We are proud to announce that we are partnering with bookstores, libraries, and other groups around the area to develop an upcoming series of events for writers. Naturally, we encourage you to patronize these fine folks!
A Good Book Cafe
This great little bookstore has used books, new books, children’s and teen books, books, books and more books! Their store is organized, clean, and run by a knowledgeable staff of booksellers. Take your friends, family and a sense of adventure. You can also order books through their website, or by calling them. Shipping is only $4.
King County Libraries
The King County Library System (KCLS) is a library system serving the residents of King County, Washington, United States. Headquartered in Issaquah, Washington, KCLS is currently the busiest library in the United States, circulating 22.4 million items in 2010. It consists of 48 libraries, a Traveling Library Center, a mobile TechLab, and the ABC Express children’s library van. KCLS offers a collection of more than 4.1 million items, including books, periodicals, newspapers, audio and videotapes, films, CDs, DVDs and extensive online resources. All KCLS libraries offer free Wi-Fi connections. (Source: WikipediA)
Originally opened in 1947, the Lakewood Library is part of the Pierce County Library System, and was updated in 2012 to provide an improved customer service desk, access to movies and music, more places to read and study, and better placement of noisy and quiet activities.
Tacoma Public Library
There is hardly an institution in Tacoma that affects more lives than the Tacoma Public Library. The possibilities are endless. No matter where you are, or what time of day it is, library access is available either at a local library or through this website. The best place to start: Get your Tacoma Public Library Card! Here you can learn everything you need to know about taking full advantage of the library’s many services, programs and resources!
Although it is one of more than 5,000 college stores in the United States., University Book Store can be likened to very few. It is third in total sales volume and leads all college stores in the sale of books and supplies. It is one of only a few that are organized as independent, tax paying corporations with direct student involvement on the board of directors. And it is one of the few that annually returns rebates, or patronage refunds, to its campus customers.