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Saturday, October 09, 2010

Department of Book Reports

It's a rainy Saturday in Hoquiam, and what better way to spend the afternoon than in a warm bookstore?
The big news on this block are the new bricks installed in front of the 7th Street Theatre and the bookstore. This fundraiser has financed the neon candlestick style sign that will be done sometime next year.

Here's a walk through the new shop for our internet friends:

Nobel prize winner, Mario Vargas Llosa.

The fiction shelves.

Non-fiction & History.

350 display for Bill McKibben, and a chance to remind you to find an event near you for international 10-10-10 Day.

Of course we have Pirates!

Arts and entertainment.

Northwest and Local interest.


Our new address is 315 7th Street, so our name is changing a bit, to (Jackson Street) Books on 7th. The new phone number is 360-533-3157. Drop by and see us if you're in Hoquiam, or you can order any of the featured books at Jackson Street Books and other fine Independent bookstores.As always, books ordered here will have a freebie publishers Advance Reading Copy included as a thank you to our blogosphere friends.


  1. The formatting gods hate me today.

  2. Awesomeness. Congratulations to the Settles, Dan and Tammy.

  3. Waitaminnit. I swear I typed, “Seattles,” not “Settles.” Hey, it’s been a long day.

  4. Well, that Settles it--I love your new digs!


  5. Hip hip hooray for (Jackson Street) Books on 7th! The new joint looks great guys, well done.

  6. w00t!!!

    Way to go, Settles!


We'll try dumping haloscan and see how it works.