Bookshop and Me

By now you’ve probably heard about Bookshop, the new ABA-backed online retailer that lets you support your local independent bookstores with every purchase. Well, I’ve got a couple of special announcements for you today that will bring my blog feature, The Scariest Part, in line with the exciting possibilities that Bookshop offers.

First, moving forward, all books featured on The Scariest Part will include a purchase link to Bookshop. I’m all about readers making their own choices, so the usual links to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Powell’s will remain. But adding a Bookshop link will give readers the added benefit of the ease of online ordering while supporting their own local stores at the same time.

Second, I have set up my own affiliate store at Bookshop that sells just about all the books that have been featured on The Scariest Part so far. My store’s “inventory” will continue to grow with new books as The Scariest Part continues.

I’m excited about this and looking forward to seeing how this new partnership will benefit readers, writers, and independent bookstores around the country!

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