WHO ARE WE?
We are Cincinnati’s first member only bookstore.
We buy and sell gently used hardback and paperback books in every genre. Whether you are searching for a mystery, horror, romance, science fiction, cooking, gardening, health, sports, classic, poetry, western, or first edition, we offer an extensive collection which will appeal to every age and interest.
Why member only? As an independent and locally-owned bookstore, we’re here to create community, a center for those who love reading and socializing with other literature lovers in relaxed surroundings. Whether you pop in to just browse, hang out, enjoy a great cup of coffee or tea while reading a novel, or use our Wi-Fi, we provide a comfortable haven to relax and enjoy literature.
In today’s busy, fully-connected World, we need a break to reflect & refresh. Members can relax anytime during our business hours, talk with our knowledgable staff, sell/buy used books/CDs, and help yourself to our coffee, tea, & cocoa bar.
And Members can host or attend special events at the bookstore ANYTIME outside public hours, such as book clubs, group meetings, community events, guest speakers, or use our meeting area as a place to incubate your new businesses.
WHERE ARE WE LOCATED?
Book Blvd is now part of Second Story. We are a small business incubator that provides space, coaching & startup expertise to small businesses specializing in connecting Babyboomer assets with Millennial (and younger) consumers.
Current incubators also include:
Cincyclean – Cincinnati & NKY residential, easy, flat-rate cleaning
A Better Rental @ Lake Cumberland –whole-home vacation rentals
H2 Consulting – Business, Operations, & Project Consultants
Newest startup/partner is dicksmodern – local mid-century modern furniture.
502 Wyoming Avenue, Apt 2, Wyoming, OH 45219 email@example.com | (513) 644-2146
WHEN ARE WE OPEN?
Thursdays & Fridays (10a-5p) & Saturdays (10a – 3p).
WHAT HAPPENED TO LOCAL BOOKSTORES?
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WHY NOT E-READ?
A recent study indicates having books in a child’s home is more important than previously thought….see USA Today article: