All bookstores should be so smart

Shelf Awareness wrote about some of the new ticketed events a small bookstore chain is doing:

As part of a "total reinvention" of the stores' events programs, Copperfield's Books, which has eight locations in Sonoma and Napa counties in Northern California, is launching several new themed series, all of which make us wish even more that we lived in the area.

The most striking is the Debut Dinner series, which this season consists of three dinners, each for a different first novelist, that will be held at local restaurants. Readers pay between $65 and $75, have a three-course meal with wine, speak with the author and receive a copy of the book. The first dinner features Amanda Coplin, author of The Orchardist.

What really caught my eye is they are going to have a mystery series next year called Dinners to Die For.

Read more about the events here.



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