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Independent booksellers and shout-outs

I hope that I never get to a point in my writing and photography life where I no longer get excited to have my book show up on an indie bookseller’s shelf. This photo comes from my friend (and fellow writer) Michael J. Seidlinger who was visiting Powell’s in Portland, OR when he took this photo.

While I’m at it, I want to mention how lucky we are here in Columbus, OH that publisher (and friends) Two Dollar Radio will be opening their headquarters / bookshop + bar here in Old Town East. For ongoing information on that, check out: https://twodollarradio.com/

Finally, while I want you to pick up my work wherever or however you are able (including the links on this website), but if you’re fortunate enough to have a local bookseller you can support please buy it there, or ask them to order it up if they don’t have it in stock. If you’re in Ohio, a few places you can find copies include:

http://www.bookspacecolumbus.com/

http://www.bookloft.com/

https://www.gramercybooksbexley.com/

Review – Bookspace Online

While I’m certain it hurts the credibility of the review when I lay it out like this, but my friend and fellow writer Charlie has launched his online version of his pop-up shop Bookspace which includes a fantastic review of my book, If Only The Names Were Changed.

Assuming you have some similar interests as I do, you will definitely want to check out his collection and purchase a few things for your TBR pile. I love how he’s broken down the categories and the books he carries. I also really appreciate that he makes it easy to select a local pick up option that saves Columbusites like myself paying shipping.

Anyhow, back to some kind words about my work from Charlie –

“Columbus-based writer Andrew Miller presents a scathing critique of his own life, examining everywhere he went wrong and how he got there, leaving no stone unturned. Addiction, abuse, death, heartbreak—like Hemingway said, one can easily imagine Miller sitting down to write, and simply bleeding.”

Read the full review and pick up a copy from Bookspace by clicking here.