SMALL MENTIONS ARE ALWAYS NICE
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Chartwell Booksellers was cited this week, to our pleasant surprise, in a lengthy and quite substantive Wall Street Journal article about one independent bookstore’s “success stoy” in Atlanta (A Capella Books), affirming “the surprising survival of the independent bookstore industry” as a whole.
“Most successful longtime bookstores have their own distinctive flavor,” the story notes. Our longevity (and our specialty, Winston Churchill, if you didn’t know) were then mentioned, because we, too, have survived.
The full story can be read HERE.
The International Churchill Society’s monthly online Churchill Bulletin is now running a column derived from Churchill Style, our proprietor Barry Singer’s book on “The Art of Being Winston Churchill.” You can read the most recent column, all about Winston Churchill’s Siren Suit: HERE.