Update Announcements

by Craig Stark

#112, 21 January 2008

A lengthy newsletter today, so that can only mean one thing: I keep it short here.

Ephemera Editor Michele Behan returns today with Part III of her series on literary ephemera. The topic today is bookmarks, and if you don't yet know that many of them are collectible, this is as good a time as any to learn - and learn why. Knowledge is power, and power produces profits.

Also, resident curmudgeon, Professor Booknoodle, returns as well - or, rather, returns us to another century to share in a tale of an intriguing book. Look for plenty of twists, turns and harrumphs along the way!

Finally, in addition to the eBay ads for bookselling resources, tools, etc., now appearing on BookThink, we'll soon be adding pertinent book offerings from Amazon and Abebooks. This project will soon produce a comprehensive compilation of the best out there. We'll also make a point of including items that pertain to current newsletter topics. Example, Michele cites The Encyclopedia of Ephemera in her article today, and a copy of it is presently featured on BookThink. Many thanks to those of you who have supported this new feature and offered feedback. If you do much shopping on eBay, we would appreciate you using BookThink as a gateway; your eBay activity directed from BookThink will help support our efforts whether you purchase books we do or don't feature.

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