Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Death of Borders

I stopped at Borders one last time Saturday afternoon. I wanted to cry. Losing our Logan Borders is a tragedy for everyone who loves books. In our little valley Borders was the largest bookstore and the most friendly to authors and readers. They worked hard to promote local authors and I never met a staff member who wasn't willing to help with a smile. My niece, Mykelle, promised me she'd opened a bookstore like Borders when she grew up. Oh, I love that girl. Have you ever had a store that you love have to close its doors?

2 comments:

  1. Yes! I hate it when bookstores have to close. I went to a bookstore in Bountiful and found that it was closed--but luckily relocated.

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  2. It is so sad. I keep hoping B&N will take over the spot, but I doubt it's going to happen.

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