I don't know why I felt the need to blog about this. It's kind of pointless, actually. But as I mentioned in yesterday's post about my NYC weekend, on Sunday, Kirsten, Kody and I visited the Strand, a bookstore.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
The best way to describe this bookstore is, a tiny--or maybe even medium-sized--piece of Heaven. That's what it is. We could've probably spent hours in there, but we were kind of on a timeline so I wouldn't miss my train. As it was, we scoured shelves for inexpensive books (both used AND new!)
I bought Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, on Kirsten's recommendation, which I'm about two thirds of the way through now. It rules.
And I also made the brilliant discovery that *gasp* you can order books from the store's website! Inexpensively! It made my day. And I have two new books traveling my way. Or will soon.
And thus ends my semi-useless post about the most rockingest bookstore ever.