Does your retirement town have a good bookstore?
Madison, CT. November 28 A town without a good bookstore is like a poet without a soul. At least that s what a lot of baby boomers are saying as they begin the search for the best place to retire. For them, the quality of the town s bookstore is a crucial selection criterion. If a community doesn t have a good bookstore, it won t even make the to be considered lists.
Topretirements.com has just published a feature, Judging a Retirement Town by Its Bookstore . This article will help boomers find a place to retire that meets the requirement to have a vital bookstore one that has an interesting selection, caters to customers needs, and has frequent readings and author events.
The most interesting aspect of this feature is the reviews by leading authors that showcase each bookstore and its town. Best selling authors Margaret Maron, Hank Phillippi Ryan, and Nancy Pickard are just 3 of the authors that review these bookstores. More than 30 towns and bookstores from all over the country are highlighted, and readers are invited to suggest the ones they might have overlooked in the Comments section.
View the free article here - Judging a Retirement Town by Its Bookstore .
This website has independent reviews of the best retirement towns and communities in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Find our llist of community reviews. Besides photos and maps, the site offers a free weekly retirement community newsletterwith inside information about the best retirement communities.
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