Updated: Dec 14, 2020
The new Bound2please Books ecommerce website is here!
B2plz has been selling online with eBay since the bookshop opened in January 2019, and now, given the global circumstances dealt in 2020, B2plz is currently operating exclusively online. Promoting and selling online has proven to be a much different beast than those identical actions in a retail bookshop! Introducing our new and improved website—an ecommerce website. Building such a selling podium is out of my league but the town of Orange stepped up with a Bounce Back Orange grant and made this podium possible for which I am very grateful.
Please take a few turns around the various options listed in the website’s header. www.booksbound2please.com
The books featured on the home page will change regularly as I continue to purchase books. Notice many more new releases and more categories to search.
A local crafter has stitched us some reversible, cotton masks in gorgeous paisley designs. Pick one to match the color of your eyes! Bookmarks and coasters (sets of 3) are also available in various biblio designs made of 100% cotton. All are machine washable and great for book club friends.
An ardent reader and supporter of indie business has written another worthy review for us. Thanks Sarah!
Reviews and special events will be listed in the Bits & Blogs section. Readers can find many quality special events with authors happening online. Some big-name authors are hosting online book clubs and you can join them for a small fee. The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) offers Reader Meet Writer events, which introduce new books and authors to you at no cost. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a link to access the presentations. After you see the presentation, hopefully you will be persuaded to make a purchase from this indie bookseller. I will keep you abreast of the best events coming up and refresh those listings often.
Remember, you can order any book from Bound2please Books and have it delivered to your home asap. As we get closer to the traditional holiday gift-giving season and USPS is struggling more than normal (as are we all), perhaps try to order earlier than you have in previous years.