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  • Spring Author Events

    · By Sam Robertson

    We love hosting local authors. Here are some exciting upcoming events: In Person Book Launch: May 7th- The Noh Family written by author Grace Shim. Moderated by Stephan Lee.         Children's Story Time: February 26th- Two Refugees and a Dream read by Author Leslie Nguyen March 12th- When Lola Comes to Visit read by Author Michelle Sterling     Local Writer Spotlight: March 5th- The Second List selection read by Author Max Bridges      

  • Our New Book Club Corner

    · By Sam Robertson

    Change is inevitable… and we are constantly updating our shop! The latest addition is our Book Club Corner, where you can keep track of our book clubs and see their reading picks—past and present. Meeting dates are included for the clubs accepting new members.  Some of our latest book clubs are: The Movies n’ Books Club reading Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan The Manifest Book Circle reading Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski & F*ck Like A Goddess by Alexandra Roxo The Nonfiction Book Club reading The Book of Hope by Jane Goodall The Arvida First Editions Book...

  • October is The New December

    · By Sam Robertson

    Find the perfect gift early this holiday season. Pandemic supply chain disruptions continue with labor shortages in publisher warehouses, printing capacity limitations, shipping delays, and a host of other issues. All of which means potential out-of-stock books and order delays. Shop early and shop local--in person or online--then sit back and relax with a good book (or two) for the holidays.

  • New Book Clubs Meeting in October

    · By Sam Robertson

    We love our book clubs! Thank you to everyone that shares our space for their bookclubs- it is what we are here for. Reach out to us if you would like to have your book club meet on our patio, we would love to host! We have two new book clubs meeting this month: The Manifest Book Circle:  The first meeting of Manifest Book Circle is happening! Join them on Sunday October 3rd at 9:30am on the patio. From their IG: “There is nothing to bring or have prepared for this first meeting other than your curious souls ☺️” Sign up...

  • October Old Town Tustin Events

    · By Sam Robertson

    Tustin Tiller Days: October 1, 2, and 3, 2021 ~This annual event is free to the public. Unlimited ride wristbands, individual ride tickets, food, beer, and wine are sold separately. https://www.tustinca.org/637/Tustin-Tiller-Days Tustin Art Walk: Saturday October 16th, 2021 11:00 AM-5:00 PM Every year artists gather to display and sell their work in Old Town Tustin at the Art Walk and Craft Crawl. This year the event will include Live Music, Wine and Beer Tasting areas, kids craft village hosted but the Tustin Library, plein air contest, and more.  https://www.tustinca.org/830/Art-Walk

  • October Writer Events

    · By Sam Robertson

    Write-In: Hosted by the OC Writers Every Tuesday 10-12    Tustin Screenwriters Workshop: Every Saturday 9-10am starting Oct 2nd Learn a foundational screenwriting exercise that covers fundamentals of formatting and structure in 3 pages, 2 characters and 1 location taught by MFA screenwriter Nizar Ajanovic. Appropriate for all ages. First class is free.   Children's Story Time: Local children’s author Alexandra Katona reads her book Dinner on Domingos Saturday October 23rd 10.30AM “This magical home turns a normal Sunday into domingo: the best day of the week.” Warm memories wash over a first-generation Latinx American girl as she experiences a typical Sunday...