When I began, way back at the beginning of March, thinking of a theme for this month’s blog post, coronavirus was just some background noise in newsfeeds. Now that we are in nearly full shutdown mode, the world is a different place. We need to come up with new ways of working, of going about the everyday logistics of life, and of relating to those around us from a safe distance. I hope you are all staying safe and healthy. We miss all of our customers and look forward to the day when we can open our doors again and welcome you all in.
Our store is entirely online right now.
We are here 24/7 via our website, email and telephone.
We can ship to you for FREE (media mail) on pre-paid orders of 50.00 or more from our website. It's super easy! Go here: www.macsbacks.com
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In short, we will do everything possible to fulfill your book requests.
Tips for ordering:
1. Check the publication date. Many titles have a future release date. You are able to pre-pay now & we can process those orders at pub date.
2. Check the format and choose paperback or hardcover. Keep in mind that some titles are listed but not yet available in paperback.
We are grateful for the support you have shown us and feel an urgent need to give back.
We will donate 1.00 per order to a few non-profits we have supported throughout the years
including Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and Literary Cleveland.
This crisis is evolving so check back for updates
Thank you so much for your continued support at this crucial time!
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BOOK REVIEW - GIRL, WOMAN, OTHER BY BERNARDINE EVARISTO
This kaleidoscopic novel spins us through the lives of twelve Black British women, each with a clear, fierce voice. Their stories intertwine, spanning centuries. From beleaguered school teacher Shirley, to flamboyant playwright Amma, to nonbinary social media maven Megan/Morgan, the characters leap off the page.
THE CRYING BOOK BY HEATHER CHRISTLE
Crying is one of the most human things that we do. It is an all-purpose activity. We cry to express grief, joy, anger, fatigue, frustration. Those of us who cry easily are in constant struggle to not only control our tears but to understand the very nature of them and the reasons behind them.