A few years ago I began a bookselling venture at the end of my internship.
I decided to do this because I knew there were a lot of books that I loved reading, and I wanted to give them to people.
Books are my most cherished possession and I would never want to lose them.
I have never been more proud to work in an office that is a place of love, laughter and friendship.
I started my bookshop in early February this year and have been working every day since, selling books at every bookshop on the corner, at the local bookshop, at bookshops around town, and on my own blog.
Since I started I have sold around 100 books.
I also work on the book club and have book fairs where people can come together and talk about their favourite books, and at the same time share a book.
I am proud to have been a part of this community, and in return, I want to thank everyone who has helped me and who has supported me.
I want everyone to know that books are my life and my passion, and that they are important to me.
Books can be a life-long hobby, and we all have to choose how we spend our time, or even more importantly, what we don’t spend our money on.
It’s important to be clear about what books you don’t buy, and what books are important for you.
I’m not trying to say that you can’t enjoy reading anything, or that you should only read certain books, but if you’re thinking about buying a book or buying a collection of books, then you should be clear that you don,t have to buy everything that’s on offer.
That’s what I’m trying to encourage, and also, I’m encouraging you to share books with your friends and family, and encourage them to do the same.
I hope you find the time to enjoy your reading, because there are a lot out there, and there’s a lot more out there than you could ever hope to find.
Read more about bookselling in the US.