Resolute Readers

December 17, 2011 at 11:48 pm Leave a comment

As we finish up our Christmas shopping and enjoy some relaxing time with friends and family, we are starting to consider the new year. For Recycled Reads, it will bring many exciting possibilities and endless bookshelves of surprising finds and classic favorites. In 2012, we plan to get organized, slim down our collection to the very best then flaunt it!

What are your resolutions for next year? How will you work to improve your character, your mind, or your life? For you bibliophiles, maybe you’re ready to finally read the classic literature you skimmed during college. (OK, the classic literature whose cliff notes you skimmed during college.) Perhaps you twentysomethings are feeling a bit lost and confounded with your options in life, and you are looking for sound and non-judgmental life advice. Maybe you’re beyond those growing pains and are just looking for a way to bring joy to yourself and others in the next year.

You are in luck! Recycled Reads is just the place to fulfill your most achievable resolutions. Not only do we have a well-trained staff to help you find whatever kind of book you are searching for, but we have a seemingly-endless supply of classic literature. Right now we have an excellent set of Franklin Library Books with classics and rarer works by classic authors. Just look at this random selection in the photo featured!

Don’t delay, these books won’t last long. Image

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the Future of the Book 2012 has gotten off to a great start here at Recycled Reads. We had a terrific time at the Austin Booksellers’ Associations Book/Photo/Paper show. Thanks to all of you for stopping by our booth. We invite you to come by to see some of the changes we’ve made at the store. There is a lot more room to sit, browse, and shop.

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