The world is a busy place with technology grabbing our attention. But this is a perfect time to stop by one of the many used bookstores in DFW and pick up a good book.
In a world of computers, tablets and phones, reading a book by turning the pages might seem like a lost art. But there are still places where one can find excellent children’s books.
Sharing the love of good literature is what book clubs are about. They connect us with others. Here are several book clubs located throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
These DFW bookstores are also cultural outposts where people can share ideas, chat with friends and enjoy a variety of social events.
There are several venues in North Texas that offer writing workshops, competitions and performance opportunities for aspiring poets and those who enjoy listening to poetry.
Half Price Books has gone nation-wide with 116 stores in 15 states but don’t look for them to make the jump to mega chain
Finding a bargain in North Texas isn’t difficult. No matter the taste or budget, the area offers something for everyone. For bargain hunters, some of the best bargains are considered the area’s best-kept secrets.
Sharon Anderson Wright, President and CEO, Half Price Books discusses the decision to build North Texas’ first public electric vehicle charging station and make it available free to Half Price customers.