ;-)
“If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Interabang is certainly cool; and it is so inspiring to about the store..ReplyDelete
As for creating the symbol, I am going to see if I can use Canva to create it..
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Hello, Lady in Read!Delete
Your poetry ideas are indeed inspiring!
Canva might be helpful ;-)
I know that area of Dallas. I used to stay near there back in the eighties when I was on the road. There were some good restaurants around there.ReplyDelete
Tossing It Out
According to google maps, there are still good restaurants in that area - if they're still in business ;-)