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By Terry Fleming • May 01, 2019
In praise of National Paranormal Day (May 3), a day set aside to believe all those stories of supernatural stirrings and otherworldly oscillations you hear about throughout the year, allow me to introduce to you the Emperor of Eerie, Charles Fort!
By Phillip Caprara • April 26, 2019
Working in a warehouse for one of the world's largest online book sellers, you see more books than you could have ever thought possible. Mixed in among all the beautiful volumes destined to be resold, are those poor, unfortunate, broken books usually consigned to recycling. But where others see books that have outlived their usefulness, I see an opportunity...
By Lou Godmer • April 12, 2019
This is a very quick and easy upcycling project to try, perfect for a novice crafter and with tons of creative opportunities for an advanced upcycler. These beautiful ornaments can dress up your desk or bookshelf, hang from the ceiling, or personalize your holiday tree. They make a wonderful personalized gift for the readers in your life!
By Catie Baldridge • December 01, 2018
People love stories. Since injuring my hand, I found that people request stories even more when they see someone wearing a cast! The real story was mundane and typical, but that didn't stop me from having a little fun and telling good tale.
By Matthew Richey • October 29, 2018
By Catie Baldridge • October 25, 2018
As all true book nerds and lovers of literature already know in their souls, reading is a lifelong passion that transcends all...no matter what life throws at you, books will always be there. So, what ends up on the "All-Time Faves" list of someone who’s been reading for seven decades? Thanks to a ThriftBooks employee’s blogger grandma, you’re about find out!
By Linda Vandercook • August 30, 2018
Dogs do all kinds of cool jobs—what is your dog’s job? Do you have a service dog? A retired military dog? Or perhaps a 'that couch ain't going to get that hairy all by itself' dog?
By William Shelton • July 31, 2018